n.— «Last week, the state agency that polices judicial conduct found that when Greene uttered the acronym “NHI” (short for “no humans involved”) he had no intention of making a racial epithet, nor did he think it would be perceived as such, according to Greene’s attorney, Dale Sanders.…Greene, 51, used the “NHI” term in April after jurors acquitted a defendant of attempted murder. The victim, defendant and witnesses were all black.» —“State agency clears Broward Circuit Judge Greene of uttering racial epithet” by Tonya Alanez South Florida Sun-Sentinal July 3, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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