Wednesday, September 1, 2010

The response one would expect

"Anguiano took the stand Tuesday and said he hoped to be sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to aggravated assault for cutting his niece with a butcher knife. But the judge, influenced by the defendant's five previous prison stints, instead sentenced him to 40 years."
Honestly, if you've been in and out of the prison system many times, and are acclimated to the idea that you can do horrible things to people and get a smack on the wrist, than you would probably be surprised when a judge finally hooks you up and rids society of having to deal with you forever more. It's just a shame that it took six times to do it.

And how about those weapon free courts? Just another example of how getting a blade into a prohibited area is so easy even a felon can do it.
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