Thursday, January 24, 2008
What You Do and Don't Do
If you’ve been wrongfully imprisoned for over a decade because of the ego and arrogance of a law enforcer and “because I was the easiest suspect to go after,” you talk like Tim Masters in CO, who seems to have learned a lot of valuable lessons about authority and our crim just [sic] process while working with officials. If you’ve negligently homicided someone, you don’t talk like this woman who got caught on tape laughing about and deriding the person she killed. Got her almost maxed out on her sentence despite her remorseful [sic] courtroom claims of learning her lesson and wanting to do right in the future. I’m betting you’ll need your anti-depressants when you’ve finished these two stories.