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(KSTP St. Paul)   When threatening a judge, it's best not to post a video of you doing so   (kstp.com) divider line
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2865 clicks; posted to Main » on 04 Dec 2021 at 5:25 AM (6 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-12-04 5:32:40 AM  
What a stupid issue to be threatening a judge about.

By all means make a public protest that the trial should be televised or some similar form of enabling clear public access, but targeting the judge's apartment building and trying to access the judge herself is completely counterproductive in addition to everything else that's wrong with it.

Then there's the stupidity of creating so much evidence on which you can be convicted.

Bottom line is on issues like this one, take the high road. Even if you lose and don't get what you want, there's a much better chance that history will remember you fondly. Being vindictive and personal is not the high road and being "clever" on social media causes a lot of legal problems, as many 1/6 insurgents have found out.
 
2021-12-04 5:34:44 AM  
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This is sure getting a workout lately.
 
2021-12-04 5:40:58 AM  
After-dinner Farking  (*•*)...
 
2021-12-04 5:41:45 AM  
Don't threaten a judge. Not smart, not wise, not going to end well for you.
 
2021-12-04 5:48:28 AM  
Waukesha, WI is having a lot of issues these days.
 
2021-12-04 6:08:58 AM  

Flincher: Waukesha, WI The USA is having a lot of issues these days.


Friggin' common clay of the Neanderthal West has become emboldened to act like bigoted thugs by the cult of asshole personality in right wing politics and media.

Should we survive this, it will hopefully be a lesson to our grandchildren: don't encourage the morons.

/and fund quality public education
//really, this is the product of 50 years of defunding schools
 
2021-12-04 6:09:03 AM  
If no one sees your performative ________, did it really happens?
 
2021-12-04 6:18:44 AM  
Always threaten the judge psychically.

This way, they can't prove anything without admitting they're psychic, which can get a mistrial.
 
2021-12-04 6:46:14 AM  
Thank you Cortez Rice for making it easy for the court system to convict you of a felony.
 
2021-12-04 6:59:05 AM  

Flincher: Waukesha, WI is having a lot of issues these days.


It's like a continuous parade of horrors.

They evacuated a condo the other day before it collapsed.
 
2021-12-04 7:14:36 AM  
I really hope his trial isn't televised
 
2021-12-04 8:15:34 AM  
If you do this crap at anyone's home you're threatening and harassing them and their family and should be charged.
 
2021-12-04 8:29:25 AM  
But if I don't film it, how will all my friends on Facebook know how cool I am?
 
2021-12-04 8:43:30 AM  

Fly Catcher: Thank you Cortez Rice for making it easy for the court system to convict you of a felony.


Rice has a lot going on, including being sent a cease and desist letter last year by George Floyd's family in order to get him to stop claiming he was George Floyd's nephew.
 
2021-12-04 8:53:59 AM  

Fly Catcher: Thank you Cortez Rice for making it easy for the court system to convict you of a felony.


So Spanish Rice?
 
2021-12-04 8:55:36 AM  

sex_and_drugs_for_ian: Fly Catcher: Thank you Cortez Rice for making it easy for the court system to convict you of a felony.

Rice has a lot going on, including being sent a cease and desist letter last year by George Floyd's family in order to get him to stop claiming he was George Floyd's nephew.


He must think he is a Sovereign Citizen, no state laws or limits on what he can do or say.
 
2021-12-04 9:21:16 AM  

Fly Catcher: Thank you Cortez Rice for making it easy for the court system to convict you of a felony.


This. I think more people should record their crimes, it saves a lot on investigation efforts.

Defense: "Your Honor, I plead not guilty"

Prosecution: "Your Honor, here's a video the defendant recorded himself saying 'I'm guilty as hell' during the commission of the alleged crime"

Defense: "Your Honor, I move that this evidence be stricken from the record on account of my representation being a dumbass"

Judge: "You're representing yourself"
 
2021-12-04 9:37:27 AM  
Wonder what his Fark handle is.
 
2021-12-04 9:38:59 AM  
Apparently the guy has also been in Chu's courtroom recently. https://twitter.com/LouRagu​se/status/1​466806147416047626?t=LOLlWOoiWHWWplCF7​F7qKA&s=19

I have a little experience with Judge Chu. My young stepdaughter was set to testify in a criminal matter (thankfully the bastard decided to take a guilty plea) and Ms. Chu was incredible in making her feel at ease. Gave her a private tour of the courtroom and judge's chambers, and was just very sweet to her.

She is all business on the bench though.
 
2021-12-04 9:41:24 AM  
We need to stop being so nice to these people trying to tear down the very institutions of democracy.
 
2021-12-04 11:40:16 AM  
Asian woman threatened with rice. Seems somehow racist.
 
2021-12-04 3:23:40 PM  
You are not helping anything

Judge sounds like she is playing by the book
 
2021-12-04 3:53:47 PM  
I'm starting to remember this one now.

Apparently claiming a repeat of the Richmond BART station thing. "I thought I grabbed my taser." Yahoo says Trial of ex-officer Kimberly Potter trial tests 'innocent mistake' claim for police

Potter's discipline record showed a verbal reprimand for "blatant disrespect" in 2007 when, while assigned to an anti-robbery detail, she instead made notes in her log on squirrel activity in a park.
Uh oh, what's your user name, Kimberly?

Supervisors praised Potter's communication skills and command of the law. Their main criticism over the years was that she didn't initiate enough traffic stops.
"There's a lot of poverty," she said, explaining her disinterest. "Giving someone a ticket and towing their car away doesn't help them get out of the situation they're in. I liked to educate people and talk to them."


You could read that as she was trying to avoid confrontation with the poors over minor stuff because she was worried that something like this might happen. If that was the case, she ended up being correct and her mgmt is half to blame for giving a frightened officer this duty.
 
2021-12-04 3:57:08 PM  
Sorry, meant that her fear over the confrontations led to the overreaction and that should have been picked up and compensated for by her mgmt. Not that it in any excuses her guilt. Just some blame to throw around.
 
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