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    More: Fail, Kenneth Seyler, habitual offender, third degrees, American Legion Post, WTNH, jail  
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2012-03-02 07:55:38 PM  
now that's an example of the justice system not working.
 
2012-03-02 08:18:10 PM  
What I mean is, you don't seem to be a very good criminal, maybe you should try something else.

/me? lawyer farked me
 
2012-03-02 08:22:43 PM  
Dude probably wants to be in jail.

For some people life in jail is better than on the outside. The US is a harsh place to live.
 
2012-03-02 08:28:56 PM  

miss diminutive: What I mean is, you don't seem to be a very good criminal, maybe you should try something else.



This X 80
 
2012-03-02 09:34:29 PM  
2.bp.blogspot.com

"Amateur."
 
2012-03-02 10:07:49 PM  
FTFA: Officers also learned that Seyler had played Bingo at the American Legion Hall in November 2011.

I'll bet when he found the safe he said, "Bingo!"
 
2012-03-02 10:23:05 PM  
How many kids does he have looking at him for example? My money's on 6 or more.
 
2012-03-02 10:25:51 PM  
Wow, what's with everybody going after Henry Earl's record all of a sudden?

They still got a long way to go.
 
2012-03-02 10:26:06 PM  
I wonder if they have that Just For Men Beard Dye in prison.....hmmm.....probably not...
 
2012-03-02 10:26:07 PM  
Oh great in a Derp filled year, this means NEW LAWS. Dammit!!
 
2012-03-02 10:31:13 PM  
John Kerry?
 
2012-03-02 10:31:48 PM  

miss diminutive: What I mean is, you don't seem to be a very good criminal, maybe you should try something else.

/me? lawyer farked me


Yeah, well, what the hell do you know about it Capone?

/the sisters farked you
 
2012-03-02 10:33:29 PM  
No I am sorry but this person has the skin which has too much paleness for he to be the career of the criminal.
 
2012-03-02 10:36:09 PM  

meow said the dog: No I am sorry but this person has the skin which has too much paleness for he to be the career of the criminal.


Wait, where have you been? You've been missed.
At least by me....
 
2012-03-02 10:37:22 PM  

Hipchewy1: Dude probably wants to be in jail.

For some people life in jail is better than on the outside. The US is a harsh place to live.


three hots and a cot. and everybody knows your name.

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2012-03-02 10:39:29 PM  

slimfast: My mom?


Possibly.
 
2012-03-02 10:41:39 PM  
Came here for Henry Earl. Leaving satisfied.
 
2012-03-02 10:46:47 PM  
dude.....quit
 
2012-03-02 10:50:38 PM  

meow said the dog: No I am sorry but this person has the skin which has too much paleness for he to be the career of the criminal.


No, I would think not. He's 52, and been arrested 80 times, so you figure, allowing for booking, arraignment and assorted misdemeanor sentences...hm....

52-18= 34 so for 34 years he'd have to spend more than half the time in various jails and lockups. He doesn't have time to get tan, and white people get pretty bleached if they don't spend a lot of time in the sunshine.
 
2012-03-02 10:53:20 PM  
No wonder he keeps getting out:
i.imgur.com

LET MY PERSON GO
 
2012-03-02 10:58:48 PM  
Why are folks like this still roaming the streets ?
 
2012-03-02 11:02:32 PM  
so, when does he get his own memorial jail cell?
 
2012-03-02 11:06:21 PM  
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/probably going to hell
 
2012-03-02 11:07:26 PM  
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2012-03-02 11:09:13 PM  
i.telegraph.co.uk
They've got a name for people like you H.I. That name is called "recidivism." Repeat offender!
 
2012-03-02 11:09:50 PM  
simage1.sportsmansguide.com
 
2012-03-02 11:13:29 PM  

cig-mkr: Why are folks like this still roaming the streets ?


Because sadly for dipshiats like you, misdemeanor crimes get misdemeanor sentences, which are often short or even consist of "time served." I know you would be happier if only "bad guys" were all treated the same, but strangely enough, the law endeavors to be just, and treats a career burglar differently than a career armed robber, even if morons of your ilk would prefer they all be lined up against the wall and shot.
 
2012-03-02 11:29:49 PM  

Gyrfalcon: cig-mkr: Why are folks like this still roaming the streets ?

Because sadly for dipshiats like you, misdemeanor crimes get misdemeanor sentences, which are often short or even consist of "time served." I know you would be happier if only "bad guys" were all treated the same, but strangely enough, the law endeavors to be just, and treats a career burglar differently than a career armed robber, even if morons of your ilk would prefer they all be lined up against the wall and shot.



One of these days.. he will burgle a house with people in it.. and it will end poorly.

