Margaret Cho Tweets Against Philly Police Over Light Sentences In Recent Gay Bashing Case, Brian Sims Remains Silent

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  1. Scott Rose says:

    I agree with Margaret Cho that these plea bargains are B.S.

    The more so that, the community service the two are getting is at an LGBT community center.

    The LGBT community center should refuse to have these gay bashers on its premises, as they are dangerous anti-LGBT bigots. The agreements involving the pleas and the sentencing are only pieces of paper and in themselves do not stop these vicious monsters from acting out against additional LGBTers. The judge who allowed this is a fucking schmuck.

  2. Jake Stevens says:

    Did you consult with a lawyer before opining on the relevance of federal hate crime legislation in a local prosecution? Because you are wrong – federal legislation doesn’t apply in a state prosecution. Thus the need to continue to seek protections in each state. Not clear to me how a hate crimes statute would have helped here. There were already serious felony charges that were dropped as part of the plea bargain. And why no mention of Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams? He and his office are the people one should be complaining to.

What do you think?