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Oberlin College was found guilty in a civil suit against a local bakery for encouraging a student protest that alleged racism against the bakery without any sort of evidence. We discuss why this was such an important victory, and how it’s an example of real defamation. Also, the Erika Murray murder trial began and we discuss the insanity of some of the details that have emerged. And can we take a minute to appreciate how awesome Game 7 will be tomorrow night? Who should wave the flag?
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