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(970 WFLA)   In a world of "You're doing it wrong", this guy wins. (With "barbed wire really hurts" mugshot)   (970wfla.com) divider line 41
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2010-03-24 02:58:05 AM
In a world....

i711.photobucket.com
 
2010-03-24 03:11:51 AM
Actually if you RTA he asked to be incarcerated because he feared the family of the person he killed would kill him for basically getting off on a manslaughter.

My guess is was trying to commit a small crime to land up in county and had no idea the penalty for screwing with a jail.

Now a smart person would be sitting on a Belize beach... But having a felony manslaughter, and being poor, he could not get into Belize.

But heck Mexico is better than prison or death.
 
2010-03-24 03:47:11 AM
GvmtSpook: Actually if you RTA he asked to be incarcerated because he feared the family of the person he killed would kill him for basically getting off on a manslaughter.

My guess is was trying to commit a small crime to land up in county and had no idea the penalty for screwing with a jail.

Now a smart person would be sitting on a Belize beach... But having a felony manslaughter, and being poor, he could not get into Belize.

But heck Mexico is better than prison or death.


Just getting out of the city might have done it. Miami. Ft Lauderdale. St. Petersberg. Pensecola. Hop a boat to the islands is a long standing Foridian tradition for getting the fark out of town even. Florida is kind of a big state, and there's a LOT of movement, so getting lost in a new neighborhood isn't all that hard...
 
2010-03-24 07:41:58 AM
He thinks he'll be safe in jail?

HA!

I give him a year.

Max.
 
2010-03-24 07:46:46 AM
You know who's NOT doing it wrong? The victim's family, apparently.
 
2010-03-24 07:46:49 AM
t1.gstatic.com

You're doing it wrong...
 
2010-03-24 07:51:16 AM
Another Government Employee: He thinks he'll be safe in jail?

HA!

I give him a year.

Max.


Is that his new boyfriend's name?
 
2010-03-24 07:54:25 AM
Wow. It's so easy to get into jail. Just commit a minor offense in view of a police officer, get booked in, DON'T post bond.

Example:

1. Go to a doughnut shop with a police cruiser parked out front.
2. Tap on the window to get the officer(s)'s attention.
3. Climb on to the hood of the police cruiser and express your disdain for freedom through the magic of interpretive dance.
4. Go along quietly.
 
2010-03-24 07:55:21 AM
YO AHMA GONE BREAK MAH WAY INTO JAIL. WHAT THEY GONE DO PRESTON, SENN ME TO JAIL???????????????
 
2010-03-24 07:56:33 AM
If you're afraid of being killed, maybe you shouldn't go around killing people.
 
2010-03-24 08:00:00 AM
hubiestubert: GvmtSpook: Actually if you RTA he asked to be incarcerated because he feared the family of the person he killed would kill him for basically getting off on a manslaughter.

My guess is was trying to commit a small crime to land up in county and had no idea the penalty for screwing with a jail.

Now a smart person would be sitting on a Belize beach... But having a felony manslaughter, and being poor, he could not get into Belize.

But heck Mexico is better than prison or death.

Just getting out of the city might have done it. Miami. Ft Lauderdale. St. Petersberg. Pensecola. Hop a boat to the islands is a long standing Foridian tradition for getting the fark out of town even. Florida is kind of a big state, and there's a LOT of movement, so getting lost in a new neighborhood isn't all that hard...


That would violate his probation.
 
2010-03-24 08:02:52 AM
Man Injures Self Breaking Into Jail
Sylvester Jiles Taken To Nearby Hospital

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. -- A man was seriously injured after he climbed a fence and fell through razor wire while attempting to get back into jail because he said threats were made against his life, according to the Brevard County Sheriff's Office.

Deputies said that Sylvester Jiles, 24, came to the jail at about 7:30 p.m. Monday and told corrections officers he needed to be placed in protective custody due to the threats.

WKMG-TV reported that Jiles was released from jail on Friday and was given probation for a manslaughter conviction.

Deputies told Jiles that deputies would respond to investigate his claims. While they were waiting, officers reported that Jiles was acting "strange" and "erratic," pacing in the parking lot.

According to deputies, Jiles sprinted to the jail perimeter fence, jumped between the barbed wire, ran to the next fence, climbed it and fell through three levels of razor wire.

Deputies reported that Jiles suffered serious injures in the fall and lost a lot of blood. He was taken to a nearby hospital.

Deputies declined to say if the alleged threats against Jiles were connected to his recent release. Jiles had spent the last two and a half years in jail in connection with the fatal shooting of Dustin Prouse, 19, in February 2007.

