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Old 01-19-2008, 02:40 AM   #1
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Old 01-19-2008, 03:38 AM   #2
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Yeah a little "street justice" would have simplified the whole thing lol
i.e an ass whoopin as soon as he saw him do it

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I hate those anti-military mother f***kers, dont they understand they have the freedoms they have because of people like us who are willing to put our life on the line to serve our country and fight for that freedom..i think any one against us should be rounded up and put on a c130 straight to iraq and let them see how bad they really have it, or maybe the military should take the week off and see how much they hate us then, i bet they would have a change of heart. Speaking of inconsiderate good for nothing piece of shit mother f'rs, check out this website.. www.godhatesfags.com its a church in kansas that protests against military actions and anything else they feel is not what god wants, including military funerals, im sure some of you all have heard of them. i personally would like to go greet them with with my military issue m-16, let them know how bad the military really is..sorry for the long post, but a-ho's like them just really piss me off....
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They have made this guys a life a living hell. Dont mess with BLOGGERS!

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Old 01-19-2008, 01:34 PM   #6
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i feel ya usmc02tj I think anyone who doesent support their govt. decisions and put signs like this one up should all be exported to a very bad place








EDIT: you know what, after reading that website I think they should all be sent over to my house instead so I can beat the living shit out of them with a f*ing pipe
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Old 01-19-2008, 02:07 PM   #7
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This whole thread boggles the mind. A crime against a Marine who is fighting for our rights which free speech is one. And due process of law which he is pursuing and extending to a lawyer of all people,and protesters who the marine is fighting for their right to protest his involvment in protecting our rights........................I'm dizzy, the only civilized person out of this story is the marine for not snapping that lawyers neck!
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Old 01-19-2008, 02:38 PM   #8
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i feel ya usmc02tj I think anyone who doesent support their govt. decisions and put signs like this one up should all be exported to a very bad place








EDIT: you know what, after reading that website I think they should all be sent over to my house instead so I can beat the living shit out of them with a f*ing pipe
this post made my stomach drop to the 13 ring of hell. I can't believe that these sons of bit*#*$ can actually put these signs up and feel ok about themselves and what they're doing. I am appalled and embarrassed to even be living in the same beautiful country as these jackasses. I wish that they get whats coming to them for doing what their doing. I'm sending pictures of this to a friend of mine who works as a producer at a local news station to see if he can maybe get a story about this put on air. maybe they'll get what they deserve sooner than they expect
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Old 01-19-2008, 03:06 PM   #9
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That church was supposed to show up at a funeral for a soldier here in KY (Ft. Knox). Thankfully it got out that they would be there and the turnout was MUCH more against them then they could have handled... they decided to stay away.
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That church was supposed to show up at a funeral for a soldier here in KY (Ft. Knox). Thankfully it got out that they would be there and the turnout was MUCH more against them then they could have handled... they decided to stay away.

Oh, really committed to their cause. If they are outnumbered, they run away. Why am I not surprised?
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There lucky they aren't over here in NY. It would almost be worth the jail time to take a breaker bar to their heads.
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Old 01-21-2008, 01:07 PM   #12
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They are in the news all the time, I think that is more of what their after than anything. I think the name is Fred Felps, they are from Topeka, KS. They are constantly catching HE@#. These people make me puke.
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wow, the first one was just liek a dick thing to do, but that, that just goes way beyond disrespect, thats , i dont even know the words, who does that at funerals!!!!!!!
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I believe they've even been listed by Homeland Security as a "terrorist" group. They were also thinking of protesting at the funerals for the Virginia Tech shooting because they said if the country didn't condone gay sex then that weird ass kid wouldn't have snapped and shot people. However Virginia has laws about hate groups and since they are listed federally I believe they couldn't get any closer than 2000 yards or something like that so they gave up.
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even from their point of view it doesnt make sense, do they really expect to pick up supproters by bombarding funerals, w/e i just dont understand it at all
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Update

Jay Grodner, the Chicago lawyer who keyed a Marine's car in anger because the car had military plates and a Marine insignia, finally got his day in court last week.

