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Well, I think I just threw up in my mouth.
This is that little rich ass's "prison". Sometimes I'm ashamed to be an American
reply to post by redhorse
this kid is PRIME example why we must destroy every multi-millionaire and their HEIRS..
this kid will have more wealth and power than a MILLION decent working men,
And he will NEVER have to work, only hire a bunch of slime bag accountants and lawyers..
then he will GET RICHER off of investing in commodities that we buy daily. WE will be PUTTING money in this sleaze bag's pocket for life!
But an eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth only makes the whole world blind.
reply to post by OpinionatedB
Remorse does not even begin to describe the sensation, and I know this because I saw him in the street, before the court date, and after the incident. I have known the man since I was two years old, and the look in his eyes was an awful thing to see. It was so bad, I gave the fellow a bro hug, and I had not done that since I was five.
This was the argument, mind you, used in the defense:
He said Couch got whatever he wanted. As an example, Miller said Couch's parents gave no punishment after police ticketed the then-15-year-old when he was found in a parked pickup with a passed out, undressed 14-year-old girl. Miller also pointed out that Couch was allowed to drive at 13. He said the teen was emotionally flat and needed years of therapy. At the time of the fatal wreck, Couch had a blood alcohol content of .24, said Tarrant County Sheriff Dee Anderson. It is illegal for a minor to drive with any amount of alcohol in his or her system.
My God, what's this country coming to?
He killed 4 and completely destroyed several lives and gets a slap on the wrist, and that's perfectly acceptable to you. Nice going.
Do what? Stand in front of the judge's home and yell at him from the street? Give me this family's money and you can bet your life I could do something. As I said, money is power.
reply to post by justwokeup
can the families sue the judge? for the stress (mental anguish) that ruling must have caused"???????
reply to post by soficrow
Thats the thing.
Id be more lenient and be willing to call it accident due to stupidty and be more in favour of therapy if that was standard for everyone.
But the fact is if it was a poor or middle class kid they would be tried as adult and locked up for 20+ years.
Same treatment FOR ALL.