The image above is that of Merlin Santana, a former child actor known for his roles as Stanley on "The Cosby Show" and as Romeo Santana on "The Steve Harvey Show". Santana was murdered on Nov. 9, 2002. One those convicted in his murder was a 15 year old old African American girl named Monique King. This case is discussed here:
"Santana, co-star of television’s "Steve Harvey Show," was shot in the head and killed as he and a friend were in a car leaving another man’s home in the Crenshaw District of Los Angeles on Nov. 9, 2002.
Fidler noted that evidence at King’s trial showed the young woman went to co-defendants Damien Andre Gates, 21, and Brandon Douglas Bynes, 25, and lied to them, saying Santana attempted to rape her. Testimony indicated that the defendant’s story "threw Mr. Gates into a fury for whatever reason," the judge said. Gates armed himself with a handgun and rifle, and with Bynes and King, went to find Santana and the victim’s friend.
The judge determined that King aided and abetted the crimes, noting that she knew there was going to be a shooting and she got behind the wheel and drove the other defendants to safety after Santana was killed."
So basically what we have here is a case whereas two black men, in the most extreme fashion, defended the honor of not only a black female, but a black female minor. The result of this was the death of an innocent promising actor and the incarceration of two black men and the young woman herself. And all of this over a LIE. Next...
The image above shows Quintin Wiggins, former vice president of finance at Texas Southern University. His circumstances are discussed here:
Prosecutors said Wiggins helped hide a nearly $300,000 spending spree by the university's now-former president, Priscilla Slade.
So basically, we have a black man who supported and protected a black woman while she spent university money on herself. The result was him going to jail for 10 years. Her trial ended in a hung jury with the chances of her going to trial again being slim. Thus she walks free. Lets look at more:
What we see here is a black woman who got offended that a white guy in line remarked about her attempt to cut the line at the pizza place. She goes on a tangent and calls for her thug/ex-con boyfriend to come in. What happens is quite simple. He comes in to DEFEND her honor (despite her behavior not deserving any defense) and beats the poor guy unconscious. Observe how Evia's brave and honorable white men simply watch the beating and give the poor guy no help. The end result is that the boyfriend gets 4 years for aggravated assault and the woman merely gets probation.
So basically we have three instances of black men defending/protecting/supporting black woman. The results are a dead innocent young actor, four men and one female serving prison time and a badly beaten innocent white man. What this goes to show is there is a fine line between defending black women and being black women's attack dogs. Black men are quite willing to defend and protect black women. Black women must not use such protection as a weapon.