Friday, April 23, 2010


Hopefully my public defender proselytizing isn't dragging 4ks down, but this was unbelievable. This is evidently some weekly feature written by the shit-ass DA of Fayette County that is published in the newspaper. Hard to say what is most sickening--1. the fact that there's not even any benefit to taking responsibility ("he wanted a deal. We said no."), 2. That he is practically pissing himself with the anticipation ("this was getting fun")at the prospect of sending people to prison for LIFE for 3. drug cases, which the morality of prosecuting at all is questionable, or 4. the fact that this holier than thou asshole judge is nothing but a bullying pervert who just resigned under pressure. Questions remain about the existence of fires of eternal damnation, but I'd like to think there's a place for these guys.

On a lighter note, I passed a church today whose magnetic sign had been rearranged to read "Get Your Spiritual Sluts Here." Could have been some crazy kids, but the church is suspiciously close to ahab's house.


Blogger Pineapple Colonoscopy said...

In retrospect, use of the word pervert may have been overkill. The problem is more the combination of his 'hanging judge' persona along with the sexual stuff, rather than just the sexual stuff itself.

4/24/2010 9:50 AM  
Blogger knasselhoff said...

P.C., is that real? prison for life in a drug case? what the...? I don't know the facts of these cases but that seems just...i don't even have words.

And I totally agree with you: I have no idea how the DA can publish such an article and get away with it...that's really scary...

4/24/2010 5:16 PM  
Blogger Huevos McGringo said...

it's infuriating to see the lighthearted tone the DA uses in this piece of "journalism", but you know this is how most of them think. he's just putting it out there.

these three judges, on the other hand... what a group of scumbags. the whole lot should be disbarred if these assertions are born out.

and yeah, i don't care if you're tony montana, a life sentence for drugs is an absolute outrage.

4/25/2010 4:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In GA, you are eligible for a life sentence on you second conviction for selling (or possessing with intent to distribute) most drugs of abuse, not including marijuana. So that's where that comes from. And it doesn't take much for the police to charge possession with intent to distribute.


4/25/2010 10:48 PM  

Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home