University of Oklahoma president David Boren’s immediate expulsion of students involved with a recently-leaked racist video stands in sharp contrast to the lighter treatment the school has given to football players found responsible for violent crimes.
“There is zero tolerance for this kind of threatening racist behavior at the University of Oklahoma,” Boren said.
However, while Boren might have zero tolerance for racist songs sung in private, Boren and OU have taken a very different approach to the privileged members of the school’s elite college football team, emphasizing the importance of second chances and allowing the team to welcome back players with a history of violence and even sexual assault.
One such player was Joe Mixon, a freshman and one of the top football prospects for the Sooners. Last July, Mixon was caught on video in an altercation with another OU student, 20-year-old junior . During the altercation, Mixon punched Molitor so hard he broke four bones in her face and knocked her unconscious.
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Family of Racist Oklahoma Frat Boy Flee Their Home After Death Threats as Protesters Rally in Their Exclusive Dallas Community
Dozens of angry protesters have descended on the wealthy Dallas neighborhood where racist Oklahoma frat boy Parker Rice lives–hoping to shame his parents for their son’s participation in the horrific racist chant that shocked the nation.
Rice, a former Sigma Alpha Epsilon brother at University of Oklahoma, and his parents Bob and Jan say they have been forced to flee their $650,000 home in the elite suburb of Preston Hollow–home to the likes of George W. Bush, Mark Cuban and Ross Perot.
Neighbors looked on in dismay as about two dozen protesters marched up the street on Wednesday night, shouting, ‘racism is taught’ and ‘Teach your kids another way. No modern-day KKK.’