ACORN Non-Pimp O’Keefe to Plead Guilty to Misdemeanor

March 27, 2010


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2 Responses to “ACORN Non-Pimp O’Keefe to Plead Guilty to Misdemeanor”

  1. ScienceguyIII on March 27th, 2010 6:43 pm

    This is an outrage–wonder what would have happened if OKeefe were Muslim. Six months in jail vs. the chance to make a fortune and influence American History and the will of 300 million people. Many will look at that as worth the risk. It’s a REWARD! this guy will get out and be hired for more money than he would have made previously.
    What’s next -political assassination? Same line of reasoning–I sacrifice part of my life to influence policy; the ends justify the means, etc.. One gets free food, clothing, shelter and healthcare for killing Cheney or Pelosi? Isn’t OKeefe’s Dad a federal prosecutor? The legal system is a joke; justice and laws are for sale. the Chinese would throw his butt is a salt mine for 30 years; he’d be too tired to throw around rolls of toilet paper. The judge should nix this deal: the ten year max felony conviction is absolutely necessary to stop this type of illegal activity. He chose to work outside the law and should feel the full force of society’s condemnation.

  2. James Stroud on March 29th, 2010 4:15 am

    O’Keefe deserves to have a prison experience that he will remember. One that is geared more towards punishment than correction. He should, at the end of his term, be compelled by his unsavory experiences to author a video exposing the prison system as a cruel institution where the weak and penetrable parts of one’s personality are systematically violated by the most abrasive members of society. He should, at some point, be put into a vulnerable position wherein his sole source of dignity is Hope.

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