Person of the Week: Roman Polanski


ROMAN POLANSKI:   

[photo from Wikipedia, 2005]   

Proof that if a person has enough money and clout in certain circles, can buy a victim’s loyalty and outrun the law long enough,  there will be some in the system who will find a way to let him skate away

An example like this just makes it a lot more difficult to explain justice to people in general and to those with little or no money who rot in jail for lesser crimes.

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5 Responses

  1. random thing.

    NICE! You are a fan of nicedeb.

    I know nicedeb, she’s a sweet and pretty …

    • You got me. I’m sweet and pretty also, but don’t write me off as fluff. I’ve been wise since I was born.

  2. ………………………………………………………………………………

    Polanski is scum.

  3. Good riddance, indeed.

    Not only the wealthy, but under this administration the “connected” and the favored can also ignore the rule of law without consequence.

  4. So what else is new? There is no explaning justice to people who are without the funds to protect themselves from injustice; who cannot fly to distant lands to escape their nefarious deeds.
    The wealthy have privileges that non-wealthy citizens do not. It is what it is.
    One thought: I always believed Roman Polanski had a get-a-way plan prior to the public disclosure of his nefarious deed. He knew he was breaking the laws of the US and planned to leave if he was turned in. That is exactly what happened.
    So what if he can’t return to the US…our children are safer with him in exile. Good riddance

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