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April 12, 2013
Time for him to do time. Forget the psych evaluation, he's just a jerk.
In NYS typically defendants are handcuffed when they are entering or leaving the courtroom. This is a safety issue! A judge may order a defendant to be uncuffed in front of a jury so as not to prejudice the jury, but a judge shouldn't be calling the shots about a prisoner moving around uncuffed!
How nice to be able to send a nut job away for a while and then call him back late to deal with him. How about those on the line that can't tuck folks like this away for a better time, but must stand there toe to toe and face to face and deal with them then and now-officers used force on him...REALLY? Anybody around think he was just another poor misguided unfortunate individual that just can't help acting like a horses a....?
Never a good idea......
To call him an idiot would be a compliment. No doubt he does not have a firm grip on the bat. I am amazed he was not charged with contempt of court. Couple of fries short of a happy meal.
This is the exact type individual I have mentioned on P.L. over the years.Born stupid and works hard his entire life to perfect that characteristic.
Total blatant vile unmitigated disrespect. Maybe a muzzle to go with the cuffs and shackles...
Why wasn't this guy in cuffs and shackles? That's how they show up for court around here.
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