All Hokie, All the Time. Period.

The Lounge Board


Joined: 10/21/05 Posts: 32990
Likes: 3091

The article said Kalil was the only one charged, but maybe...

Still, I don't see how the business owner could be charged with a crime here. He doesn't work there. He doesn't do the hiring. He doesn't train the staff. I'm guessing Minnesota must have some law that specifically assigns criminal liability to the owner in similar cases, but that's jacked up.

The employee committed the crime by selling the beer. If the employ had shot the customer instead, would Kalil be charged with murder? If the employee lifted the customer's wallet, would Kalil be charged with theft?

Obviously, no and no...seems like a dumb law.

(In response to this post by 48zip)

Posted: 11/14/2017 at 2:44PM


Insert a Link

Enter the title of the link here:

Enter the full web address of the link here -- include the "http://" part:

Current Thread:

Support TSL by Shopping at Amazon

Our Sponsors