Woman Charged In Fatal Bus-push Of Elderly Man Is Released On Bail  

 

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25/05/2019 5:26 pm  

This is a follow-up of the sickening story I brought your attention to in this thread: https://theindependentman.org/Forum/the-independent-man/video-shows-moment-elderly-man-is-pushed-off-bus-leading-to-his-death/

"Cadesha Bishop, 25, of Las Vegas, was free Wednesday after posting $100,000 bond. She’s now on high-level electronic monitoring ahead of her preliminary hearing on May 23, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports."  That's $10,000 someone paid to bail her out. 

"Court records cited by KLAS show that Bishop was previously convicted of domestic violence in 2012 and 2013." That's at least two counts of D.V.

Tell me something, although I know the answer to it. Had a man, who'd previously been convicted of D.V, twice, pushed an elderly woman off the bus, would he have received a $100,000 bond or a $1,000,000 bond? Would he have been released back on the streets with an electronic bracelet? 

In that first thread about this cold-blooded public murder, did I say she was going to get let off easy? Did I say she would only do Community Service? $100,000 bond is a slap on the wrist and an insult to the family of that dead old man. The bitch has been caught being violent on two previous occasions but Nooooo, this corrupt cucked judge thought it best to let her out of jail with a bracelet.

Tell me she'll do hard time. Tell me she'll be punished with the same heartless severity she showed that elderly gentleman... Can you seriously tell me that?

And so it goes on. The public murders of innocent men sanctioned, encouraged and approved by the gynocentric Injustice System!

FEMINISTS!!! THIS one is on YOU, too!! Your souls must be as black as sackcloth by now and ALL the men YOU have killed will witness and point the finger at YOU during Judgement Day! You will NOT be able to talk your way out of it while in front of the Creator of the Universe. Your OWN tongues will convict you and there will be NO mercy for those who showed NO mercy for the lives of decent human beings! May your souls disappear into oblivion for ever!

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25/05/2019 5:38 pm  

I hate to break it to you but her bail isn't out of the ordinary, for men or women, even if they've got priors.  At least in a large metropolitan area.  Something to check is whether LV has instituted bail reform.  Here in Houston that's been the case.  Also, you've got to look at the charge(s) here.  Most frequently bail is attached to the charge itself and follows a schedule, even with the bail reform.  So capital murder would be 1 million dollars and simple assault could be 5,000 dollars.  These are just hypothetical.   


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25/05/2019 6:04 pm  
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I hate to break it to you but her bail isn't out of the ordinary, for men or women, even if they've got priors.  At least in a large metropolitan area.  Something to check is whether LV has instituted bail reform.  Here in Houston that's been the case.  Also, you've got to look at the charge(s) here.  Most frequently bail is attached to the charge itself and follows a schedule, even with the bail reform.  So capital murder would be 1 million dollars and simple assault could be 5,000 dollars.  These are just hypothetical.   

I'm not talking about the usual or unusual amount of the bail so much as I'm saying that based on it she will be let off easy. Shit, she's already home watching Oprah while she killed a man not even a week ago! 

Tell me the same thing would happen to a man under the same circumstances.

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I hate to break it to you but her bail isn't out of the ordinary, for men or women, even if they've got priors.  At least in a large metropolitan area.  Something to check is whether LV has instituted bail reform.  Here in Houston that's been the case.  Also, you've got to look at the charge(s) here.  Most frequently bail is attached to the charge itself and follows a schedule, even with the bail reform.  So capital murder would be 1 million dollars and simple assault could be 5,000 dollars.  These are just hypothetical.   

I'm not talking about the usual or unusual amount of the bail so much as I'm saying that based on it she will be let off easy. Shit, she's already home watching Oprah while she killed a man not even a week ago! 

Tell me the same thing would happen to a man under the same circumstances.

Actually you did reference her bail directly and asked whether or not that amount would be something a man would get.  I was referring to that line that you wrote, which is still there for you to read.  Go check it out.  

I further explained, and I will restate here, that this is not unusual amount of bail for a woman or a man with priors.  Reread that again.  It's the same line I used before.  To put it another way, MEN frequently get this type of treatment in large metropolitan areas, Houston being one of them.  That's assuming they get arrested for any kind of homicide in the first place as the clearance rate in Houston/ Harris County isn't as high as one might think.

So in the end she'll likely get the a very similar type of punishment as a man would, either a combination of prison time with some manner of treatment and some manner of community supervision after that or just strait jail time for a period.  A lot depends on what type of defense council she gets.  Being represented by a public defender, which is likely what she'll get, typically results in a plea bargain of some sort with includes a guilty plea combined with prison time. 


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I hate to break it to you but her bail isn't out of the ordinary, for men or women, even if they've got priors.  At least in a large metropolitan area.  Something to check is whether LV has instituted bail reform.  Here in Houston that's been the case.  Also, you've got to look at the charge(s) here.  Most frequently bail is attached to the charge itself and follows a schedule, even with the bail reform.  So capital murder would be 1 million dollars and simple assault could be 5,000 dollars.  These are just hypothetical.   