But even if it doesn't - the guy can't stop invading the sanctity of peoples homes and businesses. lock the farker up and take Gyrfalcon with him
 
2012-03-02 11:40:08 PM  
Why does the article mention that he played bingo?
Strange.
 
2012-03-02 11:53:32 PM  

domo_kun_sai: Why does the article mention that he played bingo?
Strange.


Establishes prior knowledge of the whereabouts of the safe stolen from the Hall?
 
2012-03-02 11:56:39 PM  
Dude must not be getting enough ass-rape on the outside.
 
2012-03-03 12:04:27 AM  

Gyrfalcon: 52-18= 34 so for 34 years he'd have to spend more than half the time in various jails and lockups. He doesn't have time to get tan, and white people get pretty bleached if they don't spend a lot of time in the sunshine.


My impression is you get these high rollers that never commit much more than small time property crimes and they never get good at it, so they're in and out of jail all the time. We had one guy who would break into cars, sometimes he'd be released and caught within hours breaking into a car. Last year he broke into the wrong car and someone shot him.
 
2012-03-03 12:08:42 AM  
Was his name Dunnigan?
 
2012-03-03 12:49:09 AM  

talulahgosh: now that's an example of the justice education system not working.


fixed that for you. cure the cause, not the symptoms.
 
2012-03-03 12:55:41 AM  
I want the name of his lawyer!
 
2012-03-03 01:22:24 AM  

Gyrfalcon: Because sadly for dipshiats like you, misdemeanor crimes get misdemeanor sentences, which are often short or even consist of "time served." I know you would be happier if only "bad guys" were all treated the same, but strangely enough, the law endeavors to be just, and treats a career burglar differently than a career armed robber, even if morons of your ilk would prefer they all be lined up against the wall and shot.


When someone gets caught doing a misdemeanor breaking and entering once, it makes sense to give them a short jail time and let them go.

But when you get caught over and over and over, at some point, the system should recognize that you don't do anything useful for society, and that any time you aren't in jail, you are out stealing from people, breaking windows, etc. The rest of us shouldn't have to put up with a piece of shiat scumbag like this.

There is also the risk that he decides that doing this small time crime just doesn't give him enough profit to be worth it, and decides to get a gun and escalate. Better to lock him up and keep him locked up.

I can't see how society has *any* downside to putting criminals behind bars and keeping them there. It's cheaper than letting them continue to steal for a living.

It also sets an example. Right now, the example they are giving with this guy is that you can get away with doing it over and over.

I don't know why you're calling people dipshiats and morons for thinking that criminals shouldn't just be allowed to do whatever the hell they want. I've seen you post quite a bit, and you usually don't sound like a troll. Today, though, you do.
 
2012-03-03 01:32:52 AM  

JuggleGeek: Gyrfalcon: Because sadly for dipshiats like you, misdemeanor crimes get misdemeanor sentences, which are often short or even consist of "time served." I know you would be happier if only "bad guys" were all treated the same, but strangely enough, the law endeavors to be just, and treats a career burglar differently than a career armed robber, even if morons of your ilk would prefer they all be lined up against the wall and shot.

When someone gets caught doing a misdemeanor breaking and entering once, it makes sense to give them a short jail time and let them go.

But when you get caught over and over and over, at some point, the system should recognize that you don't do anything useful for society, and that any time you aren't in jail, you are out stealing from people, breaking windows, etc. The rest of us shouldn't have to put up with a piece of shiat scumbag like this.

There is also the risk that he decides that doing this small time crime just doesn't give him enough profit to be worth it, and decides to get a gun and escalate. Better to lock him up and keep him locked up.

I can't see how society has *any* downside to putting criminals behind bars and keeping them there. It's cheaper than letting them continue to steal for a living.

It also sets an example. Right now, the example they are giving with this guy is that you can get away with doing it over and over.

I don't know why you're calling people dipshiats and morons for thinking that criminals shouldn't just be allowed to do whatever the hell they want. I've seen you post quite a bit, and you usually don't sound like a troll. Today, though, you do.


Mostly I don't. And you're not incorrect. It just irks me how many people don't get WHY people like this are jailed and released over and over again, and their response is something like "I don't understand how the law works so it is wrong." No, it's the law. Just because the results don't make YOU happy doesn't mean there isn't more involved.

However, you're probably wrong about this guy escalating his crimes at his age. He's going to keep doing petty crimes till he dies. Which is sad for everyone, his victims and him, and he's probably better off in jail. It's too bad we don't have penal colonies any more, but we don't.
 
2012-03-03 01:34:38 AM  

Gyrfalcon: JuggleGeek: Gyrfalcon: Because sadly for dipshiats like you, misdemeanor crimes get misdemeanor sentences, which are often short or even consist of "time served." I know you would be happier if only "bad guys" were all treated the same, but strangely enough, the law endeavors to be just, and treats a career burglar differently than a career armed robber, even if morons of your ilk would prefer they all be lined up against the wall and shot.

