And even though the Times alludes to the fact the whole incident was possibly made up, à la Madonna Constantine's noose-on-the-doorknob at Colombia University incident a few years back, they still give the bulging bovine eyeballs of Tifany Macintosh the benefit of the doubt (bulging eyeballs in that, that's how the NYT wants you to visualize Macintosh's reaction, when she listened to the allegedly racist voice message on her sail phone).
Blacks know that they can rely on Disingenuous White Liberals (DWLs) to come running to their defense no matter how petty the alleged grievance, as long as charges of white racism can be levied.
From the article "Hair Stylist's Racial Slurs Could Cost Her 22,500$":
For your further amusement, some actual excerpts from the Commission on Human Rights complaint (which you can view in its entirety here) :
They put this in writing, with a straight face.
Methinks ole' Tifany was not fasting as a result of the voice message. If anything, her appetite was probably whetted by the thought of all those dollahs whitey was gonna have to pay her.
The New York Times: Representative of the Depths to Which We Have Fallen As A Civilization