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54 arrests...in a single county....guy is only 35 years old......has been arrested multiple times for THIS

how is this animal not in prison? how can you give it bond to get out again?

https://abc11.com/raleigh-man-grabs-14-year-old-tries-to-kidnap-her-police-say/5646668/

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- A Raleigh man is accused of grabbing a 14-year-old girl from a gated community and trying to kidnap her as she walked to school

Daron Fabulous Oliver, 35, was charged with first-degree kidnapping.

Police said he tried to take the teen on October 1 in the 4600 block of Millbrook Green Drive, which is off Capital Boulevard.

A 911 caller told the dispatcher that "he started like, calling for her, so she started walking and he started walking fast behind her. So she said she started walking faster away from him and he ran up to her and tried to grab her wrist. She turned around and was like 'can you let me go?' and he kept trying to hold her."

The scuffle happened at about 6 a.m. The address is a gated apartment complex with multiple 'No Trespassing' signs.

The victim was able to kick her attacker and run away. There were no reported injuries.

Police said Oliver randomly picked the victim.

Oliver has been arrested 54 times in Wake County, some for similar incidents.

He is being held at the Wake County Detention Center on a $250,000 bond.
 

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In another time, this scumbag would have been taken care of by the community & never posed a problem again.
 

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one of their many 'justice' tricks -- treating the serious violent criminals as children

https://www.wkrn.com/news/local-new...exual-assault-of-nashville-rideshare-drivers/

Teen in ankle monitor charged in shooting, sexual assault of Nashville rideshare drivers

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — A 17-year-old has been charged with attempted criminal homicide after a violent crime spree Friday night that included the shooting of a female rideshare driver and the sexual assault of another.

Metro police said Reginald Williams, Jr. was arrested Tuesday night and admitted to his involvement in several of the crimes.

According to police, a female Lyft driver responded around 9:15 p.m. to Opry Mills Mall to pick up three young males who used a stolen phone to request the ride. The driver took them to the 1200 block of 11th Avenue North where officers said she was robbed and sexually assaulted at gunpoint.

Officers then responded around 10:45 p.m. to the Germantown Kroger on Monroe Street where a man reported that he was approached by a male with a gun in the 1600 block of Knowles Street and forced to drive to the grocery store to withdraw money from an ATM. When he went back outside, the armed gunman had fled.

The gunman then reportedly used the stolen phone to order a ride back to Knowles Street, where he attempted to rob the female Lyft driver. The driver told officers that he grabbed her by the throat and put a gun to her head. She said she attempted to pepper spray the gunman who fired, striking her in the arm and foot. Her injuries were not life-threatening.

Police said the gunman fled and requested another rideshare in the 1600 block of Dr. D.B. Todd Jr. Boulevard. Police said he then robbed the driver of his gray 2014 Honda Odyssey minivan with Tennessee tag 9S84J8, which has still not been located.

Williams was charged in Juvenile Court with aggravated robbery, attempted criminal homicide, carjacking and evading arrest. Police said he will also be charged in the robbery and sexual assault.

The 17-year-old was wearing an ankle monitor under the supervision of the Department of Children’s Services, officers revealed.
 

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Destroy America, one life at a time

AG = George Soros
 

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This should really be in the thread I started that some don't like but it's accurate.

https://fox8.com/tag/cleveland-shooting/
i thought about it. but this one was meant to be more of a commentary on the 'justice' system and the people who are pushing the false narratives to make america even more lawless, immoral, dangerous, disguting
 

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unloads gun on a group of kids, hitting one, charged with ASSAULT? two month later it tries to kill another 'teen', then shoots/kills football coach

https://www.wgrz.com/article/news/c...coach/71-b7cc5135-5877-47bf-99a0-0fc8c6ae1a56

BUFFALO, N.Y. — A Buffalo teenager is charged with murdering a youth football coach.

Jason Washington, 17, is accused of killing Norzell Aldridge.

On August 31, Aldridge was shot and killed shortly after a youth football game.

