Chicago Scientology postgame - November 9, 2013

Discussion in 'Follow Up' started by Darth Xander, Nov 9, 2013.

  1. Anonymous Member

    This news had me wondering if the "supervision" was pleasing to her as it seemingly prevents her being rpf'd.
    That said, I imagine that the sec checks she will receive over the next six months will be often.
    I know it's a pipe dream (or is it?) but I'd love it if she'd crack and wake up.
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  2. Paladin Member

    Before court began, the prosecutor spoke with us. She explained that Tara would be offered 6 months of supervision for a guilty plea. I told her that this was Tara's second attack against us because she grabbed a sign from one of our protesters during another protest but we didn't sign a complaint for that. I asked her what would happen if Tara attacked us during a future protest after the 6 month supervision was over. She assured us that the penalty would be much more severe if Tara was arrested and brought to that court for a second offense.
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  3. JohnnyRUClear Member

    What about a different court?
  4. Paladin Member

    We appeared at Cook County Criminal Court Branch 29 which is a misdemeanor/ordinance court for that area of Chicago where the org is located. If she commits another misdemeanor against us at the org then she is in big trouble. If she were to commit a different type of offense (like a traffic violation which would send her to traffic court) or a misdemeanor in another county then I don't think this conviction will matter. The bottom line is if she screws with us while we are protesting at the org then she will be screwed.
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  5. Anonymous Member

    And they get to charge travel time plus the appearance.
  6. Anonymous Member

    She wouldn't be RPF'ed because she is a staff member at the org, not a Sea Orger.
  7. Anonymous Member

    This is a win as far as Chicago ordinance courts go. They're generally overworked and understaffed and as a result tend to meet out "justice in a streamlined fashion. Show up as a defendant with representation, walk, the city doesn't want the headache. Show up without representation, pay a fine, walk, the city needs the cash. Plead not guilty, fughedaboutit, you're guilty, pay the maximum penalty, rue the day you thought THAT would be a good idea.

    Clearly the prosecutor wasn't taking this case lightly and the court took notice. Domenic attempting to intimidate a witness, in the fucking courthouse? Bad idea.
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