posted on Jun, 24 2014 @ 04:14 PM
Well another thread came up and the mod that closed it but left us with this before he closed
So at least in this case we see some justice, not sure how he escaped the manslaughter charge and the family lawyer pretty much says the same
One part of the article that got me was this
Police say Wrana threatened workers and officers with a cane, 2-foot-long metal shoehorn originally thought to be a machete and 12-inch butcher
Is this what keeps the cops from getting the manslaughter charge? That they stick to the story of a imaginary knife and apparently a machete?
If convicted, Taylor, a 10-year-veteran with the Park Forest Police Department, faces a 1 to 3 year prison term, according to the Cook County
State's Attorney. No other officers are charged in the case.
So 3 being the max, which we know he wont see, the lenient sentence would be about a year a half, right around the middle. IF, and that is still a big
IF, I bet he sees no more then a year.
That is if he doesn't strike a plea deal and never sees the inside of a cell. They already let him go free without posting bail, that is probably
what pisses me off the most.
BS that he doesn't get stuck with 10K plus bail that he has to bond out of and spend some time behind those bars. But that would put him in a very
dangerous situation so lets give him the special rules.