Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Now, That's Justice!

Let's play, "You Be The Judge And Jury." I'll give you a situation, and you render appropriate judgment, okay? Here we go.

Two illegals (hereafter called "criminals") were caught on a ranch in Texas by a "vigilante" group that was formed to stop the flow of illegal immigration. These two criminals later accused the group that caught them of hitting one of them with a pistol- a charge that was denied. The criminals also said that the group gave them cookies, water, and a blanket and let them go after about an hour.

That's it. Those are the facts... now you decide what should be done. I'll wait...


Okay, ready? Did you say that the criminals should be awarded the 70 acre ranch belonging to the man they accuse of hitting one of them? Well, if not, then you were wrong... because that is exactly what happened.


Normal people may now commence righteous indignation and burning outrage. Liberals may commence nodding in agreement and being glad that the courts are watching out for the little people.

Hat tip to Stealth Fighter.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

My God!! Isn't there anyway to appeal this decision?


23/8/05 18:28  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, I think it would fall on deaf ears. We've built a house of cards in this country and the illegals are knocking it down in record numbers.

23/8/05 18:58  
Anonymous Tsar Lazar said...

This is the best argument I can think of for supporting the Minuteman Project.

Judge in this case.
Some assembly required.

(with apologies to the Emperor Misha I)

Pomoze Bog.
Tsar Lazar

23/8/05 21:48  
Blogger Barbara said...

What kind of world do we live in, that illegals can be awarded for coming on property illegally? I noticed the lawyer who represented these illegals are from my state - makes me sick!

Is Your House Really Yours?

23/8/05 22:49  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We live in the kind of world that lets this happen and you can bet that this is a landmark case for them and they'll be using it for precedent.

Be afraid.

24/8/05 06:11  
Anonymous Tsar Lazar said...

"you can bet that this is a landmark case for them and they'll be using it for precedent."

Indeed, which is why the Roberts nomination is so important. We need to take the SC back to a more constructionist view, so that outrages like this won't become entrenched in "precendent" and be used against US citizens in the future.

Pomoze Bog.
Tsar Lazar

24/8/05 07:12  

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