An anonymous response to NCCU's "Campus Echo" Responds to Exoneration of Hoax Victims With Call to Arms merits more attention than it would find in the comments section.
I am a NCCU student and I absolutely do not agree with Mr. Burnette's article. I feel his frustrations are misplaced and are not expressed constructively. There is and has been a frustration with the unfairness in America's justice system of not just Americans of African descent but other minorities, poor Americans of European descent, and decent people period. This is a fact. A fact that has been true long before the "Duke 3".
This frustration was further exacerbated by the overwhelming outrage by a very vocal and well funded segment of America. A segment that has never raised a voiced concerning the many injustices many Americans have been dealing with for years. And since the case has been dropped this same segment has not uttered a peep about the unfairness others in America are continuing to face.
Mr. Burnette's call to "get whitey" was wrong and destructive. I feel that Mr. Burnette should have rather gave voice to the afore mentioned frustrations many Americans feel.
In doing so I believe that the good people who were outraged over the Duke case will be even more outraged to find out that such cases have and still occur to many American not only in Durham but all over America everyday. Such good people will not only seek justice for three Americans but for all Americans.