Jussie Smollett Hate Crime Hoax

ysr50

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That Foxx lady must be about as dumb as a post, she might have gotten away with these kind of shenanigans if she dropped the charges against some neighborhood thug, she dropped the charges in a case that's been in the national microscope for a few weeks. And it's very likely going to turn out to be a poor decision on her part.
 

Creasy Bear

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Plus he has a Monster Energy Drink tattoo under his ear...Case dismissed...

BTW they FINALLY found one...I would not be surprised to find this is a fake document...
Also if you read it he was the front seat passenger...And they were trying to attribute the gun in the glove box to him...If it doesn't have his fingerprints it belongs to the driver. What if it were in the trunk? Does it belong to the guy in the rear right or left rear?
It's real.

 

domelogic

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Wow this didn't just blow up in Kim Foxx's face this is a mushroom cloud of a disaster.

She/they don’t care. That much has been proven true since trump ran for president. It is all out in the open because nothing has ever happened to them with no reason they would think that changes.
 

Mags

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She/they don’t care. That much has been proven true since trump ran for president. It is all out in the open because nothing has ever happened to them with no reason they would think that changes.
Exactly. She has a huge support system telling her “it’s all good”. She doesn’t care.
 

Opie&JimmyShow

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No, it's about him using his race and sexuality to file false charges that could have ignited a race war. Had this happened in July and not February I think this goes much differently than it did.

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Now Rahm Emanuel is blaming Trump for creating an environment that caused Jussie to think he could get away with it. How the fuck did he reach that conclusion??? Also, even if it WAS Trump's fault that the idiot thought he'd get away with it, 100% of the blame still lies with Jussie for thinking he SHOULD do it. Also, if it's Trump's fault for creating such an awful environment, why did the stupid fuck have to fake an attack? And what does Trump have to do with Rahm' and the PD's theory that he did it for publicity?
 

mascan42

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Now Rahm Emanuel is blaming Trump for creating an environment that caused Jussie to think he could get away with it. How the fuck did he reach that conclusion??? Also, even if it WAS Trump's fault that the idiot thought he'd get away with it, 100% of the blame still lies with Jussie for thinking he SHOULD do it. Also, if it's Trump's fault for creating such an awful environment, why did the stupid fuck have to fake an attack? And what does Trump have to do with Rahm' and the PD's theory that he did it for publicity?
I think his point was if it wasn't for Trump, nobody would've believed the story for a second, but because Orange Man Bad, anything is possible these days.

In other words, it's Trump's fault for being such an easy target for liberals to blame.
 

JoeyDVDZ

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At the end of all of this Trump/Dems/Collusion/Smollett shit, imagine if they all (McCabe, Rosenstein, Comey, every jerkoff we ever heard of since Obama was in office) including Trump, Obama & HRC, did a live, televised press conference to announce that we've all been part of the biggest, most complex reality TV show in human history...

That would be one epic as fuck gotcha to the American people. I think I'd have to laugh at it.:haha7:
 
I think his point was if it wasn't for Trump, nobody would've believed the story for a second, but because Orange Man Bad, anything is possible these days.

In other words, it's Trump's fault for being such an easy target for liberals to blame.
Yeah, but it's still a bullshit argument for him to make, not that that's ever stopped him before. Trump wasn't in office when Matthew Sheppard was beaten to death.
 
This is actually turning out better than if he’d just been prosecuted.
Nah it ain't.
He can gloat about being innocent and the victim without going through the commotion and uncertainty of a trial.
He, and his lawyer, can call the cops incompetent, blast the DA for having no case, and call the brothers liars because nothing, officially, says otherwise.
While the bigger fish, the Chicago DA is being exposed, he skates.

Is what it is.

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Floyd1977

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Nah it ain't.
He can gloat about being innocent and the victim without going through the commotion and uncertainty of a trial.
He, and his lawyer, can call the cops incompetent, blast the DA for having no case, and call the brothers liars because nothing, officially, says otherwise.
While the bigger fish, the Chicago DA is being exposed, he skates.

Is what it is.

