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From the August 12 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor:

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O'REILLY: Do we as a society -- what do we do? Do we weigh in as the boy's father -- and if it were my son, I probably would have said same thing, but he's obviously talking through an emotional prism. His son is dead. He believes, probably -- I know he believes -- that it was an injustice, that it was done for nothing, it was a murder. And many, many African Americans believe that without knowing the facts. Do we criticize them, or do we remain silent? 

Previously:

Fox News' Rod Wheeler: Protestors In Missouri "Are The Same People That Voted For Obama"

Bill O'Reilly's Attacks On Black Culture

O'Reilly: "Trayvon Martin Died" Because He Looked "How Gangstas Look"

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