Sunday, March 12, 2006

The Case Againt Nancy Grace - Part One


"If you don't
know the horse, check it's track record."

Grace, the acid tongued CNN and Court TV personality, is not only
unashamedly biased against those accused of committing crimes - as a
prosecutor, she had a reputation for playing fast, loose, and crooked
with the law herself.

Grace seems to get quite a charge out of bragging that, as a prosecutor
in Fulton County, Georgia, she never lost a jury trial.....she, well, neglects to mention
having been on the wrong end of a few verbal spankings dished out by
the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Hmmmm....

Grace spastically pounds on the law and order theme as she
thinks it applies to others, but methinks Grace suffers from delusions of grandeur in
that she doesn't think the rules actually apply to her. I will gladly
send Grace a legal dictionary at my own expense, if she will only
promise to look up
prosecutorial misconduct
and write out the definition fifty times.

There will
be more to come. In the meantime, you can google
Nancy Grace.

© Dorothy Kernaghan-Baez 2006

Saturday, March 11, 2006

Surprise "Drop" In

On September 9, 2003 in Atlanta, Georgia

Ben Rogozensky decided that he really had to get out of jail. Even the fact that Rogozensky had been homeless prior to his arrest did not dampen his thirst for freedom. Knowing he would most likely be extradited to New Jersy to stand trial for stealing cars, our creative inmate decided to take action.

Asking to use the restroom, Rogozensky was unshackled and allowed to use the facilities unsupervised. Seeing an opportunity, Rogozensky stood on a toilet, pushed aside a ceiling tile, and climbed into the crawl space above. Deputies apparently had no clue whatsoever that they were short one inmate. Rogozensky was only discovered when he fell through the ceiling in the chambers of Judge Antonio Del Campo....Rogozensky actually fell smack onto the good judge's desk. Samantha Whaley, who worked in the judge's office, had barely scooted out of the way when the desperate inmate came crashing through the ceiling.

There is no word on just how Rogozensky had planned to get out of the crawl space and into freedom.

information collected from news reports
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