Boy, there’s some serious spikes happening on my stupid meter with every article I read about the two stupidest students ever to attend CMU.
After being apprehended for breaking into Heinz Field in the wee hours of the morning, their one million dollar bonds were reduced and they were let out of jail.
The attorney for one of them said this upon her client’s release from jail:
Ms. Roberto characterized the arrests as a “mistaken apprehension by law enforcement” and said it was a “testament to his character” that Mr. Paul cooperated with authorities so that any threats to homeland security could quickly be ruled out.
Two things, Ms. Roberto:
1. “Mistaken apprehension”?!?! Does this mean you think this was a false arrest? Does this mean you think that every person that tries to break into Heinz Field at 2:00 in the morning two weeks after a bomb threat was received should be given a finger wagging “tsk tsk, young man” and sent on their merry way. Does this mean you are as stupid as I think you are? Oh, yes.
2. Mr. Paul’s cooperation had 60 million times less to do with “testament to his character” than it did his being … and I’m pretty sure this is the correct medical term … scared shitless.