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Bill
03-21-2007, 08:30 PM
I love the case at the beginning of this article - 19 year old white boy kills black mother and child with truck - for punishment he is ordered to send the family a _christmas card_ evey year.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/chi-0703120170mar12,0,1435953.story

"And then there is the case that most troubles Cherry and leaders of the Texas NAACP, involving a 14-year-old black freshman, Shaquanda Cotton, who shoved a hall monitor at Paris High School in a dispute over entering the building before the school day had officially begun.

The youth had no prior arrest record, and the hall monitor--a 58-year-old teacher's aide--was not seriously injured. But Shaquanda was tried in March 2006 in the town's juvenile court, convicted of "assault on a public servant" and sentenced by Lamar County Judge Chuck Superville to prison for up to 7 years, until she turns 21.

Just three months earlier, Superville sentenced a 14-year-old white girl, convicted of arson for burning down her family's house, to probation.

"All Shaquanda did was grab somebody and she will be in jail for 5 or 6 years?" said Gary Bledsoe, an Austin attorney who is president of the state NAACP branch. "It's like they are sending a signal to black folks in Paris that you stay in your place in this community, in the shadows, intimidated."

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Retaliation alleged

"Shaquanda started getting written up a lot after her mother became involved in a protest march in front of a school," said Sharon Reynerson, an attorney with Lone Star Legal Aid, who has represented Shaquanda during challenges to several of the disciplinary citations she received. "Some of the write-ups weren't fair to her or accurate, so we felt like we had to challenge each one to get the whole story."

Among the write-ups Shaquanda received, according to Reynerson, were citations for wearing a skirt that was an inch too short, pouring too much paint into a cup during an art class and defacing a desk that school officials later conceded bore no signs of damage."

stefan segal
03-21-2007, 10:31 PM
I think we could put a fence around texas...but make the mexican side with a hole in it...as we can't just give texas back..the mexicans would smell a rat.

If we set it up that way, not only could we get rid of texas but we could also deport every illegal alien convicted of a crime to mexican texas without pissing off mexico.

This would take some time, and in that time we could get a bill passed through congress to strengthen and heighten the wall on the american side just so no illegal texans could escape into the US.

It's a win//win solution...especially when you consider the alternative...can you imagine the cost to keep texas in the union and make them civilized human beings?

Stefan

Maj.Stress
03-22-2007, 02:57 AM
stephan,
Where in the world did you come up with that? I suppose you'd suport a mason-dixon line too?

stefan segal
03-22-2007, 03:44 AM
Stress...it's the nation-wide distributor of all flavors of crazies...not to mention the oil freaks that are ruining the world.

Where does a government send CIA/FBI to hunt down the opposition party in other States? Where does the most blatent corruption and prejudice occur without popular comment?

But what I wrote was just fun fantasy...nothing I'd stand behind...it was just for my amusement.

I do think they're not quite americanized...in the civil/social sense...more like corrupt third world banana republic in their thinking.

Like some southern states, it is not a place where I would stand on my Constitutional rights if jacked up by some local cop...(I'm talking before butch...nowadays, its not a smart move anywhere...being just a citizen and all)

Stress...are you standing up for texan law abiding civility? If so, I'd like to hear your talking points:)

Stefan

imgonnaeaturlunch
03-22-2007, 11:13 AM
Why does this surprise you. This is the state that produced Tom Delay n " compassionate conservatism" ( can you believe they actually thought they could use it n people bought it). By the way , it's " HICKASS".

exarmyranger
03-22-2007, 04:25 PM
It's a win//win solution...especially when you consider the alternative...can you imagine the cost to keep texas in the union and make them civilized human beings?

Stefan:oldman:If the lord told me I have to spend eternity in... "Hell,or Texas", and I could choose either one,I'd take hell !!!"Cuase I already been to Texas"... :lmao2: ... ex

imgonnaeaturlunch
03-23-2007, 12:24 PM
Hickass state motto; A cow pie in every pot and garage

stefan segal
03-24-2007, 09:25 AM
TEXAS IS BUYING CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS...KEEP YOUR CHILDREN CLOSE!

