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In case you were wondering how tough Baltimore City's prosecutors and judges are on crime...

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He was on tv with his followers after the deal was first made.  It took all he had not to laugh as he was interviewed.  The followers were laughing their asses off in the background.

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Update on Bullock's sentencing: the videos were not mentioned by prosecution or judge in court just now. Sentence remains same

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Moseby only has a desire to prosecute police officers.  It's her revenge towards the profession that weeded out her corrupt relatives.

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How many like this have been sent out knowing lives don't matter

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Obviously if you move him to opportunity around wealthier white people he will turn his life around.

For the life of me I don't understand why affluent people wouldn't want him as a neighbor

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I read some of the responses by readers...I like the one...."yup there is no 'drug culture' "

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How many like this have been sent out knowing lives don't matter

I wouldn't be surprised if it is a lot.

 

What possible reason would there be that would justify ignoring and considering this video by both the judge and the prosecutors? :confused::rolleyes:

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I read some of the responses by readers...I like the one...."yup there is no 'drug culture' "

I don't know about drug culture. But clearly these two don't value life.

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Don't worry he will be a Baltimore City murder stat in the next few years.

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This is the reality and proves the myth black activists perpetuate about the criminal "injustice" system stacked against blacks.

 If this brother was a white kid doing this crap in lets say Utah his a $$ would be buried under the prison

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In case you were wondering how tough Baltimore City's prosecutors and judges are on crime...sometimes a picture says it all and also about how seriously those accused take the system. :rolleyes:

 

 

https://mobile.twitter.com/justin_fenton/status/714795179136389120

Thats a sick video. There is no way that the guy having guns like that isn't a violation of some sort. And the moronic way he handles the gun, even pointing it directly at the guy filming. 

 

Guys like this are frightening in their incredible stupidity. He won't see 5 more years of life or freedom, and hopefully he goes down with another loser, and not by killing an innocent.

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Don't worry he will be a Baltimore City murder stat in the next few years.

That's pretty racist.

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That's pretty racist.

Did you see the video? Even without that, anyone destroying cop cars and inciting violence is a good bet for an early death or incarceration. 

 

It's not racist, it's realist. 

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Did you see the video? Even without that, anyone destroying cop cars and inciting violence is a good bet for an early death or incarceration.

 

It's not racist, it's realist.

Don't argue with a parody

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Don't worry he will be a Baltimore City murder stat in the next few years.

 

Since the courts won't do IT....we can only hope.

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Posted (edited)

http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/opinion/oped/bs-ed-bullock-today-20170429-story.html

Mr. Bullock's antics violated his juvenile probation, leading Judge Sylvester Cox to banish him to Victor Cullen, the juvenile lockup in Frederick County. On Oct. 3, 2015, Mr. Bullock apparently boiled over again.

According to the statement of charges filed by a state police trooper, Mr. Bullock was being escorted in the early evening to the medical unit on the campus of Victor Cullen. He broke free and ran through the grounds. Staffers caught up with him; he pushed a woman to the ground, and she rolled downhill. He also swung his fist and spit at a man. Other staffers finally corralled him.

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On Feb. 27, 2017, Judge Peters issued a no-bail warrant for Mr. Bullock for violation of probation in the rioting case. But it's hard to believe that if and when Mr. Bullock stands in front of Judge Peters again, he will leave the courtroom with an additional 11 years in jail. Few Baltimore City judges demand this much respect for their own probations.

 

 

Edited by Baltimatt

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Not to worry, Mr. Bullock will either kill or be killed.  Either way we'll be rid of a nuisance the "justice system" was unable to deal with effectively.  Maybe that judge didn't do him any favors.

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Not to worry, Mr. Bullock will either kill or be killed.  Either way we'll be rid of a nuisance the "justice system" was unable to deal with effectively.  Maybe that judge didn't do him any favors.

 

Sure wouldn't want him to hurt someone.

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That's pretty racist.

Ok it is racist because what was said was based on statistics about the number of blacks killed expecially thugs?

 

If it is racist to say a duck is a duck......well. :rolleyes:

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Posted (edited)

I wouldn't be surprised if it is a lot.

 

What possible reason would there be that would justify ignoring and considering this video by both the judge and the prosecutors? :confused::rolleyes:

Well as best I can  understand the law. What you and I might consider that evidence  is not considered such as in the context of directly applying to the case at hand. Maybe in sentencing but the judge has to allow it and take such things and rap sheets into account. IF HE WANTS TO! Which it seems they generally don't.

 

Now a prosecutor might be able to attempt to introduce something like a rap sheet during trial. But they know that likely the limp wrist lib judges will likely disallow it. So why bother and maybe in the course of attempting get the judge POed at him/her.

 

HOWEVER, it seems to me... that when it comes to prosecution of cops. Anything they may have done is admissible during the course of a particular case. As we have seen where a cop is being judged about roughing someone up. The evidence in that case AND his past record can come into play in court as well as sentencing.

 

So who is getting the short end here?

Edited by Guido2

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Catch 22. Too much jail time and it's pipeline to prison accusations with racist connotations. Too little and it's ....Baltimore.

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http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/crime/bs-md-ci-bullock-sentencing-20170712-story.html

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Allen Bullock, the young man who smashed an orange traffic cone through a car windshield in what became one of the indelible images of the 2015 Baltimore unrest, has received a four-year sentence for violating his probation on the riot charge.

Bullock, now 20, violated his probation when he failed to make court appearances, meet with his probation officer and notify the officer that his address had changed, according to a court recording of the proceeding.

Bullock, who was arrested on a warrant on June 5, explained the reasons for his missed appearances and meetings in court Tuesday.  "Since my mother put me out, I was just coming from the system so I ain't really have no transportation, no family, no way to call or nothing," Bullock told Baltimore Circuit Judge Charles J. Peters.

 

I wonder why his mother put him out.

 

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