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SLA convict released, called back to jail.

Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by PressCoverage, Mar 23, 2008.

  1. PressCoverage

    PressCoverage Banned

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    Just thought this was an interesting story... I'm no SLA sympathizer. But...

    This will likely make our resident Bunker-ites quite happy... "Come on back!" It's an extra year of prison, after a brief taste of freedom, for an S.L.A. soldier.

    You can almost whiff the joy for Hearst Newspaper sympathizers everywhere....

    '70s radical-turned-housewife back in prison
    ...

    Subtle message, noted.
     
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  2. DarrylS

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    You would think that someone out there could develop a computer program to track this stuff better, it happens too often.
     
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    Boo-hoo. Woman enough to do the crime, gotta be woman enough to do the time.

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    Did not get that this was the issue....
     
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    Obviously she should do the time imposed; but I wonder if Cali actually thought this through all the way. Is getting her to do the last 1/7th of her fairly imposed sentence worth the embarrassment of having to admit they made a large mistake? This sort of stuff is how people end up losing faith in their government and it probably would have been better for the people of California if it had been swept under the rug.
     

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