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I know it this was once one big ethical issue on racism. But I want to bring attention the ethical issue that the judge had to face to the public of doing what was right rather than what was popular. Still a decision hasn't been made of what was morally right and justice, but no matter racial beliefs. Its an current ethical issue of the interpretation of law that a judge has to sustain rather than what the public wants. Is it morally right to have him sentenced based off an angry public?