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I'm tired of reading Tony's name streaming across the board in big blue lettering 24 hours a day, and I believe many other's feel the same. He will be judged by his peers in court. At least find someone else to feature, off and on, or better yet, find something positive that we can learn by.
The trial is over the only thing that remains is the sentencing. The scrolling notice is there at the request of members who wanted to be notified with the results of the trial. I imagine Ponee will take it down in a few days. Learn from Phoney, fraud and crime does not pay.
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You all are right and I'm wrong, but pleading guilty doesn't mean much if the judge can't get the job done to most everyone's liking, so let's see what happens at the sentencing. Then you can get madder than hell, when the judge is lenient, or happier than heaven, if the judge throws the proverbial book at him. Either way I have nothing to say about it, but I do know the judicial process is not predictable. You only have to look at all the vicious killers who got off on legal technicalities, and the poor innocents who went to the gas chambers for someone else's crime. The streaming message is still childish, to say the least. I detest criminals as much as the rest of you, and if I had my way, the punishments for serious crimes would be so severe no one would risk comminting them.
Thanks, Ponee, responses like your's make the heart's of all vets , from all the wars, grow warm and fuzzy.@Ponee wrote:You are welcome Jerry ! And, I thank you and all others for your service. I greatly appreciate the sacrifices you have all made.
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