He gave an admission to law enforcement in January and is remorseful of what he has done. There's no reason or explanation, it was out of his character. He's thankful he got probation and accepts the judges sentence," said Smiths attorney Leslie Ballin.
Imagine that. The first and only time in his career that the poor schmuck has ever lied and he gets caught. </sarcasm>
So, do you think he's sorry he did the crime, or just sorry that he got caught? </rhetorical>
posted on 12/10/2010 8:46:47 AM PST
by Ol' Dan Tucker
(People should not be afraid of the government. Governement should be afraid of the people)
To: Ol' Dan Tucker
I have no idea if, or for what, he is sorry for. If he did commit a crime, he should be punished. My response to you was in regards to your characterization that all cops are liars. Now you know that is not true, and if you still state so, you are being disingenuous.
posted on 12/10/2010 2:35:58 PM PST
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