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(Daily Mail)   Michael Douglas son beaten up in prison. "Had rod inserted" the Daily Mail adds   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 78
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2012-12-17 09:17:29 AM
The poor guy has his femur broken and all you've got is a prison rape fantasy, subby?

Keep it to yourself.

Shame on you.
 
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2012-12-17 09:43:00 AM
www.primaryignition.com 

One...hundred...dollars.
 
2012-12-17 10:23:57 AM
But last year he was sentenced to an additional four and a half years for smuggling in heroin and a prescription narcotic while at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Pennsylvania.
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I would really like to know how they managed to move the building from Park Row in downtown Manhattan all the way to Pennsylvania, along with the Municipal Building behind it. That's some amazing engineering feat!
 
2012-12-17 10:55:41 AM
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2012-12-17 10:58:29 AM
You don't talk about The Game.
 
2012-12-17 10:58:35 AM
Cameron's testimony against the dealers helped get him a five-year, rather than 10-year, sentence. But last year he was sentenced to an additional four and a half years for smuggling in heroin and a prescription narcotic while at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Pennsylvania.


Not the brightest bulb in the pack, is he?
 
2012-12-17 10:58:42 AM

vpb: [www.primaryignition.com image 500x300] 

One...hundred...dollars.


this. seems like it ought to cost more
 
2012-12-17 10:59:47 AM

notmtwain: The poor guy has his femur broken and all you've got is a prison rape fantasy, subby?

Keep it to yourself.

Shame on you.


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2012-12-17 11:00:23 AM
The show must go on, Break a Leg, mate.
 
2012-12-17 11:00:26 AM
During a 2010 bail hearing, Cameron's psychiatrist inadvertently revealed that his client had snitched to the police about his drug suppliers


I certainly hope that psychiatrist no longer is one.
 
2012-12-17 11:00:43 AM
How unfortunate for Matthew Mcconaughey.
 
2012-12-17 11:02:22 AM
Rod's not too happy about this either.
 
2012-12-17 11:02:25 AM

Kyosuke: During a 2010 bail hearing, Cameron's psychiatrist inadvertently revealed that his client had snitched to the police about his drug suppliers

I certainly hope that psychiatrist no longer is one.


no, he blue himself

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2012-12-17 11:02:46 AM
Remember folks rape is a horrible crime that shouldn't be joked about unless it's prison rape then it's hilarious.

Sick
 
2012-12-17 11:03:39 AM
The comments made me close the page.
 
2012-12-17 11:05:16 AM
He should put up $100 to have someone break the psychiatrists femur for snitching
 
2012-12-17 11:05:49 AM
So, he was romancing the bone?
 
2012-12-17 11:06:08 AM

Kyosuke: During a 2010 bail hearing, Cameron's psychiatrist inadvertently revealed that his client had snitched to the police about his drug suppliers

I certainly hope that psychiatrist no longer is one.


I doubt he will make it out of prison alive.
 
2012-12-17 11:06:16 AM
Broke his femur. Owww. Just, Owww.

/He should have offered $200 for them to leave him alone!
 
2012-12-17 11:06:28 AM
$100 bounty? ffs.
 
2012-12-17 11:06:40 AM

Private_Citizen: Broke his femur. Owww. Just, Owww.

/He should have offered $200 for them to leave him alone!


$201 Bob
 
2012-12-17 11:06:49 AM
I have a feeling that once the word got around that he ratted on his dealers, the other inmates would have done this even without a bounty.
 
2012-12-17 11:07:59 AM
Snitches get stitches.
 
2012-12-17 11:09:00 AM
how many kids does this guy have?
 
2012-12-17 11:09:42 AM
Javert: Five years for what you did, the rest because you smuggled heroin! Yes, Michael Douglas's son!

Val Jean: My name is Cameron!
 
2012-12-17 11:10:13 AM
My tennis shoes were stolen, why didn't that make the news?
 
2012-12-17 11:11:34 AM
www.moviefancentral.com

Legs look fine now.
 
2012-12-17 11:12:11 AM

Centerpoint: My tennis shoes were stolen, why didn't that make the news?


Tweakers get sneakers?
 
2012-12-17 11:12:58 AM
Incarceration for drug offenses works so well in preventing drug offenses....
 
2012-12-17 11:13:49 AM

JackieRabbit: Incarceration for drug offenses works so well in preventing drug offenses....


that's why we incarcerate people. duh...
 
2012-12-17 11:15:10 AM
Snitches get stitches...

From reading the article, though, it seems like his lawyer really farked him on this by revealing that he had copped a deal in exchange for ratting on his suppliers. And he probably should have been put in protective custody, not just for that, but for being related to a celebrity; they know that wealthy convicts get extorted and messed with constantly.

