All charges dropped against the taker of Kate Steinle's life.
He's innocent, the gun did it.
My question -
Since this was the fault of the gun and the gun alone....apparently, right?
Will the gun receive a death sentence and be sent to a watery grave,perhaps the very same water that it jumped into, after it took a life?
Solid use of sarcasm, the Irish judge gave that a ten. Well played.
The use of irony to mock or convey contempt.
I didn't see any sarcasm. All I saw was honesty. Or, at least it was honest sarcasm.
I think it's more along the lines of trying to make some sense out of cazy.
Was O.J's trial in California?
The jury had a number of choices to make. They could have gone with a second degree verdict, involuntary manslaughter or consider a first degree murder verdict.
I think that it is the democrats and Obama that killed her. If the Immigration Laws were enforced, which Obama refused to do, he wouldn't have been in the country to even find the gun.
end of case.
The jury knew that they only had one choice considering where they live. Just saying. And that is where they went for their own safety.
So much for the jury system and justice for all.It is sad when a country cannot follow its own laws because of fear.
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