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Donald Sterling ‘I Wish I had Paid Her Off’ (Like He Did The DOJ & NAACP)?

Donald Sterling ‘I Wish I had Paid Her Off’ (Like He Did The DOJ & NAACP)?

May 2, 2014SAN ANTONIO, TX - MAY 19:  (2nd L) Team owner Donald Sterling of the Los Angeles Clippers watches the San Antonio Spurs play against the Memphis Grizzlies during Game One of the Western Conference Finals of the 2013 NBA Playoffs at AT&T Center on May 19, 2013 in San Antonio, Texas.  NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Donald Sterling

The need to identify and remove those who employ The Sociopathic Business Model™ before it’s encouraged, replicated and rewarded like in the Case Study of  Donald Sterling, the soon to be former owner of the LA Clippers recorded making racist statements can also show this could have been prevented.

The U.S. Department of Justice (The DOJ) sued Sterling in 2003 for his refusal to rent apartments to black people and families with children. Sterling paid over $2.2 million to settle the case and avoid heading to a trial.  This case is just as disgusting as his recorded conversations but unlike the NBA case this one DID NOT PLAY OUT IN THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION.  

We’re learned previously if an employer is willing to overlook the EEOC rights of employees they are more likely to engage in far greater illegal activity.  So, if an employer is going to discriminate on race or sex, they’ll likely retaliate to cover up those crimes and more.

We’ve also previously learned that when the FBI (part of The DOJ) investigates these crimes their goal isn’t in preventing crimes:

The goal here isn’t so much to prevent a financial crime from occurring but to make investigations more productive,” says Mark Hilts, head of the FBI’s BAU-2, the eight-member group that is overseeing the white collar offender project.

Had Mr. Sterling’s case in 2003 gone to a jury trial and it played out nightly in the media as his NBA recordings had, he would have been made to sell the team much sooner.  Forced accountability where the exposure of the fact could possibly damage the image is the only way to create change.  However forced accountability that lined the government’s pockets did nothing to create positive change as there was nothing in place for future prevention and damage to Mr. Sterling’s image were mitigated. 

The DOJ, the former NBA Commissioner, the NAACP who received money from Mr. Sterling despite his known racism, his alleged girlfriend who recorded his conversations and many others were complicit accomplices with his unethical and illegal behavior.  We’ve also mentioned all accomplices eventually become victims.

And to confirm this assertion Donald Sterling’s business model does not recognize the rights of others, is manipulative, lacks remorse, shame, guilt or accountability and this quote supports that evidence :

“I wish I had just paid her off,” the 80-year-old told Jason Binn of DuJour about his “archivist”/alleged girlfriend V. Stiviano. Apparently the $1.8 million apartment, four luxury vehicles, and hundreds of thousands of dollars he gifted her, according to his wife, weren’t enough. (Stiviano has denied leaking the tape of the whiny and bigoted rant.)

As long as everyone including The DOJ and The NAACP were paid off his illegal and unethical behavior was encouraged, replicated and rewarded.  The alleged girlfriend’s biting of the alleged hand that fed her exposed more than just Mr. Sterling’s bad behavior.

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