The most striking thing about Foster v. Chatman isn't the very strong evidence of race discrimination that brought this death penalty case to the Supreme Court -- it is the almost comic levels of incompetence by the prosecution that enabled this race discrimination to be discovered.
"It's almost as if some people enjoy being a victim," the Alabama lawmaker said. "They want somebody else to do everything for them. That's a miserable way to live. You're going to be miserable and you're going to bring misery to everyone around you."