R. Kelly Follows Satan, not Jesus

Written by commonsensejournal on June 13th, 2008

CBS Chicago has news of R. Kelly being acquitted on all 14 accounts of child pornography. Sick. He was ON TAPE having sex with a 13-year-old. How much more proof do you need? According to his lower-than-a-pimple-on-the-belly-of-a-snake lawyer Ed Genson, the defense team is “ecstatic.” Justice denied.

Defense attorney Sam Adam Jr. said all he heard from Kelly during that time was “Thank you, Jesus. Thank you, Jesus. Thank you, Jesus.”

Minutes later, surrounded by bodyguards, Kelly left the courthouse, with dozens of fans screaming and cheering as he climbed into a waiting SUV.

Kelly did not speak to reporters, but a spokesperson for the singer, Allen Mayer, relayed the message that he was grateful to the jury and grateful to God.

R. Kelly has Satan to thank for this, not God. God hates child pornography, as it’s pure evil. People have to be responsible for their actions; otherwise evil, instead of good, is promoted.

“This has been a terrible ordeal for him and his family,” Mayer said. “And at this point all he wants to do is move forward and try to put it behind him.”

Assistant Cook County State’s Attorney Shauna Boliker would not say she was disappointed with the decision, saying a successful prosecution requires “the heart of the victim.”

Kelly’s defense team said the alleged victim’s absence helped acquit the singer.

“Because there was no victim. That’s the point. There is no victim. And the fact of the matter is there wasn’t a victim on that tape,” Genson said.

Terrible ordeal for him? What about the 13-year-old he peed on in the video? What a selfish piece of crap. As for that disgusting “lawyer” Ed Genson, yes, there was a victim. It’s on the tape. You have to be denying reality to say there was no victim on the tape. That is pure evil.

Of course the unthinking mob outside shouts for this guy… what a bunch of animals. No remorse, no common sense.

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