Speaking of Benjamin Crump
Posted by DNW on 2014/08/15
From his website: Intellectual powerhouse Benjamin Crump.
Read the screen capture below and weep for civilization.
Three so-called “Esquires”, all signing off on a contemptibly inflammatory polemic intended to shift attention away from what appears to be a steadily creeping indictment of the moral character of the late Michael Brown of Ferguson, Missouri.
And all they succeed in demonstrating is their own moral and intellectual incompetence.
See the first paragraph issued by these legal geniuses: “piece mil” for “piecemeal”. Unfortunately for them, it is the kind of error spell check won’t catch; since, both “piece” and “mil” are real words.
So three activist lawyers rush to the scene of a fiasco, put their demonstrably sub-par heads together, and that is what results.
Did they write the nonsense they published above? Who knows? But it appears over Crump’s name.
Did they read it? Again, who knows? But one is justified in presuming that material published over a man’s name has at least been read by him.
Three publicity seeking bomb throwing lawyers, and apparently not one of them could spell “piecemeal”.
And just in case people are wondering if some AOL typist is responsible for the error in the statement:
Kind of sums it up, doesn’t it?
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