Daily Commentary – Thursday, July 26th, 2007 – Judicial System Frees Accused Child Rapist Mahamu Kanneh

  • Dana Pretzer discusses Mahamu Kanneh freed after 9 counts of rape and sex abuse are dismissed by Judge Katherine Savage. Lack of Liberian “Vai” dialect interpreter cited as reason for denial of a “speedy trial.”

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    5 Responses to “Daily Commentary – Thursday, July 26th, 2007 – Judicial System Frees Accused Child Rapist Mahamu Kanneh”

    1. Miss-Underestimated on July 26th, 2007 9:19 am

      Actually why couldn’t this judge DETAIN him until they found an interpetor? Some of the judges are as usless to society as the perverts/scum they let roam.


      I was wondering last night, if John Walsh or another advocate who has the data, can’t come up with a list of all children murdered and raped by these bottom feeders, that we can email to these judges?

      Maybe some kind of campaign can be made that shows how many of our children are lost to these scum buckets.

      Also a list of the judges who let em go, so when election time comes we can get them off of their thrones.

    2. kitty on July 26th, 2007 2:44 pm

      Case point.. on this article and the one above this on this site.

      Our judical system does not value children. Miss Underestimated makes a valuable observation and I/we’d all like to know what else we can do to change laws.

      SM what can be done? It’s time.

    3. Swift Hammer on July 27th, 2007 1:11 am

      Judges and prosecutors see more perversion and crime than most of us ever dream of. They are ones actually out there dealing with these people. The rest of us just sit around and whine on blogs when things don’t go our way. In a month this will be forgotten and everyone will be on to the next moral outrage that they’ll do nothing about.

    4. Carpe Noctem on July 27th, 2007 4:31 am

      Swift Hammer,

      You sure that was the best user name choice? You sound

      more like a rubber mallet to me!

    5. Miss-Underestimated on July 27th, 2007 9:07 am

      If all Judges has a swift hammer, this wouldn’t be happening now would it?

      Sorry but in a month this will still be an issue, along with all the other perverts that are let back out to rape and murder our children.

      I am surmising from your NIC that you proclaim yourself to be of the courts? You tell us what to do to change this. Judges records do not become a issue until election time comes and the opponents campaign against them.

      I think the courts should publish all proceedings on a monthly basis naming the judge, the perps and the crime, and what the judges ruling are, so that voters can make a decision based on so.

      Whadaya think?

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