Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by skylarbrie, Nov 4, 2015.
looks like an Asian with down syndrome to me.
He looks retarded like literal Downs Syndrome.
Looks like Corky.
I'd vote guilty.
when a guy has one broad say he hit her or raped her you can see being not so quick to pile on the guy
when it's loads of broads coming forward it's harder to think something ain't up
where there's smoke there's fire---these sayings are around for a reason
the blacker the berry/ the sweeter the juice
We just had a retired cop here in NJ...plead guilty to sex with a minor(his 17 yr old employee)...No jail time, gets to keep his pension...Move along,nothing to see here folks
The potential black jurors couldnt get time off work.
I'm not quite sure I understand the significance of the title of this thread. The insinuation is certainly clear enough - white people will be unable to dispense justice in a case where a black person is the alleged victim. This kind of flawed logic, however presents two major problems:
1) It automatically presumes that the defendant is guilty. I hopefully don't need to explain any further why this is troubling, and
2) The author (and OP? ) is casting aspersions on the integrity of the jurors before they have even heard the case or rendered their decision.
This whole article sounds like nothing more than a transparent attempt at the basest form of race baiting. Perhaps we should wait until the evidence is presented and the judgement entered before we throw the voir dire system out with the bath water.
so, an all black jury would be better?
Lotta that going on these days...can't even open Yahoo news anymore...what the fuck is their agenda? War on white people?
That's not a good thing. Negative points for raping ugly reggies.
That's such bullshit. He is supposed to be judged by a jury of his peers.
...it should have been 12 white cops about his same age.
noun: peer; plural noun: peers
a member of the nobility in Britain or Ireland, comprising the ranks of duke, marquess, earl, viscount, and baron.
synonyms:aristocrat, lord, lady, peer of the realm, peeress, noble, nobleman,noblewoman, titled man/woman, patrician; More
a person of the same age, status, or ability as another specified person.
"he has incurred much criticism from his academic peers"
synonyms:equal, coequal, fellow, confrere; More
verb: peer; 3rd person present: peers; past tense: peered; past participle: peered; gerund or present participle: peering
make or become equal with or of the same rank.
Well, at least he's not racist, so you know, he's got that going for him.