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A Very Novel Idea Concerning Vas- BE FAIR

Post by geots » Thu Feb 03, 2011 5:12 am

When you have someone's character in question to the point it can affect the man's living, be fair at least. I would propose a statute of limitations on how long he can be drug thru the court of public opinion. No matter your side in this, surely one would think, yea or nay- at least give him the same rights you would a common criminal. The manner in which this is being handled bothers me greatly.

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Re: A Very Novel Idea Concerning Vas- BE FAIR

Post by Tom Barrister » Thu Feb 03, 2011 2:46 pm

Well, that's different.

Convicted criminals have no rights as to whether their crimes can be brought up. They're a matter of public record. Also, the statute of limitations never expires on some crimes (i.e. murder).

But I'm game. Let's set a statute of limitations on how long this issue can be dragged through the court of public opinion.

I vote for 50 years, with credit for time already used. Anybody who talks about this after the year 2055 gets whacked on the buttocks. Is that acceptable to everybody else?
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Re: A Very Novel Idea Concerning Vas- BE FAIR

Post by AdminX » Thu Feb 03, 2011 2:48 pm

Tom Barrister wrote:Well, that's different.

Convicted criminals have no rights as to whether their crimes can be brought up. They're a matter of public record. Also, the statute of limitations never expires on some crimes (i.e. murder).

But I'm game. Let's set a statute of limitations on how long this issue can be dragged through the court of public opinion.

I vote for 50 years, with credit for time already used. Anybody who talks about this after the year 2055 gets whacked on the buttocks. Is that acceptable to everybody else?
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Re: A Very Novel Idea Concerning Vas- BE FAIR

Post by John Conway » Thu Feb 03, 2011 3:17 pm

Tom Barrister wrote:Well, that's different.

Convicted criminals have no rights as to whether their crimes can be brought up. They're a matter of public record. Also, the statute of limitations never expires on some crimes (i.e. murder).

But I'm game. Let's set a statute of limitations on how long this issue can be dragged through the court of public opinion.

I vote for 50 years, with credit for time already used. Anybody who talks about this after the year 2055 gets whacked on the buttocks. Is that acceptable to everybody else?
I agree, but feel he should be granted a parole hearing at some stage, provided of course that he has delivered the promised R3+ and R4.1 updates. :lol:

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Re: A Very Novel Idea Concerning Vas- BE FAIR

Post by geots » Thu Feb 03, 2011 6:52 pm

Tom Barrister wrote:Well, that's different.

Convicted criminals have no rights as to whether their crimes can be brought up. They're a matter of public record. Also, the statute of limitations never expires on some crimes (i.e. murder).

But I'm game. Let's set a statute of limitations on how long this issue can be dragged through the court of public opinion.

I vote for 50 years, with credit for time already used. Anybody who talks about this after the year 2055 gets whacked on the buttocks. Is that acceptable to everybody else?
Not hard to see you have only made 60 posts here with that horseshit answer. Take a break and come back when you grow up


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Tone it down.

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Re: A Very Novel Idea Concerning Vas- BE FAIR

Post by PauloSoare » Thu Feb 03, 2011 9:11 pm

And bother me too. Two people that are being very badly treated here: Vas and Graham.

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Re: A Very Novel Idea Concerning Vas- BE FAIR

Post by geots » Thu Feb 03, 2011 9:46 pm

PauloSoare wrote:And bother me too. Two people that are being very badly treated here: Vas and Graham.

Don't worry Paulo- I'll handle it from here. 8-)


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Re: A Very Novel Idea Concerning Vas- BE FAIR

Post by Alexander Schmidt » Thu Feb 03, 2011 10:00 pm

PauloSoare wrote:And bother me too. Two people that are being very badly treated here: Vas and Graham.
Poor Graham. Someone who calls others liar, idiot or even wishes someones death shouldn't complain when others strike back.

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Re: A Very Novel Idea Concerning Vas- BE FAIR

Post by geots » Thu Feb 03, 2011 10:10 pm

Alexander Schmidt wrote:
PauloSoare wrote:And bother me too. Two people that are being very badly treated here: Vas and Graham.
Poor Graham. Someone who calls others liar, idiot or even wishes someones death shouldn't complain when others strike back.

So Graham lies and wishes for the death of others. Horseshit

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Re: A Very Novel Idea Concerning Vas- BE FAIR

Post by bob » Thu Feb 03, 2011 10:35 pm

geots wrote:When you have someone's character in question to the point it can affect the man's living, be fair at least. I would propose a statute of limitations on how long he can be drug thru the court of public opinion. No matter your side in this, surely one would think, yea or nay- at least give him the same rights you would a common criminal. The manner in which this is being handled bothers me greatly.
50% of the blame lies directly with Vas. No responses to any of the issues raised, anywhere. Now Fabien has gotten involved. Perhaps things will move along with his involvement...

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