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Exposing the Criminal Justice System

Dermont Weaver Jr., 31, was arrested in Springfield, Mass., on five counts of open and gross lewdness after allegedly exposing himself to a family. According to the police report, at the time of his arrest Weaver was wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt, running shoes, and no pants. At his arraignment, Weaver was conspicuously absent. When asked to explain why, his attorney answered, “The defendant has no pants.” The attorney was granted a postponement for a mental health evaluation. (MS/Springfield Republican) ...And a supervised trip to Walmart’s men’s department.
Original Publication Date: 10 January 2016
This story is in True’s book collections, in Volume 22.

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