But if you're a cop in the watch house fingerprinting a dangerous, P-fuelled prisoner and you have to restrain him and are charged with Assault and are acquitted then all is not swell. You are in fact, "lower than low".
So let me get this straight: if you're a cop charged with an offence and you're found guilty then that's patently the right result, but the victim's relatives will forgive you.
But if you're found not guilty that's patently the wrong result and you should expect no forgiveness.
But she said his family did not want Holmes to be sentenced to prison.
"I do feel sorry for him, it's a mistake that he has made," she said.
Reaction from the Falwasser family was predominantly surprise and disappointment. One close family member walked out saying "pigs", "no justice" and "bullshit".As a Mongrel Mob member said to me once "there ain't no justice bro', just us".
And he was right.