- Jan 13, 2013
Did you even look at the documents?Ashli Babbitt had a criminal record.
Does that normally mean something for you guys?
I can't quite recall what was said by you guys when someone who has a criminal record is killed by law enforcement.
Ashli Babbitt, 35, died from a gunshot wound to the chest after she joined dozens of protestors who stormed the Capitol on Wednesday.www.dailymail.co.uk
Literally says "judgement of acquittal" and "not guilty".
The second case is a "temporary peace order"...which I assume was for the divorce. There's no "permanent peace order" and the "final peace order" wasn't even given...
Literally a temporary charge given while they did arbitration for the "final peace order" which was never given.
The Peace Order is a form of legal protection for anyone who is experiencing problems with an individual, including someone in a dating relationship, a neighbor, a stranger, or anyone else. The Peace Order enables an individual (Petitioner) who wishes to be left alone to ask the Court to order another person (Respondent) to stay away and refrain from any contact with you. This article is a step-by-step guide to help you protect yourself.
So, her rap sheet consists of...no convictions.
Well played, you almost had something.
You'll defend a POS criminal like George Floyd, but nothing for a woman who literally has no convictions. Let's pretend I'm surprised.