Witnesses told 2 On Your Side a fight broke out near Harvey Austin Elementary School, and Aldridge stepped in to defuse the situation when he was shot.

"He's trying to help save a life literally here now, and he loses his life," Erie County District Attorney John Flynn said.

Investigators say Washington was about to shoot a person who was involved in the fight with a friend of his, but the gun misfired several times.

"Jason Washington walks over and he puts, allegedly, puts a gun to the head of the guy who is beating his buddy up, getting the better of his buddy, and pulls the trigger, and it doesn't go off," Flynn said.

The Erie County District Attorney says that's when Aldridge hit Washington in the head with a helmet.
Washington is accused of shooting Aldridge in the chest.

Washington is also facing charges in connection with another shooting that happened August 6. He's accused of firing eight times into a group of kids at McCarthy Park, hitting one of them in the ankle. Washington is charged with criminal possession of a weapon and assault in that case.
 

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If this guy gets convicted (and I hope he does), he will go into prison as a "Tight End", but come out as a "Wide Receiver".
Should NEVER come out. Trial & timely death. Way waste time, room & money on it?
 

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so
Tough On Crime
was never really applied

shame but, it'll happen again and again until all the rats are put back into prison
this catch and release bs was only done to further destroy our American Communities

Obama Needs To Hang!
 

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so
Tough On Crime
was never really applied

shame but, it'll happen again and again until all the rats are put back into prison
this catch and release bs was only done to further destroy our American Communities

Obama Needs To Hang!
Hey have you seen the latest boo-f'k-bloom commercial? Part I got (and I only seen it once,) is [if you like your insurance U can keep your insurance.]

FUCK hahaahaha fuck me running it never stops hahahaahah
 

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this is criminal justice reform -- shot 6 people in 3 different shooting scenes in a week. can only hold him for 48 hours.

https://www.policeone.com/investiga...-response-to-fatal-shooting-FRUDObTA1O8FzoFv/

Craig said the 28-year-old suspect returned to the home Wednesday, looking for a 16-year-old girl, and then broke into the house and holed up inside with a rifle.

McClain and his partner, Phillippe Batoum-Bisse, responded at 7:30 p.m. after an occupant of the house dialed 911 to report the home invasion.

McClain called for backup and then led a team of four officers into the house to search for the gunman. As they descended the basement stairs, police officials say the man fired off two shots, striking McClain in the neck and Batoum-Bisse in the left ankle.

The 28-year-old man accused by police of killing McClain also is suspected in a Nov. 18 shooting on Detroit’s east side in which one person was killed and another wounded. In that case, the alleged shooter opened fire on two men as they sat inside a car on the 3200 block of Harding, Craig said.

The man is also a suspect in a third shooting involving two victims that happened Nov. 17

“The good news is, (the suspect’s) parole has been revoked, so we can hold him. But what if he wasn’t on parole? We’d have a cop shooter on the streets because we can only hold people for 48 hours."
 
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Good! The cities deserve what they asked for! No fooks to give! It's going to get much much worse for them too!
 

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this is criminal justice reform -- shot 6 people in 3 different shooting scenes in a week. can only hold him for 48 hours.

https://www.policeone.com/investiga...-response-to-fatal-shooting-FRUDObTA1O8FzoFv/

Craig said the 28-year-old suspect returned to the home Wednesday, looking for a 16-year-old girl, and then broke into the house and holed up inside with a rifle.

McClain and his partner, Phillippe Batoum-Bisse, responded at 7:30 p.m. after an occupant of the house dialed 911 to report the home invasion.

McClain called for backup and then led a team of four officers into the house to search for the gunman. As they descended the basement stairs, police officials say the man fired off two shots, striking McClain in the neck and Batoum-Bisse in the left ankle.

The 28-year-old man accused by police of killing McClain also is suspected in a Nov. 18 shooting on Detroit’s east side in which one person was killed and another wounded. In that case, the alleged shooter opened fire on two men as they sat inside a car on the 3200 block of Harding, Craig said.

