Friday, August 27, 2021

Sirhan Sirhan May Get Paroled, as L.A. D.A. Nutjob George Gascon Will Not Oppose It, and Implicitly Supports It

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Thursday, August 26, 2021 at 2:46:00 A.M. EDT

(breitbart) Sirhan Sirhan, who was convicted of assassinating Sen. Robert F. Kennedy (D-NY) in June 1968, is eligible for parole, and L.A. District Attorney George Gascón will not send prosecutors to the parole hearing Friday, nor will he oppose parole.

Sirhan, 77, was arrested on the scene after he shot Kennedy, who had just made a victory speech in the California primary at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, and was exiting through the hotel kitchen.

The murder shocked the world, given the fact that Kennedy’s brother, President John F. Kennedy, had been killed five years before, and the fact that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., had been assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee, just two months before, throwing the nation into turmoil.

After his win, Kennedy had seemed likely to win the Democratic nomination for president on a platform of opposition to the Vietnam War. Instead, the party went down to defeat against Richard Nixon, after a bitter convention in Chicago. On the American left, the second Kennedy assassination has often been seen as the moment that a brighter future was lost.

Today, with “criminal justice reform” a major motivating force in the Democratic Party, and “systemic racism” a rallying cry, there are calls for clemency for Sirhan, a Palestinian immigrant who is not a U.S. citizen and could face deportation.

GRA: He’ll be released, pardoned by Biden, and given a job as Fauci’s assistant in charge of providing Jews with a Covid vaccine containing arsenic.



Anonymous said...

Gonna go home and become a hero of some stature.

Anonymous said...

(ZH)It looks like another pandemic-related issue is headed to the Supreme Court, after a Florida judge struck down a ban on mask mandates issued by Governor Ron DeSantis, according to the Associated Press.

DeSantis 'overstepped his authority' by issuing an executive order banning the mandates, according to Leon County Circuit Judge John C. Cooper, ruling that the EO was unconstitutional and cannot be enforced.

The order, which gave parents the sole right to decide if their child will wear a mask at school, was deemed by Cooper to be "without legal authority."

His decision came after a three-day virtual hearing, and after at least 10 Florida school boards voted to defy DeSantis and impose mask requirements with no parental opt-out.

Cooper said that while the governor and others have argued that a new Florida law gives parents the ultimate authority to oversee health issues for their children, it also exempts government actions that are needed to protect public health and are reasonable and limited in scope. He said a school district’s decision to require student masking to prevent the spread of the virus falls within that exemption.

The judge also noted that two Florida Supreme Court decisions from 1914 and 1939 found that individual rights are limited by their impact on the rights of others. For example, he said, adults have the right to drink alcohol but not to drive drunk. There is a right to free speech, but not to harass or threaten others or yell “fire” in a crowded theater, he said. -AP

"We don’t have that right because exercising the right in that way is harmful or potentially harmful to other people," said Cooper, adding that the law is "full of examples of rights that are limited (when) the good of others ... would be adversely affected by those rights."

GRA:If that's true,during the flu season--all these past many years--anyone going outside with the flu and passing it to someone, who then dies--should be liable in some way(not).The flu has killed hundreds of thousands,since I've been on the planet,yet no one even SUGGESTED widespread mask wearing was the answer.

Now,all of a sudden--it is(not).