When someone gets caught doing a misdemeanor breaking and entering once, it makes sense to give them a short jail time and let them go.

But when you get caught over and over and over, at some point, the system should recognize that you don't do anything useful for society, and that any time you aren't in jail, you are out stealing from people, breaking windows, etc. The rest of us shouldn't have to put up with a piece of shiat scumbag like this.

There is also the risk that he decides that doing this small time crime just doesn't give him enough profit to be worth it, and decides to get a gun and escalate. Better to lock him up and keep him locked up.

I can't see how society has *any* downside to putting criminals behind bars and keeping them there. It's cheaper than letting them continue to steal for a living.

It also sets an example. Right now, the example they are giving with this guy is that you can get away with doing it over and over.

I don't know why you're calling people dipshiats and morons for thinking that criminals shouldn't just be allowed to do whatever the hell they want. I've seen you post quite a bit, and you usually don't sound like a troll. Today, though, you do.

Mostly I don't. And you're not incorrect. It just irks me how many people don't get WHY people like this are jailed and released over and over again, and their response is something like "I don't understand how the law works so it is wrong." No, it's the law. Just because the results don't make YOU happy doesn't mean there isn't more involved.

However, you're probably wrong about this guy escalating his crimes at his age. He's going to keep doing petty crimes till he dies. Which is sad for everyone, his victims and him, and he's probably better off in jail. It's too bad we don't have penal colonies any more, but we don't.


The moon
 
2012-03-03 01:51:48 AM  
 
2012-03-03 01:57:22 AM  
Gyrfalcon~

Thanks for taking the time to elaborate you view so well.
 
2012-03-03 02:06:08 AM  
That picture is inaccurate. Your average career criminal has a much better tan than that.
 
2012-03-03 02:20:47 AM  

jupiterkansas: They've got a name for people like you H.I. That name is called "recidivism." Repeat offender!


That's one bonehead name.
 
2012-03-03 02:25:51 AM  
What happened to the 79 strikes and you're out law?
 
2012-03-03 03:22:26 AM  
So, this guy continues to burgle thereby causing more and more average citizens to feel unsafe in their own dwellings.

Many of these average citizens will then decide the best way to protect themselves and recover some sense of security is to aquire a firearm.

At some point one of these firearms could be mishandled and end up costing someone their life.

Would be better to execute this jackass now and not take a chance on innocent people being hurt in the future.
 
2012-03-03 03:23:20 AM  
I've never seen this side of Mitt Romney.
 
2012-03-03 03:49:33 AM  
What? Is the 'Three Strikes Law" only for black offenders?

The bugger has to have more than three felonies on his record, which means, according to the law, he goes away for life. I'm aware of a black guy with two minor felonies who got busted for trespassing while trying hard to stay straight and they tossed him in the clink for 25 years thanks to the Three Strikes Laws.
 
2012-03-03 04:10:15 AM  

BKITU: [2.bp.blogspot.com image 400x303]

"Amateur."


Came for Henry Earl, leaving satisfied (and probably drunk).
 
2012-03-03 05:06:50 AM  

Rik01: What? Is the 'Three Strikes Law" only for black offenders?

The bugger has to have more than three felonies on his record, which means, according to the law, he goes away for life. I'm aware of a black guy with two minor felonies who got busted for trespassing while trying hard to stay straight and they tossed him in the clink for 25 years thanks to the Three Strikes Laws.


Your definition of "trying hard to stay straight" and mine clearly differ significantly.

I have managed to go 34 years without ever getting busted for trespassing and it has required no effort at all.

Was there an earthquake or mudslide that pushed private property under his feet unexpectedly?
 
2012-03-03 05:57:12 AM  

Sid Deuces: So, this guy continues to burgle thereby causing more and more average citizens to feel unsafe in their own dwellings.

Many of these average citizens will then decide the best way to protect themselves and recover some sense of security is to aquire a firearm.

At some point one of these firearms could be mishandled and end up costing someone their life.

Would be better to execute this jackass now and not take a chance on innocent people being hurt in the future.



Are your suggesting....Pre-crime??
 
2012-03-03 06:15:07 AM  
While I'm not a fan of "three strikes" malarky, in this case I would say that, psychologically, this chap is someone who clearly enjoys being in prison - and yes, such maladies do exist. Considering that after the first, oh, fifty arrests any sane person would have either given up crime or at least learned how not to be caught so easily, it weighs heavily in favor of this disorder. If that is indeed the case, would there really be anything wrong with locking him up for life (besides the expense, of course)? I mean, if it's what he really wants...
 
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