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  • scotty_appleton814
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    Facts. Should have stayed home.

  • NolaT
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    Certainly wishing they would have,…….

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  • retired137
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    Originally posted by hold the air View Post
    Thoughts on this?

    There's 3 videos in reference to this case and it's crystal clear to me.

    Burglary/trespass
    flee the scene of crime
    Attack armed man trying to detain you
    Gets shot over struggle for gun
    Less than 4 hours deliberation for federal hate crime convictions. Video resulted in a state conviction, additional information provided during the federal case resulted in hate crimes conviction. They should have stayed home and called 911.
    Last edited by retired137; 02-23-2022, 10:16 AM.

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  • retired137
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    Originally posted by scotty_appleton814 View Post

    Buddy, I too am looking forward to seeing what shady details and secrets her arrest brings to light
    I'm waiting to see what the federal trial reveals, knew they were racists with the comments they made after the shooting. Now let's see if they get convicted federally, although it's moot at this point.

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  • scotty_appleton814
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    Originally posted by retired137 View Post

    Scotty, hopefully it will deter folks from acting, although I don't think they will be accepted in the prison system. This is gonna hurt! The elephant in the room is prosecutorial misconduct. I'd be curious to see how many good old boys she declined to arrest or prosecute.
    Buddy, I too am looking forward to seeing what shady details and secrets her arrest brings to light

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  • retired137
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    Originally posted by scotty_appleton814 View Post
    This was a great case to deter folks who willfully, ignorantly, and wrongfully take the law into their own hands. I hope that stiff long prison sentences await these guys. Something along the lines of being old and frail when released.
    Scotty, hopefully it will deter folks from acting, although I don't think they will be accepted in the prison system. This is gonna hurt! The elephant in the room is prosecutorial misconduct. I'd be curious to see how many good old boys she declined to arrest or prosecute.

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  • scotty_appleton814
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    This was a great case to deter folks who willfully, ignorantly, and wrongfully take the law into their own hands. I hope that stiff long prison sentences await these guys. Something along the lines of being old and frail when released.

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  • PeteBroccolo
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    Thankfully a logical decision to help counter vigilanteism.

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  • PtownVAMike
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    Until recently, I didn't even know that a third guy (Bryant) was on trial in this case. I thought it was just the two McMichaels.

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  • retired137
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    All three guilty, lifes about to get real interesting for a few people. What were they thinking? The juries managed to get two high profile cases correct in one week. Rittenhouse acquitted, these clowns guilty.

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  • retired137
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    Originally posted by PtownVAMike View Post

    Yeah I think they'll be convicted, but not for the reasons the mainstream media wants them to be.
    They're not the sharpest tools in the shed. I'm willing to bet text messages regarding the incident will be their downfall. As for the videographer being charged with child molestation, he's going away no matter what. I've never placed faith in any media, they're in the money making business having personal experience in how information is delivered by them. Had one entity deliver incorrect information from the Chief to appease the masses on a bad hire he made, rolling people under bus. Wasn't too pleased when empirical data was provided to the council. Gone in 60 days.

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  • PtownVAMike
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    Originally posted by retired137 View Post
    Anybody still think these POS aren't going to be convicted? They are common scum that I would wipe off my feet.
    Yeah I think they'll be convicted, but not for the reasons the mainstream media wants them to be.

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  • retired137
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    **********

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  • retired137
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    Anybody still think these POS aren't going to be convicted? They are common scum that I would wipe off my feet.

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  • retired137
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    Sounds like the video voyuer is being investigated for sex crimes, time for more popcorn. When they're convicted, he's not going to last more than a year.

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