Posts Tagged ‘court’

Occupy Los Angeles Sets Up Kangaroo Court

November 8th, 2011 2 comments

This actually made me laugh.  These people remind me of children playing house or night court or something.   They are constantly trying to re-invent the wheel.  They should really grow up.

First things first.  Apparently, there was some criminal activity reported at the Occupy L.A. encampment.  They were kind enough to notify their fellow protesters via a Facebook post:


But the good news is that the suspect will be forced to face his accusers and stand trial.  Only it’s not any official, legal type court, it’s an Occupy L.A. court – a real live  kangaroo court.  They did not specify how they have kept the suspect from fleeing the encampment.  Perhaps they have opened an Occupy Jail House.  See here:




Doesn’t this seem  like some sort of sharia.  I think we should call it, Occupyria.  There, it’s a new word to describe the Occupy court system: Occupyria


Court Allows Left Leaning Political Watchdog Group to File Brief In Support of John Edwards

October 17th, 2011 No comments


Will John Edwards get off?

My guess is YES!  Why?  Because there are TWO AMERICAS!




RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) – A judge overseeing the criminal case against John Edwards has accepted a brief filed by a government watchdog group supporting the former presidential candidate’s position that he didn’t violate federal campaign finance laws.

U.S. District Court Judge Catherine C. Eagles signed an order Monday giving Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington permission to file an amicus brief on Edwards’ behalf.

CREW executive director Melanie Sloan has said the government’s case against Edwards is rooted in an extreme interpretation of campaign finance law that would theoretically criminalize nearly any expenditure by candidates.

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