I’m taking it so seriously I have $100 set aside to help fund the appeal. How about you?
(Not sure if the prosecutor who plans to appeal will get back to me, but that’s the plan. I guess if he doesn’t get back to me, I’ll donate to an abuse and victimization fund, and provide the evidence of said action.)
While you’re looking for the judge’s name to add to the post you might want to edit the title. "Gentleman’ doesn’t seem a good fit. If he is out on his own recognizance during the week presumably he has to wear a sign around his neck warning people about his lack of moral judgement.
“This defendant deserves nothing less than a prison cell for his actions and that is what we will be stressing to Judge Viviano Thursday morning or we will be appealing the sentence, plain and simple,” Smith said in the release.
There’s an anti-ad blocker thing in place, but if you have an article reading mode, you can select the text and do a +1 Caesarean shift. Yes, really.
Turning Point began in 1980 through the grassroots efforts of community volunteers who wanted to provide a safe place for victims of domestic violence Turning Point opened with a 15-bed shelter and 24-hour crisis line. In 1986 sexual assault intervention and prevention were added to our mission. Located in the Metro Detroit, Tri-County area, Turning Point has a long history of providing advocacy for domestic and sexual assault survivors, both locally and throughout the State of Michigan
I have to say, I’ve become disenchanted to the point of nihilism with the “effect” of online discussion on… well, anything at all. You want to move the needle? It’s all about the
Sadly, dank gif memes have yet to change the world