Jackson agrees to deal
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#1 Jun 19, 2007
This article along with Ron's is unbelievable timing. Think....Wallace attacks Ron....Ron does nothing....Man hits Ron with a beer....Ron retaliates along with Jack and others. Club Rio: Jack and friends leaving club confronted with hostility....Jack gets a gun and starts firing it into the air(?)....Mattocks runs over Jack who has a handgun and is firing it. Wouldn't you??? These plea bargains letting these babies get off easy is a real chickens display by the so-called court system and it's so-called judges(?). I know people who lifted a article of clothing in a store and were treated more severely than this!!!!????? Almost like punishment? Go figure! Ever since The Supreme Court ruled we are a Secular Humanistic culture and this is our official national religion, we've systematically and judiciously gone down hill. Murderers get off. Thieves get off. Two wrongs in order to right the sinking ship is O.K. with this new morality. Spineless judges that pick on the helpless and wink at the strong and turn their heads to their crime irk me!!! The LAW profession(if you want to call it that) does not police itself but pressures what should be those that stand for right to heel to the ruthless and immoral Humanist that they are! This allows thugs to recieve a slap on the hand and print it as though they got REAL JUSTICE! Go figure! Jack, you're luck you're in 'WIMPTOWN'.
#2 Jun 19, 2007
Once again, the message comes loud and clear. If you are a celebrity and act outrageously, you can get off. No wonder Paris Hilton is upset. She actually had to do time for her poor conduct. Pro athletes should be treated the same way. Doing some time might cause them to think twice before doing illegal acts. Jackson has a history of poor behavior, but has not ever really had to pay for it. I hope the judge refuses to allow this farce to continue.
#3 Jun 19, 2007
this is another in the long line of spineless judges and prosecutors in this city. Remember Domonic Rhodes, fresh off of what should of been a super bowl MVP award,charged with drunk driving, was sentenced to probation then the probation was cancelled because he was moving out of state( free agency to another team). I wonder if me or any other Joe nobody could get probation revoked because we were moving out of state, I doubt it.Iam not a legal expert but I doubt if I could get off with only probation for a DUI.I also find it funny how most people behind bars are there for "non violent"crimes like drug possession and they let violent criminals out because of overcrowding.I think I would rather see a stoner on the street than someone who has demonstated violence against others.I sent an e-mail to the prosecutors office about the Rhodes case and told them I am glad our justice dept is for sale, I will remember that on election day.
#4 Jul 2, 2007
Bad Idea Cali, you going to wish you haddn't done that just like we wished we hadn't traded for Just Shoot Me Jackson a few years ago.
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