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THAT was some funny standup. but the fact that they let Paris out because of a rash is fuckin absurd. its no wonder the rest of the world hates us. this just proves that the wheels of justice have been well lubed withe $100 bills.

to anyone who has had a family member die in prison/jail due to medical reason, this is nothing short of a punch square in the face.

/sigh
//stop the world, i want to get off.
 

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Nose Nuggets said:
THAT was some funny standup. but the fact that they let Paris out because of a rash is fuckin absurd. its no wonder the rest of the world hates us. this just proves that the wheels of justice have been well lubed withe $100 bills.

to anyone who has had a family member die in prison/jail due to medical reason, this is nothing short of a punch square in the face.

/sigh
//stop the world, i want to get off.
I wanna get off! I wanna get off with yoooooou!
 

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fatcat said:
Lets start a new America...

Machine guns for everyone!

we could go to africa 1st and trade a pair of jeans and get 1 ak and an rpg! so everyone go to goodwill and get 20 pairs of jeans
 

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This Paris Hilton thing was from the start completely ridiculous.
There was even a campaign in to the Governator to get her a sentence reduction if not full pardon a month or two ago, now this crap.
Also what the hell kind of math do they use in CA? 3 days served equals five because she arrived just before midnight and left just after midnight...just like checking in and checking out of a damn Hilton hotel.

Ridiculous and a slap to the face of everyone who isn't a fortunate one.

- Janq

"Some folks are born silver spoon in hand, Lord, dont they help themselves, oh. But when the taxman comes to the door, Lord, the house looks like a rummage sale, yes. It aint me, it aint me, I aint no millionaires son, no. It aint me, it aint me; I aint no fortunate one, no." - CCR, 'Fortunate Son'
 

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Janq said:
"Some folks are born silver spoon in hand, Lord, dont they help themselves, oh. But when the taxman comes to the door, Lord, the house looks like a rummage sale, yes. It aint me, it aint me, I aint no millionaires son, no. It aint me, it aint me; I aint no fortunate one, no." - CCR, 'Fortunate Son'
Good old creedance

A wise man once told me: You can be a millionaire or a street sweeper we're all equal when it's time to face the reaper
 

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Pervert............
Name calling and jealousy will get you nowhere in life, mister.
 

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Update:

The DA said fuck that shit!
As per this mornings CNN the DA stated late yesterday that he feels the sherriffs dept. was wrong to release Paris and effectively disregard/renegotiate her sentencing which puts the sheriff in contempt of court (!). He filed some sort of paperwork and the decision by the sherriffs dept. is going to be reviewed in court this morning in about 2 hrs. CA time. The DA is pushing to send Paris back to jail to serve her term as she should just like any other citizen of far lesser means & notoriety.

For once somebody in CA seemingly has not lost their damn mind!

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just so you know why celebs dont f-off in AZ:



Sunburning of Paris: Arpaio says Hilton would serve entire term in Tent City if sentenced here
Lisa Nicita
The Arizona Republic
Jun. 7, 2007 12:36 PM
To the surprise of pretty much no one, Paris Hilton has made an early exit from the big house in favor of her own big house. Her newest fashion accessory is an electronic monitoring anklet, having swapped an expected sentence of 23 days in jail for 40 days of home confinement.

It's a pretty nifty deal her attorneys finagled for her on account of an unspecified medical problem.

It wouldn't have happened here, said Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

"I think it's disgusting," Arpaio said. "I've got 10,000 people in the tents. They've all got medical conditions."

It's unclear what Hilton suffers from, but she's headed home. Could be cabin fever. A severe allergy to jail, perhaps? Whatever it is, she's done with jail. Arizona inmates likely wouldn't have that luxury, said J.W. Brown, a spokesperson for the Maricopa County Superior Court.

Brown said inmates have access to health care, whether they need treatment for physical or mental ailments.

"If you're sick, they can take you to the county hospital where there's a lockdown," Brown said. "If there's an emergency, they'll take you right to the hospital, and then take you back to jail. There's ways to get help and serve your time."

Brown said it's hard to say exactly what went on behind the scenes on the Hilton case because each state is different. Arpaio pointed to Robert Daniels, a man confined to a room at Maricopa County Medical Center, sick with tuberculosis, but not convicted of a crime.

Hilton was serving time for violating probation on an alcohol-related reckless driving case. She began serving her sentence on Sunday and was housed in the "special needs" unit of the Century Regional Detention Facility.

The unit is used for police officers, public officials, celebrities and other high-profile inmates. She bunked alone.

Hilton was sentenced to 45 days, but was expected to be released after 23 for good behavior.

"Now she's going home with some Mickey Mouse bracelet," Arpaio said. "That never would have happened here."

He said Hilton's time, had it been served in Arizona, would have been different.

If Hilton had served her sentence in Tent City, she would have stayed in the steamy tents with the rest of the inmates, Arpaio said.

Past Maricopa County high-profile inmates such as Glen Campbell, Mike Tyson and US Airways CEO Doug Parker served their time separated from the general population. But, Arpaio said, that was for their own protection.

He said he normally doesn't put celebrities in the tents, but Hilton would have been an exception.

She would have eaten bologna with the rest of them. And, she wouldn't have been released from jail early for house arrest.

"I am totally against bracelets. I think it's a cop-out," he said. "I'd love to stay in her mansion."

Hilton may not have to technically stay in her mansion for the entire time. Mike Goss, deputy chief with adult probation for Maricopa County Superior Court, said inmates released on electronic supervision need to stay within the perimeter of their house. If they don't, a signal is sent to a computer that tells probation officials the inmate is not following the rules.

Even if she's watched, Arpaio said he isn't happy with how Hilton is serving her time. He said it sends a bad message.

"I don't think this is right," he said. "I'm not going to blame anybody. I knew this was going to happen."
 

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Update:

CNN is discussing it right now.
She was supposed to be in court today but now it's been reported that she will not be in court but _phoning in_ her statements to the court. The reasoning is that it will be an inconveinience to the court with all the paprazzi and notoriety from her making an appearance (!).

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Update:

The judge got wind of this crap and is reportedly not happy.
He ordered the sherriffs dept. to go secure Paris and physically bring her narrow ass to court directly to appear.

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^^

Bawahahahahahahaa
 

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CNN just reported that she was taken away in cuffs in the back of a squad car and is being driven to court right now.
They showed a black & white speeding away from her home with a throng of paprazzi literally running behind it track meet style with camera in hand trying to snap photos.

Also they are now saying on CNN that the 45 days she was assigned was the maximum and as based on the majority of cases is practically never assigned to anyone for same situations. They had some legal guy on saying that very much the norm is a 3 to 5 day jail sentence with 2 or 3 days served flowed by home arrest with the ankle alarm action. He said that the sherriffs dept. followed normal, average, and is his opinion correct procedure but that the judge is being extraordinarilly harsh on Paris _because_ she is a celebrity and that if she were an average Jane Citizen she'd have most likely not seen a day in jail and if so ti would have been an average 72 hr. stay.

So here we go once again California is spanglish for 'Crazy people'.
I should have known that there would be some crap ass crap going on. :\

Oh and reports indicate Paris was suffering from some sort of jail related/induced rash (an allergey to jail?) along with in just 48 hrs. going from fine & sane to being on the edge of a mental breakdown as per the opinion of a psychiatrist hired by her attorney to review her in relation to a lawsuit that is ongoing against her current to which she was due to appear in court on the same day that she was actually in jail.

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