Skip to comments.Why Dirty Diplomats Can Literally Get Away With Murder By
Posted on 10/12/2017 12:24:26 PM PDT by nickcarraway
Its a sleazy scenario that plays out in bars and clubs across the Big Apple: Everybodys having a great time until some creep just cant keep his hands to himself.
But early Sunday at Bar None a Third Avenue dive in the East Village where NYU co-eds squeeze in every weekend to chug cheap Bud and dance to 90s rock one of these guys would finally face the consequences.
A creep put his paws all over an unwitting young womans boobs and backside, she said, and the victim immediately reported the sleazy moves to a bouncer.
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It was a stupid move to put the UN on American soil. This is just one reason.
Lethal Weapon 2
Yeah, I read the whole thing...I must have missed the part about "facing the consequences".
So maybe, we just beating the hell out of these mooks, huh...and leave the cops out of it.
Eventually one of these pampered, protected diplomats will walk into the wrong Italian deli.
diplomatic immunity should NOT be able to be used for criminal actions.
That was one of the best shows on TV, by the way.
It is the ONLY show I have watched reruns of, off of the previously recorded ones I made years ago.
Also: "beating" = "beat"...dad gummed fat fingered typing skills.
Well, I suppose the idea is that if you are a diplomat in, say, North Korea, they cannot bust into your hotel and drag you off to a gulag for some fake "crime" and then essentially ransom you back to your government for concessions of some sort. Which is all well and good until the diplomats figure out they can commit crimes with no consequences and the bad actors begin abusing it.
If it isn't, China will start arresting U.S. diplomats on bogus charges.
> Also: “beating” = “beat”...dad gummed fat fingered typing skills. <
Most of my typing errors are caused not by me, but caused by the Russians. Or caused by global warming. You are probably in the same boat. So no worries.
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