On Friday, Jiles pleaded guilty to manslaughter before Judge George Maxwell and received eight years of probation. He had previously been charged with second-degree murder, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and firearm enhancement.

Prosecutors said a lack of credible witnesses led to the plea deal. The state opted to accept the plea to ensure that Jiles would be monitored, rather than risk an innocent verdict in trial.

If Jiles violates the terms of his probation, he will face 15 years in prison.


He panicked, now he's safe for another 15 years.
 
2010-03-24 08:03:53 AM
Possibly getting killed a free man but with a chance to hide vs. definitely getting raped for 15 years with nowhere to hide. Hmmmm.......
 
2010-03-24 08:10:43 AM
Dibikad: If you're afraid of being killed, maybe you shouldn't go around killing people.


In fairness, some people need killin'.

/hey, it's a valid defense in Texas
 
2010-03-24 08:17:25 AM
Well...he DID get back in jail...
 
2010-03-24 08:23:15 AM
I'm guess it was razor wire and not barbed wire. I can't imagine 1) getting severe cuts from barbed wire or 2) any modern day prison using it with the hopes it will keep people in.

/raised around dairy farms
//rusty barbed wire was often a toy during my childhood
 
2010-03-24 08:23:37 AM
StrikitRich: Man Injures Self Breaking Into Jail
Sylvester Jiles Taken To Nearby Hospital

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. -- A man was seriously injured after he climbed a fence and fell through razor wire while attempting to get back into jail because he said threats were made against his life, according to the Brevard County Sheriff's Office.

Deputies said that Sylvester Jiles, 24, came to the jail at about 7:30 p.m. Monday and told corrections officers he needed to be placed in protective custody due to the threats.

WKMG-TV reported that Jiles was released from jail on Friday and was given probation for a manslaughter conviction.

Deputies told Jiles that deputies would respond to investigate his claims. While they were waiting, officers reported that Jiles was acting "strange" and "erratic," pacing in the parking lot.

According to deputies, Jiles sprinted to the jail perimeter fence, jumped between the barbed wire, ran to the next fence, climbed it and fell through three levels of razor wire.

Deputies reported that Jiles suffered serious injures in the fall and lost a lot of blood. He was taken to a nearby hospital.

Deputies declined to say if the alleged threats against Jiles were connected to his recent release. Jiles had spent the last two and a half years in jail in connection with the fatal shooting of Dustin Prouse, 19, in February 2007.

On Friday, Jiles pleaded guilty to manslaughter before Judge George Maxwell and received eight years of probation. He had previously been charged with second-degree murder, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and firearm enhancement.

Prosecutors said a lack of credible witnesses led to the plea deal. The state opted to accept the plea to ensure that Jiles would be monitored, rather than risk an innocent verdict in trial.

If Jiles violates the terms of his probation, he will face 15 years in prison.

He panicked, now he's safe for another 15 years.


i17.photobucket.com
DOES NOT APPROVE.

//Seriously, awesome movie.
 
2010-03-24 08:27:39 AM
xanadian: Well...he DID get back in jail...

Yeah but for 15 years. Like everyone else is saying, there are much smarter ways of going about this. A lot of them violate the terms of his parole but better to have the cops chasing your ass than bubba.
 
2010-03-24 08:28:39 AM
EZ Writer: Another Government Employee: He thinks he'll be safe in jail?

HA!

I give him a year.

Max.

Is that his new boyfriend's name?


Yep. The one that will shove the shank so far up his ass it will come out his mouth.
 
2010-03-24 08:40:09 AM
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2010-03-24 08:46:43 AM
rackrent: In a world....
dillsnapcogitation.files.wordpress.com
... where people have problems.
 
2010-03-24 08:48:19 AM
Hahaha. You gotta' love my State...because I don't.
 
2010-03-24 08:49:52 AM
So when the law said, "No we're not gonna put you back into jail", what did they think he would do?
 
2010-03-24 08:52:08 AM
Mudflap: Wow. It's so easy to get into jail. Just commit a minor offense in view of a police officer, get booked in, DON'T post bond.

Example:

1. Go to a doughnut shop with a police cruiser parked out front.
2. Tap on the window to get the officer(s)'s attention.
3. Climb on to the hood of the police cruiser and express your disdain for freedom through the magic of interpretive dance.
4. Go along quietly.


I was thinking brick meeting plate glass window, but I like the interpretive dance thing much better. I think you even get medication with that plan.
 
