Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by skylarbrie, Apr 26, 2015.
Can we play "Guess The Race"?
heres a clue of the race:
Shoulda stopped off for a slice.
Five star thread. Filled with information.
He was scared of the back of the jackets in the alley, yeah seems justified.
all I know is that this cop looks more like some sleazy European suit salesman than a cop
he's a little too well groomed to not be up to something
Op is apparently so butthurt that they purposely mislead the few that read their threads by posting a false headline and a very long, low-resolution photo... Lol
We need a thread producing tutor
Forum retardation is not a laughing matter.
I call bullshit on this.......If it happened the way I read it......That fuck should be getting his asshole stretched by a gang in the cell block he so richly deserves to be in......For life.........
Pic please. I need something to masturbate to.
he fired over his shoulder??
what the fuck does he think he is Annie Oakley?
He wasn't found not guilty, the charges were dismissed, apparently the judge dismissed the charges because he was "undercharged"
On Monday, Judge Dennis Porter made a decision that shocked lovers of justice across the nation. Presiding over the case against Chicago Police Officer Dante Servin, who shot and killed Rekia Boyd three years ago, Judge Porter dismissed all of the charges against Officer Servin, because:
... prosecutors failed to prove that Dante Servin acted recklessly, saying that Illinois courts have consistently held that anytime an individual points a gun at an intended victim and shoots, it is an intentional act, not a reckless one. He all but said prosecutors should have charged Servin with murder, not involuntary manslaughter.
Servin cannot be retried on a murder charge because of double-jeopardy protections, according to his attorney, Darren O'Brien.
In other words, State's Attorney Anita Alvarez undercharged Dante Servin with a lesser crime that could not be proven whereas evidence and multiple eyewitnesses could show first or second degree murder. Come below the fold for more evidence that Alvarez deliberately undercharged Servin.