5.02.2007

In A Long Story About A Civil Judge . . .

. . . in Fort Worth possibly making racially insensitive comments, I was more taken aback by these:

The judge said he wants the plaintiffs to get their money, but he also wants them to think about going to trial and turning down a settlement offer. He said he was just trying to be helpful . . . . "I'm trying to help these people get a good settlement. And they took it," Keis said. What is he? An advocate for the plaintiff?

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I see another of those state mandated racial sensitivity classes coming for all judges. They deserve the twenty hours of boredom that law enforcement has to endure every two years. U can't change a "bigot", class or no class, it can't be changed. I hope the comission of law enforcement standards teaches it though...

Anonymous said...

Mzchief, that was a typo of "commission", beat u to it (author of 2:21)