H/T Lew Rockwell
The Good Samaritan rule from Derb’s The Talk: Nonblack Version generated the most controversy.
Personally, I have observed this rule on numerous occasions. Just the other day, I refused to stop to provide roadside assistance to a stranded and suspicious looking African-American motorist.
Fully conscious that my actions were “racist,” I merrily went about my evening. This woman was not so fortunate:
“The woman claims she saw a person “slumped” over the wheel. Police say she rolled her window down to ask if the person needed help. Suddenly, police say, the driver of the second vehicle that remained behind her approached her with a stocking covering his face and a knife in his hand. The suspect allegedly demanded money and jewelry. Police say the suspect cut the woman on her arm and ripped her earrings from her body. Both vehicles then fled South on Old Port Republic Road back towards US Route 9.”