Vikings Peterson, like Judge Adams, avoids jail

Minnesota Vikings star running back Peterson pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of reckless assault under the deal District Judge Kelly Case approved. Remember that a no contest plea is NOT an admission of guilt but is treated like a guilty plea when sentencing.

Know what, we are still baffled A.P. was arrested. Spanking kids is allowed. But leaving marks definitely deserves to be investigated. Authorities in Tex-ass could’ve investigated properly and learned that Peterson is a loving dad that was doing what he thought was best, disciplining his child like he was disciplined growing up. Then he could have gone back to work without a court hassle.

Texas Judge William Adams got away without charges after beating of his daughter and that brutal assault was caught on tape. Join the 7,500,000 others and watch the judge’s beating here and see how the whole judicial system in Texas can kiss the rest of America’s ass…

Counseling Peterson could have “broken this chain” of spanking versus other disciplining and this would not have separated him from his child over the time of these hearings.

Instead, Peterson was indicted in September on a felony charge of injury to a child for using a switch to discipline his 4-year-old son earlier this year in suburban Houston. Imagine if he would have stood in front of Judge Adams!

”I stand here and I take full responsibility for my actions. I love my son more than anyone of you could even imagine.” – Peterson

 Hope to see A.P. back to work soon.


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