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Wednesday November 06, 2002
06:13 PM

Fry Winona!

[ #8809 ]
I know this has nothing to do with anything, but Winona Ryder was found guilty of felony grand theft and vandalism, but not burglary.

In the words of the bully from The Simpsons: Hah, hah!

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  • Although legal definitions vary from place to place, in my part of the world ( Uniform Code of Military Justice, Article 129 [af.mil] ) a burglary has to happen at night in someone's home. During the day time it is called housebreaking. Why that matters I do not know. The only time it mattered to me I ended up charging the guy with Damage to Government Property, Article 108 [af.mil] anyway. Maybe I should look it up in the Oxford English Dictionary someday. I bet burglary was something that kept happening to Old Man Bur
    • The AP news article implied that burglarly had to do with intent (to some degree), and that must have been the 5 1/2 hour sticking point the jury deliberated. I guess the fact that she had a pair of scissors on her when she walked into the store wasn't enough.

      I was hoping for the death penalty, but I guess she's just gonna get community service. These damned liberal judges...