Friday, January 15, 2010

I have referred in the past to 'Lawyers in uniform';

how about 'miserable scum-sucking God-cursed worthless lawyers in uniform'?
An Illinois National Guard soldier in Afghanistan has been charged by the U.S. Army with possessing child pornography over pictures of a young relative his mother says she sent him.

Terri Miller of Galesburg says she sent her son, Specialist Billy Miller, pictures of the little girl to help him get over his homesickness.

The pictures show the child in a swimsuit playing a wading pool and sitting on a truck. In one, the girl is wearing a swim suit and part of her buttocks are exposed.

The Army says Miller will stay in Afghanistan until his court martial. His unit came home last August. Miller faces jail time, if convicted
Sound stupid? Idiotic? Disgusting? How's about some more background:
WQAD TV reports that the child is a relative whom the family says Billy treated as his own child when the girl was diagnosed with cancer as her father went through boot camp. Her father, the station reports, can't believe the charges, especially since they're on other family computers and on Facebook pages and no one else has been investigated.
Well, apparently the rest of the family is lucky some scum-sucking lawyer in uniform didn't happen across them and decide to demonstrate his 'Care For The Children' by reporting them to CPS; probably so he can trumpet it down the road when he plans to run for office somewhere.

Hey, Army: is there truly so little to do that you let these parasites screw soldiers over this way? And if there's so little for them to do that they have time to play bullshit games like this, GET RID OF THE BASTARDS.

I'd say 'thanks' to TAH for posting on this, except he just blew my blood pressure through the gauge.

1 comment:

wolfwalker said...

miserable scum-sucking God-cursed worthless lawyers in uniform'

Multiply redundant. "Lawyers in uniform" sums it up just fine.