View Single Post
  #7  
Old 06 August 2011, 01:28 AM
DesertRat's Avatar
DesertRat DesertRat is offline
 
Join Date: 02 May 2004
Location: Jacksonville, NC
Posts: 6,282
Default

While I respect that the situation in New Orleans was chaotic and that people can make legitimate mistakes in that kind of uncertainty, any potential sympathy I might have had for the accused pretty much dried up upon learning the efforts they took after the fact to obscure the facts and obstruct justice. If their actions were an honest mistake, they would presumably have the moral courage and confidence to stand up and face scrutiny. Their actions strongly suggest they knew what they were doing was wrong at the moment they were doing it; moreover, since they'd established a pattern of dishonesty, why should I believe them now?

F**k 'em. The jury made the right call.
Reply With Quote