Skip to comments.Thieves apologize after robbing women in River North
Posted on 07/22/2013 4:31:18 PM PDT by ConservativeStatement
It was bad enough the robbers pushed Joanna Hernandez and her friend against a wall, pointing a knife at her and holding a gun to her friend's head.
"I think what bothered me the most was afterward they said, Were sorry we had to put you through this,' " said Hernandez, 21. "I did not accept their apology."
(Excerpt) Read more at chicagotribune.com ...
nice to know she did not resist the hardworking crooks and violate their rights.../s
Obama probably issued an underground proclamation to the The Black Panther Party, the NAACP, and Thug America to be more caring and compassionate to their white victims after Zimmerman was found not guilty.
So the next time you get carjacked, the thug will probably tell you to have a nice day.
It’s all about entitlment.
If they need it, it’s okay.
If they want it, too bad for you.
If the proceeds will go to food, the rent, or skittles, they have permission.
“It’s time for past wrongs to be righted.”
Hogwash, but that’s what’s going on here.
To paraphrase Barry O and since I have been to bars on Division Street, “that could have been me.”
“Nothing personal. It’s just that you’re a White Hispanic, and we’re Chicago Friends of Barack and Jeremiah Wright.”
Standing your ground will not be tolerated.
At least they were polite.. How could you kill these guys?.. See how easy it should be, just give them what you have left after Obama steals the rest..
As long as they are polite, can’t we just eliminate the government middleman?? I can’t ever remember the IRS apologizing to me.. jus sayin.. :)
Not very many people are addressing the fact that Trayvon would be the person standing his ground, if the folks who support him above all else, were to prevail here.
I don’t believe for a moment that it’s true, but for them to be right backing him, it would have to be.
In light of this, I find the ‘stand your ground’ debate rather humorous.
I did not accept their apology.
Too bad she couldn't have said it with lead.
Reminds me of the time I was in San Francisco years ago amid a milling crowd (I can’t remember the occasion) when I felt a hand tugging at my wallet in my left back pocket. I quickly reached back and covered his hand with mine. When I turned he muttered “sorry” and scuttled away before I could summon police.
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