The man is also a suspect in a third shooting involving two victims that happened Nov. 17

“The good news is, (the suspect’s) parole has been revoked, so we can hold him. But what if he wasn’t on parole? We’d have a cop shooter on the streets because we can only hold people for 48 hours."
More to that story (think it's the same one)....... it's being reported a backup officer was called & stopped a few blocks away & waited. He stated he was watching for someone to run so he could follow. Lyin bass turd was fired years before for not coming to the aid of another officer in trouble. Must be a fill out the paperwork kinda guy not an I got your back kinda guy.
 

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come on...that Sgt had a Right To Go Home at the end of the day, can't fault a guy for utilizing his rights

Reminds me of the school shooting cop, the one who so bravely protected that wall he stood behind...and it worked, nothing happened to that wall, nothing at all
 

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home invasion/burglary + murder = TWO years in prison. now involved in another violent home invasion

https://www.cbs46.com/news/life-uni...cle_88fcb2d6-104a-11ea-93ea-e7947580c500.html

According to Atlanta police, a group of people had rented a home through Airbnb on Wylie Street on November 8. Just before 2:30 a.m., a group of armed, masked men entered the home through an unlocked door.

They assaulted two of the party attendees and demanded that the others lie on the floor, police said. The robbers then went through the home stealing cell phones, wallets, and sneakers before leaving.

Another man, identified as Maxx Pritchett, was also arrested. He was previously arrested in April 2016 for a deadly home invasion in Atlanta. The 23-year-old was charged with felony murder and burglary in the first degree. He served two years and was released in 2018.
 
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home invasion/burglary + murder = TWO years in prison. now involved in another violent home invasion

https://www.cbs46.com/news/life-uni...cle_88fcb2d6-104a-11ea-93ea-e7947580c500.html

According to Atlanta police, a group of people had rented a home through Airbnb on Wylie Street on November 8. Just before 2:30 a.m., a group of armed, masked men entered the home through an unlocked door.

They assaulted two of the party attendees and demanded that the others lie on the floor, police said. The robbers then went through the home stealing cell phones, wallets, and sneakers before leaving.

Another man, identified as Maxx Pritchett, was also arrested. He was previously arrested in April 2016 for a deadly home invasion in Atlanta. The 23-year-old was charged with felony murder and burglary in the first degree. He served two years and was released in 2018.
Hello EO 11110,

I share your sentiments. But, the devil is in the details.

CASE ONE: This case was an attempted burglary with unintended consequences. Maxx Pritchett (about whom you complain) stayed in the car and never entered the building. Instead, other men entered the building to burglarize an apartment. But, the man who rented the apartment was at home at the time and he jumped out of a third story window and later died.

"Felony Murder" (with which Maxx Pritchett was charged) is not ordinary premeditated murder. Under the "Felony Murder Doctrine" if a "felony" is being committed (here burglary) and an unintentional death of a human being occurs in the process, every person involved in the underlying felony is deemed to have committed "Felony Murder" (a felony which results in the unintentional death of a human being). Because Maxx Pritchett never actually committed the burglary (the felony which resulted in the unintended death of a human being) and because he had no prior criminal convictions, he got off light. https://patch.com/georgia/atlanta/home-invaders-who-scared-man-fatal-jumping-convicted

CASE TWO: Two armed masked men raided a party, assaulted two party goers and demanded that all party goers lie down on the floor. Afterwards, the two armed masked men went through the house stealing cell phones, wallets and sneakers before leaving. The party goers suffered two minor injuries, only one of which required any medical treatment.

For reasons that are not yet clear, police arrested two white female lacrosse players in connection with the incident (likely for setting the entire thing up and for letting the armed masked men into the house party). Both females were later denied bond and remained in jail. Later, police arrested Maxx Pritchett (who was likely one of the two armed masked men involved). Police are looking for another a forth suspect (likely the other armed masked man). https://www.cbs46.com/news/life-uni...cle_88fcb2d6-104a-11ea-93ea-e7947580c500.html

If found guilty, Maxx Pritchett will not get off easy this time. Firearms were involved, people were robbed, Pritchett entered the house and now Pritchett has a prior criminal record.

