FUCK LOGIC. www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCYvtz8oNdw - story of the man facing life in prison after stealing donut. STEAL SDI: DUNN SERVE LIFE IN PRISON SUMMIT MASS
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCYvtz8oNdw - story of the man facing life in prison after stealing donut

STEAL SDI: DUNN
SERVE LIFE IN PRISON
SUMMIT MASS ****** [IF lilia
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SERVE " YEARS IN PRISED
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Submitted: 04/17/2012
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#31 - blackdahliamurder **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
User avatar #28 - anttumi (04/18/2012) [-]
Well, who knows these days...you can go to jail for life just for downloading one song illegally...wtf america?
User avatar #27 - kvamsdal (04/18/2012) [-]
Seen some posts about this lately, and just wanna say that the "maximum" sentece he can get is 21 years, but when those 21 years is done, he can be senteced to more years if the judge still see him as a threat to the community. Therefore, he will never get out, because he will just get sentenced again, and again, until he dies
#25 - anonymous (04/18/2012) [-]
you forget the people he killed with his bomb.

he took the life of 77 people, and will be out before some of them would have had kids

- I think our justice system is broken

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#26 to #23 - anonymous (04/18/2012) [-]
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#22 - bookenpootjes (04/18/2012) [-]
After 21 years he can, and probably will, be sentenced to another 5 years. They can repeatedly give him another 5 years if they still see him as a threat to society.
User avatar #20 - houseofpancakes (04/18/2012) [-]
It's 'cause in America, fat is priceless. Or atleast that's what it seems to be.
#19 - anonymous (04/18/2012) [-]
why you know understand criminal justice system and the concept of minimum sentencing? It's a minimum of of 21 years for homicide but will no doubt be extended given the scale of his crimes
#17 - demcomments (04/18/2012) [-]
**demcomments rolled a random image posted in comment #48 at wonka 40 years later **

This just in. Stealing donuts is more of a thread than killing someone. What's next... are kids going to go to jail for riding their bicycles in other peoples yards for 10 seconds?
User avatar #16 - xgarthx (04/18/2012) [-]
It's his third strike, he had two chances before that but his dumbass stole some doughnuts, hope they were worth his life.
#15 - anonymous (04/17/2012) [-]
77*
User avatar #14 - FanMan (04/17/2012) [-]
BTW. In Norway the longest time you can serve in jail is 21 years...
#9 - bananabaker (04/17/2012) [-]
yay lost in newest uploads...
#4 - norwegianwaffles (04/17/2012) [-]
plus the jail is a 5 star hotel
pic related, the jail.
#2 - Hightower (04/17/2012) [-]
Stealing a doughnut = Theft by unauthorized taking, value less than $500, Class E misdemeanor, punishable by no more than 364 days in jail, not prison, and/or a fine of not more than $1000
****** 1 (premeditated ****** ) = Class A felony, punishable buy 25 years to life, or, depending on the crime and state it was committed in, death by state execution.
#3 to #2 - Hightower (04/17/2012) [-]
Unless you're a repeat offender in California, not the whole of the U.S.
User avatar #5 to #3 - rodneyphoenix (04/17/2012) [-]
I humbly apologize for the stupidity my state brings about.
#6 to #5 - Hightower (04/17/2012) [-]
It's not necessarily stupidity. It's a good law, it just needs some tweaks to be reasonable. Things like petty theft shouldn't count as a strike. It was my understanding (from Maine, so I cant get much further from Cali and still be in the US) that the law was intended to be used for violent offenders, or felony convicts repeatedly offending.
User avatar #7 to #6 - rodneyphoenix (04/17/2012) [-]
Actually that's what we're trying to do to reform the law, however some groups want to make the law harsher while others (the Democrats that are in the state legislature, but not their democratic constituents for some reason, not sure what's up with that in this case.) want to completely remove the three strikes law from the books.



Between that and issues we've got with water rights and ten or twelve other issues including the idiocy surrounding the High Speed Rail project my home state is going down the drain fast.
#8 to #7 - Hightower (04/17/2012) [-]
Wow. Sorry about that. The best I can do is one green thumb.
User avatar #10 to #8 - rodneyphoenix (04/17/2012) [-]
Don't worry, eventually it'll reach a breaking point and the people will get tired off this **** and fix a lot of things rather than just patching it with scotch tape and play-doh.
#11 to #10 - Hightower (04/17/2012) [-]
I've been thinking that we're not too far away from the next revolution. History repeats itself, and sooner or later the masses won't take it lying down anymore.
User avatar #12 to #11 - rodneyphoenix (04/17/2012) [-]
Hopefully it isn't like the Russian revolution... you hear about what some group of nutjobs did after an occupy gathering in NYC? They tried to smash in the windows at a starbucks with metal poles they found somewhere.
#13 to #12 - Hightower (04/17/2012) [-]
Hopefully not, It would be better to do it without violence, through reforms and government overhauls. People have no faith left in the government, so hopefully people realize without the masses, their government is nothing more that the new royal class, and they feel entitled to the wealth and power they have grown accustomed to. We should do our best to take it from them, but the US government has no problems using the military on it's own citizens.
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