posted on Nov, 8 2013 @ 02:31 PM
reply to post by Metaphysique
but of course some will whine that that's cruel and unusual punishment
Nobody's whining about "cruel and unusual punishment" here.
A conditional sentencing makes more sense rather than incarcerating someone who's incarceration costs would be more than the costs incurred in the
fraud crimes he committed.
Hence the reason why prosecution decided to make a plea deal instead:
Because of this, prosecutors anticipated the medical expenses the facility would incur, so they decided to offer a plea deal.
But making childishly ridiculous comments such as:
Yah really. Part of the plea deal should have included him having to feed an African nation using one of his appendages.
HAHAHAHAHAHA the irony, fat man scams restaurants
How much fuel would it cost to cart that hippo around with a broom up his grand canyon? I have a better Idea,..suck the lard from him,..sell it to the
lypo clinics and he can pay his depths and become a poster boy for Mc# salad.
I cannot stand super fat people they are the image of greed. Instead of burning fossil fuels how about we throw a fatty in the furnace every now and
Does not a judicial system make.
Perhaps the USA has the highest prison population in the world due to the fact that every "hippo" and "lardass" who commits minor fraud needs to
be locked up and have the key thrown away because, apparently, any other form of punishment just isn't suitable enough ?
The size of this criminal and the nature of the crimes he committed, it's obvious he has an addictive mental instability issue that needs to be dealt
with (aka psychological help)... But instead, let's do the "American" thing and shove a Prozac down his throat and lock him up for 18 months, and
then toss him back out into the street to continue collecting his welfare cheques.
Or maybe it's just simply because he's a "hippo-lardass-greedy-society-sucking-pig" ? Thus the "fat pig" should be locked up either way.
... In that case, it's too bad all the politicians, banksters, and Fed Reserve shareholders aren't all 600-pound lardass pigs too.