posted on May, 31 2013 @ 06:23 AM
Some cases need to be seen to be believed...and this nation needs civil law reform. People who sue over B.S. need to be charged. financially, for the
FULL costs of the entire court which is used to pursue their frivolous cases.
A man who sued after Montana let him out of prison five years early does not have a federal case, the 9th Circuit ruled Thursday.
After pleading guilty in 1993 to four counts of sexual assault, Jesse Engebretson was sentenced to four concurrent 20-year terms.
Basically, this fine, upstanding citizen was a sexual offender and career criminal He got himself a multi-sentence hit on his sexual offenses but then
got himself a 30 year enhancement for carrer offense history. Specifically, a previous felony burglary. It appears he was paroled sooner than he
figured he should have been, given the enhancement.
Two years later, Engebretson and his wife filed a pro se action against the warden of the prison where he served his sentence and the director of
the Montana Department of Corrections, seeking $10 million for his illegal sentence.
"In other words, the Engebretsons sought damages because Jesse Engebretson was released from prison earlier than he should have been," the 9th
Circuit explained Thursday (italics in original).
10 million...for being let out early? Oh, they ought to give him back his prison time alright....I have so little tolerance for criminals to start
with...but then to see them game our system and rape IT as they do their victims ..for every last dollar? Well, give the man all he wants then. He
wants prison? Natural Life without Parole ....as a sex offender...and in general population of the WORST Prison the State of Montana has to
offer..sounds about right to me.
See if he is still crying about being let out early after a few years of being the play toy of the hard core convicts. Anyone else a little annoyed by
the sheer nerve a thing like this takes??