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Judge Moss has revoked Patrick Montgomery's bail, pending a discussion on whether the sides can find an alternative. Montgomery, a professional hunting guide, was caught shooting a mountain lion with a gun that, as a felon, he cannot possess.
Tbh? My kids will 100% work awful service jobs as teenagers That way they don’t turn into entitled asshats in their early twenties I was 14 the first time I dealt with a shitty customer and lord love me since that day I have always thanked cashiers and waitstaff
A longtime checkers club in DC was in danger of losing its home of 4 decades. Then a local nonprofit heard about its plight from a @paulschwartzman story.
Classic signs you're getting old: ✅graying around the temples ✅can't drink like you used to ✅peer from when you were 25 joins congressional leadership after attempting to overturn a free and fair election.
@ryanjreilly @MacFarlaneNews They didn't give him the normal conditions. No stay-away, no tracking, no prohibition on guns, and no passport seizure.
@ryanjreilly @MacFarlaneNews That'll only last until he appears in DC, but it's fairly remarkable and it seems they can make a case that Warnagris' behavior was worse than Freddie Klein's.
“The Marines. We’re looking for a few good men.*” *Smart enough not to attack their own government after absorbing obvious bullshit in Fox News and Facebook.
Late to this, but Philly DA on PBS is as good as everyone says. There’s quite a scene where staffers poking around some old files find a secret Brady list of police officers labeled “damaged goods”
@ryanjreilly 😂 What a strange sentence, that last one. Made me laugh out loud. It’s been a weird time, hasn’t it.
@CPTDoomDC @ryanjreilly I'm going into Foggy tonight and have absolutely no idea what debauchery I will see. Steeling myself for it.
"These cases are going to go on for a very long time," @HuffPost senior justice reporter @ryanjreilly said of the Capitol insurrection. Listen to his full interview with WITF's @JuliaKAgos: https://t.co/9bu6Ho85CW
At some point, you think the story of the MOVE bombing couldn't get any more cartoonishly evil, but Philadelphia has been raising that bar for decades.