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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by Crabtownboy, Nov 20, 2013.
Poor George, always being picked on.
This time, he did the wrong thing in the wrong place at the wrong time. I don't know if his legitimate verdict of "not guilty" went to his head and he thinks he's bulletproof now, but from the facts of the case that have been revealed thus far, his behavior since his trial, and his overall demeanor, he probably ought to go to jail. You don't bust up someone's house and then act like it's her fault.
The man has a classic case of OJ disease. He got away with murder and should have sat down somewhere out of the public eye.
But instead, just like OJ, he persists in doing things that leave the entire world wondering if he's a sociapathic idiot who just has to seek out being a story.
C.T.Boy, would you please list the White Supremacist groups affiliated with the Tea Party ?
Won't debate your point here (except "got away with murder"), BUT, keep in mind that the MSM, & other liberals see him as "the one that got away"; IOW, they did not succeed in getting him convicted of a HATE CRIME, so therefore they are constantly on the prowl to find something, anything they can hang him with to satisfy their lust for blood.
Sure, his character may be all you say, but since the only source for the info IS the MSM, best take it with a grain of salt until all the facts are in.
If he turns out to be guilty, it will be shouted from the rooftops; if nothing here, you'll never hear another word about it. :sleep:
(The preceding paragraph specifically for the MSM & liberals on this board, & those who still cannot accept the jury's verdict) :laugh:
For your sake, I sure hope you aren't holding your breath - you'll be missed!!!:laugh::laugh::laugh:
I'm willing to get myself banned over this. Christians should not engage in slander.
I was pretty impressed when nobody posted about it on here.
The only thing I was curious about, and that didn't appear mentioned, is who paid the bail this time around and why he would choose it over staying where there are armed guards, given his prior concern for his safety. Surely his whereabouts are now known, and his address will be a matter of public records because of the new trial. That doesn't seem safe.