Still though...he's there do his time. And he got an additional 4.5 years for trying to smuggle MORE drugs INTO the prison, so what the hell does he expect? It's kinda hard to have pity for this guy when he's so flagrantly flouting the system.
 
2012-12-17 11:17:15 AM

Jon iz teh kewl: JackieRabbit: Incarceration for drug offenses works so well in preventing drug offenses....

that's why we incarcerate people. duh...


I was being facetious...
 
2012-12-17 11:17:54 AM

JackieRabbit: Jon iz teh kewl: JackieRabbit: Incarceration for drug offenses works so well in preventing drug offenses....

that's why we incarcerate people. duh...

I was being facetious...


isn't that why kids do drugs nowadays?? to get butt raped
 
2012-12-17 11:19:21 AM
Any bets he actually survives his sentence?
 
2012-12-17 11:19:22 AM

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2012-12-17 11:20:39 AM
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2012-12-17 11:21:15 AM

Jon iz teh kewl: JackieRabbit: Jon iz teh kewl: JackieRabbit: Incarceration for drug offenses works so well in preventing drug offenses....

that's why we incarcerate people. duh...

I was being facetious...

isn't that why kids do drugs nowadays?? to get butt raped


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GCD
2012-12-17 11:24:12 AM
i.dailymail.co.uk

What the hell does that tattoo say? TINK?
 
2012-12-17 11:26:11 AM

JackieRabbit: Incarceration for drug offenses works so well in preventing drug offenses....


Well, if it was sarcasm, it still doesn't make what you said untrue. Addiction isn't a criminal matter; it really is a medical issue, so filling up prisons with drug offenders isn't really doing anyone any good. 99% of those guys are just gonna get high again as soon as they are released. If they want to prevent people from using drugs or committing crimes in the pursuit of acquiring drugs, they need to address the underlying issues that cause people to use in the first place, and prison isn't the place to do it. They are basically adult day care centers; they don't have any programs that really do the convicts any good. And I speak from experience; I've had plenty of family members in jail and a fiance who's there right now and instead of utilizing the man power and trying to rehabilitate or do something to change the way these guys think or behave, they just keep them locked in a cage with nothing to do all day.

I've always been in favor of allowing certain criminals to serve out their sentence in the military instead of in a jail cell because at least the military can whip them into shape and give them a career and way to make money LEGITIMATELY. Obviously not violent offenders, but those who are in for dealing drugs or possession or whatever...doesn't that seem like a much more viable option for them? Instead of sending over kids and people who actually DO have something to lose, we can send people who genuinely NEED the kind of instruction and structure that a military career can provide and it actually WILL address some of the issues that lead to said convict using drugs or selling drugs in the first place.

But yeah...prison isn't the place for drug offenders. They need some sort of rehabilitation program, counseling, psychiatric help, etc. because if you don't address the issues that cause people to use in the first place, then they're just gonna continue to use when they get out of prison anyway.
 
2012-12-17 11:31:58 AM

seapig: JackieRabbit: Incarceration for drug offenses works so well in preventing drug offenses....

Well, if it was sarcasm, it still doesn't make what you said untrue. Addiction isn't a criminal matter; it really is a medical issue, so filling up prisons with drug offenders isn't really doing anyone any good. 99% of those guys are just gonna get high again as soon as they are released. If they want to prevent people from using drugs or committing crimes in the pursuit of acquiring drugs, they need to address the underlying issues that cause people to use in the first place, and prison isn't the place to do it. They are basically adult day care centers; they don't have any programs that really do the convicts any good. And I speak from experience; I've had plenty of family members in jail and a fiance who's there right now and instead of utilizing the man power and trying to rehabilitate or do something to change the way these guys think or behave, they just keep them locked in a cage with nothing to do all day.

I've always been in favor of allowing certain criminals to serve out their sentence in the military instead of in a jail cell because at least the military can whip them into shape and give them a career and way to make money LEGITIMATELY. Obviously not violent offenders, but those who are in for dealing drugs or possession or whatever...doesn't that seem like a much more viable option for them? Instead of sending over kids and people who actually DO have something to lose, we can send people who genuinely NEED the kind of instruction and structure that a military career can provide and it actually WILL address some of the issues that lead to said convict using drugs or selling drugs in the first place.

But yeah...prison isn't the place for drug offenders. They need some sort of rehabilitation program, counseling, psychiatric help, etc. because if you don't address the issues that cause people to use in the first place, then they're just gonna continue to use whe ...


