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delicatessen - 2011-05-26

When you want something done right...

Magical Man from Happy-Land - 2011-05-26


Burnov - 2011-05-26

If you're going to do something like that, do it right.

Don't fuck around punching the guy, pen to the fucking eye.

Leave them with something to think about in jail.

CJH - 2011-05-26

yeah, vigilante justice rocks! especially in cases where the charges were later dropped!

PlushJake - 2011-05-26

May it be a lesson.

spikestoyiu - 2011-05-26

They had believed, at the time, that he had murdered a woman and her three children. Shocking that they would get so worked up about it!

CJH - 2011-05-26

i'm more concerned with people who have no emotional connection to the crime watching this and indulging violent revenge fantasies.

Xiphias - 2011-05-26

Man I wish they had stabbed that guy who wasn't even convicted of a crime. That would be so hot.

Rape Van Winkle - 2011-05-26

Last shot. He doesn't seem very affected by any of this.

Burnov - 2011-05-26

Dropped charges doesn't have anything to do with guilt or innocence in the western justice system, come on you should know better than that.

I was also speaking subjectively, that is to say, from the position of the aggrieved. if I were that person, I wouldn't waste my time getting arrested punching somebody I had a strong conviction committed such an act that would be the cause of such strongly felt aggrievement.

The simple fact of the matter is people who are criminal filth no matter who they are can and do walk free on technicalities with a disconcerting frequency in north america.

In b4 strawmen such as: "Yer a redneck that wants the death penality for people who are innocent, to protect FREEDUM".


What I'm saying is that people rarely get that upset without good cause, barring any glaring perceptive biases somebody may possess its a fairly universal trait for people to react that way when they're faced with strong evidence of wrongdoing.

But that's just me, the north american legal system exists only to keep the sheep in line, and it's only the cowardly sheep that desire protection are willing to allow crimes go unpunished for the "greater good".

misterbuns - 2011-05-27


Jet Bin Fever - 2011-05-27

You should check out ITT's classes in Criminal Justice. You'll fit right in with all your strong opinions.

Oh and...
"What I'm saying is that people rarely get that upset without good cause, (etc)"
I'm not a cynic... but if you actually believe that, you don't have a very good understanding of human behavior.

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