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Kreesto
Posted - 2007.06.07 21:43:00 - [1]
 

.... For "Medical Reasons." She'll spend 40 days in her own home (a mansion) on house arrest.

Yeah right. If I could get out of work because I didn't like being at work, that'd be ****ing fantastic, but you know what? I have to be there, so she should still be in jail where she belongs.

If Paris doesn't like being in jail, maybe she shouldn't have violated the law by driving with a suspended license for drunk driving. It just goes to show that if you have money, you get preferential treatment. That's disgusting. Any normal person would have spent the full sentence in jail, and the rich and famous should receive the same treatment as any other person. They're no more important than anyone else.

This government is so crooked. I wonder how much payment the judge took to do this.

RedFall
Irreligion
Posted - 2007.06.07 21:50:00 - [2]
 

If you had tens of millions of dollars and a high priced legal team, you would do the exact same thing.

Kaeten
Hybrid Syndicate
Posted - 2007.06.07 21:54:00 - [3]
 

Originally by: RedFall
If you had tens of millions of dollars and a high priced legal team, you would do the exact same thing.
I find it hard to belive that they (her lawyers) can make magic out of thin air.

Chi Quan
Bibkor Enterprises
Posted - 2007.06.07 22:20:00 - [4]
 

not magic, the more money, the better the lawyers. it's just sad the money doesn't benefit ppl who would need it. i mean, she was just driving a car, not that big a deal. personally, i find medical reasons a strange excuse for smaler punishments, i mean nobody in their right mind would kill other ppl, so there is the 'excuse' for one of the gratest crimes. it's disgusting.

Nai Ling
Amarr
Middle Finger Technology
Posted - 2007.06.07 22:40:00 - [5]
 

Originally by: Chi Quan
not magic, the more money, the better the lawyers. it's just sad the money doesn't benefit ppl who would need it. i mean, she was just driving a car, not that big a deal. personally, i find medical reasons a strange excuse for smaler punishments, i mean nobody in their right mind would kill other ppl, so there is the 'excuse' for one of the gratest crimes. it's disgusting.


You don't get it. The "medical reasons" for her getting out of jail was because she was crying in her cell, refused to eat, refused to sleep, and got exhausted from freaking out that she actually had to commit to her punishment by spending 40 days in jail.

What kind of punishment is spending 40 days in a ****ing mansion?!? Basically, she put on some tears, whined, and put out to get out.

Red Gabba
Minmatar
R E D E M P T I O N
Posted - 2007.06.07 23:18:00 - [6]
 

I totally think she should be free.... I mean she is something, so talented and stuff, she is totally cool and stuff, and yah has great nails and stuff.. We just love her and she is a inspiration to all us teenagers out there who cannot figure out Sony's Night vision function on our own.

Long live Paris(The person not the place)

Wendat Huron
Stellar Solutions
Posted - 2007.06.08 00:42:00 - [7]
 

Originally by: RedFall
If you had tens of millions of dollars and a high priced legal team, you would do the exact same thing.


That's what you get with **** for a legal system.

Natsuki
Caldari
Destructive Influence
Band of Brothers
Posted - 2007.06.08 00:55:00 - [8]
 

what a load of crap tbh.

Azirapheal
Amarr
Ministry of War
Posted - 2007.06.08 01:01:00 - [9]
 

Originally by: RedFall

And we should be able to watch as she gets viciously and savagely beaten and ****d. Rolling Eyes


would be more entertaining than those vids knocking around. yawndom

Voogru
Gallente
Massive Damage
We Are John Galt
Posted - 2007.06.08 01:04:00 - [10]
 

This isnt so bad.

You know she's going to violate her house arrest, which will probably land her a longer sentance.

And thats a good thing.

Phrixus Zephyr
MEK Enterprises
Posted - 2007.06.08 01:05:00 - [11]
 

Originally by: voogru
This isnt so bad.

You know she's going to violate her house arrest, which will probably land her a longer sentance.

And thats a good thing.

I imagine she own's a small town and that is her "House".

Multras
D00M.
Triumvirate.
Posted - 2007.06.08 01:16:00 - [12]
 

This is why they need to get rid of lawyers and everyone can defend themselves. If you are too stupid to, sucks to be you Very Happy

Bob Clive
Union Jack Purists Cult
Posted - 2007.06.08 03:53:00 - [13]
 


Dark Kavar
Caldari
Aionios Diadochi
Dark Matter Coalition
Posted - 2007.06.08 05:25:00 - [14]
 

Originally by: Red Gabba
I totally think she should be free.... I mean she is something, so talented and stuff, she is totally cool and stuff, and yah has great nails and stuff.. We just love her and she is a inspiration to all us teenagers out there who cannot figure out Sony's Night vision function on our own.

