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SHOULD ROMAN POLASKI BE EXTRADITED?


[+] serious ballot by larrynelmira

The Arrest of Roman Polanski: France and Poland Appeal to Hillary Clinton to Intervene
Fleeing Sentencing for Unlawful Sex With 13-Year-Old 31 Years Ago

FILE - Polish-born film director Roman Polanski during the burial ceremony for French film maker Claude Berri in Montrouge, outside Paris, in this Jan. 15, 2009 file photo. Organizers of the Zurich Film Festival say director Roman Polanski has been taken into custody on a 31-year-old U.S. arrest warrant. The organizers say Polanski was detained by police Saturday Sept. 26, 2009. (AP

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COMMENTS:
Voted : Bring him back to US
Hell yes.

I don't care about his experience in the holocaust or his wife's murder. That doesn't make up for raping a child, the french are fucked up for thinking otherwise.

Voted : other
Hang him up by his penis and whack him around the testicles like a piņata. Send what's left back.
Now that is justice... Britvic style! :)


P.S., memo to self: never make Britvic angry. :)

would those not famous get the same treatment, asking Hillary to intervene? I doubt it, so I guess because he is famous some people are calling for his freedom.

Isn't that special ?

uh, the victim says the court system damaged her more than polanski did.

she doesn't want to sue/press charges (she got her civil settlement). It's gonna be a huge waste of time and money to bring him to trial without a cooperating victim.
by LCD [+]

^ that's true, my beef is that France and other countries want special treatment for him, I don't think they are doing it because of the woman not pressing charges.

Would they do the same with you or me?

uh, the victim says the court system damaged her more than polanski did.

she doesn't want to sue/press charges (she got her civil settlement). It's gonna be a huge waste of time and money to bring him to trial without a cooperating victim.
by LCD on Tue Sep 29, 09 12:54pm

^Maybe, if he hadn't plead guilty.

Voted : Bring him back to US
He's guilty. Unless evidence proves otherwise, end of story. Whatever the facts are about a crime.
It's not just about one victim. What if there's another? Preventing another crime is just as important as justice for the victim.




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