Mark Char, was convicted of attempted murder and assault after a 2016 road rage incident.
A Hawaiian man showed up in court in blackface because he says he was “being treated like a black man.”
Mark Char, was convicted of attempted murder and assault after a 2016 road rage incident where Char stabbed three people, one over five times.
Char says he acted in self-defense, however since he’s been incarcerated Char has been hostile to his legal team and Judge Todd Eddins.
Although it’s unclear how Char got a marker to color his face, he was instructed to wash his face, he refused and the judge sentenced him to life with the possibility of parole for the attempted murder conviction.
Mark Char, who was convicted of a violent road rage attack earlier this year, dressed in blackface during a sentencing hearing Monday. The opposite picture was taken earlier this year. https://t.co/I7mu2zRa7w pic.twitter.com/gtQsAv9Sly— Hawaii News Now (@HawaiiNewsNow) July 2, 2019