28 January 2010

I have just one question here

In all of those three dozen inquest exhibits... did the jury get to see a single picture of the battered, bloody corpse of Kathleen Hart... because in the weepy, con-sucking CBC article... she gets a total of ONE SINGLE SENTENCE...

"He was serving a 17-year-sentence for manslaughter for the beating death of his common-law wife."
Now, despite this... and contrary to all logic and reason... guess who gets to be the victim here. Here's a hint... it's not Kathleen Hart.

Think of it this way, Peace Moonbeam... ol' Martin just balanced the cosmic scales.

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FROM THE COMMENTS:
"Manslaughter is a charge for people who accidently run over someone and kill them. Did he accidently beat his wife to death?"


7 comments:

langmann said...

Several things:

Manslaughter is a charge for people who accidently run over someone and kill them. Did he accidently beat his wife to death? Was she provoking him?

Where in the report do they question why this guy had a knife and how to prevent these guys from getting knives while in jail? How about mandatory daily searches?

Having a psychologist available 24 hours a day won't do jack. Maybe a psychiatrist available to prescribe emergency medication might help.

WTF did it take 33 minutes to find this guy bleeding to death?

Anonymous said...

The world is a slightly better place with the elimination of the POS.

Rob C

Balbulican said...

"Manslaughter is a charge for people who accidently run over someone and kill them. Did he accidently beat his wife to death? Was she provoking him?"

Not quite. It can also be murder, committed with malice aforethought, but with extenuating circumstances.

Neo Conservative said...

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"balbulican intones...extenuating circumstances"

oh bully... my leftomatic friend, what would be the "extenuating circumstances" that permitted ol' martin to beat kathleen hart to death?

you guys just can't help yourselves, i guess... no such thing as a bad boy over in the chimp-o-sphere.

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Balbulican said...

Just clarifying what the word "manslaughter" means for langmann, Neo.

langmann said...

Oh I know what it means, balbulican. If you were the genius you think, you'd noticed my not so subtle hint about extenuating circumstances: "Was she provoking him?"

Sarcasm...

You want to address the rest of my points - such as the big elephant in the room : how did this guy get a knife?

Neo Conservative said...

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"bullyboy snarks... Just clarifying what the word "manslaughter" means"

of course, bully... you're so helpful.

curiously though, you... cough, cough... forgot to answer my question.

"oh bully... my leftomatic friend, what would be the 'extenuating circumstances' that permitted ol' martin to beat kathleen hart to death?"

funny how that works.

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