Bond reduced for man accused of shoot...

Bond reduced for man accused of shooting ex-wife near day care

There are 5 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Feb 27, 2014, titled Bond reduced for man accused of shooting ex-wife near day care. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Christopher Justice, 33, appeared in court on Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014,, where a judge reduced his bond from $100,000 to $25,000.

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Chicago, IL

#1 Feb 27, 2014
Since we live in interesting times,and since we are free to speculate about events that happen within our city,something has gotta give. After all,this is America. Plus,it's Marion County.

Christopher Justice seems to be getting a lot pf breaks from the judicial system of Marion County. Since we know there are judges who have no business being in the judicial system because of unscrupulous behaviors,I guess we are only free to speculate as to why this criminal seems to be getting a bunch of breaks from the system.

Is Christopher a bisexual boytoy for well connected political types? We know from empirical evidence that dainty white Republican types go for the studly black-male types. We know the rules do not apply to everyone in Marion County. Mexican restaurants are shaken down for their money and the PTB accuse the restaurants of collecting monies from ill gotten gains--with absolutely no proof of wrong doing by the proprietors of the restaurants-- and the authorities are asking the justice system to allow the permanent ownership of the restaurants confiscated monies be given to the government.. Yet,Tim Durham was allowed to operate for years without scrutiny from the authorities. We know former Governor Mitch Daniels accepted monies from Durham's scams for his campaign. And Mitch was never required to pay it back to the elderly investors Durham scammed.

Ain't that rich!?

I've digressed.

Back to the criminal known as Christopher Justice.

He shoots his victim outside of a daycare center--no less than 13 times. Subsequently going on the run. He's seems to be getting a lot of breaks that somehow seem to elude most criminals--even those whose crimes pale in comparison.

I can only conclude this Justice character is a boytoy for some closeted and well connected member of this city's political class. There are so many closeted conservative types in our political and judicial assumptions are absolutely plausible.

Chicago, IL

#2 Feb 27, 2014
Oh my,This IS interesting.

Judge Hawkins is the judge that reduced Christopher's bail.

He's also the judge that gave David Bisard every break in the book AND BEYOND.

Judge Hawkins has been disciplined in the past.

He seems to take a liking to murderers. Yet conversely,He seems to have a history of throwing the book at innocuous misdemeanor traffic offenders.

Wait! There's more.

Remember the case of former Chief Deputy Prosecutor under Carl Brizzi, David Wyser? Wherein Wyser accepted a bribe from a certain wealthy someone to greatly reduce the 70 year sentence of a wealthy convicted murderer. Hawkins is the judge that signed off on the deal. After serving 18 years of a 70 year sentence,Paula Willoughby was freed.

Here's more...

And Google is your friend.
Your Right To Know

Chicago, IL

#3 Feb 28, 2014
Buy Your Way Out

Chicago, IL

#4 Feb 28, 2014
Can you buy your way out of serving real prison time in Marion County? Of course! But it take$ real big buck$ to make it happen!
a common man from Indiana

Indianapolis, IN

#5 Feb 28, 2014
The most serious case brought against a judge in recent memory was the case the Commission brought a few years back against Marion Superior Court Judge Grant Hawkins, whose office had misplaced an order from the Court of Appeals which granted freedom to a defendant who had been wrongfully incarcerated. The clerical error resulted in delaying the man's release from prison for about two years. The Indiana Supreme Court ordered him suspended without pay for a period of 60 days. Two of the justices, Chief Justice Randall Shepard and Justice Frank Sullivan, dissented to the Court's order because they didn't believe the punishment was severe enough against the judge.

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