Prosecutor told by Iowa Judge to Remove Ashes
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We think the defense attorney who made the objection would have been too adept to object, as one commentor elsewhere observed, had the prosecutor been a Jew with a yarmulke.

http://eponymousflower.blogspot.com/2010...or-to.html
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#2
Such an anti-Christian culture...

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#3
I would have gone to jail because I would have refused to remove the ashes.

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#4
I guess the alternative would have been to put ashes on the defense attorney and the defendant, too.
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#5
Off to jail, I'd go.....
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#6
I'll go out on a limb here.  The judge was right, and to do otherwise (permitting the "holy " prosecutor to parade his piety while prosecuting the "evil" defendant) would have been reversible error.
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(02-20-2010, 01:26 PM)spasiisochrani Wrote: I'll go out on a limb here.  The judge was right, and to do otherwise (permitting the "holy " prosecutor to parade his piety while prosecuting the "evil" defendant) would have been reversible error.

So, we shouldn't prosecute murderers and rapists or people who cause harm to others?

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Justice must be fair. So if a catholic can't have ashes on his forhead
Fair enough
Now jews shouldn't have kippas on and on and on.
As an aside
I went tpo ash wednesday mass and had ashes put on me. Acording to the sermon it doesn't show or mark one as holy
It marks one as a sinner. I don't knpw where people r getting ash wednesday marks u as holy as shit.
Far from it.
Again
Justice must be fair.
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