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Old 12-06-2017, 08:44 AM
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Kook from Boston upset with victim and the city of Jacksonville for taunting convicted shooter in court.

http://www.news4jax.com/news/detecti...ompts-backlash
Old 12-06-2017, 08:54 AM
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No sympathy from me, I think he should have been allowed to throw rocks at the guy (no bigger than your fist), that shot him, while he sat in court with that smirk on his face
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No sympathy at all for criminals.

Bring back stocks on main street.
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What would have been great, is if the officer squirted the KY on the convict!!
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I didn't hear about this case until cracker posted it, NOW it gets national attention!!!!! GMAFB, this country is so pussified it makes me sick.
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I think the officer made a very kind gesture there. It will "smooth the way" for the convicted shooter's future life in prison.

Unless, of course, there was Ben-Gay mixed in with the KY Jelly.
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I love that they refer to the officer statement as "derogatory." I would describe him more as a "realist."
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Seems to be a lot those people around today who think just about anything that makes sense is either sexist, derogatory, condescending or racist.
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I frickin LOVE IT !! except the part about the snowflakes ... Don't want to be ass raped then don't shoot cops pretty cut and dry ... I would have been rolling on the floor and applauding the officer if in that court room .
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People are crying for the perp now. The same one who was laughing and smiling in court. The same one that shot the cop whose kid was in the backseat of the car at the time. We are screwed.
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Those crying for the perp and threatening to ban Jax need a good kick in the ass as well . Ban Jax !??hell this story makes me want to head down there spend some coin and take Cracker out for a steak dinner and a cold beer for his years of service . Amazes me that anyone with one lick of sense has sympathy for someone who opened fired on a cop .... Wish the perp would have had a "accident" on the way to jail , but now instead we will all pay to keep him up for the unforeseeable future ......
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Guards have mandatory "watch call", for all new inmates, especially young, small kids like this. Anywhere from 30-45 days. At least decades ago they did.

After that.....you can bet your ass, he's someone's bitch!
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Originally Posted by fishknut View Post
I didn't hear about this case until cracker posted it, NOW it gets national attention!!!!! GMAFB, this country is so pussified it makes me sick.
I didn't see Cracker's thread.

If this is a repost, my apologies.
Old 12-06-2017, 11:20 AM
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Bleeding heart libtards... Everything is offensive and derogatory to them except the offensive and derogatory things they say and do.

The scumbag tried to kill somebody, he got his fair trial and last words. The victim deserves a chance to give his last words too. That's not uncommon and not everybody forgives their attacker either.
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I suggest the cook from Boston gets shot three times (once in the head) and see exactly how he/she feels about it afterwards. Until you've walked in someone's shoes you have no right to project your feelings about the situation. You weren't there, you didn't live it. So keep your G-Damn opinions to yourself.
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Bite harder on the pillow, little guy....
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Originally Posted by reelin in the keys View Post
Don't want to be ass raped then don't shoot cops pretty cut and dry ...
You win the thread. Couldn't say it any better.

Personally I think its funny as hell. If some little pissant punk shot me I would make sure they got put in a cell with a real deviant.

"IT PUTS THE LOTION ON ITS SKIN OR ELSE IT GETS THE HOSE AGAIN!!!"
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Originally Posted by BlueRudy View Post
I didn't see Cracker's thread.

If this is a repost, my apologies.
No apology needed, it is not a repost. Cracker posted the original story when the detective made his statement. My point is the detectives statements gets more press then the original incident of attempted homicide of a law enforcement officer. F**king unreal.
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If you don't want to be raped in prison then don't end up in prison. It's really pretty simple.

Never did understand the whole "prisoner's rights" movement. Once you are convicted plenty of "rights" are forfeited.
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I'm sorry, but I think after someone is convicted of a violent crime that causes harm or pain to another, the victim should have the ability to confront the person and question them as to their motives and what made them think it was ok to do what they did. If they murdered someone, then that right should be afforded to the victims family. The victim deserves that much, for most, it would help the grieving process and help them with closure.

Not saying it should be vigilante justice, but supervised in the court room after sentencing. Give someone the chance to look in the eyes of the convicted and ask them why.....

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