“Neighborhood Bully Sentenced to a Day of Taunting”

From Lowering the Bar, a remarkably just-sounding punishment, isn’t it? Virtually biblical. And this guy deserves a day of taunting and

Also 15 days in jail, seven months of probation, 100 hours of community service, an apology letter, anger-management classes and mental-health counseling, but the day of taunting is the amusing part.


Photo by Lynn Ischay for the Plain Dealer
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reported that Edmond Aviv was sentenced to hold the “I AM A BULLY” sign after he pleaded no contest to a charge of disorderly conduct. Aviv has allegedly been harassing his next-door neighbor, Sandra Prugh, and her family for the past 15 years, and this is the fourth time he has been convicted of it. According to this report, the Prughs have seven children, three of whom are disabled. Two of the latter are African-American children the Prughs adopted. Mr. Prugh now suffers from dementia. With burdens like that, it’s great to have a neighbor who yells racial slurs at your children, calls you “monkey mama,” and smears dog feces on the kids’ wheelchair ramp. Among other things.
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