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This is two different spitting attacks.
----- Original Message -----
Subject: Woman accused
of spitting in soldier's face
Hearing For The Anti-American-Military-Spitter
Lauren Maggi goes to court on January 27, 2007. Presiding over the hearing is Judge
Location. Court room 260A, Onondaga County, City of Syracuse Criminal Courthouse, 505 South Street, Syracuse,
Woman accused of spitting in soldier's face
A Syracuse woman was charged after a Fort Drum
soldier accused her of spitting on him without provocation at Hancock International Airport, Syracuse police said.
Maggi, 35, of 256 Thurber St., was charged with second-degree harassment after the Nov. 22 incident, according to a police
Jason Jones, 21, told police a woman he did not know walked up to him near the United Airlines ticket counter,
asked him if he was a Fort Drum solider and, when he responded that he was, spat in his face.
A second soldier on the
scene supported Jones’ accusation, police said. Maggi offered no explanation for her conduct, police said. She could
not be reached for comment tonight.
----- Original Message -----
Subject: Re: Woman Charged For Spitting In The Face Of Soldier
Original Court Information:
DID CALL THE COURT 315-671-2780 AND LEARNED LAUREN MAGGI HAS A PRELIMINARY
HEARING AT 2PM, JANUARY 4, 2007, BEFORE JUDGE HIGGINS, COURTROOM 260A, ONADAGA COUNTY/CITY OF SYRACUSE CRIMINAL COUIRTHOUSE
, 505 SOUTH STREET, SYRACUSE, NY 13202.
IF YOU ARE NOT FAMILIAR WITH COURTS, REMEMBER
HEARINGS ARE OFTEN CHANGED FOR GOOD REASON AND IT WOULD BE WISE TO CALL AHEAD.
I HOPE THERE IS
A "VETERANS' VERY SQUARED AWAY PRESENCE" AT ALL OF THIS INDIVIDUAL'S HEARINGS.
I'M VERY PLEASED THE SOLDIERS ARE COOPERATING IN HER PROSECUTION.
A slap on the wrist will spread this type of behavior across
America like a summer wild fire.
Lauren Maggi, 35 is accused of spitting
in a soldier's face. If she is found guilty, what should be her punishment, if any...?
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Anti-War Protesters' Anger Is Misplaced
Friday, December 08, 2006
A lot of anti-war Democrats have been insisting the war in Iraq is Vietnam all over again. And as if to validate that point, we find this bit of news in The Syracuse Post-Standard of Syracuse, New York:
"A Syracuse woman is accused of spitting in a Fort Drum soldier's face at Hancock Airport. Lauren Maggi, 35, was charged with second-degree harassment after the Nov. 22 incident, according to a police report."
So it is Vietnam all over again, now that the Democrats have won. Now we have anti-war protesters living again
the darkest days of the Vietnam War, when American soldiers got off the plane and anti-war types spit on them.
I was around for the Vietnam protest days. I wasn't for the Vietnam War, but I was horrified people who opposed
it would blame the soldiers themselves. The soldiers were doing their duty. They didn't order themselves into that war, and
they are not ordering themselves into this war either.
But here we go again. That grotesque sense of self-righteousness has evidently overtaken the anti-war types
again, and it is to the great shame of the anti-Iraq war movement that this is happening again.
Did this soldier get spit on because he or she fought in the war, or because re-enlistment rates are running
at record levels, or because somebody who is against the war is so frustrated with Bush and Cheney and Rummy that everybody in uniform is the same as the commander in chief? Who knows.
This is wrong, it is out of line, it is shameful, it is borderline psychotic. I can hardly wait to hear what
the defense is when the spitter turns up in court. According to the report, she walked up to two soldiers who were out of
uniform, asked them if they were in the military, and when they said yes she spit in their face.
It is the opening of a terrible episode in the Iraq war, a moment when the blame for the war is misplaced
onto the shoulders of the men and women who are doing their duty and fighting a war whatever their personal feelings about
the war are.
I don't know what the court is going to do to the spitter. The law probably doesn't allow much. But whatever
the law allows, the judge should take it to the max.
We don't need to relive this part of Vietnam, even if calling the Iraq war another Vietnam is a convenient
weapon for those who oppose it.
This is a moment of shame, pure and simple.
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Federal politicians must make a stand on
these disgraceful insults to America's brave and honorable military men and women. Don't let this become another
accepted way to protest the war..., like it was during the Vietnam War. Our military men and women earned a right
to wear their uniforms in public without gutless protesters spitting on them.
Email Adresses for the two senators from New
York. Please tell them how you feel about spitting on America's brave and honorable men and women.