Feds: Courts violate rights
A federal investigation has found the North Carolina court system is violating the rights of people who speak little or no English by failing to provide sufficient interpreters.
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#1 Mar 9, 2012
This is America. We speak English here. I would suggest that they try learning it.
#2 Mar 9, 2012
We also pull up our dresses and show our azzes at the Americans With Disabilities Act by refusing to help courthouse access for the deaf, people in wheelchairs, and the blind. And we wonder why North Carolina is listed in the top ten of corrupt states. Our courts, our illiterate general assembly with all its shabby crooks, and our public executives such as the felon ex-governor Beasley helped put us there. And so many of our judges are lawless FIXERS. We're number 5 after Tennessee, Virginia, Mississippi, and Delaware. Yayyyyyyyy, whooopeeeeee!
#3 Mar 13, 2012
Many foreigners who cannot speak English are in this country legally as students, visitors, and on special visas. They deserve access to the courthouse too. Just what kind of venom-dripping monster of xenophobia are you?
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