Reaction to Eroy Brown’s parole from anonymous TDCJ officials

The reaction from some members of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice to Eroy Brown’s parole has been disappointingly racist and juvenile.

Some of the postings are written in black dialect. There is name calling. But the brave writers are anonymous.

None of the writers seems aware that Brown was sent to federal prison because of a civil rights suit filed on his behalf and that of inmates who testified in his trial that their lives were in danger in Texas prisons.

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