Woman Sentenced to Work 2 Months in Fast-Food Job After Assault on Chipotle Worker

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In President Joe Biden’s America, we have many occasions to think about justice, for we see so little of it.  Heck, even before this dark presidency descended on us, we craved seeing tables turned on offenders.

“How would you like it if someone did that to you?” we often say. That universal expression of indignation confirms our deep attachment to a higher moral law.

Only on rare occasions, however, do we see such retributive justice in action.

One such occasion occurred last week in Parma, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland.

According to WJW-TV in Cleveland, Parma Municipal Court Judge Timothy Gilligan gave 39-year-old Rosemary Hayne a choice between spending 180 days in jail and putting herself in the shoes — almost literally — of the woman she assaulted.

At a Parma Chipotle on Sept. 5, Hayne confronted restaurant employee Emily Russell. The disgruntled customer complained about her order and then threw hot food in Russell’s face.

“You didn’t get your burrito bowl the way you like it and this is how you respond?” Judge Gilligan said while addressing Hayne during sentencing. “This is not Real Housewives of Parma. This behavior is not acceptable.”

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