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Internet abuse leads to mug shot proposal

Apr 5, 2013 | 2 Comments

By Jeb Bladine
Of the News-Register

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08:13 pm - Thu, April 4 2013
Michael Tubbs Sr said:
Just because it's 'generally accepted' doesn't make it right. Don't get arrested?

Well, Mr Bladine, may I so boldly suggest, that if cops didn't arrest innocent people, and D.A's only charged the guilty with crimes, then there would be no need for trials .

A guy just got released the other day after spending 42 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. It's been proven time and time again that even the innocent will plead guilty to crimes they did not commit out of fearing the mountains of charges that can be heaped upon them by those with only one thing in mind, and that is self-served interest, not justice served..

10:49 am - Sat, April 6 2013
silencedogood said:
I agree Michael, sometimes the real criminals are wearing suits, robes and badges.

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