They should have called themselves “Occupy Albany” and said it was a protest

So these middle-class kids in upstate New York break into a nice home and throw a keg party with 300 of their closest friends. In the process they trash the place. Then most of them post pics and vids on Facebook bragging about the bitchen good time they had.

Surprise, surprise surprise, the owner of the property (a former NFL player) is a leetle bit upset. But when he posts the Vandals and Visigoths’ selfies on a website asking them to come clean up and repair the damage, the kids’ parents threaten to sue him. So he goes to the cops instead.

Via Hot Air:

Six arrested, more than 300 to go. But it’s a start for Rensselaer County Sheriff’s Investigators who are trying to put a dent in the case of a huge, underage drinking party at a former NFL player’s home.

Cameras weren’t allowed in the courtroom. But Thursday night, the first six to turn themselves in faced a judge and reality.

Police say 19 year old Seth Hawk, 20 year old Juan Santana, 21 year old Cody Blain, 18 year olds Meghan Loiselle and Keely Sullivan and 17 year old Mackenzie Grogan were the main players in the giant underage drinking party at Brian Holloway’s Upstate New York home. …

The charges read Thursday night range from burglary, to grand larceny, to criminal trespass.

What happened at court is only the beginning. Sheriff’s investigators say they’ve identified 238 others who were at the party. They’re urging that they turn themselves in. And they’re asking for a little help from the parents.

It’s a long investigation. But part of it made simpler, because of the messages and the pictures the partiers put out on social media.

I can hear their high-priced attorneys (no dump truck public defenders for these children of real privilege) already:

Your honor, I ask for a dismissal in the interests of justice because my client is a good student who will never get into an Ivy League college with a criminal conviction on his record. This was just a youthful indiscretion.

Stupid kids. They should have called themselves “Occupy Albany” and said it was a protest. Then they could brag about it on their college applications.

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106 Responses to They should have called themselves “Occupy Albany” and said it was a protest

  1. The Klown says:

    One of my pet peeves has always been rich kids getting away with shit that poorer kids can’t.

  2. Lulu says:

    So the twenty one year old was supplying alcohol to minors. Isn’t that a felony? And I don’t consider a twenty one year old a child. Young yes, child no. And vandals come in all ages.

  3. The Klown says:

    OT: Watching a romantic comedy with Anne Hathaway as a Parkinson’s victim. There is about 30 minutes left in the movie. Just enough time for the big “break-up then make-up” scenes.

    My personal experience: Few relationships survive a big break-up. Lots of people try to reconcile but there will always be a gaping wound that never heals. Things will never be the same.

    It’s better to keep going and don’t look back. Then you can remember each other as “the one who got away”.

  4. wmcb says:

    So the establishment GOP is out in force today, telling everyone how McConnell and company were totes totes totes justified in voting for cloture. But yeah, this says it all:

    • The Klown says:

      Ironically. the reason that they passed the 17th Amendment was to end the influence of special interests on the Senate.

      • wmcb says:

        I’m at the point of saying repeal the 17th – and I used to think that was crazy talk. The founders were right. Having state legislatures choose senators is a needed counterbalance to federal power. Yes, more localized power can still be corrupt, and often is, but it does MUCH less damage than when it goes nationwide, and is easier to fight at the state level.

        • The Klown says:

          At the very least we can make bribery more expensive. Make them buy a majority of state legislatures instead of just 60 senators.

        • 49erDweet says:

          Agreed, and limit “Senators” to one term. Period. With one third being seated every two years.

          And while we’re at it, draw Congresspersons’ names (for two consecutive terms) out of a drum containing the names of all registered voters of a district, giving the designee 24 hours to accept or decline an appointment If declined, draw another. Repeat as needed. Make half appointed this way every two years. Totally random.

          And make violation of all federal election/appointing laws a capital offense (penalty of death).

          Keep things simple.

      • 1539days says:

        The people driving the 17th Amendment wanted to take the state government out of national lawmaking. The problem is that when you stop being appointed, you have to get 51% of a state population to vote for you. That takes money and party backing. That Amended basically ended states’ rights.

        • wmcb says:

          I blame our loss of states rights on the stupid-assed racist segregationists. Because they picked a racist hill to die on over it.

