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  •  Keep up with that persecution complex. (0+ / 0-)

    You come into diaries of POC on a routine basis, knowing exactly who they are, and proceed to piss all over them.  You don't "enter truthful information," you inject your own woefully uninformed opinion as to matters that WE know inside and out because we live them every single day (and many of us have worked in relevant fields professionally, as well).  Yet you take issue with everything, regardless of facts presented, because you apparently feel the need to invalidate our experiences and history.  That is, by definition, the height of rudeness.  It is also racist.  And the fact that you persist in behaving as though your are so blind that you cannot see your own repeated rude behavior, and instead constantly feel the need to paint yourself a victim here, speaks volumes about what's really going on underneath.

    I'm done trying to explain your appallingly rude behavior here.  Everyone else can clearly see it for what it is, and have done so for a while now.

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    by Aji on Fri Nov 11, 2011 at 06:04:19 AM PST

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    •  Completely backwards. (0+ / 0-)

      I present facts.  The person I responded to in this thread asked how a person could kill someone and be given only a $5000 fine.

      I explained, quite accurately, that the $5000 fine was not for 'killing someone'.  Murder.. manslaughter.. those were not the charges that the person was convicted for.  The prosecutor could not prove those charges.

      That is the answer to the question, stated quite directly in the title of my comment.. 'It wasn't proven.'

      That's a fact.  An undeniable one.

      That's what I brought to the diary..  honesty.  

      And I don't even get my little feelings hurt when others go berserk and froth at the mouth with hyperbole.  Knock yourself out.  

      Doesn't change the facts.

      "To pass these defendants a poisoned chalice is to put it to our own lips as well." Justice Robert Jackson, Chief Prosecutor, Nuremberg.

      by Wayward Son on Fri Nov 11, 2011 at 01:28:19 PM PST

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