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Joined: Aug 28 2005, 12:54 am
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-- Updated as of October 2019 --
[06:54 am]
Ultraviolet -- I think I'd need to see a picture of your keyboard to understand better. For me the keys are just right beside each other, no shift required for either :P
[06:53 am]
NudeRaider -- us poor Germans need to use shift in order to hit apostrophe. But that at least helps with accidental enter presses :)
[06:52 am]
Ultraviolet -- I've been having issues today with my damn pinkie hitting the enter key frequently when I try to hit the apostrophe :/
[06:51 am]
Ultraviolet -- Editing a sentence in the middle of the shout heh. I was going to say I imagine the trial will drag out long enough that by the time he's actually sentenced, the issue won't be so hot. And he'll likely receive minimal sentencing that protects him from the wrath of other inmates
[06:51 am]
NudeRaider -- Ultraviolet
Ultraviolet shouted: Blah -.-
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[06:50 am]
Ultraviolet -- Blah -.-
[06:49 am]
Ultraviolet -- Yeah, I'm curious to see how it plays out. I kind of imagine him being convicted of a crime, but getting minimal sentencing. And I imagine the trial will drag out long enough that by the time he' And admittedly, I understand there is a better way than my own viewpoint. In an ideal world, we would realize that Chauvin's (the offending officer) actions were a tragic expression of ignorance and personal trauma
[06:49 am]
NudeRaider -- Ultraviolet
Ultraviolet shouted: NudeRaider I was reading more about it, and some are arguing that the officer who killed Floyd should be charged with first degree murder, while the others should be charged as accomplices. The time he spent kneeling on Floyd's neck (almost 9 minutes) was sufficient to consider the murder pre-meditated. Makes sense to me.
As for their fellow officers - yes they should've stepped in. I think this is the most important that needs to change. That they all cover for each other. Not all policemen are crooked racists. And if you encourage a sense of responsibility not only for themselves but also for their colleagues it should go a long way.
[06:45 am]
NudeRaider -- NudeRaider
NudeRaider shouted: Ultraviolet can't imagine him getting away this easily. Too much publicity. He has to take the fall.
or rather too much protests already. Imagine what will happen when he gets set free.
[06:44 am]
NudeRaider -- Ultraviolet
Ultraviolet shouted: I suppose I agree with punishing him harshly for it. I believe if the police officers who murder civilians were punished with the death penalty or life in prison themselves, things would change in a big hurry. As it stands, I doubt he'll even see any prison time. If he does see time in prison, as he should, I imagine the inmates will handle the rest for us.
can't imagine him getting away this easily. Too much publicity. He has to take the fall.
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