Teen Kills 4; Judge LITERALLY Lets Him Off Because He is Rich!

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posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 07:55 AM
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I almost died of laughter--when the attorney for the case said the kid had "AFFLUENZA" ---a disease where rich kids are taught that money buys privilege and can get you off on almost anything...

This system is a joke..but listen..I wouldn't go after the kid or the parents..but I would go after their loved ones..picking them clean off this planet..I would go after the judges family and the attorney's family. Leave them to rot by themselves..They would feel my pain..and I would have no regret. One by one they would be extinguished.




posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 09:27 AM
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The main problem here is hollywood has glorified crime and criminals so much over the last 4 decades that the average couch potato has had their moral compass skewed so badly they can no longer recognize criminal behavior. This is why the populace at large here doesn't recognise the evil in the white house, Congress, the Supreme court or the local police and government. When we have been pushed past socialism and straight into communism the average sleeper will wake and say HTF did that happen.



posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 09:39 AM
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... the attorney argued that he should get therapy as opposed to jail.


About 99% of incarcerated "criminals" should get the same treatment. Might prevent recidivism. If we have to choose, I say lock up the rich psychos - money, power and psychosis is a really bad mix.



posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 09:44 AM
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Thats the thing.

Id be more lenient and be willing to call it accident due to stupidty and be more in favour of therapy if that was standard for everyone.

But the fact is if it was a poor or middle class kid they would be tried as adult and locked up for 20+ years.

Same treatment FOR ALL.



posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 09:45 AM
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You know what the worst part about all this is? When the grieving families get their revenge and string this kid up by his toes, they'll get FAR worse punishments from the law for it. The family of the kid will push to have the book thrown at them, will get their wish, and we will all die a little more in the inside for it.



posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 09:49 AM
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If its texas I guess for premeditated murder its lethel injection?

That will be more lifes the little **** cost.



posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 10:27 AM
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You bourgeois super rich are like this; you know? In fact throughout history they have always been like this. They are so extremely disconnected form the rest of us that they really do live in a different world. They think and operate on a totally different level than the rest of us. They take selfishness and greed to such an extreme level that they lose their own humanity.

Therapy nor jail is not going to give this young man his lost humanity. I am of the opinion that only hard labor, and years of it at that, is the only cure for him. He must be put into a situation in which his very life depends on cooperating with other human beings for a very extended amount of time. It is very true that manual labor bonds humans together. You know, if you don`t work hard and cooperate with others you will not be able to get the basics needed to survive. That will give him his humanity I am sure of it.



posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 10:29 AM
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I hope I dont give too much away of my pseudonym here, but the youth pastor killed was a childhood friend of mine. We ate lunch together all through High School.
So, of course we have hundreds of mutual friends on FB. I can say there is outrage and people are coming together to vote her (the judge) out. Shes up for re election in 2014.
Also the family buisness is going to see a dramatic drop in revenue! I believe its a Steel Manufacturing Company, if I find it I'll post it later so fellow ATR'rs can follow suit.
The Judge will definantly pay with her job, but who knows if she was bought out and just doesn't care at this point.
He was loved by many and lead an amazing life of giving.
-found it before I hit it, Cleburne Metal Works!



posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 10:36 AM
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Im sorry for the loss, and the fact you didnt get justice. It sickens me and im 5000 miles away, so what you all must be feeling I cant imagine. Your all better persons than me for not takeing the law into your own hands already and I commend you for that, its not a good route to go down.

Just make sure all the media and newscoutlets knows what happened. Make what happened known to the world.



posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 10:50 AM
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Its because if your poor like I was growing up, then you quickly find ways to live. As time goes by you find better and easier ways pf getting by. If I am going to be poor for the rest of my life, then I would rather be poor in this corrupt part of the world instead of anywhere else on this forsaken planet. At least, I know this corruption. The U.S. is a big place, with a little research you can find a town somewhere that fits your needs and be able to survive comfortably as a poor peasant of the Amerika.



posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 10:51 AM
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If I was the judge I would go, OK, so this kid has a spoilt rich syndrome does he, well, thankfully there are some good programs to help fix this.

1. I'd make the "obviously rich" parents buy or rent long term, a townhouse or a mobile home, in a middle class setting, not too slum it doesnt help, nor higher end.

And he'd be on a bracelet and basically house arrest for 5 years, with homeschooling, volunteer work that is approved by the courts, 6 hours a day, 4 days a week, and counseling.

He'd be forced to work with jeuvies and help communities.

Also, live a humbled down existence enormously. I would forbid any games, xbox or playstations, he'd have educational use of computer and networking, online sites but it would be scrutinized.

And also, here is the thing that struck me as odd. That he killed religious people. To me, like I said, it could have been a satanic or dark hat occult rite of passage to prove he's one of them, maybe they have plans for him down the road. Bush did some terrible things in Texas prior to election....or at least was wanted for a while for this.

Now, since they're out and out demonizing Christians currently, they may have demanded this act of allegiance to the dark side to be carried out against christians, assuming public support for them has waned.