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/chris-kelly/make-big-by-selling-t_b_44111.html

Chris Kelly: Make Big $$$ By Selling Texas Your Baby
Texas state senator Dan Patrick has a bold new plan to reduce abortions. It involves legalizing the slave trade, and putting it in the hands of big government, but hear him out. Here's how it works: If you're a U.S. citizen, Texas resident, pregnant, and you want an abortion -- and you can prove you really want it -- you may be entitled to $500. All you have to do is carry the fetus to term and sell it to the state. Sure, it sounds like social engineering. But at least there's money involved, so it's also creepy as shit.

exarmyranger
03-24-2007, 10:25 PM
Cheap Sons-a-bitches,you can sell a white newborn,(no questions asked) here in the sunshine state for ten grand,and thats the minimum value set by the east coast's baby brokers,no governmental red tape.Easy to find (the baby brokers)in any large to mid sized city.Just ask a cabby what bar(s) serve as hang-outs for Lawyers,go there order a double shot and a beer chaser.Hand the bartender a $20.00 bill and when he/she brings you your change,say "may I ask you a question?" Oh,keep the change...then "My girlfriend is pregnant,and we do'nt believe in abortion...but there is no way we could support a child...I was told there may be someone who drinks here that can provide an alterative...You'll be aproached before you can finish your beer!I shit you not Bro. ex

Kinky Jones
03-25-2007, 04:43 PM
anybody ever driven I-40 and seen the mile high cross just outside Amarillo? scariest thing I ever seen, the beggining/end of the bible belt is a disturbing sight to say the least, almost as if you cross an imaginary line and everybody's brains get turned off, luckily I wear my tinfoil helmet and body armor whenever I go outside or I mighta gotten zapped too :lmao2:

exarmyranger
03-25-2007, 10:54 PM
anybody ever driven I-40 and seen the mile high cross just outside Amarillo? scariest thing I ever seen, the beggining/end of the bible belt is a disturbing sight to say the least, almost as if you cross an imaginary line and everybody's brains get turned off, luckily I wear my tinfoil helmet and body armor whenever I go outside or I mighta gotten zapped too :lmao2: :confused: You mean that line was just my imagination?:disbelief:
No wonder I could'nt find it on my Official Lone Star State Tourist Welcome Center Information Brochure & Complimentary Discount Coupon Book(a $50.00 value)Texas Road Atlas...Amarrillo,rode on thru.On the way to the land chopped Harley's & Hippie chick's.:oldman: t/c ex

imgonnaeaturlunch
03-26-2007, 11:17 AM
The state of Hickass is a government conspiracy to bring down Mexico. Once the U S gets tired of all the stupid crap that comes outa Hickass ( like the Bushes & Tom delay for starters) they're gonna give it to Mexico & let Hickassans run Mexico outs business.

exarmyranger
03-28-2007, 03:57 PM
The state of Hickass is a government conspiracy to bring down Mexico. Once the U S gets tired of all the stupid crap that comes outa Hickass ( like the Bushes & Tom delay for starters) they're gonna give it to Mexico & let Hickassans run Mexico outs business.
Well I guess we agree on one issue...:rolleyes: ex

Linkster
03-28-2007, 04:14 PM
Just wait till you hear the next story coming out about Gonzales and the Texas Atty Gen and teen gay sex with boys :lmao2:
Should be hitting the news later today

exarmyranger
03-28-2007, 04:35 PM
Just wait till you hear the next story coming out about Gonzales and the Texas Atty Gen and teen gay sex with boys :lmao2:
Should be hitting the news later todayLink.Thanx,I'll be looking for it..Do they have pictures?Joking, :winkwink: Must have watched:pokefun: BrokeBack Mountian one time too many...on those lonley Texas nights! ex

stefan segal
03-28-2007, 05:22 PM
Ex...I already posted the Gonzolas' cover-up with: YOU NEED MORE REASON TO HATE REPUGS AND TEXANS...TRY THIS !

Stefan

exarmyranger
03-28-2007, 07:33 PM
Ex...I already posted the Gonzolas' cover-up with: YOU NEED MORE REASON TO HATE REPUGS AND TEXANS...TRY THIS !

