>>110913592>Not only have you provided a source that proved that there was less than 100 people died in the riot but to also add more on that:
Hmm, for starters, I never made a claim as to how many people died. >The Oklahoma Department of Vital Statistics count put the number of deaths at 36 (26 black and 10 white).
Newspapers written at the time state that at least 75 people died in the Tulsa race riot. Pic related>an uppity negro if I've ever seen one
Dude, you stated an opinion that’s not supported by anything beyond your shitty viewpoints. So it’s your uninformed opinion. Nothing more.
Also, if you think I’m uppity, that says more about your personal insecurities and feelings if inferiority than anything. >It ain't a logical fallacy at all when examples have been extensively in court preceding relying on negro """witnesses"""
Well look, if the witnesses in those cases were unreliable, then it would still be a fucking logical fallacy because you’re tendering anecdotal events and applying them to millions of people.
However, iirc, in the Darren Wilson shooting, only one witness outright lied as she wasn’t even present to witness the events that she testified to. That witness was a white woman. The other witnesses testified to what they perceived. Have you ever heard of the Rashomon effect at all?
In the case with George Zimmerman, I don’t recall any of the black witnesses actually lying about anything. There was the friend that trayvon was on the phone with. She didn’t lie about anything as far as I can tell but people clearly had difficulty understanding what she said and misinterpreted her statements.