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Actor Mark Wahlberg’s application seeking a pardon for a past attack is being met with doubt by some Asian Us americans, cautious with their inspiration and wondering why he’s got never really apologized.
Court papers suggest that in Boston, on April 8, 1988, Wahlberg attacked two Vietnamese-American males, knocking one man — Thanh Lam — unconscious having a five-foot-long wood stick, and punching another — Hoa Trinh.
Detectives noted Wahlberg made a few unsolicited racial statements about “g–ks” and “slant-eyed g–ks” at that time. He had been arrested, faced with tried murder, convicted of attack, and served 45 times in jail. Weiterlesen