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Twitter twitch hunt finds its man
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https://twitter.com/...ed-embarrassed-me%2F

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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [klehner] [ In reply to ]
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And [bad guy] has been charged with a richly deserved assault charge.

I guess hearing that the President can “grab ‘em by the pussy” gave Mr. [jerk] permission to “swat her in the ass”.

My sincere hope is that this does not turn out well for him.

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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [SallyShortyPnts] [ In reply to ]
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Commentary on a Pathetics Thread on this topic is a bit disappointing.

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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [SallyShortyPnts] [ In reply to ]
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Twitter reports he's charged. I can't find it elsewhere. Let's let the news catch up to the internets.

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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [klehner] [ In reply to ]
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So apparently, the Savannah (Georgia) Bridge Run has made international news for the wrong reasons.

https://www.independent.co.uk/...n-alex-a9237696.html

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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [SallyShortyPnts] [ In reply to ]
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SallyShortyPnts wrote:
So apparently, the Savannah (Georgia) Bridge Run has made international news for the wrong reasons.

https://www.independent.co.uk/...n-alex-a9237696.html

The Independent asked for permission to use that video that started the twitter thread.

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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [Tsunami] [ In reply to ]
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Tsunami wrote:
Commentary on a Pathetics Thread on this topic is a bit disappointing.

I haven't read the previous 6 pages but she wasn't doing the race and shouldnt have been on the course.

He also shouldn't have slapped her on the bum. But charging him for assault is a bot over the top.



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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [klehner] [ In reply to ]
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And almost 7 1/2 million twitter views already. Isnt there some way that people can get paid for views? At the very least, hope she gets some pennies for being the subject of this story. I kind of feel bad for the dude a bit, he is going to get way more punishment that his indiscretion/crime warrants.

But like I say every single time stuff like this happens, just assume everything you do these days is being filmed, and how is it gonna look once viewed by the public at large? And as someone firmly in the Baby Boomer generation, I do take umbrage of the accusation thrown at us all earlier, how many hits will my outrage get on this one....
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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [SallyShortyPnts] [ In reply to ]
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SallyShortyPnts wrote:
So apparently, the Savannah (Georgia) Bridge Run has made international news for the wrong reasons.

https://www.independent.co.uk/...n-alex-a9237696.html

the independent reports on a case of objectifying a woman... and then you scroll down the rest of that publication's page ;-(

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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [PJC] [ In reply to ]
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PJC wrote:
But charging him for assault is a bot over the top.

No. It is not.

PJC wrote:
I haven't read the previous 6 pages but she wasn't doing the race and shouldnt have been on the course.

Ok, fair point. That still doesn't mean he should get off with anything less than a court visit.

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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [PJC] [ In reply to ]
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PJC wrote:
Tsunami wrote:
Commentary on a Pathetics Thread on this topic is a bit disappointing.

I haven't read the previous 6 pages but she wasn't doing the race and shouldnt have been on the course.

He also shouldn't have slapped her on the bum. But charging him for assault is a bot over the top.


The JSAV reporter was doing her job covering the race.

In the United States of America, unwanted touching is assault; if the prosecutor (JSA, where are you when I need you) decides that her buttocks are sexual, then a sexual assault charge is appropriate and justified by the video.

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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [SallyShortyPnts] [ In reply to ]
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I can’t decide which is worse, jackass slapping her butt or the Twitter verse calling for felony assault

Assault, misdemeanor, done

Felony assault????
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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [PJC] [ In reply to ]
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PJC wrote:


I haven't read the previous 6 pages but she wasn't doing the race and shouldnt have been on the course.


It looks like she was outside of the white lane line, just like the police-looking vehicle behind her. It looks like runners were veering over the line to try to get in the camera view (which is fine), rather than her impeding anyone's path. Was the police car escorting the TV van? Do you have some evidence that she was "on the course?" I don't see it.

Not even going to comment on your other statement.
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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [trail] [ In reply to ]
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trail wrote:
PJC wrote:


I haven't read the previous 6 pages but she wasn't doing the race and shouldnt have been on the course.


