posted on May, 3 2012 @ 10:05 AM
As hard as it is not to feel sympathy for a young man who had to endure such a debacle, keep in mind that he was caught with almost 20,000 ecstasy
pills. I may be old, but I talk to my grandchildren who's tuition I help pay, and hear that some of their friends have DIED taking even one of these
pills. Especially mixed with other drugs and alcohol parties tend to offer.....I'm not even going to comment on the Russian rifle with thousands of
rounds and hand guns. Drugs and guns dont mix very well in my opinion, and only makes you look worse if you're caught doing something illegal.
When you think about it that way, he wasnt picked up and abandoned for simply smoking while listening to Bob Marley ( yes I'm in my 90's and know
who he is), this young man was clearly a drug kingpin in the little area he controlled. Most likely college kids who could have potentially DIED due
to the pills he was planning to distribute.
Race has nothing to do with this. Bad decisions were made all around. Also, consider though, there are brave men and women who are risking their lives
in places like the middle east, and have had to endure such treatment. Do you expect a lawsuit or an apology letter from the government for them?