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Robert Kujawa: Rachel Dolezal and Cooking Rules

robert kujawa: Andrew Vaughan / THE CANADIAN PRESS FILE PHOTO Prosecutors said Kujawa hung Confederate flags in the windows of his Bethlehem Township home, but only those facing the Black family's residence, and used a racial slur against the woman and her son when they were in the backyard, according to Toronto Star. Kujawa's lawyer denied his client, who is white, used the slur. Robert Kujawa will serve time in prison after being convicted of ethnic intimidation. Read more Rachel Dolezal, woman who posed as Black, charged with welfare fraud Article Continued Below Black and female chefs break all the cooking rules and win James Beard Awards in U.S. Britain's black community watching Meghan Markle's impact on royals Family members said the man used a pellet gun to shoot out their outdoor lights and damage their furniture. Over the course of many years, Mr. Judge Jennifer Sletvold noted that Kujawa was convicted of harassment of the family in 2015 and the following year admitted to reckless endangerment. ( As reported in the news.