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(Oregon Live)   Pimp sues Nike for $100 million because there was no warning label in the Jordans he wore when he stomped the shiat out of a john that refused to pay his ho. That brother's got no sole   (oregonlive.com) divider line 7
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2014-01-11 05:34:48 AM  
2 votes:
A psychologist declared him an anti-social psychopath who was 100 percent likely to commit violent crimes again.

Same psychologist:
"People like Mr. Clardy are born bad. It's not something we can fix. ...That's why we have prisons."

"Not something we can fix"? "That's why we have prisons"? Jesus H. Christ, Marie. Pimps are supposed to be scumbags, nothing new here. But a psychologist who thinks prisons are here for people with 'unfixable' mental disorders? Fark.
2014-01-11 06:33:48 AM  
1 votes:

ALL GIRLS AGREE TO PULL PANTIES DOWN: fusillade762: Revmachine21: Oregon's been delivering the good stuff this week.

There was one about a couple who tried to pay their dinner tab with meth. When the woman had 16 ounces of it in her purse. And they had a meth lab in their hotel room. I submitted it but it didn't go green.

Link

It even had some choice mugshots.

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There was also the guy who fought off over a dozen cops WHILE MASTURBATING in a bar.


...if ever there was an opportunity to say "beat off" instead of "fought off"...
2014-01-11 06:15:23 AM  
1 votes:

HairyNevus: A psychologist declared him an anti-social psychopath who was 100 percent likely to commit violent crimes again.

Same psychologist:
"People like Mr. Clardy are born bad. It's not something we can fix. ...That's why we have prisons."

"Not something we can fix"? "That's why we have prisons"? Jesus H. Christ, Marie. Pimps are supposed to be scumbags, nothing new here. But a psychologist who thinks prisons are here for people with 'unfixable' mental disorders? Fark.


Translation - This guy is a  dick and we don't know what else to do. Prison is a for profit fix all.
2014-01-11 05:06:27 AM  
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Jim_Callahan: So... he's annoyed because he was essentially convicted of the local equivalent of aggravated battery, and like five of the hundred years he got came from the "aggravated" part (the shoes being classed as a 'weapon').

... honestly, that is kind of bullshiat as charges go, but I think his complaint would be better directed at the overzealous prosecutor that came up with that one and not the manufacturer of the damned shoes.


Yeah, I'm not going to cry about this guy getting 100 years, but basketball shoes as a deadly weapon?  I could understand steel-toed boots or something, but Air Jordans?  Really?
2014-01-11 02:08:08 AM  
1 votes:

Jim_Callahan: So... he's annoyed because he was essentially convicted of the local equivalent of aggravated battery, and like five of the hundred years he got came from the "aggravated" part (the shoes being classed as a 'weapon').

... honestly, that is kind of bullshiat as charges go, but I think his complaint would be better directed at the overzealous prosecutor that came up with that one and not the manufacturer of the damned shoes.


Depends on the locale... If victim ended up in hospital or with permanent damage, it could be a charge enhancement.

/dnrtfa
2014-01-11 01:55:08 AM  
1 votes:
So... he's annoyed because he was essentially convicted of the local equivalent of aggravated battery, and like five of the hundred years he got came from the "aggravated" part (the shoes being classed as a 'weapon').

... honestly, that is kind of bullshiat as charges go, but I think his complaint would be better directed at the overzealous prosecutor that came up with that one and not the manufacturer of the damned shoes.
2014-01-11 12:01:22 AM  
1 votes:
Convicted criminal representing himself vs a multi-billion dollar corporation? Yeah, could go either way.


Sirgiorgiro

*facepalm*
 
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