Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Schneiderman to Take Over SUNY Hate Note Case

        Wow.  In a move rife with grandstanding and snubbing the locals, NYS AG Eric Schneiderman is going to prosecute the SUNY Potsdam nasty note case so hyped by local media.
         Is this something to do with Mary Rain ?  As in only a downstate Democrat can make the case against hate ?  Is there a connection to another local case with racial overtones ?
          Did we ever find out what these notes said ?
           Again, writing ignorant and/or threatening notes is wrong but tis usurpation of local authority deserves explanation, and not a "no comment".
http://www.wwnytv.com/news/local/State-Attorney-General-To-Prosecute-SUNY-Potsdam-Hate-Crime-Case-366442381.html

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

What a wonderfully Liberal world we live in. For PC's sake, we have the AG going after an idiot who wrote a dirty note. If they convict him, you can bet the fine will be at least 20 bucks. And we the taxpayers will pay six figures to make a stupid point. Even golfers have to think about this.

Anonymous said...

Just to make sure you understand the priorities of our libtard future governor. They didn't step in to help prosecute the murder of the young boy or the kidnapping and sexual abuse of Amish girls. Instead they save the big guns for kids who write nasty hateful notes to obnoxious professors.

But wait. Wait until they figure out that the purp' is a brown skin kid with a name that sounds like those who practice Islam. Once they take note of that, all charges will be dropped and Obama will issue an apology.

Anonymous said...

Local DA's voted by the citizens in the entire State were silent when the NYC AG stated he personally was going to supercede their authority to try cases that he felt needed to be tried whether they liked it or not.

Where is the outcry folks when the liberal progressive Dems. from NYC over reach and feel they should be looking into your dirty underware?

Heads in the sand up and until your own kids turn you in to the 'authorities'.

Anonymous said...

If you recall, this was a gay, African heritage individual writing a note to a gay African heritage professor, demeaning him becuase he was both African and gay.

Anonymous said...

It has become very apparent that Mary Rain dosnt want to prosecute any cases.. She has had nothing but controversy since taking over the office.. Our local courts are in disaray, our local police forces are saying why bother our local attornies are having a plea bargain holiday and our taxpayers are paying through the nose for an incompetant DA. How many assistants has she fired.. How many have quit? How many more will follow? Read her history folks and think about her future at the polls.

Anonymous said...

Attempting to blame this on Mary Rain is a bit foolish, 9:16. This isn't her ballgame. Now that Benito and his little twerp of an AG has made such a big deal over this, there is no way to win. If the gay black guy is convicted of writing dirty notes to the other gay black guy, what possible sanction is in order? In order to placate the children of Potsdam State in their quest for safety from the world, we will spend bundles to issue a political parking ticket. It will be interesting to see if media bends over for this. So far, they have spent their time under benito's desk.

Anonymous said...

You do realize that Schneidermann did not initiate the move to prosecute this case, right? Mary Rain requested that he do so on the fairly absurd grounds that it somehow is a statewide matter because there might be similar cases at other SUNY schools (which as far as I know, there are not, at least not ones that have been made public).

Anonymous said...

10:52, sure, prosecute. But to call in the CIA to combat dirty note writing is absurd. Rain is not leading this parade. State leaders are. I do understand your claim that dirty note writing could become a state problem. We need a zero tolerance towards this filthy habit. Foolishness.

Whenever I see Benito's Empire take actions like this, I'm reminded of the parade that started the old Sherman and Peabody show. That's how old I am.