Ice-T & Time Warner Case

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Clifton Smith Business Ethics
Nov. 1, 2012 Ice-T and Time Warner Case

Amendment I

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Ice T 's Introduction: "This next record is dedicated to some personal friends of mine, the LAPD. For every cop that has ever taken advantage of somebody, beat 'em down or hurt 'em, because they got long hair, listen to the wrong kinda music, wrong color, whatever they thought was the reason to do it. For every one of those f**kin ' police, I 'd like to take a pig out here in this parkin ' lot and shoot 'em in their mothaf**kin ' face."

Ice-T’s Cop Killer!:

Yeah!
I got my black shirt on
I got my black gloves on
I got my ski mask on
This s**t 's been too long
I got my twelve gauge sawed off
I got my headlights turned off
I 'm 'bout to bust some shots off
I 'm 'bout to dust some cops off

I 'm a...
COP KILLER, better you than me
COP KILLER, f**k police brutality!
COP KILLER, I know your family 's grievin ' ... F**K 'EM!
COP KILLER, but tonight we get even

I got my brain on hype
Tonight 'll be your night
I got this long-a**ed knife and your neck looks just right
My adrenaline 's pumpin '
I got my stereo bumpin '
I 'm 'bout to kill me somethin '
A pig stopped me for nuthin '!

COP KILLER, it 's better you than me
COP KILLER, f**k police brutality!
COP KILLER, I know your family 's grievin ' ... F**K 'EM!
COP KILLER, but tonight we get even

DIE, DIE, DIE, PIG, DIE!
F**K THE POLICE!

COP KILLER, it 's better you than me
COP KILLER, f**k police brutality!
COP KILLER, I know your family 's grievin ' ... F**K 'EM!
COP KILLER, but tonight we get even

F**K THE POLICE!
F**K THE POLICE, for Daryl

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