WHAT ARE LEGISLATIVE SENTENCING GUIDELINES?

Did you know that in most states, judges have almost no discretion in imposing a criminal sentence on a convicted criminal? How can this be? Well, in most states THE ELECTED LEGISLATURE (which writes all of the criminal statutes) HAS COME UP WITH SENTENCING GUIDELINES WHICH THE JUDGES MUST FOLLOW absent extraordinary circumstances. The general idea is that all criminals who are convicted of the same crime and who have the same criminal record should receive the same sentence (regardless of race, religion, national origin, etc.).

In my state, a "POINT SYSTEM" is used to achieve this result. Here is how it works. The ELECTED LEGISLATURE (not the judges) assign points to every crime on the books. The more serious the crime, the more points the crime is assigned. Even aggravated circumstances to crimes have points. The more points a criminal convict has accumulated over his lifetime, THE LONGER THE SENTENCE THE JUDGE IS REQUIRED TO IMPOSE UNDER THE LEGISLATIVE SENTENCING GUIDELINES. These LEGISLATIVE SENTENCING GUIDES are very much like the IRS tax table. "If you earned 'X', then you will pay 'Y'". It is that simple.

So, if you have concerns about the sentence a criminal receives after a conviction, THEN YOU HAVE A COMPLAINT WITH THE LEGISLATIVE SENTENCING GUIDELINES WHICH THE JUDGE IS REQUIRED TO USE IN SENTENCING THE CRIMINAL (not the judge himself).

Best Regards,

Snoop
 
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can only hold him for 48 hours
I am having a hard time comprehending this. With his record he should be held without bail. WTF is going on ? :angry then happy::make happy::totally steamed:
 

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all this at 23 years old -- and still terrorizing america

https://www.wsoctv.com/news/local/s...le-monitor-assaults-3-cmpd-officers/967993084

Man who has been arrested 63 times assaults three officers, police say

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A man who has already arrested 63 times in Mecklenburg County and who was wearing an ankle monitor assaulted three police officers Tuesday night, Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officials said.

According to CMPD, Romell Donkiese Kamal Mackey, 23, resisted arrest during a larceny call on South Boulevard and attacked an officer. That officer suffered bruises, lacerations and a possible head injury

A good Samaritan helped the CMPD officer subdue Mackey, and he was arrested. But on the way to jail, Mackey tried to escape and assaulted two more officers, authorities said.

Marcus Griswold told police his car was stolen from his home in Steele Creek.

“I parked my car in the driveway and my vehicle's gone,” Griswold said.

Police checked their ankle monitoring system Monday pinpointing Mackey at the scene of the crime.

They tracked Mackey’s monitor to the Park and Ride lot on Scaleybark Road and found Griswold’s car.


Mackey would not be found until the next day.

Police said Mackey was trying to steal from a used bookstore on South Boulevard and that was when police officers confronted him.

“Arrested 63 times? Griswold said. “How is that possible?

Mackey was charged with:

  • Assault with a Deadly Weapon on a Government Official
  • Assault on a Law Enforcement Officer
  • Unlawful Concealment (shoplifting)
  • Damage to Property
  • Two counts of Resist/Obstruct/Delay a Law Enforcement Officer
  • Malicious Conduct by a Prisoner
  • Two counts of Damage to Property
  • Two counts of Communicating Threats


Mackey’s previous charges include:

  • First-degree burglary
  • First-degree trespassing
  • Auto theft
  • Armed robbery
  • Possession of stolen goods
  • Possession of marijuana and resisting arres
 
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all this at 23 years old -- and still terrorizing america

https://www.wsoctv.com/news/local/s...le-monitor-assaults-3-cmpd-officers/967993084

Man who has been arrested 63 times assaults three officers, police say

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A man who has already arrested 63 times in Mecklenburg County and who was wearing an ankle monitor assaulted three police officers Tuesday night, Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officials said.

