ToDaZeD Proglodyte Logyk

aka The Cartman Defense

You may remember Yvette Felarca [sad that I do, but nevermind...], BAMN leader of the Sacramento riots [when hundreds of "aaaactivists" physically attacked with sticks ten or twenty "Traditional Workers Party" demonstraters] and of the first MILO riot / De-platforming™ in February? X/Y/She was baaack for the Milo Free Speech …thing and got herself arrested. That’s twice, so….

Now she has a lawyah – and a …”defense”:

“To accuse her of doing something when police could have stopped it, it’s wrong.”

Hey… this might catch on! Could the police have stopped, in theory, a random store robbery? a neighborhood drug sale? a carjack or purse snatch?

Then it would be Wrong™ to arrest anyone for doing that.

No. Personal. Responsibility.

It’s all up to the police. People are no longer expected to voluntarily follow The Law [like in a, yanno, Civilized society], control of all behavior is the responsibility of Other People. And this is coming from those squeeeeling that they are Anti-Fascist.

Are they that dumb or do they think we are? Oh yeah — rookie mistake: Don’t bring Facts to a Feel-Fight*.

If this defense flies, what a wonderful excuse reason Feeeels to increase Police Powers so that they can stop, well, any crime – major, minor or thought.

So there’s that to look forward to.


  1. DougM and his raccoon platoon
    Posted October 1, 2017 at 9:17 am |

    Y’know where police routinely prevent criminals from criminaling?

  2. Blake
    Posted October 1, 2017 at 11:51 am |

    Doug has an idea: The judge sentences this thug to jail and when she protests the judge tells her “he’s just following what she said and preventing her from committing any more crimes.”

  3. dick, not quite dead white guy
    Posted October 1, 2017 at 12:01 pm |

    ^That’ll work at first glance, but eventually that fickle finger will come around to you and me.
    Let the bitch stand trial – do the crime, do the time and pay the fine is good if we’re all equal under the law. Lately, seems to me we had not so much equal justice but who you support determines how the “law” comes down. It’s about time our post Buraq society got back to true equality.

  4. Jess
    Posted October 1, 2017 at 3:52 pm |

    I’m thinking she should be the fake hostage in a live fire training session at a SWAT facility. If she makes it out alive, she’s have a better understanding of the efforts of the police to prevent injury. If not, some recruits will get some first hand experience with casualties.

  5. MikeAZ
    Posted October 2, 2017 at 5:17 am |

    Hey… this has possibilities! She wins, right? Proper police response from then on? L.E. officers walking down the street, “handing out wood shampoos” to anyone they even think looks like they might do a crime!

    We’d have inner cities filled with nuns and choirboys in no time!