          The segregationists sullied the very idea of states rights, for generations. They paved the way for Fed takeover, with their racist stupidity.

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  6. The Klown says:

    Tweet of the Day:

  7. helenk3 says:

    these are the people backtrack wants to have arms, while he wants to take away arms from Americans.

    something we should never forget

  8. helenk3 says:

    anybody want to tell axis sally pelosi that George Washington would have led the Tea Party?

  9. helenk3 says:

    wonder how many of the 300 would sign this petition?

  10. helenk3 says:

    vets using VA for prescriptions, something to consider

  11. The Klown says:

    Here is why the Vile Progs and Establishment GOP are both losing their shit over Ted Cruz:

    Our numbers also suggest that Cruz is now viewed more broadly as the leader of the Republican Party. When asked whether they trust Cruz or GOP leader Mitch McConnell more, Cruz wins out 49/13. When it comes to who’s more trusted between Cruz and Speaker John Boehner, Cruz has a 51/20 advantage. And when it comes to Cruz and 2008 GOP nominee and Senate colleague John McCain, Cruz wins out 52/31. He now has more credibility with the GOP base than the folks who have been leading the party for years.

  12. The Klown says:
    • Meh. It looked like a crappy show with lots of dowdy bag dresses. The various camouflage look promising though. Maybe WMCB’s defensive rights are human rights is taking hold in fashion already?

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  14. driguana says:

    I don’t know at this point….maybe it’s best to just let Obamacare pass without any further ado and let the Democrats own it…..let it fail on its own….stay out of the way of more failure….let it play out…in my own mind after have done as much research on it as I can stand, it can’t be successful…very poorly conceived and implemented…

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  16. Lulu says:

    H-1B foreign workers being hired to implement Obamacare.
    “The hiring of temporary visa workers “isn’t due to a shortage of U.S. IT workers, but instead for the simple fact that those H-1B workers can be paid less than the market wage,” said Hira.”

  17. You gotta love these dueling headlines:

    Texas Dems: Cruz can’t be President

    “I think what became clear this week is that he can’t be president and the reason is nobody will follow him — even people within his own party won’t follow him,” Castro said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “And so I think in terms of his long-term prospects it was fairly damaging.”

    Cruz now top GOPer in 2016 Primary

    PPP’s newest national poll finds Ted Cruz is now the top choice of Republican primary voters to be their candidate for President in 2016. He leads the way with 20% to 17% for Rand Paul, 14% for Chris Christie, 11% for Jeb Bush, 10% each for Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan, 4% for Bobby Jindal, and 3% each for Rick Santorum and Scott Walker.

    What’s that again, Texas Dems? You’re completely outta touch? Whodda thunk it?

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  19. wmcb says:

    Funny how Ron Paul stays silent all through a massive govt intervention in healthcare debate, but is Johnny-on-the-spot the moment a chance to praise engaging a Jew-hater arises.

  20. driguana says:

    “If I fall asleep with a pen in my hand, don’t remove it – I might be writing in my dreams.” – Terri Guillemets

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  24. DeniseVB says:

    Good rant by Koffler, in case you missed Obama’s speechifying today …..

  25. wmcb says:

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  27. wmcb says:

    This is cool. Watch the video. One of the women had already been a victim of a home invasion.

  28. helenk3 says:

    well reid did it. strips out obamacare defunding.
    screw the republicans that helped him. may every one of them face a primary challenge and lose

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  30. wmcb says:

    Reason TV wins the video contest:

  31. helenk3 says:

    Canada ditches backtrack’s favorite islamic charity

  32. DeniseVB says:

    Heh ….

  33. helenk3 says:

    White House memo on what happens if no funding bill is enacted; 436 staffers are designated ‘excepted or exempt’ and 1,265 will be placed on furlough status – @markknoller

    how many of these are really necessary and how many are there to wait on mooch?

  34. helenk3 says:

    backtrack declares November national muslim appreciation month

    this is the same guy who wants to arm al qaeda and disarm Americans

    so where are the obots on separation of religion and state?

  35. wmcb says:

    THIS. DC is rolling in dough. Why?

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  39. mothy67 says:

    Oops couldn’t get the pic to post and thought I cancelled it.

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