It looks like she was outside of the white lane line, just like the police-looking vehicle behind her. It looks like runners were veering over the line to try to get in the camera view (which is fine), rather than her impeding anyone's path. Was the police car escorting the TV van? Do you have some evidence that she was "on the course?" I don't see it.

Exactly. There's media people on the sideline of every sporting event, why should this race be different?
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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [monty] [ In reply to ]
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You feel bad for the dude? Wow. Tells us all we need to know about you.
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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [Herbert] [ In reply to ]
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Hey Herbert, fuck off...

I said I feel bad for the punishment he is going to get for his crime. Just like I would someone getting 10 years for smoking a joint back in the day.
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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [hadukla] [ In reply to ]
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hadukla wrote:
PJC wrote:
But charging him for assault is a bot over the top.


No. It is not.

PJC wrote:

I haven't read the previous 6 pages but she wasn't doing the race and shouldnt have been on the course.


Ok, fair point. That still doesn't mean he should get off with anything less than a court visit.


So...,. in other words.... "she asked for it"

"she shouldn't have been drunk in that bar"

"she shouldn't have worn that provocative outfit"

I thought we were over the days of blaming women for the way men act... Yes, you do acknowledge the need for punishment, but how on earth is her being in that physical location a "fair point" in any sense of those words?
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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [SallyShortyPnts] [ In reply to ]
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SallyShortyPnts wrote:

The JSAV reporter was doing her job covering the race.

In the United States of America, unwanted touching is assault; if the prosecutor (JSA, where are you when I need you) decides that her buttocks are sexual, then a sexual assault charge is appropriate and justified by the video.

Agree.
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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [klehner] [ In reply to ]
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How has Peter Sagan won all those races over the years being locked up for this 2013 ass pinch?
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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [vanchize] [ In reply to ]
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vanchize wrote:
How has Peter Sagan won all those races over the years being locked up for this 2013 ass pinch?

What possible point do you think you are making? Are you saying that since Sagan got away with it then everybody should get away with it? Do you think you actually said something clever? Pathetic.
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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [SallyShortyPnts] [ In reply to ]
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SallyShortyPnts wrote:
The JSAV reporter was doing her job covering the race.

In the United States of America, unwanted touching is assault; if the prosecutor (JSA, where are you when I need you) decides that her buttocks are sexual, then a sexual assault charge is appropriate and justified
by the video.

That was NOT Sexual assault.

Assault maybe.

If you honestly believe that is sexual assault, your sex life must be out of control. Walk into the kitchen, put your hand on your wifes bum. Was that good for you honey?

The real issue here is you yanks love to sue over anything. And going to court for this is why america is so screwed up. Sure fine the guy $1000 for assault. Force him to say sorry. But anything more is so pathetic.



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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [PJC] [ In reply to ]
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What? Pretty much defines it.
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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [SallyShortyPnts] [ In reply to ]
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SallyShortyPnts wrote:
PJC wrote:
Tsunami wrote:
Commentary on a Pathetics Thread on this topic is a bit disappointing.

I haven't read the previous 6 pages but she wasn't doing the race and shouldnt have been on the course.

He also shouldn't have slapped her on the bum. But charging him for assault is a bot over the top.


The JSAV reporter was doing her job covering the race.

In the United States of America, unwanted touching is assault; if the prosecutor (JSA, where are you when I need you) decides that her buttocks are sexual, then a sexual assault charge is appropriate and justified by the video.

Yup!! If that happens to my family, but he’s not punished properly. I will hunt him down and chop his hand off. That will teach him a lesson and send the message to the society. Just don’t do stupid shit like this.
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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [Tsunami] [ In reply to ]
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Tsunami wrote:
Commentary on a Pathetics Thread on this topic is a bit disappointing.

totally agree, there was no need to bring that in.
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Re: Twitter twitch hunt finds its man [SallyShortyPnts] [ In reply to ]
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I think it’s pretty clear the slapping of the reporter’s behind is sexual assault.

Did you see her face afterward? She’s clearly disturbed. What a bummer for her.

For those who feel like an assault charge is too harsh, think about it in the reverse. What if this guy slaps the reporter’s behind on live TV and DOESN’T get charged with a serious offense? What is the message to that reporter? That she has to put up with it. What is the message to the general population? That it’s okay to touch someone like that.
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