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Give me jail, your honor! Not my wife!

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posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 08:40 AM
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Now this is one I think it's safe to say has some martial problems under the happy facade of homelife, eh? Some serious problems, I'd guess... WoW!


TUSCANY - Police say a 32-year-old Tunisian man serving time under house arrest for drug related charges, made a break for it last Tuesday, but he wasn't looking for freedom. He was looking to escape his wife. Walid Chaabani reportedly fled from his home in Livorno, directly and intentionally, into the arms of the Carabinieri which is the national military police of Italy. Once in police custody, Chaabani requested to serve the rest of sentence behind bars.
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What the guy was under house arrest for is irrelevant, but how bad must things be to actually seek jail over wife?

Then again, maybe that's a trick question that isn't fair to ask. How many people who could relate would dare say so?




posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 09:01 AM
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Under certain circumstances ... what 'guy' couldn't empathize?



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 09:11 AM
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Jails not the bad to be honest. Now a level 4 prison yard on the other hand is a bit rougher. Honestly its an alternative to a lot of people who think its fun to go there. I however do not think its fun, i have been there, but in my experience i learned that a lot of people enjoy being there for medical benefits, to clean up a little or gain some weight, becuase they cant find jobs or the multitude of other reasons they are there.



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 09:15 AM
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I spent a whopping 8 hours in jail just once as an inmate. That's all I needed to choose differently in life. I'll never forget the big sugar cookie tho... Those were like currency in Orange County's central jail I guess..but I digress..

I knew people growing up who saw it that way and I always viewed them as a little disturbed. I knew one guy who is LWOP by now, I'm sure, but literally stated that being out of prison was merely a vacation before he went back in for something ...so everything he did criminally was what he saw as a freebie. That was a scary guy.

I got a good laugh out of the idea of escaping house arrest to run straight TO the cops and beg for jail tho. I wonder if he had bruises from a rolling pin or anything?



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 09:29 AM
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I was in theo lacy myself. Yea the sugar cookies were currency lol. Especially with the gang problems in California you see what im describing more. And i agree with it not being for me as well.



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 01:09 PM
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As it happened for me, I think a local unit of the Police Department had been anxiously awaiting my 18th Birthday before introducing me to what they probably figured was the first of many ...since it was actually the first and within 2 weeks of B-Day too. lol... (Lets just say, being a cops kid ain't all roses and not all cops or cities like each other..into that mess, I had to play rebel without a clue)

I think what did it for me? It wasn't the open air toilet in the back or the conditions. It wasn't even the other inmates in the big holding cells. It was the few I saw literally dragged off kicking screaming and fighting like hell ..not to be seen again?

Then, as if to play with heads, back then anyway? They escorted people to process out right past some of the 3x3 foot clear, plexiglass discipline "cells", if those vertical cubes could be called that. Stress positions, before it was a common phrase. Yup... That about did it for me and a very over worked D.A. forgot all about the fact anything even happened to never file paper. So heck.. I got my one big do-over in life.



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 01:59 PM
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He was from Tunisia? What was that Muslim guy selling drugs for? I thought drugs were haram. But then again, he was in Italy, home of the mafia, so maybe in jail he might get away from the drug dealers that might try to off him with cement boots in the Adriatic.

He said he was trying to get away from his wife? Wait, maybe her family is part of 'the family" and going to jail is probably more safe than her family.



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 05:17 PM
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Jails not the bad to be honest. Now a level 4 prison yard on the other hand is a bit rougher.


You sound like many I have known that have been so institutionalized, they prefer the Goverment to control their lives. Its sad that as time goes on, more and more people think this way. Its thoughts like this that kill the constitution and kill The inherent freedom we were all born with.



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