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Tar and feathers

Insult to injury.

Cops taser and beat man who broke no law. Judge awards damages for pain and suffering of $1.

8 Responses to “Tar and feathers”

  1. ATLien Says:

    The term “Failure to submit” pretty much sums it up.

  2. Barron Barnett Says:

    Hi ho, Hi ho, It’s off to the Criminal Count We Go!

    I had a hard time holding back my rage towards that judge. I hate him more than I do the cops in that case because he avoided punishing them with nothing but a note to say, “Change your policy.” No accountability and he then attempted to say the man’s rights weren’t violated.

    Tar and Feathers please, some assembly required and you need to supply a worth judge. Make sure to run him out on a rail after.

  3. RobertM Says:

    Sounds like a judge needs to be tasered and beaten. I’ll happily pay the dollar if that’s all it will cost me. Hell, I’ll pay a hundred dollars.

  4. Mayor Joel Stoner Says:

    That judge is an idiot, or trying to protect the cops. The man was not under arrest, so he was under no obligation to obey the unlawful order of the police.

  5. MAJ Mike Says:

    “To Serve and Protect”, my narrow a$$! Go ahead, alienate you civilian supporters with this $hit. If that judge is eleceted, I’d do everything in my power to ensure his involuntary retirement from the bench.

  6. McThag Says:

    Here’s one for you judge. If I have the right to leave, the state has no power to compel me to stay.

    Anything the state does except let me go is a violation of my rights.

    Stories like this are sure good at illuminating the police for what they are in most places not the “noble majority” that gets trotted out.

  7. SteveA Says:

    Thats why when the SHTF, these brown shirt wannabes will be the first ones targeted. Just how did he arrive at that decision anyway?

  8. Crotalus Says:

    If that’s “justice”, I’ll take revenge.