Monday, April 07, 2014

I Admit, I'm Having Trouble With This

I have just learned that the judge in Bill White's case, the one now lying in the hospital and apparently on the verge of death, has a very good excuse for being there.



Nobody of that age has any right to decide the fate of another human being. This man could have been Solomon himself back in his day, but I don't care what he once was, the mind simply does not function at the age of 90 in any sufficient capacity to justify placing the life of Bill White or anybody else in his hands. 

I'm sorry, this throws me for a loop. I always thought there was some kind of mandatory retirement age for federal judges, other than Supreme Court Justices. 

God damn this foul country and the scum who rule it.


Anonymous SpenglersGhost said...

"Turk was a Staff Sergeant in the United States Army during World War II, from 1943 to 1946." Not just in his 90's but very likely to have ppolitical prejudice towards Nazi's in court.

7:19 PM  
Anonymous FasciNation said...

The judge is dying, an unquestioned key witness is running the Bill White site, US citizens have been cited in transcripts without their knowledge or consent, the prosecution has a personal axe to grind, ex-wife committing perjury, unnecessary anonymous jury....whole thing is a laughing stock.

If this goes to another trial, Bill will win hands down. If I were them I would now being trying to drop this like a hot potato.

12:00 AM  
Anonymous Dave said...

Look at it from their POV: It's to their benefit to find a 90 year old "judge" to whom they can feed their lines (and have him approve of anything if they've turned off his O2 tank to get him to answer correctly).

8:54 AM  
Anonymous Robert the Biker said...

Well, at least the guy got to the age of 40ish without having the glory and wonder of the nigger forced on him as an unquestionable doctrine. He may still be able to think for himself instead of just parrot pro jig doctrine.

10:42 AM  

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