Post by FMurtz Post by email@example.com
Hags hiding in bags have appeared in court charged with terrorism
offenses. The hags were asked to peep out from their bags so the
magistrate could see who was hiding in there and the hags complied.
The hags then got back into their bags for the rest of the proceedings.
I find this rather strange. Why are hags, or anyone else, allowed to
hide in bags while in court? Surely they should be ordered to get out
of their bags for the whole proceedings and held in contempt if they
Post by FMurtz
Australian case similar,
Hags should be ordered to get out of their bags in court so everybody can
see them. The obvious course of action with obstinate hags would be to
hold them in contempt and put them in a cell until they decide to comply.
But this could take a month or 20 years according to the degree of
obstinacy in the hag. This would likely have the lefty liberals and other
moral degenerates howling and wailing about "human rights", as if they
have any idea about such things.
Perhaps the Aussie solution is best and sentence the hags to a prison
term and a fine. Although the Aussie penalties are ludicrously low. What
use is maximum of 14 days jail?? It should be a few years. Have the
Aussies turned into a bunch of wimps?
In criminal cases where there is no choice in the matter the hags should
be forcibly dragged out of their bags before being placed before the
court. This would probably send the lefty liberals into an hysterical
rage and cause mass heart attacks. That wouldn't be a bad outcome, either.
Of course, civil society is a different matter and if deranged hags want
to wander the streets hiding in bags they have every right to do so.
Muslims and other mental cripples have rights and those rights should be
respected and fiercely defended. I have no time at all for islamophobia
and other forms of arrow minded intolerance.