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That aspect does suck. And it’s unjust if he doesn’t suffer any repercussions (yet to see how this affects his career), but I want to think most sane people now see his story as bullshit. And that getting off the hook (as far as Chicago is concerned anyway) was politically motivated. I think even a lot of liberals would have a hard time proclaiming his innocence with a straight face.
 

Ballbuster1

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Oops...


http://www.ilpba.org/announcements/7249825

The Illinois Prosecutors Bar Association serves as the voice for nearly 1,000 front line prosecutors across the State who work tirelessly towards the pursuit of justice. The events of the past few days regarding the Cook County State’s Attorney’s handling of the Jussie Smollett case is not condoned by the IPBA, nor is it representative of the honest ethical work prosecutors provide to the citizens of the State of Illinois on a daily basis.


The manner in which this case was dismissed was abnormal and unfamiliar to those who practice law in criminal courthouses across the State. Prosecutors, defense attorneys, and judges alike do not recognize the arrangement Mr. Smollett received. Even more problematic, the State’s Attorney and her representatives have fundamentally misled the public on the law and circumstances surrounding the dismissal.


The public has the right to know the truth, and we set out to do that here.


When an elected State’s Attorney recuses herself from a prosecution, Illinois law provides that the court shall appoint a special prosecutor. See 55 ILCS 5/3-9008(a-15). Typically, the special prosecutor is a neighboring State’s Attorney, the Attorney General, or the State Appellate Prosecutor. Here, the State’s Attorney kept the case within her office and thus never actually recused herself as a matter of law.


Additionally, the Cook County State’s Attorney’s office falsely informed the public that the uncontested sealing of the criminal court case was “mandatory” under Illinois law. This statement is not accurate. To the extent the case was even eligible for an immediate seal, that action was discretionary, not mandatory, and only upon the proper filing of a petition to seal. See 20 ILCS 2630/5.2(g)(2). For seals not subject to Section 5.2(g)(2), the process employed in this case by the State’s Attorney effectively denied law enforcement agencies of legally required Notice (See 20 ILCS 2630/5.2(d)(4)) and the legal opportunity to object to the sealing of the file (See 20 ILCS 2630/5.2(d)(5)). The State’s Attorney not only declined to fight the sealing of this case in court, but then provided false information to the public regarding it.


The appearance of impropriety here is compounded by the fact that this case was not on the regularly scheduled court call, the public had no reasonable notice or opportunity to view these proceedings, and the dismissal was done abruptly at what has been called an “emergency” hearing. To date, the nature of the purported emergency has not been publicly disclosed. The sealing of a court case immediately following a hearing where there was no reasonable notice or opportunity for the public to attend is a matter of grave public concern and undermines the very foundation of our public court system.


Lastly, the State’s Attorney has claimed this arrangement is “available to all defendants” and “not a new or unusual practice.” There has even been an implication it was done in accordance with a statutory diversion program. These statements are plainly misleading and inaccurate. This action was highly unusual, not a statutory diversion program, and not in accordance with well accepted practices of State’s Attorney initiated diversionary programs. The IPBA supports diversion programs, and recognizes the many benefits they provide to the community, the defendant and to the prosecuting agency. Central to any diversion program, however, is that the defendant must accept responsibility. To be clear here, this simply was not a deferred prosecution.


Prosecutors must be held to the highest standard of legal ethics in the pursuit of justice. The actions of the Cook County State’s Attorney have fallen woefully short of this expectation. Through the repeated misleading and deceptive statements to the public on Illinois law and circumstances surrounding the Smollett dismissal, the State’s Attorney has failed in her most fundamental ethical obligations to the public. The IPBA condemns these actions.


This irregular arrangement was an affront to prosecutors across the State, the Chicago Police Department, victims of hate crimes, and the people of the City of Chicago and Cook County. We strongly encourage our members and the public to review the National District Attorneys Associations statement on prosecutorial best practices in high profile cases.


Best Regards,

Lee Roupas
President,
Illinois Prosecutors Bar Association
 

BIV

I'm Biv Dick Black, the Over Poster.
Oh...please have her get disbarred....
 
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