August 13, 2009

"A lot of people aren't happy about the outcome of their cases but this is totally new."

Shit happens. In the Bronx.

13 comments:

Big Mike said...

Not even particularly interested. On the other hand, at the link you could do a second link to this story, which is a follow-up to your trip to Ouray.

traditionalguy said...

Now that is what I call contempt of court.

bearbee said...

Probably lost their way while going to The Halls of Congress in Washington DC.

Pity.

It would have enhanced the aroma.

Methadras said...

As if there is a difference in the Bronx. What a disaster area that place is.

essaybee said...

I can't imagine who'd be stupid enough to leave that much DNA in the vicinity of so many people who might get a little over-zealous about punishing the poopy perpetrator.

Marcia said...

How urbane.

Comrade X said...

has anyone checked Najeh "Dookie" Davenport's whereabouts on the day in question?

Cedarford said...

From the NYNews comments:

What do you expect? The vast majority of people there to do "business" in the court, are animals. Don't believe me? Go to their homes in the projects and other buildings. They urinate and defecate in the elevators, halls etc. This is the future of america.

Bissage said...

Looks like it’s about time for Congress to allocate a couple of million dollars for poop-sniffing dogs.

wv = gensul, son of gendrul, son of genfil, son of loin.

Edgehopper said...

Two piles of human waste in the Bronx Supreme Court lobby is nothing new. Two piles of human feces, on the other hand...

bagoh20 said...

Whoever they called to "remedy" the situation is currently occupying the bottom rung of the justice system, but you got to start somewhere.

OhioAnne said...

Once was on a committee with a woman whose job it was to document all the strange things taken off court visitors in a given month. No poop that I recall, but an amazing list of entirely stupid things to bring to court: guns, knives, drugs of all kinds, etc.

EDH said...

Authorities were disgusted to find two piles of human waste on the carpet in the lobby of Bronx Supreme Court around noon.

Usually referred to as the attorneys for the plaintiff and the defendant.