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Analysis posted Mar 23 2011, 10:05 AM Category: Politics/Corruption Source: InformationLiberation Print

District Attorney Who Prosecuted Paris Hilton for Cocaine Possession Arrested Buying Cocaine

Chris | InformationLiberation

Here's the state for you. This taxfeeder's full time job is throwing non-violent "criminals" in jail and depriving them of their life, liberty and property because they just so happen to partake in drugs which the state arbitrarily declares illegal. Meanwhile, after pleading his case, or perhaps before pleading his case, he is getting doped up on cocaine himself. This case reminds me of the federal judge who was "known for his stiff drug sentences" getting caught buying drugs for his favorite prostitute.

Reuters reports:
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) The Las Vegas deputy district attorney who prosecuted Paris Hilton for cocaine possession was arrested over the weekend after allegedly buying a rock of cocaine, authorities said on Monday.

Clark County Deputy District Attorney David Schubert, 47, was taken into custody in Las Vegas on Saturday afternoon and booked on one count of cocaine possession.

Schubert, who has prosecuted Hilton and pop star Bruno Mars on similar charges, was released on Sunday after posting bail and was scheduled for an initial court appearance on Monday.

"I'm very disappointed to learn one of our prosecutors was allegedly buying rock cocaine," Clark County District Attorney David Roger told Reuters in a telephone interview. "This is an individual I placed a great deal of trust in by assigning him to a state and federal drug task force."
Ah yes, tells us more of your statist blather. The fact of the matter is, drug laws are nothing more than men with guns threatening people with violence for consuming a substance the state arbitrarily deems evil. If there is no victim, it's not a crime, it's that simple.

Update: Sure enough, it's being reported he "scored coke 3 to 4 times a week" at the time he was prosecuting Paris and pop star Burno Mars.





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GiantStrides

Posted: Mar 24 2011, 6:59 PM

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6376 Yeah... drugs never cause any problems and drug use creates no victims. You must have done a good deal of them yourself to make such a ridiculous statement.
Chris

Posted: Mar 25 2011, 7:06 AM

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Did I say that somewhere?
GiantStrides=can't read

Posted: Mar 28 2011, 6:20 PM

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189176 no one said that, why are you putting words in people's mouths? Arguing a point that doesn't even exist here.... well that's just stupid.

Congratulations on being part of the problem.
Anonymous

Posted: Apr 03 2011, 7:42 PM

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190212 Only in Las Vegas.
Police>Dogshit

Posted: Apr 22 2011, 2:14 PM

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70184 "The fact of the matter is, drug laws are nothing more than men with guns threatening people with violence for consuming a substance the state arbitrarily deems evil. If there is no victim, it's not a crime, it's that simple"- What Chris stated.

Case and point.


letsgetreal

Posted: Dec 05 2011, 8:04 AM

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17499 weed should be legal, but cocaine is addictive man- it *should* be illegal.
he's still a hypocrite tho
Chris

Posted: Dec 05 2011, 8:19 AM

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So if addictiveness is what "should" determine illegality, should cigarettes be illegal? Caffeine? Sugary food? Marijuana is addictive, not as much as other drugs, but it's addictive none the less. Why should it be legal, but all those other addictive things be illegal? How about we just allow people to consume whatever the hell they please and not have government goon-squads throw people in cages for non-crimes?
Anonymous

Posted: Nov 18 2012, 2:16 AM

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68206 Drugs should be illegal if used in front of children r at work
Anonymous

Posted: Dec 09 2012, 12:53 PM

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9926 Drug laws create victims by allowing criminals, with little to no regard for human life or well-being, to control their markets. Recidivism rates in our nation prove, without a shadow of a doubt, that jail does not rehabilitate drug users. Legalize all of it, effectively removing almost any violent motive in the distribution of drugs, and knocking out a huge source of revenue for increasingly power gangs and criminal organizations, native and foreign. Take all of the money being wasted to 'control' drug use and distribution, and spend it on rehabilitation for the people. Our current policy for drug control is corrupted and ineffective, it creates an incomparable incentive for gang members and other criminals to flourish within and outside of our country. Drug laws do not protect victims, they create them
Anonymous

Posted: Mar 01 2014, 10:29 AM

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68229 Who cars about a cop da judge docter and so on it is all a racket
























Anonymous

Posted: Mar 01 2014, 10:32 AM

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68229 Who cares about a cop judge doctor and so on it is all a money issue and not about your well being
Anonymous

Posted: Mar 01 2014, 10:40 AM

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68229 Who cares about a da judge cop or doctor it is all a racket
Anonymous

Posted: Mar 01 2014, 11:05 AM

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68229 Understand why weed and cocaine herorine are illegal it threatens the pharmaceutical industry
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