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Thursday, November 21, 2013

What if all judges thought this way? All equal under the law...Woman assaults man, then sues him.



In my opinion the plaintiff in this case, was made to believe by what she sees on TV, what she was told by feminists, what she might have learned from women's studies or whatever, that she could get away with what she did because shes a woman, and still sue and harass the man she was with...
She gets charged with assault, gets convicted, told to take anger management and then sues him for the cost of those classes?
The judge has it right on when she says the problem is men do not usually complain when they are assaulted by women because of personal reasons, but then that's the problem, when someone gets away with performing these acts they are more likely to continue and it usually gets worse...
As we see in this case...
Big smiles at the beginning when she actually thinks because the judge is female she is in good company and has nothing to worry about, till reality smacks her upside the head...by an honest judge.
Judge Pirro should seriously think about emigrating to Canada, we could use someone like that....

And the opposite of this story, woman tries to hire a contract killing on her husband for the benefits, and thanks to corrupt judge....gets a get a free get out of jail card...


Remember, she tried to have her husband killed for the money and because she has children, she is released...does this make sense, or should someone worry about these kids future?

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Might of" is not correct. Do you "of" a box of cereal, or do you "have" a box of cereal? Otherwise good article.

The Native Canadian said...

Thank you for that correction, considering that I was diagnosed with dyslexia at an early age, I do believe I am doing ok...I have to read the text 3 to 4 times in order to make sure it is right, I even use word program to help me out with this problem...despite all this some mistakes do make their way in my text.
dyslexia; noun. a general term for disorders that involve difficulty in learning to read or interpret words, letters, and other symbols, but that do not affect general intelligence.

But I am in good company;
Famous People with the Gift of Dyslexia
http://www.dyslexia.com/famous.htm

Allison said...

wow,thats the best some people can do,correct a spelling mistake.

Nizhoni said...

We understood perfectly what you meant.Strange how some people go to sites correcting spelling errors.

The Native Canadian said...

lol, I don't mind, it helps me in trying to do better.