Long live Paris(The person not the place)


LOL... I hope....

Kalahari Wayrest
Posted - 2007.06.08 05:32:00 - [15]
 

BOO!

Patch86
Di-Tron Heavy Industries
Atlas Alliance
Posted - 2007.06.08 11:10:00 - [16]
 

Meh. Unhappy, but not at all surprised.

Hellraiza666
Viziam
Posted - 2007.06.08 11:29:00 - [17]
 

She's got to reappear in court though cause the Judge who sentenced her has gone mad about her being released on house arrest.

Locus Bey
Gallente
OCA2
Posted - 2007.06.08 11:30:00 - [18]
 

Let's see what happens when she goes to court this morning. Maybe the outcry will mean she hads back in to do the rest of her time.

SonicCJK
The X-Trading Company
RAZOR Alliance
Posted - 2007.06.08 12:06:00 - [19]
 

I bet her daddy pulled some strings for her.

Dejana Morgana
Posted - 2007.06.08 12:18:00 - [20]
 

Originally by: RedFall
If you had tens of millions of dollars and a high priced legal team, you would do the exact same thing.


guess what? i wouldnt be in jail because I'd still obey the law...

Trovarion
Gallente
Spiritus Draconis
Posted - 2007.06.08 12:18:00 - [21]
 

gawd damn alt above is me

RedFall
Irreligion
Posted - 2007.06.08 14:51:00 - [22]
 

Boo hoo.

The average time served for ALL convictions of non-violent offenders in Los Angeles County is 10% of their imposed jail time. Paris was given 45 days in jail, and she served 5 days. This is because of overcrowding, it's that way in most of California (I live there). Making her serve the whole sentence would amount to singling her out only because she is famous, and that would be wrong.

Janu Hull
Caldari
Terra Incognita
Intrepid Crossing
Posted - 2007.06.08 15:09:00 - [23]
 

If it had not been Paris Hilton, she would have been released in three days and nothing said because of severe overcrowding in California prisons.

Wendat Huron
Stellar Solutions
Posted - 2007.06.08 18:22:00 - [24]
 

Originally by: Janu Hull
If it had not been Paris Hilton, she would have been released in three days and nothing said because of severe overcrowding in California prisons.


So some people get sent up for life due to 3 law violations and some barely set foot in jail for theirs?

RedFall
Irreligion
Posted - 2007.06.08 18:25:00 - [25]
 

Originally by: Wendat Huron
Originally by: Janu Hull
If it had not been Paris Hilton, she would have been released in three days and nothing said because of severe overcrowding in California prisons.


So some people get sent up for life due to 3 law violations and some barely set foot in jail for theirs?


If you are refering to the "three strikes law", this does not apply to her case. All her charges constitute one act, more or less. You missed the point of our arguements. She has not been treated differently. Everyone else in the same situation would have been let out after 5 days. See my above post.

Wendat Huron
Stellar Solutions
Posted - 2007.06.08 18:26:00 - [26]
 

Originally by: RedFall
Originally by: Wendat Huron
Originally by: Janu Hull
If it had not been Paris Hilton, she would have been released in three days and nothing said because of severe overcrowding in California prisons.


So some people get sent up for life due to 3 law violations and some barely set foot in jail for theirs?


If you are refering to the "three strikes law", this does not apply to her case. All her charges constitute one act, more or less. You missed the point of our arguements. She has not been treated differently. Everyone else in the same situation would have been let out after 5 days. See my above post.


So basically it's drink and drive your merry way till you kill someone doing it?

RedFall
Irreligion
Posted - 2007.06.08 18:29:00 - [27]
 

Originally by: Wendat Huron

So basically it's drink and drive your merry way till you kill someone doing it?


She has been found guilty and punished. If you have a problem with the law I suggest you contact your state representative and ask him to build more prisons since California's prison system is in a huge opvercrowding crisis. It's not Hilton's fault.

Wendat Huron
Stellar Solutions
Posted - 2007.06.08 18:31:00 - [28]
 

Like Valan said, if you see her buy her a drink for me.

RedFall
Irreligion
Posted - 2007.06.08 18:33:00 - [29]
 


Mercil3ss
My Li'l Pony Mafia
Posted - 2007.06.08 18:46:00 - [30]
 

Edited by: Mercil3ss on 08/06/2007 19:46:34
On behalf of the US, I'd like to offer Paris, free and clear, to ANY other country that would take her....


PLEASECrying or Very sad

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