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post #2086 of 6095
Could be a case of one hand not knowing what the other is doing, or maybe they forgot about him and decided to cover it up so as not to appear incompetent. Who knows, or for that matter, who cares?
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Originally Posted by Ataturk View Post

Could be a case of one hand not knowing what the other is doing, or maybe they forgot about him and decided to cover it up so as not to appear incompetent. Who knows, or for that matter, who cares?


You're right. Potential violations of civil rights don't matter. Who cares about some douchebag mental case in bumfuck Florida? Certainly not I.
post #2088 of 6095



Stupid fucking bastard. I never would have let a letter like that get sent. You never try to justify your actions to the Judge. You have to grovel and give blow jobs all around if you want the smallest bit of mercy. Dumbass defense attorneys.
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*This is all from wikipedia and unsourced sources so it's probably all false.

Judge Katherine B. Forrest:

Appointed by Obama, not at all surprising given their shared statist views.
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The family received food stamps for four years beginning when Forrest was 12.

So a welfare queen. Fucking leech. Doesn't appear she ever ran a business herself, just worked for government her whole life. Typical progressive statist fuckpig.
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Forrest attended Choate Rosemary Hall, a private school on 458 acres in Wallingford, Connecticut, on a scholarship, graduating in 1982.[1] Forrest earned a bachelor's degree with honors in 1986 from Wesleyan University and a law degree in 1990 from New York University School of Law.

I'm sure affirmative action had nothing to do with that.

I would also note it doesn't mention when she passed the bar, which is a POSSIBLE indication she didn't pass on her first attempt. Most of these fuckpigs are so proud of passing on the first round that they make sure everyone knows, especially in NY in the '90s, which is probably the 3rd or 4th hardest bar exam.
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“I realized that commercial litigation was far more interesting than I thought it would be,” Forrest said.

First indication she's an autistic. Commercial litigation is the most boring shit to non-spectrum people aside from tax law. So she has to have a special level of rain man-ism to deal with that stuff.

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Forrest was also cited by The American Lawyer as one of the top 50 young litigators in the U.S. and by Lawdragon as one of the leading litigators in the nation.

I don't know wtf Lawdragon is, but to get into the "American Lawyer" as one of the top 50 young litigators you literally have to be nominated by one other person (who can be from your same firm) and then pay a fee. That's it. To get in the top 50 it's expensive, but you don't have to do shit otherwise.

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She ruled that emoji are permissible court evidence.

Yup.
post #2090 of 6095
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Stupid fucking bastard. I never would have let a letter like that get sent. You never try to justify your actions to the Judge. You have to grovel and give blow jobs all around if you want the smallest bit of mercy. Dumbass defense attorneys.


The best part about the Silk Road prosecution is the uncovering of corruption by federal agents.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/sarahjeong/2015/03/31/force-and-bridges/
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Two of the law enforcement agents involved in the tangled multi-agency investigation into the Silk Road have been charged by the Department of Justice for stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars (at the very least) in bitcoin. The criminal complaint against former DEA agent Carl Mark Force IV and former Secret Service agent Shaun Bridges alleges money laundering, wire fraud, theft of government property, and more. But more shockingly, it tells the story of a sprawling case tainted by an unbelievable web of corruption. A state’s witness took the fall for an agent’s theft, thus becoming the target for a murder-for-hire—a murder that was then faked by the same agent. The Silk Road case was compromised again and again as Force and Bridges allegedly took every opportunity to embezzle and steal money. With so much bitcoin on their hands, the two had to coax various bitcoin and payments companies to help convert their ill-gotten gains to dollars. When companies resisted, investigations were launched, subpoenas were issued, and civil forfeitures were sought in retaliation.

Very pertinent to this thread.
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Originally Posted by Nil View Post

The best part about the Silk Road prosecution is the uncovering of corruption by federal agents.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/sarahjeong/2015/03/31/force-and-bridges/
Very pertinent to this thread.


Pushaw, how can you expect law enforcement to enforce the law if they can't violate the law? Your post makes no sense. Go move to Somalia.
post #2092 of 6095
This Katherine B. Forrest character is ruthless...

The motherfucker was crying like a bitch, and she still gave him life. I bet she enjoyed that. Wonder how much Obama had to do with the sentence.

Way too harsh for that geek.
post #2093 of 6095
Harv, does the average first time murderer get life with no parole?
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Harv, does the average first time murderer get life with no parole?

"Murder" is a wide category. I can saw that 1st degree murder in PA almost universally gets life without parole or death. Lower offenses might or might not get life. But even a DUI death gets at least 20 years nowadays here.


EDIT - Say. Say. WTF SIRI?
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Baltimore Sees Its 40th Homicide in May, a Record Month

http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/baltimore-sees-40th-homicide-record-month-31417367

Let us all congratulate Baltimore on their record setting month.

#BlackLivesMatter

https://twitter.com/hashtag/blacklivesmatter

post #2096 of 6095
BBC says cops kill two people a day in the US: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-32950383
post #2097 of 6095
Ask and ye shall receive.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

BBC says cops kill two people a day in the US: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-32950383

That's much lower than I would have thought. I would have guessed that at least that many commit suicide by cop every day.
post #2099 of 6095
People reap what they sow,

The New Nationwide Crime Wave

The consequences of the ‘Ferguson effect’ are already appearing. The main victims of growing violence will be the inner-city poor.

http://www.wsj.com/articles/the-new-nationwide-crime-wave-1432938425

Yes Sir, Mike Brown is an iconic figure. Emmett Till and MLK would be proud
post #2100 of 6095
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post

People reap what they sow,

The New Nationwide Crime Wave

The consequences of the ‘Ferguson effect’ are already appearing. The main victims of growing violence will be the inner-city poor.

http://www.wsj.com/articles/the-new-nationwide-crime-wave-1432938425

Yes Sir, Mike Brown is an iconic figure. Emmett Till and MLK would be proud

I'm reconsidering my plan to wear gold chains and a nice suit into the hood, bearing the sign,

"Step Off My Curb: Why Aren't You at Work Right Now?"
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