Gut Rumbles

June 04, 2005


Yep. We've sure enough got justice in this country. The bastard beat a girl to death with a hammer and he walks because of a "compassionate" jury. Fuck me.

You do you know what's REALLY ironic here? We hand out stiffer sentences for habitual drunk drivers, even if they HAVEN'T killed anybody.


There is NO justice in a system that lets these fuckers out on a technicality.

Posted by: Chablis on June 4, 2005 12:04 PM

What a gross miscarriage of "justice"! The Bastard should have fried!

Posted by: Wendi on June 4, 2005 12:08 PM

Likely, the lawyer that got him out was on the county payroll.

Why have a statute of limitations on killing someone?

That is the sort of thing that lawyers dream up.

Posted by: joel on June 4, 2005 12:18 PM

I say we go after HIM with a hammer. Oh, how I loathe lawyers.....

Posted by: Alli on June 4, 2005 05:07 PM

Meanwhile, a N.C. man was just released from prison after serving 35 years for stealing a television. While he did have a record, it was the theft conviction for which he was sentenced.

I suppose the murderer must have had a clean history.

Posted by: jmflynny on June 4, 2005 08:41 PM

Given that the statute of limitations applied to the manslaughter charge, how can they allow a charge to be introduced that he can't be charged for?

To make it worse, double jeopardy keeps him from facing trial again for murder. Would a civil rights charge float? I know that avenue has been used in the past.

This sucks!

Posted by: StinKerr on June 5, 2005 01:28 AM

Well fuck me, we've gone to the daiperoids.

Posted by: JG22 on June 5, 2005 02:44 AM

If we dumped the 85% of our laws that are unconstitutional, we might have enough room in the prisons for ciminals.

A bonus would be that law enforcement would regain the respect it has lost by putting most of its effort into enforcing that 85%. Why have they? Because those lawbreakers are no threat to them.

Posted by: Brett on June 5, 2005 03:06 PM
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