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Wednesday, December 07, 2022

I'd have to give the former Mrs Weems a pass on this one

Shanteari Weems, the Baltimore woman accused of shooting her husband during an altercation over him allegedly molesting children at her daycare, pleaded guilty to gun and assault charges on Monday.

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  1. I think she should get a medal. but that is just me. mom told me a long time ago.
    EVERYONE HAS THE RIGHT TO SAY NO. of course that didn't apply to house hold duties
    we kids had to do. just like rape is a crime of power most of the time and not sex.
    but I think anyone who goes around fucking with kids should be set on fire alive.
    just like I could not be a cop. a lot of assholes would not make it to the station alive.
    my dad always said I looked at the world in black and white.

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    1. My Mama always said there has to be a special place in Hell for those who harm children.

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  2. I wanted to be a LEO until facing the fact of my behavior; I'd either get run up for cutting a young driver a break then they subsequently crash into the proverbial bus load of nuns or I'd go crook on some offender in extra-judicial manner. And I'm anything but a badass.

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  3. from the article
    "Weems, a retired Baltimore police officer, was hospitalized after the shooting involving his wife. He was treated for multiple gunshot wounds and was eventually discharged"

    a. She didn't bring enough gun
    2. Cops ( retired) molesting children. I'm shocked, shocked, I say

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  4. A grave, grave injustice has been done. Good for her for taking the action she took. If more people did, less people would have to.

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  5. In some other states, a jury trial would have been the way to go. Find for the defendant and award her a million or so.

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  6. Unless they offered her a helluva "deal", She should have taken a chance on a jury of her peers. Had I been a juror on a case such as that one, I'd have "hung it up" in a heartbeat. Jury nullification is becoming the only hope for persons such as this lady. With all of these early releases (especially of repeat sexual deviants, murders, and robbers) combined with the insane "no bail" polices vigilantism will increase. The left is doing all they can to promote violence across America.

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    1. bu thr prosecutor and the judge would ensure you never heard the reason for the shooting.

      "control the information and you control the narrative"

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  7. All those who support her husband should be locked in the same cell with him.

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  8. Back in 1920, my grandmother was coming home from baby-sitting at dusk. Some guy flashed her and she ran the rest of the way home. As luck would have it, she got home at the same time that her dad and brother got home from hunting. Her father heard her out and said, "Walk so many paces in front of me. Let's find this guy."

    At this point, my grandmother realized that her 8 year old grandson (me) was listening intently and stopped telling the story. At this point, I'm very disappointed to not know the ending.

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  9. She should never have taken the plea. At least one person on a jury would have sided with her, especially if she took the stand and explained her motive: "I didn't want that asshole to ever do that to another child". She also needs range time.

    Nemo

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  10. It seems like there's more going on here than we know.

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