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Do you think that this was a political decision?

eye95

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Do you think that this was a political decision? I do.

I would understand a plea deal for lesser charges, but this woman needs to suffer an adjudicated consequence. The situation lasted several minutes, stemmed from abject anger, and involved very aggressive contact.

I would also understand if this is what Conway wanted after an apology. The
 

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Do you think that this was a political decision? I do.

I would understand a plea deal for lesser charges, but this woman needs to suffer an adjudicated consequence. The situation lasted several minutes, stemmed from abject anger, and involved very aggressive contact.

I would also understand if this is what Conway wanted after an apology. The
Quoting from the usnews copyrighted newspeek nonsensical article,
Montgomery County prosecutor Kathy Knight said Inabinett sent Conway a letter apologizing for the incident.

"She has apologized for choosing this time and place to vent her political views," Knight said. "That was inappropriate."

Knight noted Inabinett had never been arrested for a crime before.

Ramon Korionoff, a spokesman for the Montgomery County State's Attorney's Office said dropping the charges is "the best resolution for this particular set of circumstance." Unquote

Ok eye95 off you go ranting without critical thinking skills engaged...

You truly believe the aggrieved party wishes to have the key witness dragged into the witness stand to relive what the saw ~ their mother accosted by an elderly woman?

Yes eye95...sometimes commonsense prevails without ulterior motives ~ everyone wants to let the child not rehash the sordid b’day event.

Again eye95 are you doing alright...it is becoming more worrisome to see your inability to focus by beginning a thought and quit. Tho last night’s exhibit of jumbled incoherence sentence was extremely disturbing.
 

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We don’t. I wish we did.

If she is OK with the dismissal, I am too. After all, she was the victim of the egregious assault.
 

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Eye95 while concerned with your displayed well being, by your own admission you actually suffer from an actual physical cognitive impairment don’t you eye95!

2016 Quote
My hearing is not as good as it ought to be. I hear everything loudly enough--just not clearly enough. As poorly as my ears function, that is how well my mind does. It rapidly fills in the words I miss, with remarkable accuracy. It missfires [sic] sometimes...

My ear/brain combination functions adequately when folks speak to me using normal Idiomatic American English, when I watch them speak, when they use body language to enhance their speech, and when there are a wealth of contextual clues. One or more of these conditions are absent, and I get lost quickly. Unquote https://realeye95.blogspot.com/2016/08/

So glad there is a rational explanation for your recent exhibited cognitive deficiencies on the this venue.

Tho your olde rants about Trump are absolutely hilarious - - quote:
Oct ‘16: Donald Trump has no shot at winning 270 electoral votes. He's never been in a winning position, and he has continually trended downward. It's looking he will lose in a landslide. Unquote.

Your ن Twitter account [ https://mobile.twitter.com/eye95 ] is equally out of touch with reality...
 
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Here we have a wonderful example of a thread, staying on topic, different POV’s (not necessarily in stark disagreement, at this point) being presented.

And then this off-topic post, merely meant to antagonize, not meant to add to the discussion at hand, is added.

Folks, this is precisely the trolling that I have been lamenting. I you do not see it now, you never will. And that is too bad.

John, do you see it yet?
 

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Here we have a wonderful example of a thread, staying on topic, different POV’s (not necessarily in stark disagreement, at this point) being presented.

And then this off-topic post, merely meant to antagonize, not meant to add to the discussion at hand, is added.

Folks, this is precisely the trolling that I have been lamenting. I you do not see it now, you never will. And that is too bad.

John, do you see it yet?
Absolutely no antagonistic meant...only a huge sigh of relieve that the bizzare cognitive behaviour you have been exhibiting, e.g. incoherent sentences in your posting isn’t a sudden onset of a new phenomenon but rather something you know about as a physiological issue affecting you and causing your exhibited cognitive deficits.

Again the waving of your martyr banner is getting olde.

A passing thought eye95...ever consider you were released from your banishment for comic relief?
 

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Here we have a wonderful example of a thread, staying on topic, different POV’s (not necessarily in stark disagreement, at this point) being presented.

And then this off-topic post, merely meant to antagonize, not meant to add to the discussion at hand, is added.

Folks, this is precisely the trolling that I have been lamenting. I you do not see it now, you never will. And that is too bad.

John, do you see it yet?
Even though you claim you ignore solus, you took the bait. You just can't move on.
 

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And yet another admission of baiting. Classic trolling behavior.

John, are you paying attention?

Anyway, you guys have succeeded in demonstrating my contentions starkly, so I’ll wait for another on-topic reply before participating in this thread further. However, you two may have succeeded in killing this thread. We’ll have to see.
 

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And yet another admission of baiting. Classic trolling behavior.

John, are you paying attention?

Anyway, you guys have succeeded in demonstrating my contentions starkly, so I’ll wait for another on-topic reply before participating in this thread further. However, you two may have succeeded in killing this thread. We’ll have to see.
Let me help eye95...

MOVING ON
 

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Investigators interviewed some 10 people and went over video of the incident, determining that the defendant grabbed Conway's elbow to get attention, said the source, who called it "de minimis touching" -- a term conferring minor status to the incident.
"Everybody realized let's just not waste the court's resources on case like this," added the person familiar with the case.


De minims touch a cop and see what happens to ya.

BS! Throw the book at the liberal drone [Mary Elizabeth Inabinett]. She did not apologize for assaulting Conway, her own comments regarding the assault are proof.

Knight said in court that “Ms. Inabinett chose that time and that place — inappropriately so — to make contact with Ms. Conway and vent her political opposition to Ms. Conway.” However, “given the lack of priors, the de minimus nature of the contact and the apology letter,” the state dismissed the counts, Knight told the judge.

So, the obvious conclusion is that Inabinet should have chosen a different time and a different place and the state would have ignored the assault claim all together.

Nope, not political at all...:rolleyes:

edited to fix the lack of a space in de minimis
 
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