Days of Change

Does This Mean John Inglesino Supports Wife Beating, Too? | July 24, 2014

The story of 18 year old wild child Rachel Canning has crossed path with the legal system again. Canning was thrown out by her parents for dating a bad influence. Her Catholic School broke the Fourth Commandment and put her up with another parent of dubious qualifications who also managed her lawsuit to get said parents to pay her way. The lawsuit ended shortly after it began with Rachel Canning returning home.

Much like Mitt Romney, the adults in the situation turned out to be right. Rachel Canning filed a complaint against her boyfriend for trying to choke her. Her parents are trying not to claim “I told you so” in the media or anything, but it seems like parents might know something after all. Except for moron attorney John Inglesino.

Inglesino has a number of red flags in his history, among being politically motivated and letting his kids run wild. Ultimately, I blame him for enabling Rachel Canning by boarding her and legally representing her. In the real world, dumb actions have consequences. Luckily, Rachel’s stupidity did not get her hurt or dead.

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4 Comments

  1. Another dirtbag lawyer trying to make a name for himself, and damn the consequences fo others.

    Comment by Mary — July 25, 2014 @ 12:47 am

  2. My past has come back to haunt me: today I recived a solicitation for a Hillary Clinton for Pres fund. No where was there a box rading, “You blew it, bimbo,” for me to check.

    Comment by Mary — July 25, 2014 @ 12:50 am

    • How about “So, you finally got your mailing list back from Barack Obama?”

      Comment by 1539days — July 25, 2014 @ 12:51 am

      • LOL. Unfortunately, I gave her modest sum in 2007, so karma got me. Boy, was I dumb.

        Comment by Mary — July 25, 2014 @ 9:28 pm


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