Grodner pleaded guilty in a Chicago courtroom packed with former Marines. Some had Marine pins on their coats, or baseball jackets with the Marine insignia. They didn't yell or call him names. They came to support Marine Sgt. Michael McNulty, whose car Grodner defaced in December, but who couldn't attend because he's preparing for his second tour in Iraq.

Grodner was late to court for the second time in the case. Grodner called Assistant State's Attorney Patrick Kelly, (Marine Corps/Vietnam 1969-1972), informing Kelly that he would be late to court.

"He wanted to avoid the media," Kelly said Friday. "So he's coming a half hour late."

"I don't run my courtroom that way!" responded Judge William O'Malley, ordering Grodner be arrested and held on $20,000 bail when he arrived.
Finally, Grodner strolled in. A short man, wide, wearing a black fedora, dark glasses, a divorce lawyer dressed like some tough guy in the movies.

Grodner told me he'd describe himself as a "radical liberal" who's ready to leave Chicago now with all this negative publicity and move to the south of France and do some traveling.

Judge O'Malley has also traveled, but in his youth. He was a police officer on the West Side during the riots before law school. And before that, he performed another public service. Judge O'Malley served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1961-1964.

During the proceedings, the judge described the offense as anger rose in his voice, especially as Grodner started balking on a plea arrangement he'd made with prosecutors.

"Is this what you did? Yes or no," Judge O'Malley asked Grodner.

"Without knowing, yes," Grodner said, sticking to his I-might-have-done-it-but-didn't-really-mean-it defense.

O'Malley asked again, in a stronger voice, not that of a judge but of a cop on the street or a Marine who meant business.

"DID YOU KNOWINGLY CAUSE DAMAGE TO THIS CAR?" O'Malley asked.

Grodner bowed his head, meekly, and responded in an equally meek voice:

"Yes," he said.

After the admission, came the details and Grodner was lucky, getting off with a misdemeanor and no jail time, and not a felony even though he caused $2,400 in damage to Sgt. McNulty's car.

So Grodner received a $600 fine, which will go to a Marine charity, 30 hours of community service and a year of court supervision. If he doesn't pay up in a month, the judge promised to put him in jail for a year.

Judge O'Malley had something to say. He looked out into his courtroom, at all those men who'd come to support a Marine they didn't know.

"You caused damage to this young Marine sergeant's car because you were offended by his Marine Corps license plates," said Judge O'Malley.

Grodner stood there, hands behind his back. He grasped the fingers of his left hand with his right, and held it there, so they wouldn't wiggle.

"You're probably also wondering why there was a whole crowd of people here, Mr. Grodner," said Judge O'Malley.

"I don't want to wonder," said Grodner, continuing in his new meek voice, not in his tough divorce lawyer voice, but the gentle, inside voice he'd just learned.

"That's because there is a little principle that the Marine Corps has had since 1775," the judge continued. "When they fought and lost their lives so that people like you could enjoy the freedom of this country.
It is a little proverb that we follow:

"No Marine is left behind.

"So Sgt. McNulty couldn't be here. But other Marines showed up in his stead. Take him away," said the judge and former Marine.

They took Grodner away, he was processed, and everyone left. The lobby was dark, quiet, except for two court deputies running the metal detector. Then Grodner came through an inside door, put his fedora back on, the dark glasses, a tough guy again.

We stood outside, in the parking lot, talking for 20 minutes. He smoked, and I didn't. He explained that he wasn't anti-military and why he pleaded guilty.

"The judge, he's the guy with the black robes," Grodner said. He could have been slapped with a felony, but Sgt. McNulty's family said they wanted to put this behind them and let it go as a misdemeanor. Grodner showed no remorse, and I asked if he'd apologize.

"Yes, I'd say, 'I'm sorry if I scratched your car.' It escalated. That's when he wanted me locked up and thrown away," said Grodner, always the victim.

Grodner tells me he plans to leave for the French Riviera and get some sun.

Sgt. McNulty will get some sun, too. In Iraq.

Source: (http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/o...i_tab01_layout)
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