“Do not mess this up:” the famous last words of Judge William Hooks

do not mess this up

It’s good to know that if you want to get away with kidnapping, unlawful imprisonment and torture, Chicago is the place for you!

Eleven months ago four blacks in Chicago kidnapped and tortured a white teenager – broadcasting their barbarism on Facebook Live for the world to see.

And, Brittany Covington — the brain-trust who filmed and narrated this particular act of savagery — though pleading guilty to a hate crime, aggravated battery and intimidation, is home in time for Christmas.

The judge in the case, Cook County Circuit Judge William Hooks, sent Covington on her way with this fatherly advice, “Do not mess this up.”

“Do not mess this up?” Let’s be honest here. She couldn’t possibly mess it up any worse than Judge William Hooks.

Who the hell does he think he’s talking to?

Brittany Covington didn’t jaywalk for crap’s sake.

She participated in a kidnapping and torture of another human being. And she did it for fun.

Does Judge William Hooks really think she has the intellectual and moral capacity to behave herself after what she’s done?

Hooks also told the little cretin that he wasn’t putting her behind bars because, “I’m not sure if I did that you’d be coming out any better.”

Putting people in prison is a punishment, not a time-out corner.

The truth is, some people are too dangerous to be permitted in the general population.

And I think that includes Brittany “let’s film a torture for Facebook” Covington.

Hooks wants to give Covington an opportunity to “put her life on a productive path.”

But how can you get your life on a productive path if you believe that you are able to get away with this kind of inhumane and despicable behavior?

Part of being a productive member of society is understanding that actions have consequences.

Instead, this verdict is effectively signaling to Brittany Covington that she can do the barbarically obscene and still skate.

Good going, Judge William Hooks!

If the only consequence she faces for acting like a subhuman piece of garbage is spending 200 hours picking up trash along the roadway, justice hasn’t been done.

And the next time Brittany Covington commits a violent crime, remember Judge William Hooks and his famous last words, “Do not mess this up.”

Because when that happens, Brittany won’t be the only one who messed this up.

Hat tip Breitbart.

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5 thoughts on ““Do not mess this up:” the famous last words of Judge William Hooks

  • December 10, 2017 at 11:42 am

    Hey it could be worse, if she was a 5 times deported former felon murderer Judge Billy would have given her an medal.

    I’ll be shocked if this ne’re do well even shows up for the community service let alone ever picks up a piece of trash.

  • December 10, 2017 at 10:47 pm

    Another Dindo gets a break, …Dindo Nuffin.

  • December 11, 2017 at 3:25 am

    The left wants to start a race war.

    They’re also going to let the blacks do all the fighting for them.

  • December 11, 2017 at 5:05 am

    She’s now free to do what they always do…push out more vicious felons in training and welfare-sucking ghetto beasts.And a guy who left some bacon in a mosque got 15 years.Hate crimes only apply when you’re white.

  • December 11, 2017 at 7:35 am

    One of many judges that need to be removed from the bench. This is grossly negligent and nothing justifies his decision.

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