Leif Gram: Mr. Fix

Фил Джи разжигает

http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/philg/2015/04/08/walter-scott-at-odds-with-the-law-prior-to-being-murdered-by-the-police/: How common is it for an American to be on the wrong side of the law due to our child support system and how realistic were Scott’s fears? The “Post-Divorce Litigation” chapter of our book cites some statistics indicating that roughly 1 in 7 men who are ordered to pay child support will eventually be imprisoned. As they are being imprisoned for contempt of court rather than a criminal offense they are not entitled to an attorney nor do they enjoy a presumption of innocence.

The media coverage of the event stresses the fact that Mr. Scott was in conflict with the police due to his skin color. Yet they could equally have stressed that he was in conflict with our justice system due to the fact that he had children and, for whatever reason, was not living with their custodial parent(s).
Задумалась о значении последней буквы "s", взятой в скобки.
Очень непривычный взгляд на вещи в этом фрагменте. Если специально не интересоваться вопросом, простое объяснение корреляции в том, что человек неуживчивый и склочный, не способен договориться ни с бывшей женой, ни с обоими судьями. Но ему виднее, конечно.
Выходит дискриминация неуживчивых и склочных людей, все сходится!