Showing All "Justice" Posts

Back in May, Joe Francis was found guilty of three counts of false imprisonment, one count of assault, and one count of dissuading a witness from reporting, by a "mentally f–ing retarded" jury made…   Read Story »
To One Major Dad To Another, Oh boy. Well, here we are. Just to put things into perspective, when we launched Videogum on April 8th, 2008, George W. Bush was still President of the United States.…   Read Story »
I like to imagine that every morning before she leaves the safe house this master criminal tries to explain to her crew that after this final poop job she is getting out of the poop game for good.…   Read Story »
"If I were a person of color in Florida, I would pick up a brick and start walking toward that courthouse in Sanford. Those that do not, those that hold the pain and betrayal inside and somehow…   Read Story »
Look, at this point, whatever happens with Paula Deen is basically Paula Deen's business. And I do have a theory that the media has jumped all over this story as an indirect punishment for that…   Read Story »
It's a big day in America today. We are finally opening our eyes as a nation and accepting a lot of realities that up until very recently, a majority of us refused to accept despite the overwhelming…   Read Story »
Wait. Hold on. This is an actual ABC NEWS report on the owner of the New England Patriots's accusation that Vladimir Putin, PRESIDENT OF RUSSIA, stole his Super Bowl ring. In fact, it is a FOLLOW UP…   Read Story »
The Hollywood Reporter did a new profile of Joe Francis after he was recently found guilty on three counts of false imprisonment and one count of assault (!!!) and it seems like our old friend is…   Read Story »
Just this past weekend, as a matter of fact, I was talking to someone about Los Angeles and they said the city made them uncomfortable because whenever they came to visit and drove down the city's…   Read Story »
They call it "the land of the free," but I'm sure it doesn't feel so much like "the land of the free" today for seven-year-old first grader Erich Henze. Henze, under the assumption that he lived in…   Read Story »