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“Justifiable Indignation”

Elizabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff translated this pathetic and insane news story from today’s newspaper- Die Kronenzeitung, January 7, 2010, page 12.

Don’t choke on your laughter, America is going this same way.

“Justifiable indignation”:

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Thief allowed to destroy police car

What happens to a presumed thief, carrying a wallet that does not belong to him, who is held by police? Correct. He is allowed to keep the money and smash the police car, as happened at the Praterstern (Vienna). Why was there no arrest?

Reason: The “indignation” was justified.

The story seems complicated, yet it is simply absurd. A Tunisian man (22) is unable to pay his bill at a kebap stand. Police search him and find a wallet not belonging to him with 60 euros and credit cards not issued to the suspect, who says, “I found the wallet.” Adding:” But the 60 euros are mine!”

Now the story gets bizarre: Because the policemen do not want to return the bills, the man goes berserk, demolishes the police car, slashes the seat covers ans smashes the windows. Surprising reaction from the public prosecutor’s office: “Justifiable indignation.” The 60 euros are returned to the Tunisian, and he is a free man.

Reaction from David Lasar, FPÖ security spokesman: “The Tunisian man destroyed the police car, smashed the windows, slashed the seats. And then he is let go – with the money! As long as the prosecutor’s office makes these kinds of decisions, the hard work of the police force resembles that of Sisyphus.”

Elizabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff was featured here on several occasions:

9 thoughts on “Got a new one: “JUSTIFIABLE INDIGNATION””

  1. Honour without dignity or dignity without honour a difficult concept for five times a day headbangers. When you believe in revealation over reality your ability to differentiate between reality and bullshit is compomised. Also why do some of the dickheads that infest the media go into bat for this evil ideology it is totally beyond belief and sanity.

  2. This story is very incredible,but i know i’m awake otherwise i should not beleive it.

  3. He cannot pay his bill at the kebab stand, even with “his” 60 euros?

    He “found” the wallet & cards, but did not hand it in?

    Vandalised a police car, and walked free.

    Public prosecutor? What’s next, the Comfy Chair?

  4. * Advisor to the government…?

    Muslim Reference Group?
    Young Austrian of the Year?

    (drug trip down memory lane)

    Hage-Ali awarded $18,705 in court case
    October 14, 2009

    A “bright young star” who was NSW Young Australian of the Year has been awarded almost $19,000 in damages for being unlawfully arrested in a cocaine case.

    Iktimal Hage-Ali, who admitted using the drug, sued the state of NSW claiming she was wrongfully arrested and detained in Sydney in 2006 on suspicion of supplying cocaine.

    On Wednesday in the NSW District Court, Judge Michael Elkaim upheld the 25-year-old’s claims and awarded her $18,705.

    He said her “ordeal” lasted three-and-a-half hours, from the time of her arrest on November 6 until her release without charge.

    “During this time she would have been confused, humiliated, distressed and worried about the implications of her arrest,” he said.

  5. Find the prosecutor and terminate its employment. NOW!!! Then find the pig muslim and deport it. NOW!!

  6. One used to say about such antics it would be funny if it weren’t so serious.

    Now however I think the whole story is just too funny for words.

    So just maybe if everyone just laughs about this kind of stupidity, the laughter will become a deafening roar of ridicule and embarrassment that these dhimmis will be unable to ignore.

    Public embarrassment by ridicule and laughter might (if people get into the act) begin to have some effect for the good.

    I’m still laughing at the outrageous stupidity of the fool who let this antisocial misfit walk free.

  7. Did the authorities attempt to contact the individual whose identity was in the ‘found’ wallet? This individual, the owner of that wallet, could readily have identified the defendant as the thief who stole his wallet as well as identify the contents of the wallet up to and including the $60. Was this done? Why not? Why isn’t the license of the prosecuting attorney under review for overlooking important details? Where is the police department in all this? Do they investigate anything anymore? WTH?

  8. There appears to be way too much sisyphean conduct these days by law enforcement, politicians, Liberal minded people.
    I wonder if they’re putting something in our food or drink or both?
    It’s almost as if everyone is on “Soma”. They appear to be going about their daily life but they are in a cloud, oblivious to what is actually happening around them. The world could crumble beneath their feet and they wouldn’t do anything to stop it but would just fall with it.
    Soma…drug of choice…
    “All the advantages of Christianity and alcohol; none of their defects.”

    “Swallowing half an hour before closing time, that second dose of soma had raised a quite impenetrable wall between the actual universe and their minds.”

    “I don’t understand anything,” she said with decision, determined to preserve her incomprehension intact. “Nothing. Least of all,” she continued in another tone “why you don’t take soma when you have these dreadful ideas of yours. You’d forget all about them. And instead of feeling miserable, you’d be jolly. So jolly,”

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