Prison isn't the place for most anyone. Like you, I know quite a few people who have spent time there, and I've never seen it do a bit of good. Even if it's "keeping them off the streets" they tend to come back out worse than they were before. The worst is seeing people incarcerated over marijuana who end up in bloody gangs.
 
2012-12-17 11:32:21 AM
FTFA: "'He broke his femur,"

See, here's where the passive voice is handy, folks. I would say he had nothing to do with breaking his own femur. I do believe that would be his fellow inmates beating the shiat out of him that broke his femur.
 
2012-12-17 11:33:31 AM

seapig: I've had plenty of family members in jail and a fiance who's there right now


Your family sounds fun.
 
2012-12-17 11:41:40 AM

Kyosuke: During a 2010 bail hearing, Cameron's psychiatrist inadvertently revealed that his client had snitched to the police about his drug suppliers

I certainly hope that psychiatrist no longer is one.


Nice Job.

Not that I don't think the younger Mr. Douglas shouldn't be punished, but when your court-appointed shrink gives you up, they should at least put you into protective custody.
 
2012-12-17 11:49:55 AM
Apparently it was his lower colon that got beaten up
 
2012-12-17 11:54:03 AM

GCD:
What the hell does that tattoo say? TINK?


Looks like it says "Tick". Dunno if that's Tick as a nickname, like "The Tick" or "The Flea"

It would be amusing if it was paired with "Tock" on the other side. Like "Tick-Tock! I'm clocking cause I'm mad gangsta"

Either way it's a terrible tattoo.
 
mjg
2012-12-17 11:54:56 AM
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"He had A Rod inserted"
/ftfy
 
2012-12-17 11:55:07 AM

Snausages75: FTFA: "'He broke his femur,"

See, here's where the passive voice is handy, folks. I would say he had nothing to do with breaking his own femur. I do believe that would be his fellow inmates beating the shiat out of him that broke his femur.


That's not humerus.
 
2012-12-17 11:55:22 AM

seapig: Still though...he's there do his time. And he got an additional 4.5 years for trying to smuggle MORE drugs INTO the prison, so what the hell does he expect? It's kinda hard to have pity for this guy when he's so flagrantly flouting the system.


Yeah, prisoners smuggling drugs into the prison are basically stealing money from the guards. The guards do not like that one bit.
 
2012-12-17 11:59:17 AM

FitzShivering: Prison isn't the place for most anyone. Like you, I know quite a few people who have spent time there, and I've never seen it do a bit of good. Even if it's "keeping them off the streets" they tend to come back out worse than they were before. The worst is seeing people incarcerated over marijuana who end up in bloody gangs.


Very true. But I do believe that rapists, murderers, child molesters, etc. belong in prison. They have no business being out in the world with the rest of society and prison is pretty much the ONLY place for people like that. But yeah, I spent 12 hours in jail in August over marijuana and if my mom hasn't paid my bail, I'd have been in there til my trial date. Thankfully, I got it cut down to probation without verdict, but even the cop who arrested me was saying that he didn't want to punish me too harshly for it and that they only reason I was getting arrested in the first place was cuz one of my neighbors called and snitched on my plants and they (the cops) pretty much HAD to do their job and arrest me. It was the detective himself that managed to get me such a good deal though...

jaylectricity: Your family sounds fun.


Yes. They are :) All for drug offenses; there are no violent criminals in my family. But my Cuban grandfather used to sell cocaine as did my cousins and father, for a short time. Putting them in jail never got any of them to stop getting high, though. And if anything, all it did was put them in contact with other guys who they could hook up with once they were on the outside. Or give them opportunities to learn even more drug trade secrets and methods, etc. etc.

I'd much rather people have access to their drug of choice because I watched alcohol destroy my father and his father (my dad died last Thanksgiving at the ripe old age of 44) and that drug is perfectly legal. I'm of the opinion that if marijuana were more available to those who would like to use it, it could certainly cut down on a lot of alcohol related deaths and crimes. My aunt, my mom, basically all the family members that DON'T use heavy drugs or drink would LOVE to be able to smoke weed...but they don't and can't because they can't risk failing a drug test for their jobs (mainly nurses). And I believe that should extend to the harder drugs as well...but there would have to be some pretty strict regulations and rules regarding their use. I certainly wouldn't want to encourage people to use...but I would prefer that those who are going to continue using hard drugs, regardless, had access to safe drugs and utensils as opposed to getting mystery powder in a bag from some street dealer. It forces people to engage in the criminal underworld and I don't think that's right. Canada has seen HIV and crime rates drop dramatically where they have opened those heroin clinics for users to come in, get clean needles and medical grade heroin and just use there in the clinic.
 
2012-12-17 11:59:31 AM
They farked him so hard that his femur broke. Which part do you not understand?
 
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