Well, really, why should he follow the terms of his parole or probation or whatever the heck he's serving?
The ramifications for him are few to none. When he gets caught, he gets to take a ride in a patrol car and see the countryside, he goes before the judge and gets his little hand slapped and gets a ride back home.
Who knows- he may even get treated to a little trip through the McDonald's drive through.
Cats is absolutely right. How many times has this guy violated the terms and gone free? He is making a mockery of the system. He should be in jail now until his trial.
And that is on top of the fact that he is allegedly a VIOLENT criminal, who should not have been granted freedom to begin with. The acts for which he is charged are ones that could easily have killed people.
Please, will some judge have the fortitude to lock this guy up?
Too bad he didn't have some marijuana when he was arrested. Those seem to be the only crimes that are taken seriously by some people.
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