VIDEO: The 20 most outrageous courtroom moments in America

 
VIDEO: The 20 most outrageous courtroom moments in America
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The 20 most outrageous courtroom moments in America is a 40 minutes compilation of the craziness that can appear in American courtrooms.

It shows violent reactions by families of the victims, reactions by the offenders, and weird behaviour from lawyers to prove their cases.

There are lots of emotions in play during a trial, and listening to vicious crimes committed against their loved ones can for some result in an uncontrollable urge for revenge and to inflict violence against the perpetrators, right there and then. Although some reactions are actually fully understandable, especially when the crimes involve children.

Another trigger is a light sentence and thus the families of the victims feel violated also by the judicial system.

The video also includes some high profile criminals such as OJ Simpson, and Charles Manson, who takes over and runs the show whenever he appears for court.

Watch a hitman spill his guts, a lawyer dressing up as a tiger and a judge using a penis pump.



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