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post #2071 of 6095
Yes,

#CorruptPoliticiansLivesMatter





post #2072 of 6095
He better turn out to be a pedophile after all those insinuations in that indictment.
post #2073 of 6095
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post

Yes,

#CorruptPoliticiansLivesMatter

You can't forget one of the most recent unmaskings:

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post #2074 of 6095
Yeah, this pretty boy might have a rough time in the pokey ( pun intended ).

Illinois seems to have a way with corruption that transcends experience, economics and race.

It's a damn good thing that our POTUS is such an honest man.
post #2075 of 6095
He's a statist pigfuck. He's getting exactly what's coming to him.
post #2076 of 6095
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Originally Posted by Harold falcon View Post

He's a statist pigfuck. He's getting exactly what's coming to him.

Do you defend midget convict rapists?

Supposedly they are the toughest of the toughest.

post #2077 of 6095
Nothing will happen to him. Guards, and the main white gang will get plenty of protection money. Even someone like John Gotti was paying the Aryan Brotherhood.
post #2078 of 6095
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post

Do you defend midget convict rapists?

Supposedly they are the toughest of the toughest.



The midget rapist was a regular sized person who raped a midget.
post #2079 of 6095
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Originally Posted by Harold falcon View Post

The midget rapist was a regular sized person who raped a midget.

Oh OK, but are you aware that midget on midget crime is a huge and growing problem, but nobody cares. Only when a white cop kills a black midget do other midgets care.

68% of midgets are born out of wedlock, without a male parental figure. Most midgets don't know if they are 100% midgets or are midgelattos.

Also, though midgets are .001% of the population, they are involved in .01% of violent crime. Same with incarcerations. And though midgets should logically get reduced sentences, they are sentenced harshly.

Have a Heart and Support #MidgetLivesMatter

https://twitter.com/hashtag/midgetlivesmatter
Edited by rnoldh - 5/30/15 at 12:17am
post #2080 of 6095
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Oh OK, but are you aware that midget on midget crime is a huge and growing problem

I see what you did there.
post #2081 of 6095
http://www.kentucky.com/2015/05/29/3874508_ignoring-court-order-police-in.html?rh=1
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Ignoring court order, police in Kentucky town put mentally ill man on bus to Florida
BY R.G. DUNLOP
Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting May 29, 2015

CARROLLTON — Adam Horine leaned on the courtroom podium, wept and begged.

He called himself "crazy" but insisted he could represent himself. He said he was dying and needed care.

The April 22 hearing before Carroll District Judge Elizabeth Chandler stood out from Horine's many other court appearances over the years for an array of mostly minor offenses.

In a rambling, sometimes confusing dialogue with the judge, Horine, 31, his voice cracking, said he loved Kentucky, but "they are trying to force me out."

Horine was absolutely right. Just hours later, he'd be embarking — alone — on a 900-mile, one-way bus trip to Florida, courtesy of the Carrollton Police Department.

"I should be in the hospital," Horine pleaded with the judge during the hearing. "I have mental illness, and I say things I shouldn't say. But I would never hurt anybody. I never have."

Chandler responded that Horine looked sick, according to a video of the hearing obtained by the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting. And she questioned his competence to enter a plea to misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and making verbal threats.

She ordered an immediate mental-health examination and transport to Eastern State Hospital in Lexington for a more thorough psychiatric assessment.

Within hours, a social worker's preliminary evaluation at the Carroll County jail determined Horine was hearing voices, felt suicidal, was not sleeping, had no medication and wanted to hurt "certain people."

The next step was Eastern State, where Horine could receive the treatment the social worker and the judge thought he urgently needed.

But Carrollton police had a very different plan for Horine. They wanted him out of town and out of the state. They wanted to rid themselves of this tormented petty criminal. They wanted to make him someone else's problem.

So, just hours after the hearing, a police officer, acting at the direction of police Chief Michael Willhoite, plucked Horine from jail. Officer Ron Dickow drove him 50 miles in a police cruiser to Louisville. Arriving at the Greyhound terminal downtown before dawn, Dickow bought Horine a one-way bus ticket to Florida with money provided by the chief.

Dickow forked over the change — about $18 — to Horine. Then he sent the emotionally troubled man on a 28-hour solitary bus ride to the Sunshine State's west coast.

The kicker?
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And in one more bizarre twist, the justice system that sent Horine to Florida had to charge him with a new crime to extradite him to Kentucky. The offense? Escape from jail, a felony.

TLDR: Judge orders mental health evaluation for a defendant, cops say "nah" and put him on a bus to Florida to get him out of town then charge him with escape from jail.
post #2082 of 6095
When the judge orders an examination like that, it's as a condition of continuing the prosecution, not something to be done for its own sake. If they decide not to prosecute after all they can just let him go.
post #2083 of 6095
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Originally Posted by Ataturk View Post

When the judge orders an examination like that, it's as a condition of continuing the prosecution, not something to be done for its own sake. If they decide not to prosecute after all they can just let him go.


In nearly every jurisdiction once the charges are filed (misdemeanor and above, anyway) it's not up to the cops to decide to continue the prosecution, but up to the District Attorney. And in every place I know they need to file a motion to have the charges dismissed and signed off on by a Judge. They don't get to just put the guy on a bus and send him away.

Also, it is very rare for cops to transport someone 50 miles after being discharged or to give them bus fare. That just doesn't happen.

Unrelated, getting conflicting reports on people in En Why Sea being charged with "manspreading" on the subway, but I haven't seen any primary documents to support this. Don't know if they're being charged with some other bullshit crime like disorderly conduct or something. If anybody has info on this I'd like to see it.
post #2084 of 6095
I don't disagree with any of that. I was just addressing the suggestion that there's something terribly irregular about letting the guy go instead of going forward with a prosecution after a judge orders a competency examination. Also, dismissing misdemeanors is borderline ministerial. It would be irregular as you say but not surprising to hear that a sheriff in BFE had let someone out of jail before getting a signed order. And for all we know the usual practice there might be for the DA to defer to the cops on whether to prosecute misdemeanors, and they just forgot to ask this time.

The article links to a video of the hearing. Apparently this guy was arrested for threatening somebody's dog. The guy appears to be competent, says he's competent, and even volunteers to go back to Florida after he rejects the plea offer. He says he needs to be in the hospital for physical reasons (he claims his kidneys are shutting down), not mental ones. The judge seems to order the competency examination out of an abundance of caution. There seems to be no reason at all to think the judge would have given a second thought to signing an order dismissing his charges if one had been put in front of her.
post #2085 of 6095
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Originally Posted by Ataturk View Post

I don't disagree with any of that. I was just addressing the suggestion that there's something terribly irregular about letting the guy go instead of going forward with a prosecution after a judge orders a competency examination. Also, dismissing misdemeanors is borderline ministerial. It would be irregular as you say but not surprising to hear that a sheriff in BFE had let someone out of jail before getting a signed order. And for all we know the usual practice there might be for the DA to defer to the cops on whether to prosecute misdemeanors, and they just forgot to ask this time.

The article links to a video of the hearing. Apparently this guy was arrested for threatening somebody's dog. The guy appears to be competent, says he's competent, and even volunteers to go back to Florida after he rejects the plea offer. He says he needs to be in the hospital for physical reasons (he claims his kidneys are shutting down), not mental ones. The judge seems to order the competency examination out of an abundance of caution. There seems to be no reason at all to think the judge would have given a second thought to signing an order dismissing his charges if one had been put in front of her.


So what excuses them for later going after him for fleeing and eluding?
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