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Old 09-23-2011, 06:06 PM
Don Don is offline
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I followed this trial in the LA Times. The gist of the defense is that there are "normal" levels of disruption that are allowed. Got that? They actually had some dull witted college professor (sociology, I think) testify as an expert about that. Fortunately his testimony was stricken.

The entire concept of simple common courtesy is outside the reach of the left and these ethnics. Out of simple courtesy, we would never disrupt their meetings, but they have no hesitation to disrupt others.

This Orwellian nonsense has finally suffered a set back. They were convicted. No jail time, unfortunately. I think lynching is probably too severe for this crime, but some jail time was warranted. Now they get "community service" (carrying bedpans or something) and one year probation. Not enough.
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