According to CMPD, Romell Donkiese Kamal Mackey, 23, resisted arrest during a larceny call on South Boulevard and attacked an officer. That officer suffered bruises, lacerations and a possible head injury

A good Samaritan helped the CMPD officer subdue Mackey, and he was arrested. But on the way to jail, Mackey tried to escape and assaulted two more officers, authorities said.

Marcus Griswold told police his car was stolen from his home in Steele Creek.

“I parked my car in the driveway and my vehicle's gone,” Griswold said.

Police checked their ankle monitoring system Monday pinpointing Mackey at the scene of the crime.

They tracked Mackey’s monitor to the Park and Ride lot on Scaleybark Road and found Griswold’s car.


Mackey would not be found until the next day.

Police said Mackey was trying to steal from a used bookstore on South Boulevard and that was when police officers confronted him.

“Arrested 63 times? Griswold said. “How is that possible?

Mackey was charged with:

  • Assault with a Deadly Weapon on a Government Official
  • Assault on a Law Enforcement Officer
  • Unlawful Concealment (shoplifting)
  • Damage to Property
  • Two counts of Resist/Obstruct/Delay a Law Enforcement Officer
  • Malicious Conduct by a Prisoner
  • Two counts of Damage to Property
  • Two counts of Communicating Threats


Mackey’s previous charges include:

  • First-degree burglary
  • First-degree trespassing
  • Auto theft
  • Armed robbery
  • Possession of stolen goods
  • Possession of marijuana and resisting arrest
EO 11110.

The devil is in the details.

The issue is not what a person has been "ARRESTED" for, "CHARGED" with or "ACCUSED" of.

The issue is what he has actually been "CONVICTED" of.

Before a conviction, a person is PRESUMED INNOCENT.

Read the article again bearing that in mind.

With Respect,

Snoop
 
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EO 11110.

The devil is in the details.

The issue is not what a person has been "ARRESTED" for, "CHARGED" with or "ACCUSED" of.

The issue is what he has actually been "CONVICTED" of.

Before a conviction, a person is PRESUMED INNOCENT.

Read the article again bearing that in mind.

With Respect,

Snoop
SIXTY THREE ARRESTS AT THE AGE OF TWENTY THREE

your apologist/misdirection tactics cannot game that

you went too far. now you glow in the dark - an outed and obvious enemy of americans

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criminal justice reform - ankle monitor release program turns into epic clown show

https://www.cbs17.com/news/north-ca...r-homicide-suspects-after-127-cut-theirs-off/

According to CMPD, the department is currently monitoring 463 suspects who have been ordered by a judge or magistrate to wear a monitoring device as a condition of their pre-trial release, including 31 people charged with murder.

To date, 127 of those out on electronic monitors have cut theirs off and ran – with 18 still being sought. Around 100 people have committed another crime while being monitored, officials said, including one murder.
 

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10 arrests (and rising) in a year, not too shabby for a 17 year old boy.....and still on the loose. this is criminal justice reform.

https://myfox8.com/2019/08/23/nc-po...nt-repeat-offender-who-removed-ankle-monitor/

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Charlotte-Mecklenberg police are looking for a suspect who is facing armed robbery charges, has been arrested ten times over the past year and cut his ankle monitor off Friday, WBTV reports.

When Tydarrius Dajun Sloan, 17, cut off his ankle monitor, he added damage to property and interfering with an electronic monitoring device charges to other charges he’s facing, including two counts of conspiracy to commit armed robbery and possession of a stolen motor vehicle

He was last known to be somewhere around South Boulevard in the Carolina Pavilion area.

Sloan’s last arrest in 2019 was for assault and strangulation among multiple other charges.
 
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Hello EO 11110,

I share your sentiments. But, the devil is in the details.

CASE ONE: This case was an attempted burglary with unintended consequences. Maxx Pritchett (about whom you complain) stayed in the car and never entered the building. Instead, other men entered the building to burglarize an apartment. But, the man who rented the apartment was at home at the time and he jumped out of a third story window and later died.