2010-03-24 08:53:18 AM
15 years for climbing a fence sounds pretty reasonable
 
2010-03-24 09:06:13 AM
Mudflap: Wow. It's so easy to get into jail. Just commit a minor offense in view of a police officer, get booked in, DON'T post bond.

Example:

1. Go to a doughnut shop with a police cruiser parked out front.
2. Tap on the window to get the officer(s)'s attention.
3. Climb on to the hood of the police cruiser and express your disdain for freedom through the magic of interpretive dance.
4. Go along quietly.


Might work if you're white, but if not that there is more than likely going to you shot (to death, nobody likes messy paperwork).
 
2010-03-24 09:09:24 AM
Gwynplaine: Mudflap: Wow. It's so easy to get into jail. Just commit a minor offense in view of a police officer, get booked in, DON'T post bond.

Example:

1. Go to a doughnut shop with a police cruiser parked out front.
2. Tap on the window to get the officer(s)'s attention.
3. Climb on to the hood of the police cruiser and express your disdain for freedom through the magic of interpretive dance.
4. Go along quietly.

Might work if you're white, but if not that there is more than likely going to you shot (to death, nobody likes messy paperwork).



You seem to hold the misconception that a shooting involves less paperwork.
 
2010-03-24 09:13:22 AM
Dibikad: If you're afraid of being killed, maybe you shouldn't go around killing people.

THIS
 
2010-03-24 09:23:49 AM
Childish: Dibikad: If you're afraid of being killed, maybe you shouldn't go around killing people.

THIS


Who knows. TFA only says he was convicted of manslaughter. Could've been a car wreck or a bar fight. If it was intentional or planned (assuming that was provable) it would have been murder.
 
2010-03-24 09:33:03 AM
jso2897: Childish: Dibikad: If you're afraid of being killed, maybe you shouldn't go around killing people.

THIS

Who knows. TFA only says he was convicted of manslaughter. Could've been a car wreck or a bar fight. If it was intentional or planned (assuming that was provable) it would have been murder.


He plead down from 2nd Degree Murder, so I don't think we're talking about an accident here.
 
2010-03-24 09:33:54 AM
Are we supposed to be feeling bad for the guy?

Because my sympathy ends at the sentence "retaliation from the victims family"

Thats them mean streets you love so much big thuggin. Put'cho hardhat on homie.

?toggle Gangster: off
 
2010-03-24 09:36:19 AM
Sounds like a candidate for a Budweiser "Real Man of Genius" commercial. Mr. "I'm more afraid of the victim's family so I break back int jail" guy, we salute you.
 
2010-03-24 09:47:20 AM
Well looks like tough guy ain't so tough. So now for the next 15 years he is gonna be getting his rump tenderized.

Just wait till the other inmates hear about this og.. lol
 
2010-03-24 10:02:08 AM
NEDM: You seem to hold the misconception that a shooting involves less paperwork.

Name of officer involved:
__________

Date of incident:
__________

Street address or description of location:
__________
__________
__________

Person shot was:
[]Caucasian
[]non-Caucasian (proceed to page four)
 
2010-03-24 10:04:33 AM
Dude looks stoned and wired.
 
2010-03-24 10:24:11 AM
No Such Agency: NEDM: You seem to hold the misconception that a shooting involves less paperwork.

Name of officer involved:
__________

Date of incident:
__________

Street address or description of location:
__________
__________
__________

Person shot was:
[]Caucasian
[]non-Caucasian (proceed to page four)


I'd like to nominate NSA for Law Enforcement Paperwork Czar.
 
2010-03-24 11:11:23 AM
Mudflap: Wow. It's so easy to get into jail. Just commit a minor offense in view of a police officer, get booked in, DON'T post bond.

Example:

1. Go to a doughnut shop with a police cruiser parked out front.
2. Tap on the window to get the officer(s)'s attention.
3. Climb on to the hood of the police cruiser and express your disdain for freedom through the magic of interpretive dance.
4. Go along quietly.


Hehehehe pure win (:
 
2010-03-24 11:17:09 AM
Does ANYONE honestly think "resisting an officer" is a true charge by any means if he was getting what he wanted?

'I want a steak sam'mich!'
'Here you go..'
'Ohh helllllll nooo!'
 
2010-03-24 12:31:37 PM
At some maximum security prisons you see the two fences with 10 foot deep razor wire between them. I always wondered if someone ever got into that area if there was any way to get them out alive.
 
2010-03-24 12:58:29 PM
he got 15 years for this. 15 farkING YEARS. WTF MATE!?!?
 
2010-03-25 01:04:07 AM
Sylvester Jiles is a name for a cat, not a human being.
 
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