But his assault conviction was accompanied by another, for contempt for court. That stemmed from a series of attacks he committed two years earlier, chasing and hurling rocks and racial epithets at African-American school children. A court prohibited him from assaulting, threatening, or intimidating anyone because of race or national origin; the 1988 investigation found him in violation of the order, meaning the court believed race did play a role in the attacks on Lam and Trinh.Should Mark Wahlberg Be Pardoned for 1988 Assault? - NBC News.com
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Should Mark Wahlberg Be Pardoned for 1988 Assault? - NBC News.com
Asian Americans respond to Mark Wahlberg's application for pardon and 1988 court documents say race did have something to do with it. My article for NBC News Asian America.