Skip to comments.What should Mel Gibson's punishment be? (VANITY)
Posted on 07/30/2006 7:49:33 PM PDT by Hildy
Since so many here want so much to forgive Mel Gibson for his anti-semetic tirade and beligerent behavior towards law enforcement I was trying to come up with the best punishment. I think I got it. Besides the obligatory fine, I think the Judge should sentence him to 500 hours community service at the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust. What do you all think his sentence should be?
What do you think?
I think he should get what anyone else gets. No more no less.
I think you're trying to fan more flames. Don't you think we have enought threads about this?
I like Mel; but that sounds like a reasonable thing to me. I'd don't think anyone can get his father back in the States though.
Might do him a world of good though.
I think he should have to wear Michael Moore's worn underwear, on his head, for a day.
Gibson should be charged with breaking Ireland and Russia of the evil habit of drinking.
Drafted into the IDF.... He might get over his Jew thing that way.
Send him to live with the jihadis.
500 hours of listening to Hillary speeches.
Gibson should make the movie, "Life of Mohammed".
She owns the franchise and is clearly on a high...
I wouldn't cut his hours in half for anything; his father is beyond help, imo.
But what a great idea!
I think that punishment is appropriate. I think he should sit with some holocaust survivors and get a clue.
Do you want him to trip and fall?
You mean punished like you or I would get, or like son-of-the-Swimmer Kennedy got?
If he went into such a tirade, it is not actionable by the courts. No punishment.
These threads seem to interest you enough to come on every time.
He should not be allowed to drive, again. And he needs to have his mouth washed out with soap... He's a bad example for his tons of kids... a WILLIAM WALLACE he is NOT.
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