"Felony Murder" (with which Maxx Pritchett was charged) is not ordinary premeditated murder. Under the "Felony Murder Doctrine" if a "felony" is being committed (here burglary) and an unintentional death of a human being occurs in the process, every person involved in the underlying felony is deemed to have committed "Felony Murder" (a felony which results in the unintentional death of a human being). Because Maxx Pritchett never actually committed the burglary (the felony which resulted in the unintended death of a human being) and because he had no prior criminal convictions, he got off light. https://patch.com/georgia/atlanta/home-invaders-who-scared-man-fatal-jumping-convicted

CASE TWO: Two armed masked men raided a party, assaulted two party goers and demanded that all party goers lie down on the floor. Afterwards, the two armed masked men went through the house stealing cell phones, wallets and sneakers before leaving. The party goers suffered two minor injuries, only one of which required any medical treatment.

For reasons that are not yet clear, police arrested two white female lacrosse players in connection with the incident (likely for setting the entire thing up and for letting the armed masked men into the house party). Both females were later denied bond and remained in jail. Later, police arrested Maxx Pritchett (who was likely one of the two armed masked men involved). Police are looking for another a forth suspect (likely the other armed masked man). https://www.cbs46.com/news/life-uni...cle_88fcb2d6-104a-11ea-93ea-e7947580c500.html

If found guilty, Maxx Pritchett will not get off easy this time. Firearms were involved, people were robbed, Pritchett entered the house and now Pritchett has a prior criminal record.

WHAT ARE LEGISLATIVE SENTENCING GUIDELINES?

Did you know that in most states, judges have almost no discretion in imposing a criminal sentence on a convicted criminal? How can this be? Well, in most states THE ELECTED LEGISLATURE (which writes all of the criminal statutes) HAS COME UP WITH SENTENCING GUIDELINES WHICH THE JUDGES MUST FOLLOW absent extraordinary circumstances. The general idea is that all criminals who are convicted of the same crime and who have the same criminal record should receive the same sentence (regardless of race, religion, national origin, etc.).

In my state, a "POINT SYSTEM" is used to achieve this result. Here is how it works. The ELECTED LEGISLATURE (not the judges) assign points to every crime on the books. The more serious the crime, the more points the crime is assigned. Even aggravated circumstances to crimes have points. The more points a criminal convict has accumulated over his lifetime, THE LONGER THE SENTENCE THE JUDGE IS REQUIRED TO IMPOSE UNDER THE LEGISLATIVE SENTENCING GUIDELINES. These LEGISLATIVE SENTENCING GUIDES are very much like the IRS tax table. "If you earned 'X', then you will pay 'Y'". It is that simple.

So, if you have concerns about the sentence a criminal receives after a conviction, THEN YOU HAVE A COMPLAINT WITH THE LEGISLATIVE SENTENCING GUIDELINES WHICH THE JUDGE IS REQUIRED TO USE IN SENTENCING THE CRIMINAL (not the judge himself).

Best Regards,

Snoop
EO 11110

Immediately after explaining the Legislative Sentencing Guidelines above, it occurred to me that may have been another factor at play which resulted in Pritchett only getting two years in prison for the subject burglary (which resulted in the unintended death of the tenant who jumped out of a three floor window to escape). The more likely scenario is a plea deal.

The state attorney in Georgia may have offered Pritchett a "sweetheart" plea deal for testifying against those who actually entered the building which resulted in the tenant jumping out of the three floor window to escape thereby killing himself.

After all, Pritchett himself did not actually enter the subject building (he was in the car), had no criminal record at the time and his testimony would insure that those who did actually enter and burglarize the building went away to prison for a very long time.

Under such a plea deal, even Pritchett himself would have had to plead "guilty" to a lesser offense (than burglary) and still go to prison anyway. So, the state attorney in the case would still have a 100% conviction rate in connection with the subject burglary. To me, this is a more likely scenario.

