Oh Puh-Lease

So we find out that the reason that despicable toad Lynndie England did what she did is becaues she was “oxygen deprived at birth”? Give me a god damned break already. The Toadette herself said the truth the other day:

“I had a choice, but I chose to do what my friends wanted me to,” she said.

And that is probably the one and only honest statement that will be heard from her defense team.
*Update: So now the Judge is telling her she doesn’t know what she’s talking about?

“There is evidence being presented that you are not guilty,” Pohl told England.

*Updated Update: Oh, the feckless bastard:

A military judge Wednesday threw out Pfc. Lynndie England’s guilty plea to prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib, saying that he was not convinced that she knew that her actions were wrong at the time.

She admitted guilt, said she knew it was wrong what she did. End of story. Somebody else trying to protect her is irrelevent.
Especially if that ‘somebody’ is another scumbag who shagged this beast. That thought makes me ill.

12 Responses to “Oh Puh-Lease”

  1. I dunno. She might say something about how butt-ugly she is. That would be honest.

  2. Them mountains is high in West Virginny. I read ’bout that oxygen stuff in a book on that mountain Everest.

  3. Mr. Bingley says:

    Supposedly the felon who is the father of her child is going to tesify for her today at the sentencing hearing. He’s got some explaining to do.

  4. Defense: England Oxygen-Deprived at Birth

    If successful, expect to see France and North Korea choose similar exonerations.
    Honestly though, that’s the real headline from My Way News. Who is her defense team, you ask? Apparently these lovely ladies:
    Hat tip to the Coalition of the S…

  5. speech impaired and had trouble learning to read.
    And the Army took her anyway. (I know JeffS will forgive me ~ cookie deliveries carry alot of weight…) One look at that loser general in charge of the whole she-bang and you know exactly how it happened.
    The best line I heard was delivered by a fellow soldier when the networks were out trolling the ranks for more dirt. “Oh yeah. The six idiots that lost the war.” Rock on.

  6. Dave J says:

    Otherwise known here in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as the “I’m fuckin’ retahded” defense.

  7. Nightfly says:

    Lame-O. The big issue is of course the impact on morale and the support for the troops back home. There’s another big issue coming into play, though, and that’s the general mad rush (and yes, it is madness, not just a turn of phrase) to make all moral defects some other sort of defect. I’ll think about it and get back to work on my own blog.

  8. Mr. Bingley says:

    Oh god, sis, that General was a real quality appointment. Who promoted her?

  9. Nightfly says:

    OK, there you go. You are quite the inspiration, Ms. Sister. I’d rather eat and read during lunch, not think and type!

  10. Bwahahahahaha she says, as he’s sucked into our eee-ville vortex…..

  11. The_Real_JeffS says:

    No problem, THS. I’ve had to deal with the rather liberal recruiting policies of the Army and Army National Guard before. We have far more good troops than idiots, but sometimes the idiots clump together, and no one breaks them up before they cause problems.

  12. Dave J says:

    The problem with journalists reporting on legal issues is that they rarely make it clear WTF exactly is going on, and why. I’m going to do a little research into what the possible justification for this under the UCMJ might be, and see if it makes any sense. I’ll report back anything that I think might clear things up.

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