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Last updated on August 6th, 2017 at 05:53 am
A familiar name demands justice in Las Vegas:
Jerry Halfpap, 46, David Hicks, 44, and Eastman Webber, 65, seek $2 million each for civil rights violations. The men were each accused of sleeping too close to a deposit of feces—a law that the city adopted in August but repealed in September.
I’m not sure if we have any similar laws here, but, just to be on the safe side, local transients should avoid wrapping themselves in The Age. Meanwhile, the nightmare continues for Australia’s Dave:
His lawyer was banned from giving him Scott Turow’s legal thriller Presumed Innocent.
- Anyone who sleeps in the vicinity of Aussie Dave also aught to hope they don’t have that law in the local jurisdiction…
I have lost track of this turd, is he back here in Oz yet, or is he still bunging up the US legal system…
And Halfpap… Isn’t that just one of those names like Bumbak or something that you would get legally changed the minute you hit 18???
- Apparently, piles of feces have been complaining to the municipal government about homeless moving into the neighbourhood. Hmm. I wonder if a stool pigeon turned them in?Posted by andycanuck on 2007 04 22 at 12:34 PM • permalink
- And not about a David Hicks, but undoubtedly a black, American cousin of David’s who’s just had an unfortunate run-in with the Second Amendment:
http://newsbusters.org/node/12211Posted by andycanuck on 2007 04 22 at 01:06 PM • permalink
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These guys are sueing because the cops gave them some grief about sleeping next to a pile of shit?
I guess the old timers were right when they said that giving up the pillory and stocks would encourage public displays of idjitarianism.