I am the last SOB on
the planet to advocate the violation of someone's
process of law, but I must ask the question that is begging: Is a TRIAL for
someone who was caught red-handed committing an act of absolutely mindless
fucking terrorism and mass-murder, merely a senseless and expensive formality
for the mere sake of creating the illusion that our legal system works to
protect everyone; and for the sake of creating the media circus that feeds the
American people's insatiable appetite for "true crime entertainment"?
I have to ask what the
FUCK gives us the ILLUSION that we have ANY rights left under the US
Constitution at ALL? Hell.... if all of the REST of us did NOT have their right
to bear arms under the Second
Amendment violated by UNCONSTITUTIONAL "Gun
Control" laws, this fucking maniac would have been shot dead by armed
citizens in that movie theatre, innocent lives would have been saved, and the
town of Aurora, Colorado would have been spared the expense of bringing this
maniac to the bar of "justice". Instead, the tree-huggers and all of the rest of
the various and sundry politically-correct retards try to blame the GUNS, which
can be easily obtained on any street corner by ANY criminal, no matter how many
fucking laws get written into the Penal Code.
If this wasn't so
pathetic, it would be laughable – and on a Web site dedicated to gallows humor,
I'll be laughing my ass off (roflmao)
when they pull the switch and FRY this demented piece of shit.... but it will be
an expensive guffaw
all of us have; paid for by innocent lives lost needlessly, and millions of
dollars worth of superfluous "jurisprudence".
The CNN story has this
maniac brought into a courtroom with a harness under his jumpsuit, which is
chained to the floor. Who does this mother-fucker think he is?
Read the CNN story on: