|jangbones - 2012-05-21 |
"In the film (Honest Man: The Life of R. Budd Dwyer, a full-length feature documentary about Dwyer), William Smith, the man whose testimony led to the conviction of Dwyer, stated that he had lied under oath in order to get a better sentencing for himself, thus revealing the accusations against Dwyer to be false, hence the film's title."
|decoy - 2012-05-21 |
there's such a thing as too hard core
|FreeOJ - 2012-05-21 |
Quite the dramatic exit
|13.5 - 2012-05-21 |
Hey Man Nice Speech
Kind of hastily delivered though, he seems nervous about something
As a PD, I've always found this trope kind of annoying, from the middle class clients I get. "I always thought that justice in America was fair, and that sentences weren't ridiculously long, and that no one innocent went to jail, but now I've learned that's just not true!"
Correction pal: You always thought the cops would never hassle _you_, and you never bothered to learn anything about it beyond nodding with approval whenever some monster got handed down a mammoth sentence
|Blue - 2012-05-22 |
Legalized murder on behalf of the state was okay with this guy. He belonged in prison for the rest of his life for those votes.
Also, am I the only person creeped out by the fact that people that perform executions don't have to register like sex offenders? These are dangerous sociopaths and we have the right to know if they are living in our communities.
Unmerciful Crushing Force
Do soldiers creep you out too? Aren't they just little sociopaths wanting to kill and rape everything in their path?
|Hay Belly - 2012-05-27 |
Clearly you don't have to drive on the same road as them UCF or else you'd quickly change your mind and want them all dead. Because they are just that if you are obeying the law.
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