January 26, 2014
Protesting nun receiving harsher sentence than police who beat homeless man really a thing that is happening
According to actual things that are actually happening, an 84-year old nun convicted on felony charges for breaking into Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge could face five to seven years in prison. That recommended prison sentence is exactly five to seven years longer than three former Knoxville police officers received for beating a handcuffed, mentally ill homeless man. "It turns out that the three former police officers who punched, kicked and slammed a handcuffed man into the hood of a car were each sentenced to an entire year of probation, while a peace activist will probably spend at least five years in federal prison," said a spokesperson for actuality. "That is really a thing that is really going to take place on this plane of reality." The police beating of Knoxville's Michael Allen Mallicoat, which was captured on video, left the man with broken ribs and a punctured lung. Anti-nuclear weaponry activist Sister Megan Rice's left the government with red cheeks and several awkward excuses.
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