2.06.2008

Saw This On The News This Morning

The audio and video don't synch up in the first few seconds, but the slow motion is worth the watch. The story is that the defendant wanted a different public defender to represent him. That request was denied, until the haymaker. And, as a side note, all most all the defendants in Wise County have their hands cuffed to a waist belt when the y come to court.

9 comments:

bigcatdaddy said...

Totally irrelevant to Barry's post...but....I'm back......muhahahaha!!!!

Yes, it's the original bigcat.

And yes, that really is me in the picture.....alcohol was involved.

Maybe comment4u will come back too.

Jarhead said...

I think the lawyer should get a free shot at that guy... with a bat.

I can't believe I just said that.

Anonymous said...

So....will be adding assault to those charges today???

Anonymous said...

Where have you been bigcatdaddy????? We have missed you!!!!

Anonymous said...

I hope they bury that waste of skin and actually I'm quit sure they will,would like to follow this story.

Anonymous said...

After this story ran (complete with multiple slo-mo replays) Smarmy Scott Sams popped off with "Well I guess that lawyer won't be handling anymore contingency fee cases!"

What a Dumbass.

(However he apparently knows the value of a good lawyer from his own personal lawsuit.) http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/unfairpark/2007/04/out_of_exile_scott_sams_is_bac.php

bigcatdaddy said...

I've always been here....Lurking in the shadow of anonymity.

Anonymous said...

I applaud the guy. I wish the left would have connected.

Anonymous said...

How come so many people who give themselves blog names and a tidbit of information, yet effectively remain anonymous, don't consider themselves among the ranks of the "anonymous"? And on what basis would someone like that rip someone who gives "anonymous" comments. News flash: unless your profile contains information and/or a picture that readily identifies you, you are ANONYMOUS no matter what you call yourself and how you see it otherwise.