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How the Government Breaks up Marriages

jrpublic Wrote: Aug 21, 2012 1:10 PM
The police pressed charges, the wife (so called victims) have no say if the government decides to press charges.
Richard31 Wrote: Aug 21, 2012 9:54 PM
Read. The whole thing started with a nosy, interfering neighbor. (Who took a picture, went to the police with a story, and let them take it from there.)

When I was growing up, if my mother had had a neighbor like that, there would have been violence - she would have beat the cr*p out of the neighbor.
KevNC Wrote: Aug 21, 2012 1:24 PM
And who notified the police? It doesnt make sense. The police would not go after one of their own over minor bruises. There is more to this story.
A very public marital melodrama is now playing in San Francisco. It shows the idiocy of domestic violence laws and the extremism of the feminists whose ideology paints men as innate batterers and women as victims of the patriarchy.

The target of their current campaign is the elected Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi. After six months of demeaning publicity and headlines such as "Sheriff arrested for wife beating," last week the city's Ethics Commission voted 4 to 1 against him. He has been suspended without pay and may soon be fired.

The saga isn't over yet, but the story is so bizarre that it...

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