I'm not talking about the usual or unusual amount of the bail so much as I'm saying that based on it she will be let off easy. Shit, she's already home watching Oprah while she killed a man not even a week ago! 

Tell me the same thing would happen to a man under the same circumstances.

Actually you did reference her bail directly and asked whether or not that amount would be something a man would get.  I was referring to that line that you wrote, which is still there for you to read.  Go check it out.  

I further explained, and I will restate here, that this is not unusual amount of bail for a woman or a man with priors.  Reread that again.  It's the same line I used before.  To put it another way, MEN frequently get this type of treatment in large metropolitan areas, Houston being one of them.  That's assuming they get arrested for any kind of homicide in the first place as the clearance rate in Houston/ Harris County isn't as high as one might think.

So in the end she'll likely get the a very similar type of punishment as a man would, either a combination of prison time with some manner of treatment and some manner of community supervision after that or just strait jail time for a period.  A lot depends on what type of defense council she gets.  Being represented by a public defender, which is likely what she'll get, typically results in a plea bargain of some sort with includes a guilty plea combined with prison time. 

Oh... then everything is just as they should be.  

You ought to explain all that to the family of Serge Fournier, 74, killed in cold blood in front of dozens of witnesses.

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I hate to break it to you but her bail isn't out of the ordinary, for men or women, even if they've got priors.  At least in a large metropolitan area.  Something to check is whether LV has instituted bail reform.  Here in Houston that's been the case.  Also, you've got to look at the charge(s) here.  Most frequently bail is attached to the charge itself and follows a schedule, even with the bail reform.  So capital murder would be 1 million dollars and simple assault could be 5,000 dollars.  These are just hypothetical.   

I'm not talking about the usual or unusual amount of the bail so much as I'm saying that based on it she will be let off easy. Shit, she's already home watching Oprah while she killed a man not even a week ago! 

Tell me the same thing would happen to a man under the same circumstances.

Actually you did reference her bail directly and asked whether or not that amount would be something a man would get.  I was referring to that line that you wrote, which is still there for you to read.  Go check it out.  

I further explained, and I will restate here, that this is not unusual amount of bail for a woman or a man with priors.  Reread that again.  It's the same line I used before.  To put it another way, MEN frequently get this type of treatment in large metropolitan areas, Houston being one of them.  That's assuming they get arrested for any kind of homicide in the first place as the clearance rate in Houston/ Harris County isn't as high as one might think.

So in the end she'll likely get the a very similar type of punishment as a man would, either a combination of prison time with some manner of treatment and some manner of community supervision after that or just strait jail time for a period.  A lot depends on what type of defense council she gets.  Being represented by a public defender, which is likely what she'll get, typically results in a plea bargain of some sort with includes a guilty plea combined with prison time. 

Oh... then everything is just as they should be.  

You ought to explain all that to the family of Serge Fournier, 74, killed in cold blood in front of dozens of witnesses.

Give me their phone numbers and I can do that for you.  Although they may not have much interest in this case.


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I hate to break it to you but her bail isn't out of the ordinary, for men or women, even if they've got priors.  At least in a large metropolitan area.  Something to check is whether LV has instituted bail reform.  Here in Houston that's been the case.  Also, you've got to look at the charge(s) here.  Most frequently bail is attached to the charge itself and follows a schedule, even with the bail reform.  So capital murder would be 1 million dollars and simple assault could be 5,000 dollars.  These are just hypothetical.   

I'm not talking about the usual or unusual amount of the bail so much as I'm saying that based on it she will be let off easy. Shit, she's already home watching Oprah while she killed a man not even a week ago! 

Tell me the same thing would happen to a man under the same circumstances.

Actually you did reference her bail directly and asked whether or not that amount would be something a man would get.  I was referring to that line that you wrote, which is still there for you to read.  Go check it out.  

I further explained, and I will restate here, that this is not unusual amount of bail for a woman or a man with priors.  Reread that again.  It's the same line I used before.  To put it another way, MEN frequently get this type of treatment in large metropolitan areas, Houston being one of them.  That's assuming they get arrested for any kind of homicide in the first place as the clearance rate in Houston/ Harris County isn't as high as one might think.

So in the end she'll likely get the a very similar type of punishment as a man would, either a combination of prison time with some manner of treatment and some manner of community supervision after that or just strait jail time for a period.  A lot depends on what type of defense council she gets.  Being represented by a public defender, which is likely what she'll get, typically results in a plea bargain of some sort with includes a guilty plea combined with prison time. 

Oh... then everything is just as they should be.  

You ought to explain all that to the family of Serge Fournier, 74, killed in cold blood in front of dozens of witnesses.

Give me their phone numbers and I can do that for you.  Although they may not have much interest in this case.

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