In light of today’s big New York Times investigation into the Jameis Winston case and all the police delays and missteps that came with it, former FSU player and Rhodes Scholar Myron Rolle had some, uh, interesting words to say.
They can’t kill Jameis like they did Emmett, but they’ll do their best to slander him. Stay strong, J5.
— Myron Rolle (@MyronRolle) April 16, 2014
Emmett Till was a kid who was brutally murdered by Mississippi racists in 1955, sparking the Civil Rights era in the U.S. He was not, needless to say, a future No. 1 draft pick with a solid legal system behind his back.
So yeah, SCORCHING hot take there from Myron. Burn-your-hand kinda take.
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