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(Yahoo)   So, what would happen if you were convicted of a crime and told to await instructions on when and where to report to prison, and then those instructions never came?   (news.yahoo.com) divider line 8
    More: Strange, robberies, Missouri Attorney General, Missouri Department of Corrections, time served, prison sentence  
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2014-04-17 01:39:39 PM
3 votes:
thehairpin.com
2014-04-17 03:56:00 PM
2 votes:
I see the bleeding hearts are out today with absolutely no concern for the profitability of private prisons
2014-04-17 12:31:35 PM
2 votes:

timujin: If this has gone on longer than the statute of limitations on the original crime, they just need to let the guy go.


You appear to be focused on the fact that he is a non-violent functioning member of society whose removal will have significant negative outcomes for his children specifically and therefore society generally.

This view of the situation is clearly ridiculous since there is no giant punishment boner. And as we know prison is about getting a punishment boner.
2014-04-17 02:25:52 PM
1 votes:

indylaw: This seems like an excellent candidate for the governor to issue a pardon or reprieve.


But he's Black and in Missouri. What are the chances?
2014-04-17 02:05:01 PM
1 votes:
 Rehabilitated?... Well, now, let me see. You know, I don't have any idea what that means.
www.dvdactive.com
2014-04-17 01:45:47 PM
1 votes:
You RUN!

That's what you do.

This is a nation of liars, cheats and sociopaths.

No good deed goes unpunished and the only ones playing fair and straight are the suckers.

The second he realized they weren't coming he should have skipped the country.

/It sucks that's the world we live in, but them's the facts.
2014-04-17 01:28:48 PM
1 votes:
Yes but not putting him in prison might encourage OTHER people who haven't received their prison papers to keep quiet and turn their lives around.

Putting him in prison now is the best choice.  That would encourage others in his situation to keep quiet and go on bigger and better crime sprees while they await their inevitable jail sentence, which is the preferable outcome.
2014-04-17 01:18:20 PM
1 votes:
imagizer.imageshack.us
 
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