Moonbat Justice

by Dave Blount | November 16, 2010 1:46 pm

This farce[1] is what passes for justice under government of, by, and for moonbats:

David Weaving, who is serving a manslaughter sentence for striking and killing a 14-year-old boy with his car, is suing the victim’s parents, accusing them of being responsible for their son’s death because they allowed the boy to ride his bike in the street without a helmet.

Weaving was carelessly passing another car at about 83 mph in a 45-mph zone when his car struck Matthew Kenney in the Waterbury suburb of Prospect, about 30 miles outside of Hartford, Conn., on April, 27, 2007.

The aptly named Weaving wants the parents to compensate him for having endured “great mental and emotional pain and suffering” as a result of being blamed for their crime of not making the boy he killed wear a helmet, as well as for the loss of his “capacity to carry on in life’s activities” — such as driving drunk, for which he has been convicted multiple times.

Even if our legal system is still sane enough not to find in Weaver’s favor, Matthew’s parents will still have to pay lawyers a fortune to defend them from this absurd insult. Weaver on the other hand is a convicted criminal, so he gets everything for free. A judge even waived the $500 fee you or I would have to pay to file a claim.

Nonliberals are going to have to start going into law before it gets any crazier.

Matthew Kenney, RIP.

On a tip from AC. Cross-posted at Moonbattery[2].

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