Should you feel the need to become enraged today, you may want to read Bernard-Henri Levy's celebratory Huffington Post piece, wherein he declares that "the nightmare is about to end" now that Roman Polanski has been released from prison. [HuffingtonPost]
It's hard to feel anything about that piece, it's so devoid of content.
Browsing Levy's HuffPo archive, I come up with [u.nu] in which he seems to be awfully, awfully upset about commutation rules.
Now, if you REALLY want to become properly enraged, I'd suggest [u.nu]
And aside from the general repulsiveness of the argument, you'd think a "philosopher" would be more interested in reasoning about why, say, rape is such a drastically lesser crime than murder and a bit less heavy on the 'insults, assaults and eviscerations'.