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  • #76
    I really really hope he is telling the truth and I want to see how people are going to back peddle their filth.

    I mean everyone is so opinionated but noone can really give me evidence NOT to believe him because NOTHING has been released to the public.

    Have you seen any evidence?
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    • #77
      Originally posted by Loveguru View Post
      I really really hope he is telling the truth and I want to see how people are going to back peddle their filth.

      I mean everyone is so opinionated but noone can really give me evidence NOT to believe him because NOTHING has been released to the public.

      Have you seen any evidence?
      You can say this about most other cases. But why would the police be lying? They will have to present their case so I'm sure whatever evidence they have will come out.

      I still don't know how those two guys were linked to the attack
      I am the maniac, I am the ghoul
      I'm in the shadows in the corners of my room

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      • #78
        The two guys were seen on CCTV in the area and turns out they know Jussie. They revealed the whole plot. They may be lying but who knows?

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        • #79
          Originally posted by DnBLover View Post
          But why would the police be lying?
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          • #80
            Originally posted by DnBLover View Post
            You can say this about most other cases. But why would the police be lying? They will have to present their case so I'm sure whatever evidence they have will come out.

            I still don't know how those two guys were linked to the attack

            Police lie all the time.

            I work for the prosecution sometimes and you will be shocked how ANNOYING it gets when you waste time building a case then half way realise that the evidence was tempered like hell
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            • #81
              People say Chicago PD is the most corrupt one in US.
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              • #82
                The fact that this happened in Chicago is why the story is a constant evolving mess.
                The Chicago PD has covered so many hate crime.
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                • #83
                  Haven’t those two Nigerian brothers come forward and said he paid them to do it? There is even footage of them in the store buying the MAGA hats and masks and of them roaming the street out late on CCTV. He was willing to let two innocent men go to jail (as there were two white guys in question) all in the name of getting a pay rise and simaltaneously trying to convince people Trump supporters are all going around assaulting people.

                  Has anyone seen that interview of him talking about it? There are so many things that don’t make sense...I mean if it does all turn out to be true and the police are part of some conspiracy to cover it up (and people say conservatives are the only ones into conspiracies lol) then even when he’s telling the truth he looks like he is acting badly.

                  If he is telling the truth then what happened is dreadful and those guys were scum but I still stand by what I said that people are just out make the other side look as bad as possible and largley people who support Trumps policies are not bad people who would do anything like this.
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                  • #84
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                    • #85
                      Mess
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                      • #86
                        Indicted on 16 felony counts, he faces up to 64 years in prison.

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                        • #87
                          Originally posted by MusicJunk90 View Post
                          Indicted on 16 felony counts, he faces up to 64 years in prison.
                          I'm sorry but this is insane. The US judicial system is insane.
                          Ok he faked this, but he didn't injure anyone but himself. I understand his acts may have broader consequences but he's not being tried on those.

                          64 years? It's pathetic. He doesn't need to go to jail, he already has enough punishment.
                          I am the maniac, I am the ghoul
                          I'm in the shadows in the corners of my room

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                          • #88
                            Well that's just ridiculous.

                            The first amendment (and the US judicial system when it's been challenged to rule on cases) permits you to stand on a street corner and advocate for beating the shit out of a minority in the name of free speech, or celebrate a historical genocide like the Nazi Holocaust in the name of your right to free speech but this crime (which I grant you is a horrid one) will potentially get you 64 years?

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                            • #89
                              No way will he be put away for 64 years, I reckon a max of 3 years.

                              I read that Kamala Harris was pushing for an anti-lynching bill (Wtf?) and it passed after this incident, coincidental?
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                              • #90
                                He shouldn't go to jail for any length of time IMO.

                                He has been crucified publicly already, his public profile - on which he relies for employment - is permanently tarnished. What he should be compelled to do now is some form of outreach work with the LGBT community and victims of violence on a wider scale, whereby he is publicly seem to repent for his actions and is forced to come to terms with the impact his actions may directly or indirectly have.

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                                • #91
                                  I would say he should serve some time. He wasted thousands upon thousands of money by wasting police time. He tried to make this into a race thing which could honestly have untold consequences.

                                  There's no way he should serve 64 years but I think he should at least serve a few months or at the very least a suspended sentence.

                                  The damage he could have done should be taken into consideration.
                                  Rolling back the rivers in time...

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                                  • #92
                                    The issue here is that apparently he is tried for every lie he told. So he said a bunch of.different lies, and he's tried on all of them. Which doesn't make any sense as they are all connected.
                                    I am the maniac, I am the ghoul
                                    I'm in the shadows in the corners of my room

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                                    • #93
                                      Whatever costs this investigation has incurred, he should pay for. I imagine it's in the 5 figure mark. Does he have that kind of $? Perhaps a lengthy amount of community service will do, as long as it's value to the tax payer is equal to what he cost them. If not, lock him up for a little while as a deterrent.

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                                      • #94
                                        Originally posted by ludichris View Post
                                        Whatever costs this investigation has incurred, he should pay for. I imagine it's in the 5 figure mark. Does he have that kind of $? Perhaps a lengthy amount of community service will do, as long as it's value to the tax payer is equal to what he cost them. If not, lock him up for a little while as a deterrent.
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                                        • #95

                                          Charges against him dropped. SO Gurls What's good?
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                                          • #96
                                            Originally posted by BeeBoy View Post

                                            Charges against him dropped. SO Gurls What's good?
                                            To be fair that doesnt mean he's innocent it just means they didn't have enough to charge him. That doesn't mean he didn't do it.
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                                            • #97
                                              Originally posted by BehindBreakaway View Post
                                              I would say he should serve some time. He wasted thousands upon thousands of money by wasting police time. He tried to make this into a race thing which could honestly have untold consequences.

                                              There's no way he should serve 64 years but I think he should at least serve a few months or at the very least a suspended sentence.

                                              The damage he could have done should be taken into consideration.
                                              You can't really prosecute someone on what could've happened though - surely there's more value in him doing a significant amount of outreach work, paying for all legal costs and dealing with the consequences than putting him in jail (where he will undoubtedly cost the tax payer considerably more than the incurred legal costs anyway)?

                                              Pleased to see that all charges are dropped.

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                                              • #98
                                                His career is over though.

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                                                • #99
                                                  Originally posted by Marchum View Post
                                                  His career is over though.
                                                  And that's a good thing?
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                                                  • Originally posted by Wayne View Post
                                                    You can't really prosecute someone on what could've happened though - surely there's more value in him doing a significant amount of outreach work, paying for all legal costs and dealing with the consequences than putting him in jail (where he will undoubtedly cost the tax payer considerably more than the incurred legal costs anyway)?

                                                    Pleased to see that all charges are dropped.
                                                    OK I get that but take this scenario for instance. OK so say someone is planning a terror attack. They are planning on going to a church and shoot the congregation. They get found out and get stopped before anything happens. Should they then not be branded a terrorist because they didn't actually go in and shoot someone? No. What could have happened would be taken into account. So why should this be any different?
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