Just a thought,

Snoop
 

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Immediately after explaining the Legislative Sentencing Guidelines above, it occurred to me that may have been another factor at play which resulted in Pritchett only getting two years in prison for the subject burglary (which resulted in the unintended death of the tenant who jumped out of a three floor window to escape). The more likely scenario is a plea deal.

The state attorney in Georgia may have offered Pritchett a "sweetheart" plea deal for testifying against those who actually entered the building which resulted in the tenant jumping out of the three floor window to escape thereby killing himself.

After all, Pritchett himself did not actually enter the subject building (he was in the car), had no criminal record at the time and his testimony would insure that those who did actually enter and burglarize the building went away to prison for a very long time.

Under such a plea deal, even Pritchett himself would have had to plead "guilty" to a lesser offense (than burglary) and still go to prison anyway. So, the state attorney in the case would still have a 100% conviction rate in connection with the subject burglary. To me, this is a more likely scenario.

Just a thought,

Snoop
Ur funny, just flat soda funny.

So, snoopy 4 truthy guides his banana boat down fifth and stops the land cruiser in the middles of the road whist his homebutties jumps out and begin skull fucking the peoples who happen to be at that place at that time. Well goodgodgurtie the virgin, the puritan prostitute jumps in the river and drowns in the milkdum of cum. and, …...

and, you do jest as to who breached the peace? F me running U are funny....."princeshit' breached the peace with the rest of them. So your homosexual wayward tendencies are skewing your retard ineffectual observations.

Holie cows...three county fairs and a dog and pony show AND I thought I had seen it all....F......
 
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Ur funny, just flat soda funny.

So, snoopy 4 truthy guides his banana boat down fifth and stops the land cruiser in the middles of the road whist his homebutties jumps out and begin skull fucking the peoples who happen to be at that place at that time. Well goodgodgurtie the virgin, the puritan prostitute jumps in the river and drowns in the milkdum of cum. and, …...

and, you do jest as to who breached the peace? F me running U are funny....."princeshit' breached the peace with the rest of them. So your homosexual wayward tendencies are skewing your retard ineffectual observations.

Holie cows...three county fairs and a dog and pony show AND I thought I had seen it all....F......
Michael59,

I was talking about the effect of a plea deal on a prison sentence.

Banana boat? Land cruiser? Skull fucking? The virgin? Puritan prostitute? Drowning in a milkdum of cum? Homosexual wayward tendencies? Holly cows? County fairs? Dog and pony show?

I am growing concerned about you.

Are you OK?
 
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Michael59,

I was talking about the effect of a plea deal on a prison sentence.

Banana boat? Land cruiser? Skull fucking? The virgin? Puritan prostitute? Drowning in a milkdum of cum? Homosexual wayward tendencies? Holly cows? County fairs? Dog and pony show?

I am concerned about you.

Are you OK?
Dag nab-it snoop, you did not catch it. But you did catch the talking points.

edited to add: it was Holie cows not Holly cows...question-?- is she someone I should know?
 
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Dag nab-it snoop, you did not catch it. But you did catch the talking points.

edited to add: it was Holie cows not Holly cows...question-?- is she someone I should know?
OMG-

Your words only serve to confirm my deepest fears about you.

I love you man, but you are not well.
 

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Not well:sick 2:; :monster 4:hahahaahha and you snoop are the epidemy of wellness? Yeppers its a case of the pot calling the kettle black, funny.

No, now that I reflect on this thread I realize that I only had one beer before I went to bed ...so I am curious as to why one of your reply's did not take up half the servers of the interwebs? Totally shocking.:winks2: I still stand by my disturbing the peace comment that the driver is guilty though and deserves no special deals, I mean common law and all he is just as guilty as the rest and you implicating 'just because he stayed in the car' means he had no culpability kind of riled me.:popcorn:

Well snoop I am kind of pressed for time as I have a few court motions to get written so I will not participate in anymore shenanigans' for a while sept, sept just maybe , just maybe with your infinite statute knowledge you just might have a thought. And what I am going to write could be construed as a thread derailment BUT, but in my defense this is something that happens all the time and is in need of reform:

