As a non-American, I need to ask why the fuck parts of the evidence etc. are sealed? Is this standard?
No, cases are rarely ever sealed. It's speculated he's either revealed damaging/sensitive information on some bigger asshole or there's even more absurd shit related to the case he doesn't want to get out to the media.
The fucking shithead has the audacity to walk around still claiming to be innocent. Like everyone is too stupid to see his chummy friend attorney Kim Foxx, formerly attempting to recuse herself from the case, suddenly decide to have all charges dropped. That makes all the evidence disappear I guess. In Jussie's mind what exactly was real goal of this crime? I mean if it had played out like he planned...two innocent white people go to jail? A race riot is incited during a massive bullshit show-trial? I mean WHAT THE FUCK. Either way it's a big fuck you to a lot of people.
Last Edit: Mar 28, 2019 2:06:26 GMT -5 by Justince
None of these "leftist" news articles even contain the word accident...
"Not EVERY media used that exact wording (even if most of them were playing it down as such) you used to demonstrate a point therefore your whole post invalid, let me google the event and skip the articles that called it an accident and cite 2 sources that were follow up stories reported almost a week after the incident happened (when it was already public knowledge that this was actually attempted murder) to show the unbiased "leftist" media totally didn't underplay this at all and totally didn't consist of the same people who took a fake hate crime claim at face value as the sole piece of evidence to enforce our narrative of Donald Drumpf's America with the Jussie Smollet case!!"
I'm not replaying that disgusting video and getting angry at the incident all over again just to play petty semantics with someone like yourself all while you tone police and dance around the underlying issue and pretend the exception nullifies the rule.. watch the video (which also cites "leftist" media). Also note that an article doesn't have to contain the word "accident" to not report something as beyond an accident. The guy even confessed he was looking for someone to kill but lets still refer to him as "a man accused of throwing a child..".
EDIT: aww.. he didn't get charged for a hate crime.