I simply can't believe the posts on this thread. After your post, I have to read all the way down to #11 before someone else posts something sensible.
On FRee Republic.
This isn't a cop or some other LEO who's abusing his authority beating on a suspect or carrying out an illegal search. This is a judge presiding over a bail hearing where there's no need for confrontation. All she has to do is be polite for 15 seconds and she can't even manage it. The woman is showing contempt for the court; it's clearly criminal contempt, and that means contempt for the people of Florida.
posted on 02/05/2013 5:55:33 PM PST
(Use it as you will. I Could NOT care less.)
This is a judge presiding over a bail hearing where there's no need for confrontation. All she has to do is be polite for 15 seconds and she can't even manage it. The woman is showing contempt for the court; it's clearly criminal contempt, and that means contempt for the people of Florida.
I would agree that the act of flipping off a judge in court should get you some punishment, but, in this case, you'll have to explain to me first why he upped her bail after he dismissed her. All she said was "adios" in response to his condescending "bye-bye". If the judge wants to be treated as a professional, he should act professionally, and I don't care HOW unsavory the defendants are. Bitching, sarcasm, condescending dismissals, and arbitrary bail increases are not professional conduct.
posted on 02/05/2013 6:46:03 PM PST
Yeah that’s one of the friendliest judges I’ve seen and her behavior was uncalled for.
This is exactly why we’ll never have the glorious revolution that some here seem to fantasize about. Too many have zero respect for authority and aren’t even smart enough to fake it. Their little revolution is doomed by a million little generals who are worried about being disrespected.
posted on 02/05/2013 6:59:01 PM PST
(REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
Perhaps you should read the exchange. You’ll discover the judge is a pompous petty AH who should not hold power over anyone.
Of course this type of arrogant behavior is common with those in government, like jurist.
posted on 02/05/2013 10:14:55 PM PST
(Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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