If you live-stream about killing cops a few hours before you end up striking one (and murdering them), I believe a strong case can be made that the video reflects the state of mind for a premeditated “eventuality.” But if you are a woman, you will get off light and only be charged with less … Continue reading Only Manslaughter?
Despite crocodile tears from every left wing woman and official (there’s no Distinction) over Floyd and Chauvin, the reality is that Democrats love police violence. If they were opposed to excessive force, and pro-reform, they wouldn’t be pushing for Dave Chipman, a mass murderer, to be the director of the ATF.
What was done to George Floyd by Officer Chauvin was inexcusable, morally. But the verdict is very questionable, because of the outside influences of people like Al Sharpton, and people like Maxine Waters. Their threats and intimidation, and hanging the sword of Damocles over the jury, and basically saying if you don’t convict on the … Continue reading Guilty, post 2
Guilty all counts. State sentencing minimums =25 years. In Minnesota you can now be prosecuted for felony murder without committing an underlying felony
I think I have made my personal opinions on the trial of the decade well known. Despite my position, I’m of the opinion that there will be an acquittal- at least for the most serious charges. When you are in court with a person for 8 hours a day, day on ends, you become aware … Continue reading Acquittal?
There are many passages of scripture that are eerily analogous to current events today. Isaiah 3 & 4 describes a society judged and punished by God. These chapters do not reference the United States by any means. However, we can look at past cases (or prophesied future cases) of judgment and determine if what we … Continue reading Observing the Decline
Warning: “conservative” boomers who don’t understand limited government or rights will be offended, since they are dumb. Yet another wonderful story about wonderful cops in the wonderful hell hole that is Minnesota (southern Canada). 2 weeks ago, comedian Sam Hyde said on a livestream that if you ever find yourself being pulled over by a … Continue reading You can’t make it up (use of force)
If you read through my previous posts pertaining to the events of last summer, you will see that I was rather critical of a certain officer and various conservative commentators. (I’ll link to them later -post publishing) My arguments, as you will see in those previous posts, were deeply emotional. One could say I had … Continue reading I was wrong about Chauvin
If you aren't an attorney, you may be surprised to learn what the cost of litigation is. Many people don't know about this until it's too late, such as after a car wreck, an injury, medical malpractice, etc. Most will probably end up taking the insurance settlement, as they can't find affordable legal representation. Most … Continue reading The Injustice of our Courts
Small v Memphis Light, Gas & Water The majority of the US Supreme Court claims to be Christian, with most claiming to be devout Catholic (Gorsuch is catholic-lite). It only takes 4 justices to vote yes for the Court to hear a case. When a Jehovah’s Witness working for a public utility sought to adjust … Continue reading No Title VII protections for Christians