So I got a big civil case throwed out as in dismissed with prejudice throwed out. While getting this case throwed out I picked up a $5K/5 counts of 'Unlawful entry," The problem is, is I was in Burns Oregon at that time and discovery shows that my place had been trespassed upon by the cop taking pictures. Here is the funny part: None of the pictures have a time stamp, and the entry into evidence was done on the same day and all this data that was entered takes up 4 CD disks and the $5K? Well that is a ticket that was held onto by the cop and given to me months later. I know right; the ticket accrues in fines because the cop has it tucked up under her tits inside her braw....kind of nesting it AND then when it accrues as much as it ever will it is surrendered to the unsuspecting validator of the claim, which is me. And, yes what is happening to me is something that needs to be done away with because it is policing for profit.

But? Do I do a motion to dismiss/FRIVOLUS or do I staple my lips shut and bight the bullet when I co to court to defend myself?:rotf:
Sorry IDK what's wrong with me? OH? As I reflect…..Nothing is wrong it's my bullshit detector is overloaded is all.
 

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and confirmation that gay still outranks mexican in the hate crime rankings

https://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory...83?cid=clicksource_4380645_null_headlines_hed

A man has been sentenced to more than 15 years in prison for burning an LGBTQ flag

NEVADA, Iowa -- A man has been sentenced to more than 15 years in prison for burning an LGBTQ flag that was flying at a church in central Iowa.
Adolfo Martinez, 30, of Ames, was sentenced Wednesday to 15 years for the hate crime of arson, as well as a year for the reckless use of explosives or fire, and 30 days for harassment. The sentences are to be served consecutively, Story County court records show.

A jury convicted Martinez in November. He was arrested in June.

Martinez said he tore down the flag that had been hanging from the United Church of Christ in Ames and burned it because he opposes homosexuality.
 
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and confirmation that gay still outranks mexican in the hate crime rankings

https://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory...83?cid=clicksource_4380645_null_headlines_hed

A man has been sentenced to more than 15 years in prison for burning an LGBTQ flag

NEVADA, Iowa -- A man has been sentenced to more than 15 years in prison for burning an LGBTQ flag that was flying at a church in central Iowa.
Adolfo Martinez, 30, of Ames, was sentenced Wednesday to 15 years for the hate crime of arson, as well as a year for the reckless use of explosives or fire, and 30 days for harassment. The sentences are to be served consecutively, Story County court records show.

A jury convicted Martinez in November. He was arrested in June.

Martinez said he tore down the flag that had been hanging from the United Church of Christ in Ames and burned it because he opposes homosexuality.
EO 11110,

A person has a Constitutional right to freedom of expression in the form of burning the American flag.

But, apparently, these rules do not apply to the gay flag.

I guess some flags are more important than others.

This sentence seems excessive based on the article alone.

I am hoping there is more to this story to justify this excessive sentence. Arson? Explosives? Destroying the church? Death threats to gays?

This guy needs to appeal on freedom of expression and freedom of religion grounds.
 

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EO 11110,

A person has a Constitutional right to freedom of expression in the form of burning the American flag.

But, apparently, these rules do not apply to the gay flag.

I guess some flags are more important than others.

This sentence seems excessive based on the article alone.

I am hoping there is more to this story to justify this excessive sentence. Arson? Explosives? Destroying the church? Death threats to gays?

This guy needs to appeal on freedom of expression and freedom of religion grounds.
indeed. criminal justice reform
 

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Hey snoop, don't mind Michael to much, he talks in metaphors, if ya can't keep up with him don't stress. As far as I'm concerned, yer cool, you point out some good examples.

Mikey is head of our legal department so ya need to take what he says (when you can understand it) with a teaspoon of salt (sometimes you need a tablespoon full). And eieio lives in clown world so that shows you where he's coming from.

Don't slink off into the back room with yer tail between yer legs, just reply like a good junk yard dog and bite them in the ass.

JMSO,
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