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Justice overcomes the idiotic

By his own testimony, John Ditullio is a hateful neo-Nazi who despised his next-door neighbors in New Port Richey, Fla. — a white woman with an African-American friend and a son who was openly gay.
But when the son was murdered and the mother attacked in 2006, Ditullio denied involvement.
And though he earned a hung jury in his first trial, his retrial was scheduled for November 2010.
For each day of the trial, a makeup artist was hired — paid for by the government at $135 a day — to cover up Ditullio’s swastika neck tattoo and crude-phrase cheek tattoo so ...

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