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Old 12-01-2017, 10:07 PM
 
Location: USA
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Originally Posted by mrmondaynight View Post
Whenever an officer gets off on a murder, the majority of you come in here with your hard on's about the system working

Now the same posters want to cry foul about the system working.


If only half of you had this much symphony when a unarmed black is gunned down by an officer.

I guess it's only tragedy when a white is killed.
Unarmed doesn't mean violent, and dangerous, but police shooting an unarmed person no matter the color of their skin is very, very rare. Another strawman, Mr. Progressive.
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Old 12-01-2017, 10:09 PM
 
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Only in California when you use the wrong gender pronoun and you should be thrown in jail. But if you're a 5x deported illegal with a long criminal history and you shoot someone, you get to walk free.
California used to be a nice place but the left wing nut jobs have absolutely ruined it. The amusing thing is that the LWNJs that populate the state don't even realize how insane they are. They just want to double down on their stupidity. Read this board's liberals from California and you'll see what I mean.
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Old 12-01-2017, 10:14 PM
 
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They are to protect ILLEGAL ALIENS, including criminal illegal aliens it seems.
12 men good and true...looked at the charges and decided their was no way to reach a guilty verdict on the major charges. Like other juries though they thought the guy should not have been so careless with the gun he picked up so they found him guilty of a charge that cannot really be true. But, being good citizens, they felt they had to convict him of something. So they did.

Amazing thing the jury system...loved by all...until it gets the wrong answer.
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Old 12-01-2017, 10:24 PM
 
Location: USA
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12 men good and true...looked at the charges and decided their was no way to reach a guilty verdict on the major charges. Like other juries though they thought the guy should not have been so careless with the gun he picked up so they found him guilty of a charge that cannot really be true. But, being good citizens, they felt they had to convict him of something. So they did.

Amazing thing the jury system...loved by all...until it gets the wrong answer.
First of all, how do you know they were 12 men good, and true? Do you know them all personally? Second, I was talking about this verdict. This guy had a long criminal record.

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The death of Kathryn Steinle, who was fatally shot on July 1 while strolling on San Francisco's Embarcadero, was a tragedy. And when the suspect was revealed to be a Mexican national with a criminal record who had been deported several times, it became a flash point in the long-divisive political debate about how to reform the nation's immigration system.
http://www.latimes.com/local/califor...htmlstory.html

More Progressive nonsense from a feel good liberal.
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Old 12-01-2017, 10:34 PM
 
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First of all, how do you know they were 12 men good, and true? Do you know them all personally? Second, I was talking about this verdict. This guy had a long criminal record.



Sanctuary cities: How Kathryn Steinle's death intensified the immigration debate - LA Times

More Progressive nonsense from a feel good liberal.
What do you want? I should throw you a middle finger?

They are 12 men good and true by statute and in this case they worked at it. Six days of deliberation is no fun for anyone. If all cool liberals they would have been done the first day. So they met and argued and finally found a solution they could all buy into.

You don't like the answer they reached so they must have been wild eyed liberals...Don't you feel a little stupid when you reach these idiot views?

And no I am no liberal. Libertarian on some issues. Conservative on some liberal on others. Mostly though I ignore my personal view and seek truth. Try it. It is fun though sometimes lonely.
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Old 12-01-2017, 10:41 PM
 
Location: Scottsdale, AZ
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12 men good and true...looked at the charges and decided their was no way to reach a guilty verdict on the major charges. Like other juries though they thought the guy should not have been so careless with the gun he picked up so they found him guilty of a charge that cannot really be true. But, being good citizens, they felt they had to convict him of something. So they did.

Amazing thing the jury system...loved by all...until it gets the wrong answer.
Good and true? very subjective. Jurors aren't always right. Our justice system is far from perfect, but we all should respect the decision of law, whether its wrong or right. Right?

We're nation of laws (what kind of a country would we be without) but sadly, California and other Liberal states disobey laws whenever its convenient.
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Old 12-01-2017, 10:48 PM
 
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Good and true? very subjective. Jurors aren't always right. Our justice system is far from perfect, but we all should respect the decision of law, whether its wrong or right. Right?

We're nation of laws (what kind of a country would we be without) but sadly, California and other Liberal states disobey laws whenever its convenient.
Pure unadulterated BS. CA observes the law while the RW jerks try to force them in to submission. Most have no knowledge of what the law is...But no CA is wrong regardless. Intriguing how dull dolts actually are.
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Old 12-01-2017, 11:10 PM
 
Location: Scottsdale, AZ
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Pure unadulterated BS. CA observes the law while the RW jerks try to force them in to submission. Most have no knowledge of what the law is...But no CA is wrong regardless. Intriguing how dull dolts actually are.
Observe is about it. Uphold is not what they did. They released an undocumented life long criminal felon back into the public, instead of letting ICE take him into custody.

Is it too much to ask to uphold the laws we have in place?
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Old 12-01-2017, 11:31 PM
 
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Observe is about it. Uphold is not what they did. They released an undocumented life long criminal felon back into the public, instead of letting ICE take him into custody.

Is it too much to ask to uphold the laws we have in place?
It is against the law. A US appellate court has held that a municipality must have a warrant or similar to hold a person. A Federal detainer is not a warrant. simple issue. The Feds don't want warrants because they would have to go to a judge and show probable cause. Which they do not have.
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Old 12-02-2017, 04:11 AM
 
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I can explain it for you but I can't understand it for you.
No you can't.
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