Monday, November 2, 2015

Judge sees ‘good people at their worst’

A black belt who threw a propane tank through a window in April will be released from jail in the coming days.
http://www.rutlandherald.com/article/20151102/NEWS01/151109874

4 comments :

  1. This "story" is long enough to be make into a movie !!!

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  2. Good people at their worst??? Give us a break judge. On their "worst" day, none of the good people I've ever known have tossed a propane tank through a window and beat someone to within an inch of their life. Once again the judiciary's heart is bleeding for the criminal element at the expense of the truly good people, thereby preventing real justice from being served.

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  3. I am sick and tired of our liberal judiciary who will make any excuse for the people who appear in front of them. Our society has a lot of problems because the bad guys know that in most instances, they are simply going to get a slap on the wrist and no jail time thanks to our "we know best" politicians and judges.

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    1. I and most other self sufficient, tax-paying, working class Vermonters feel exactly the same way. But overwhelmingly voters sent simple-minded, idealistic, trust funders to Montpelier that appointed such judiciary. Simple fact, If you voted for Scumlin and the contingent of progressives Windsor county elected, you have only yourself to blame. Happy now?

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