Thursday, December 16, 2010

Politician's son, no indictment

Illinois is the land of attempting to convict someone, regardless of the severety of the alleged crime.   This is why I'm almost surprised there was no indictment for the Will County Board Chairman's son in allegations of battery. 

"I'm very upset about it," said Eric Lauer of Mokena, whose son allegedly was sliced and stabbed by Matthew Moustis, the son of Will County Board Chairman Jim Moustis.
The incident happened July 15 in Frankfort Square in the south suburbs during a dispute over a girl. The Will County States Attorney's office charged Moustis with aggravated battery.

Well, maybe if you did your civic duty, you could be treated with special immunities as well... which is entirely against the concepts of liberty!   It's not what you know... it's who you know... or who you're related to...  ready to take action yet peasants?

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