By forcing him to work for the community he may grow an understanding. There are many ministers who are not believers in the fairy tale, but they support the lives of the community, births, deaths, guideance and emotional well being for those people who need some simple understandings of right and wrong and who need guidance. And they're there. Thats what its about. I have family who associate with one of the ministers and they have discussions.

So this kid needs to roll up his sleeves and start to do some of the work that these Christians already so, with communities, the needy, and the jeuveniles.

And he needs to be protected from turning dark side and intervened for.

So a good jugdge could certainly use the rich boy syndrome against him.

But an eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth only makes the whole world blind.
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posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 10:57 AM
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Unity_99

But an eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth only makes the whole world blind.
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That's not the problem. The outrage is that he got special treatment for being rich. Prison being bad or not he should have got the same punishment as everyone else.

If therapy was standard sentencing for this for all people I doubt there would be thread here. Its the fact he didn't get the standard sentence.

Plus a 500k luxury resort? No way, it should be a standard psychiatric ward of a hospital.



posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 11:10 AM
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a local physical therapy doctor (he owns several clinics in the area) killed someone driving drunk. No one expected him to really serve any time. He is still sitting in prison, 5 years later. I think he has 2 more years to go.

Shame. He was a nice guy for the most part. But he liked to drink. The last time i saw him, he was wearing womens clothing (and flashing his thingie "on accident") during a charity auction. It was about a week before sentencing, and just highlighted the mess his life had become.



posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 11:22 AM
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I remember the case a few years ago where a banker / fund manager (RICH) ran someone down and drove off, leaving the injured man for dead.
His attorney later arranged for him to visit the police and provide a statement - no SWAT team searching or storming his house - and of course plenty of time to sober up. The real kicker though was when it went to court, his attorney making the case that this was a very important person who stood to lose $Millions if he was jailed. That mindset right there lays out the thinking of these self proclaimed elites. Too rich to jail!


In this case, seeing the public outrage, I hope the family business is boycotted as a result. Like I said in another post, hitting these people where it hurts most, in the wallet, might make them change their outlook.



posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 11:40 AM
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Britguy
I remember the case a few years ago where a banker / fund manager (RICH) ran someone down and drove off, leaving the injured man for dead.
His attorney later arranged for him to visit the police and provide a statement - no SWAT team searching or storming his house - and of course plenty of time to sober up. The real kicker though was when it went to court, his attorney making the case that this was a very important person who stood to lose $Millions if he was jailed. That mindset right there lays out the thinking of these self proclaimed elites. Too rich to jail!


In this case, seeing the public outrage, I hope the family business is boycotted as a result. Like I said in another post, hitting these people where it hurts most, in the wallet, might make them change their outlook.


Yeah I already mentioned that piece of scum here a page back post by crazyewok
 




You know what makes me sick? The fact that obama was caught flirting with dannish PM is front page and got 11 pages and going and is getting more attension than this.
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posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 12:07 PM
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Time for good old fashioned family justice.



posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 12:50 PM
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winofiend
As long as kids like him a produced then whatever they do will not have any impact. Nothing we do *TO* them will change anything.

it's his parents that need locking up. they raised this sack of crap.

why is the world so dead set on turning me into the very thing I am trying not to be....



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As long as you keep believing "The World" is behind this, and hilarious quotes that were developed to trick our consciousness into taking all the blame like "Human Nature", and "People are People"...the behind the scenes NON-HUMAN sources of keeping things as utter garbage will have no chance to be revealed, and KILLED from existence.



posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 01:48 PM
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crazyewok

HUMBLEONE
Why all the surprise? You are a Serf, they own you.


Im surprised that people are just rolling over and accepting this.

The USA get all rar rar about there ability to stand up to tyranny, yet all I see are a bunch of goverment fearing whimps to scared to do anything. Least the UK can hold a riot when it wants to.


I don't see how this would be deserving a riot. If this prick had killed my kid, I would put a bullet between his eyes, but then I'd be called a vigilante gun nut, so really we in the US are damned if we do and damned if we don't.



posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 01:50 PM
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NavyDoc

I don't see how this would be deserving a riot.


It deserves some action.

A kid just got away with 4 murders for being RICH!

If that isnt broken I dont know what is?



posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 01:51 PM
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crazyewok

Unity_99

But an eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth only makes the whole world blind.
edit on 12-12-2013 by Unity_99 because: (no reason given)


That's not the problem. The outrage is that he got special treatment for being rich. Prison being bad or not he should have got the same punishment as everyone else.

If therapy was standard sentencing for this for all people I doubt there would be thread here. Its the fact he didn't get the standard sentence.

Plus a 500k luxury resort? No way, it should be a standard psychiatric ward of a hospital.


Was it because he was rich or just another example of the psychobabble that has ruined our justice system? We have poor people who get off for similar reasons: that they were socially or culturally deprived, that their criminal acts were just a disease, that they were victims of something or another. It is always someone else's fault.





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