StefanMore reasons to Hate? :rant: Personally in order to "Hate" anyone,or anything.Would require my having some kind of emotional responce,(Joy,Bliss,or Euphoria) :rolleyes: if some of the(or all the afore mentioned)met with some horrible fate...So in light of that,as long my emotion's.(toward our berift of any human values,or thought as to mankind and right,or wrong) legislative branch of the government... I'd prefer less reason.:thumbsup:Thanx all the same though Stefan... :cool: "But I have plenty you know" ex

Kit
03-29-2007, 12:15 AM
There's a little more to the story out of Paris, TX than you've let on.

The girl was offered probabation, but her Mom refused to participate in it and declared her intention to short-circuit it any way she could. Consequently, the state was left with no other option than to send her to Juvie under the condition that she would be released as soon as her behavior got better. It hasn't. In fact, it's gotten worse, so she may very well stay there until she's 18, but it will be by HER choice, not the state's.

In the meantime, the New Black Panthers and other organizations have arrived to stir the pot which, inevitably, has drawn some white supremicists too. Everyone involved, including Mom, are milking this for all it's worth, creating a "crisis" where none need exist.

Bill
03-29-2007, 02:30 AM
There's a little more to the story out of Paris, TX than you've let on.

The girl was offered probabation, but her Mom refused to participate in it and declared her intention to short-circuit it any way she could. Consequently, the state was left with no other option than to send her to Juvie under the condition that she would be released as soon as her behavior got better. It hasn't. In fact, it's gotten worse, so she may very well stay there until she's 18, but it will be by HER choice, not the state's.


I fail to see how that ameliorates the case in any way.

The authorities who sentenced her to jail for seven years for pushing a teacher, who was part of a campaign of harrassment against the girl because of her mother's politics, then offer probation, but the mother refuses because she thinks her kid is innocent and is being punished out of political spite.

So the state imprisions the girl in what one assumes is another texas hellhole and threatens to keep her there longer than before.

And this makes the case less troublesome how...?

Kit
03-29-2007, 04:39 AM
I fail to see how that ameliorates the case in any way.

The authorities who sentenced her to jail for seven years for pushing a teacher, who was part of a campaign of harrassment against the girl because of her mother's politics, then offer probation, but the mother refuses because she thinks her kid is innocent and is being punished out of political spite.

So the state imprisions the girl in what one assumes is another texas hellhole and threatens to keep her there longer than before.

And this makes the case less troublesome how...?


Of course this case is troubling, but no more so than any other case where school children are charged with felonies for adolescent behavior. However, that's another subject.

In this case, the state did NOT sentence her to 7 years in juvvie. She was sentenced to an indefinite period, based upon her own behavior. IF she doesn't moderate her behavior, it COULD turn out to be 7 years, but it's entirely up to her.

As for the child being harrassed because of her Mother's politics? It's possible but highly unlikely. Yes, her Mom is a local racist gadfly, but our school systems down here are run by elected school boards and nobody who tolerated such thing would want to face the voters. Texans are not quite as backward and red neck as you people like to think we are.

In reality, it seems to me that Mom is the one who you should be condemning, not the school, as it is so obviously her who is using a minor event at school to "create" a major issue at the expense of her own daughters wellbeing and freedom.

Kinky Jones
03-29-2007, 05:27 AM
Just wait till you hear the next story coming out about Gonzales and the Texas Atty Gen and teen gay sex with boys :lmao2:
Should be hitting the news later today

yeah read Stefan's thread, the PDF files are fuggin' disgusting, crooked politicians twisting parts of Title 18 to actually protect themselves, that is some real fucking irony

Bill
03-29-2007, 04:30 PM
In reality, it seems to me that Mom is the one who you should be condemning.

Once again, I completely fail to follow your logic.

We should be condemming the mother why?

You seem to be either saying that you have special knowledge that isn't in the article I posted, or that a black woman better keep her mouth shut in texas, and if she don't she deserves to have her kid sentenced to an indefinite stay in kid prison.