“Prosecuting a woman for ‘staring’ at a police dog is absurd,” said her lawyer. “People are allowed to make faces at police dogs and officers to express their disapproval. It’s constitutional expression,” said public defender Kelly Green, who represented Jayna Hutchinson. More: What’s up with police?
And Now This Is Happening?
When a gossip site has a picture of Mel Gibson that looks more like Ted Kaczynski, and a story about drunken, anti-semitic ravings, I think “eh.” But somehow I get more
interested agitated when I learn the cops might have sanitized the police report of the whole affair.
update: ooh, what about his endorsements?
I’m entirely captivated by Mark Michaelson‘s collection of mug shots on Flickr. It’s titled “Least Wanted” and he notes with little fanfare that they’re “Nobody famous.” Some of the photos contain little histories, like this set from the 40s and 50s that includes conviction details — “30 days W. H.” for “selling obscene literature.” Another […] » about 200 words