And Israel throws her parents’ wrongful death suit out in acknowledgment of the fact that getting turned into a crepe because you throw yourself under a bulldozer is an expected outcome rather than an atrocious Zionist murder plot.
Corrie’s family had accused Israel of intentionally and unlawfully killing their 23-year-old daughter, launching a civil case in the northern Israeli city of Haifa after a military investigation had cleared the army of wrongdoing.
Because H’Shem knows that Israel doesn’t have any other threats or issues to deal with, so intentionally committing Murder by Bulldozer in order to get rid of a smelly, terrorist-loving bitch makes perfect sense and, really, what better way to do it than to roll a dozer over her? If you can get her to stand still while the lumbering thing gets into position, that is.
“I reject the suit,” the judge said. “There is no justification to demand the state pay any damages.”
He added that the soldiers had done their utmost to keep people away from the site. “She (Corrie) did not distance herself from the area, as any thinking person would have done.”
Now now, that’s just blatantly unreasonable, your honor! Expecting sentience from a liberal, terrorist-loving twat?
Corrie’s mother Cindy told a news conference after the court’s decision that the bulldozer personnel had the “ability” and also an “obligation” to have seen that her daughter was in its path.
They did? Ever checked out the field of vision from one of those things, you insufferable moron?
If you hadn’t dropped your daughter on her head repeatedly when she was an infant (hint to aspiring mothers: Don’t teach your kids to bungee jump indoors), she might have realized that standing in front of huge mounds of moving steel is dangerous and that she had the “ability” to move out of its way well before its slow mass would make it to her current position.
She said her daughter was a “rich thinker and a beautiful person” from “Olympia, Washington, USA,” her voice breaking as she spoke.
We’re not going to speak to her qualities as a person as we didn’t know her, but we feel compelled to question somebody who thinks that standing in front of a moving bulldozer is smart’s qualities as a “thinker.”