Skip to comments.Judge tells young Detroit man in mob attack he needed a beating from dad
Posted on 07/17/2014 4:11:49 PM PDT by Morgana
DETROIT A young man who participated in a mob attack on a Detroit-area motorist needed a father to "beat the hell" out of him as a kid to discourage him from committing such a crime, a judge said Thursday.
The stunning remarks by Wayne County Judge James Callahan came as he sentenced Latrez Cummings to six months in jail.
In response to the judge's question, Cummings, 19, said his father wasn't around when he was growing up.
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Another robed idiot giving another self-rightous moral sermon.
Its his legal system that has removed fathers from the lives of children.
Truth! Way to go judge!
“Way to go judge!”
Yeah! The judge also should have suggest that guy needed to be touched by his uncle and sodomized by his priest!
the judge needs a beat down for giving a measly 6 months sentence
“the judge needs a beat down for giving a measly 6 months sentence”
Was that all the judge could sentence him to? I don’t know the laws of that state so I’m asking other FReepers.
The TV newsman from Jersey City, NJ, Jepsen? was fired for saying that black youths needed fathers for guidance.
He is VINDICATED by this judge.
He won’t get his job back, but he spoke “truth to power”, and while “power” (the tv station) fired him, he beat the crap out of the PC cowards with the truth.
There was a time when the fear of having a bastard child changed behaviors.
WHAT? People aren’t responsible for their own actions? My guess is the “father” got what he wanted and moved on. Momma let him get the milk for free, so he rolled on!
And if he did, then the law would get him for child abuse.
Yes. turns out papa was indeed a rolling stone.
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