Sayeth the Good Doctor Dunk:
Now on to the PJW I feel that to put someone's info out like that is totally out of line.Maybe I missed it, but I don't recall DrDipshit having the same objection when my personal information was shared with all 13 people who read the Streetwalker Forums over there on a regular basis (not that I object either--if I was worried about people knowing who I am or what I do or what my stance is re: what ails Baltimore, I wouldn't be using my real name or talking to news cameras, reporters, cops, and other community groups). But the hypocrisy seems pretty galling.
In any event, the Good Doctor misses the larger point--I'm not the one doing anything illegal or contributing to the continued downward spiral of an addicted, abused woman. Any claim on the ethical high ground kinda melts away when you get your jollies by taking advantage of a drug addict in a public place.
Dr. Doofus rambles on:
I know what we do is what you may call morally incorrectYa don't say.
but what gives them the right to display someone's court infoThe same right everyone has--it's public info because the taxpayers are charging you with a crime. They put it there for a reason. Something to think about the next time you're feeling the urge to get a toothless sore infested addict to blow you: any more potential employers are going to Google you. Imagine how much they'll enjoy reading about you here. It's public information because the public has the right to know what their tax dollars are doing in re: law enforcement, and who the criminals amongst us are.
I personally think that the gentlemen that runs the website has some other motive other than protecting the neighborhood I don't know what it could be.You're right, we push brooms around on Saturday mornings in the rain and cold and heat and take the chance the community activist takes when he or she sticks up for their neighborhood in Baltimore for some other reason...hmmm...yeah I can't imagine what it could be either.
Anyway, the 29th is my birthday. I can't imagine a better present than talking with the SAO and the judge about the "victimless crime" our buddy Mark committed and how it'd be nice if they'd actually give people a reason to quit feeding the problem.