woman arrested for wearin anti-war t-shirt

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woman arrested for wearin anti-war t-shirt

Post by prancer » Thu Feb 02, 2006 1:17 pm

Cindy Sheean, mother of fallen US soldier, was removed from G Bush's State of the Union address for wearing a t-shirt with an anti-war slogan. She had kept the shirt covered up until Bush had begun to speak, at which point police handcuffed her and led her away.
She was charged with unlawful demonstration, as it is ilegal to protest in the government building where the speech was made.
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free world my my braiiinss hurt!!!!

Post by the beast » Thu Feb 02, 2006 9:40 pm

I see yet again, more murderers have been convicted of ''Manslaughter'' because the hands of the police forces are tied of what to actually charge these monsters with to ensure of custodial sentences.

When?? Will the government change the laws that mean so much more in modern society for the good..........than beating each other with pseudo political sticks????

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Post by thebigcheese » Wed Feb 08, 2006 9:25 pm

Dear Dear, It is not up to the police what crime you have done, it is up to the courts.

They are desprate for more police in this country so if you are that concerned do something about it.

What you fail to tell us is all the people who have been prosecuted for murder. Not all murderors plan what to do and then do it. So manslator can sometimes be the best option

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Post by Bobby » Thu Feb 09, 2006 12:48 pm

People may not plan to kill,but when they "accidentally" stab someone to death, or get in a rage with their victim so they kill them,a murder charge should be made.

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Post by Sue » Thu Feb 09, 2006 5:03 pm

Just being picky here Cheese, but who do you think suggests to the courts what to try people for?

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Post by the beast » Thu Feb 09, 2006 5:31 pm

AH!
I apologise Bigcheese.........
Just cos i was around my step grandmas house the other day and only wanted to rob her, of her life savings when she tried to stop me ( not withstanding the fact she was 80 and i am 18 and have my brother and his mate with me ) I really didn't mean to kill her, i just beat her for a while and then strangled her to stop her from calling out for help.

Guilty of Manslaughter. Cobblers!

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Post by Bobby » Fri Feb 10, 2006 4:58 pm

And, you can guarantee that if the old lady octogenarian survived,and one of her attackers had been given a bruise by her, the system would actively look to see if they could do her for assault!

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Post by Sue » Fri Feb 10, 2006 5:25 pm

Basicaly the wonderful Crown Prosecution Service will go for the easiest conviction as usual.

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