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He's a dip. This is his typical grandstanding and baiting
behaviour. What exactly did he expect, given that they were criminals anyway, or was it simply something to permit him to inflict further indignities upon them. Such a creepazoid.
It's also been reported that he's started
playing such songs as the "Star Spangled Banner" and "God Bless America" over the PA system. Talk about cruel and unusual punishment. Prisoners deserve hugs and not antagonism. C'mon, Joe. Spread out those arms and give 'em a big squeeze.
RE: Talk about cruel and unusual punishment.
Take your favourite piece of music and let ME play it for you ( when and as often as I want) .....that's also cruel and unusual punishment...It's not that you won't enjoy the music...it's just that you have no control over when you have to listen to it.....
Isn't that music/noise the same methods used in Gitmo?
Everyone in the Arizona Prison isn't an illegal alien...are they given noise blocking headphones?
But I know you don't mean , you actually mean
Seems the sheriff is concerned about the cost of running the prisons...did he figure the cost of electricity to power the radios and loudspeakers?
The prisoners could have tore up the flags and used them to muffle the sound from the loudspeakers.
Ok then...it would be beyond cruel if
Joe got "The Beib" and Miley C. to do the songs as a duet. It would be torture at any volume. Of course, if he could pull that off, he might be able to get himself re-elected for life.
Prisoners deserve hugs and not antagonism
Guilty of a crime?
You will be incarcerated AND antagonized?
Cagney comedy called "One, Two, Three"
He was a Coca-Cola exec in W. Berlin. His daughter fell in love with an E. German kid. Complications ensued. Stasi captured the kid and tortured him with "Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Polka Dot Bikini." He didn't crack. They put it on a turntable with an off-center spindle, and he broke.
Another funny scene was when an Army MP confronted Cagney- with a Cagney impression.
Where would Sherriff Joe rate Philippine "justice"?