A convicted road-rager in Hawaii wore blackface to his sentencing on Monday to protest how he says he's been treated by the legal system. “This kangaroo court has given me a life sentence for me trying to protect and defend myself against the attack from three guys; in essence, treating me like a black man,” Mark Char said in an Oahu courtroom after he was found guilty in March of three counts of attempted murder. "So today I'm going to be a black man." Char received a life sentence with the possibility of parole after he stabbed three people in 2016 in an apparent road rage-induced attack. Meanwhile, deputy prosecutor Kyle Dowd told The Washington Post that Char's protest was “just bizarre."