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Guest

Posted 08 June 2012 - 12:31 AM

yeah, pretty much agreed.

Feel pissed that the cops are handing out their violence, but that a High Judge was smacked took some of that sting out. A lot!

Guest

Posted 08 June 2012 - 12:01 AM

Good article-wonder how many times that Judge has heard similar stories and didn't believe the victims? I always think it is quite insane that the officers are so cavalier with handing out their deadly force. They don't have a clue or seem to care who it is they're pummeling or throat slamming. That judge sounds like a cheap fucker-moving out his parents' house for the new buyers coming in the next morning. At 69 years old. If judges getting slammed is what it takes to shine the light on this increasing levels of thuggery and police brutality so be it.

H.T. Flouncerton

Posted 07 June 2012 - 08:26 PM

UC ruins yet another thread. I believe the old useless, toothless commie should be banned!!!

Guest

Posted 07 June 2012 - 07:49 PM

I dunno...he throat punched a Supreme Court Justice.

Urinal Cake

Posted 07 June 2012 - 07:46 PM

Nothing will happen to the pig, nothing ever happens to the pigs.

Probably why herb want to be a pig, but he had to settel for being an ignorant loser instead.

Guest

Posted 07 June 2012 - 07:20 PM

http://mobile.nytime...-struck-him.xml

Thomas D. Raffaele, a 69-year-old justice of the New York State Supreme Court, encountered a chaotic scene while walking down a Queens street with a friend: Two uniformed police officers stood over a shirtless man lying facedown on the pavement. The man's hands were cuffed behind his back and he was screaming. A crowd jeered at the officers.
The judge, concerned the crowd was becoming unruly, called 911 and reported that the officers needed help.
But within minutes, he said, one of the two officers became enraged - and the judge became his target. The officer screamed and cursed at the onlookers, some of whom were complaining about what they said was his violent treatment of the suspect, and then he focused on Justice Raffaele, who was...

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