Thursday, April 25, 2019

Look at Me, I'm Jen-ni Monet

A reporter decided to pull the "Do You Know Who I Am?" card when she was arrested in New Mexico. Tsk-tsk.

 


21 comments:

Anonymous said...

she looks alot different without her make-up. im almost always on the side of the citizen in these matters. especially when it come to roadblocks where you are unconstitutionally stopped without probable cause. ive been a dui defense attorney for 30 years and have fortunately won a jillion cases for lack of probable cause for the stop. but this was not a stop. according to the newscast miss monet called the cops. big mistake. if one liquor store won't sell to you..........right, you guessed it..... just go to another one. miss monet brought this one on herself. never call the cops about anything if you can help it. cops dont care who started a dispute they are just there to end it. they are not your friends.

Anonymous said...

OH MY GAAAAWWWWD. STFU.

Your ass was clearly on something and I hope your award-winning journalist career goes right down the toilet after your tantrum. Racial profiling because she is a brown woman - that may happen but video shows otherwise. You acted like a belligerent idiot. GTFOH.

Anonymous said...

That you? One Call that's all? Or For the People?

PittPanther said...

Both of those TV journalists need to step up their clothing game. Both choose to wear nondescript toss that look like sweatshirts. Come on, you're on TV!

And what dumbass native American calls the cops and expects them to be on her side? The video doesn't show that she was drink, it shows that she was angry.

Kingfish said...

Just think if the police hadn't been wearing bodycams......

U. Ben Had said...

@ 10:21 AM
Oh dear, a youtube lawyer is strutting his stuff. A REAL lawyer would use more realistic numbers, not a jillion. A REAL lawyer KNOWS roadblocks are NOT unconstitutional. Remember, driving is a privilege, not a right.
And a REAL lawyer would use his REAL name, free publicity you know, and what REAL lawyer doesn't want that free publicity.
Dude, we all know you got busted at a roadblock for drunk driving you pond scum. You think it's your right to endanger other people for your entertainment purposes?
And, it appears da po po hurt your wittle feeweens by processing you for the worthless character you are. Taking a cheap shot at the police for getting your worthless ass off the road gets a well deserved "Atta Boy" from law abiding citizens.

Kingfish said...

Driving is a privilege? Actually I have a constitutional right to travel.

Quite a few defense lawyers and libertarians think such roadblocks are unconstitutional, regardless of what the courts say.

Anonymous said...

She should have dropped the name of her fellow native american Elizabeth Warren. Bet that would have struck fear in their hearts.
I would suspect a large number of the police in New Mexico are some percentage Hispanic or Native American themselves.

Anonymous said...

Aw come on Kingfish....you have a right to travel, a privilege to use the highway in a motor vehicle. And they are not roadblocks, they are safety checkpoints.

Anonymous said...

Four Roses has killed more native americans than John Wayne.

Kingfish said...

Threatened to sue the station?

Anonymous said...

At least she's keeping the boozehound stereotype intact.

Anonymous said...

Is that the real Pocahontas?!?

Anonymous said...

The suspect fit the profile of being wasted

Anonymous said...

The "race card," never leave home without it.

Anonymous said...

I just wanted to make sure I was clear, b/c she is an "award winning journalist," she should be afforded special accommodations (i.e. the simple man's laws do not apply to me)?

Cousin Eddie said...

The ability of the state to regulate drivers on the road dates to the dawn of the automobile in the 1916 Supreme Court decision regarding Frank J. Kane v. The State of New Jersey.
In 1999, the 9th Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals, in the case of Donald S. Miller v. the California Department of Motor Vehicles, ruled that there simply is no "fundamental right to drive.In order to legally drive, the state requires people to be of age and have a valid operator’s permit.
To restrict or revoke a privilege sometimes requires some form of due process, but this is not as strictly required.
“While the 'right of travel' is a fundamental right, the privilege to operate a motor vehicle can be conditionally granted based upon being licensed and following certain rules,” Lykins said. “If rules are broken or laws are violated, the State reserves the right to restrict or revoke a person’s privilege.”

Anonymous said...

@ Mr. Fish

Those "right to travel" youtube videos never get old. Especially when door glass gets broken and tasers are invoked.

Anonymous said...

u been had @10;21 is not a lawyer but he plays one here on JJ. his BS talk about law was learned at the prison law library at parchman farm where he did 4 to 5.

Anonymous said...

to 11:34........." safety checkpoints"...........hummmmmmmm, i guess that sounds a little more sexy than than "roadblock" , but they serve the same purpose . humanoids like you wouldn't know the 4th amendment from the 4th grade.

Anonymous said...

to april25 at 11;00... this is not youtube , its JJ. THERE IS A difference. you didn't know that? now you know.

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