Cleveland Browns Spotlight: Scott “The Asian Assassin” Fujita

April 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

On and off the field, Scott Fujita is a man who has never been afraid to stand up and be accounted for.
Unwanted from an early age, Fujita has had to fight his way through life and has learned the valuable lessons that most men never will.

The son of an un-wed teenage mother, Scott found himself in an orphanage as a baby, before being adopted into a Japanese-American family.
His adopted father, Rod, came from humble beginnings.
Being born into a Japanese Internment Camp during the outbreak of World War II helped Rod mold Scott into the man he has come to be today, while still running a household that stressed honor and respect.

Being an orphan, Fujita has taken a strong stance on pro-gay human rights, arguing in part because of laws limiting gay adoption. "What the laws are really saying is that the concern with one's sexual orientation or one's sexual preference outweighs what's really important, and that's finding safe homes for children," he said, "It'...

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