Penelope Soto Forced to Prostrate Herself Before Judge, Beg For Mercy
Chris | InformationLiberation
"Do you understand I have power, slave? Do you understand I can ruin your life, slave? Do you understand I rule you and can do anything I like to you, slave? Beg for my mercy, worship at my feet, tell me I rule you."
Judge Rodriguez-Chomat again chastises a small girl to show his dominance over her, his words being only slightly tempered from those I wrote above.
After making it fully clear he has the power to destroy her life based off mere whim, Judge Rodriguez-Chomat went on a monologue claiming "we" now live in a society where "police officers, in particular, are abused on a daily basis, mostly by young people who think it's OK to call policemen all kind of names."
Penelope sufficiently prostrated herself before her abuser and "kissed the ring," so Judge Rodriguez-Chomat agreed not to send her to jail for 30 days as his power lust had been temporarily satisfied, nonetheless he will force her to go through a "drug court program" for taking drugs which tons of people take legally after being prescribed them by state-sanctioned drug dealers. Her only crime was not getting the drugs prescribed to her by a government-approved psychiatrist who gives the stuff away like candy, in that case she could dope herself up to her heart's content and it would be considered perfectly healthy.
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