“Why should I apologize for the monster I’ve become? No one ever apologized for making me this way.” – The Joker (The Dark Knight, 2008)
All felony counts dismissed. A guilty plea for disorderly conduct. Five days community service. Anger management classes. An order for restitution to be paid to victims of the attack.
Those are the terms of a court order applying to one Mr. Conor McGregor, who walked out of a Brooklyn courtroom last week having avoided all but the most languid form of punishment for his now infamous UFC 223 bus attack back in April. When he approached the media to make a brief statement thanking the District Attorney and the Judge for “allowing [him] to move forward,” he seemed barely able to repress a smirk.
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