Stein was discussing the shooting with host Steve Malzberg and said the use of the term "unarmed" to describe Brown, who was "apparently on marijuana," was akin to "calling Sonny Liston unarmed or Cassius Clay unarmed."
"He wasn't unarmed," Stein said. "He was armed with his incredibly strong, scary self."
Later, when discussing Attorney General Eric Holder, Stein made a guttural noise and said Holder wasn't concerned about there being a fair trial, aiming instead for a "lynching jury."
"It's a very sad state of affairs," Stein said. "I mean it used to be, there was a time … when lynchings of African Americans were not that incredibly rare. Now the lynchings are the police and it's just an outrage."
Stein finished by claiming that in Brown's case, as well as Trayvon Martin's, "it's the very large, so-called victim attacking the policeman who winds up dead."
"I mean if they didn't just, would not attack the policeman, if they would just talk to the policeman in a reasonable way instead of attacking the policeman, nobody would be dead," Stein said.
In fact, Martin was shot by a neighborhood watch coordinator, George Zimmerman, not a policeman.
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