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Source: Jamaica Gleaner
July 27, 2013
MarlyB, Call me old fashioned but I prefer "hanged, drawn and quartered" ala William Wallace.
Im flabbergasted.. As an ex court-worker, I once told a Judge he was an Effin SOB right in the courtroom because he let a man accused of sex assaulting a 3 YO and he told the Judge he was drunk and the 3yo came up to him and grabbed him in the crotch so the Judge let him off. I told him he better be prepared to explain that to the parents and the wee child who was so tramatized by what happened to her. As I said before in other posts I can not keep my mouth shut and he threw me in the court holding cell till he left the courthouse and I quit...Since then I lost all respect for Judges and the legal system that supported his decision... Shoot the SOB, actually give him to a real NICE BIG cell mate who really LIKES child molesters!!!!
Gee Max what have you got against the guillotine?
This POS deserves to be executed immediately by firing squad after conviction.
Jamaica, huh. Well let it be known if he's convicted it would make me feel very irie to kick his balls clear up to his sternum.
What a sick POS!
And if the Judge allows him to get out on bail again, the Judge should have to take him home and assume ALL responsibility for keeping the public safe. Something the judge dropped the ball on this time. Someday, somehow judges need to held accountable for their decisions so they are not so quick to let the maggots back out. This happens all to often.
WTF this pos shouldnt even be allowed to breath let alone be on bail
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