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    Wifebeater Newscaster Sentenced to Reading About Matt Damon

    By Kyle | January 15, 2010

    New York 1 Newscaster Dominic Carter was sentenced by a New York judge to 30 days in prison for beating, choking and kicking his wife. The cruel and unusual part: The judge also made him read an article about the humility of . . .Mahatma Gandhi? Abraham Lincoln? No, Matt Damon. Says the Post, which probably should have published this article under News of the Weird:

    [Judge] Etelson also gave Carter a photocopy of a New York magazine article about Matt Damon that cited the actor’s views on honesty and humility. The judge noted that Carter had egotistically dropped the names of politician-friends during prior court proceedings, and bragged to cops about being written up in The New York Times.

    “You are equal to everyone,” Etelson said. “Try some humility and honesty — it goes a long way.”

    Thanks, judge, but could I have a year in Attica instead? I mean, whatever happened to all those promises about torture being removed from the justice system? And yes, mentally I do pronounce the words “Matt Damon” the way they were pronounced in “Team America: World Police.”

    Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/crying_shame_of_jailed_ny_journo_GooUI4d4ZWXganGrurKbrK#ixzz0cjWIXxQS

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    4 Responses to “Wifebeater Newscaster Sentenced to Reading About Matt Damon”

    1. ina Says:
      January 16th, 2010 at 10:03 pm

      … and how can we find that New York Magazine article about Matt Damon’s ‘humility and honesty’ … ?

    2. FeFe Says:
      January 16th, 2010 at 10:42 pm

      Maaat Daaaaaamon, the misogynist, who wouldn’t trust a woman to be Vice President lest she have pms? The same guy who married a woman with a child already because he knew she could conceive, and thinks his wife needs guidance in raising their children because she was only a bartender? Way to go judge.

    3. J. Says:
      January 17th, 2010 at 9:17 am

      I’d rather be urineboarded…

    4. JohnFNWayne Says:
      January 18th, 2010 at 11:35 am

      Never thought I’d pity a wife-beater.

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