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Andy Martin says Paris Hilton thumbs her nose at justice, and that’s a great injustice

June 7, 2007

NEWS FROM:
ANDY MARTIN
Executive Editor
ContrarianCommentary.com
“Factually Correct, Not
Politically Correct”

PARIS HILTON THUMBS HER NOSE AT THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM, AGAIN, AND THAT’S A GREAT INJUSTICE

ANDY MARTIN SAYS HILTON CHARADE CONFIRMS “TWO SYSTEMS OF JUSTICE IN AMERICA, AND THAT’S AN INJUSTICE”

(CHICAGO)(June 7, 2007) Paris Hilton has thumbed her nose at the California judicial system, again. Yes, Virginia, there really are two court systems in America, one for ordinary working people and minorities, and one for the very rich who and treat the law with contempt and can buy justice with money and influence.

When Hilton was sentenced on May 4th Judge Michael Sauer said there would be no “alternative” punishments for her. Three days after surrendering to the jail (and getting five days jail credit) she was sent to her home to serve “home confinement.” Well, what did the judge’s order mean when it specifically prevented such lenient treatment? It meant nothing.

Blacks, Latinos and ordinary working Joes don’t get early release from jail because some psych says “they can’t do the time.” If that was the standard for home detention, we could empty out our jails today.

Hilton is a woman who has made a lifetime career of thumbing her nose at society, propriety and sobriety. And now she has thumbed her nose at the California judiciary.

She has made a joke of the judges of California.

Has Judge Sauer reacted? No, he has been remained silent. So he only acts tough when poor people are in front of him.

Hilton would have predictably had psychological adjustment problems in jail. She has a sociopathic personality disorder, or worse. She is not used to having her media access and her money taken away.

And the proceedings before Judge Sauer reflected that Hilton’s mother is as nutty as her daughter. In fact, her mother is a big time enabler. So going to jail would not have been an easy thing.

Hilton’s defense to breaking the law over and over again was that “she didn’t know” that her license was suspended. Well, for any ordinary person of such sub par intelligence, there is no exemption from jail. They get to stay in jail.

Where will the Paris Hilton saga end? My guess is that after the “45 days” are up, she will strike again, violate the law again, and the circus will go on and on until she kills someone in a car wreck, and it is too late to salvage the dignity and integrity of the California courts.

Come to think of it, California judges deserve Paris Hilton.

For those who didn’t know that there are two judicial systems in California, Paris Hilton provides an unavoidable eye-opener. She is rich, and she bought her way out of jail—after a judge said that would not happen. It happened. So much for California justice. Maybe justice is all just California dreamin’. Hilton proved there are two systems of justice in America, and that’s a great injustice. It also happens to be true.

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Chicago-based Internet journalist, broadcaster and critic Andy Martin is the Executive Editor and publisher of ContrarianCommentary.com. © Copyright by Andy Martin 2007. Martin covers national and world politics with forty years of personal experience. Columns also posted at ContrarianCommentary.blogspot.com; contrariancommentary.wordpress.com. Comments? E-mail: AndyMart20@aol.com. Media contact: (866) 706-2639. Cell (917) 664-9329 Web sites: ContrarianCommentary.com; AndyforUSSenator.com.

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