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    Re: Book 'em, Dano!

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    Wow, talk about wasting your gift. Why would you give someone a 150 year sentence? Just say youre in there till ya croak
    Because life sentences can end before someone dies...they can be eligible for parole.
    what both me and williamson8211 were saying was just keep him in there for life, no chance of parole, literrally for life

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    Re: Book 'em, Dano!

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    In 2001, Etienne signed a multifight deal with Showtime, but his career ending soon after a 49-second first-round loss to Mike Tyson in February 2003.
    Does he still have his ears???? :lol:
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    Re: Book 'em, Dano!

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    So when he dies do they just let him decompose in the cell so he serves the whole term. It would suck to be his cellmate or a guard in that prison.
    ROTFLMAO!
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    Re: Book 'em, Dano!

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    "cajunvike" wrote:
    "Williamson8211" wrote:
    Wow, talk about wasting your gift. Why would you give someone a 150 year sentence? Just say youre in there till ya croak
    Because life sentences can end before someone dies...they can be eligible for parole.
    what both me and williamson8211 were saying was just keep him in there for life, no chance of parole, literrally for life
    As Cajun Esq. indicated, in many states a "life" sentence really doesn't mean life. A lot of technical legal manuevering created this situation. The federal system changed a while back so now life really means life. Prior to that, I put a guy away for the 1st degree murder of his wife and he was technically eligible for parole in 10 years! Pi$$ed me off. If you see "Life without the possibility of parole," then you win the toaster oven and you're Bubba's beeeeeeeeeeeyyyyyyaaaaaaaach forever. Your farts become silent VERY quickly... :lol:
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    Re: Book 'em, Dano!

    "PacNWVike" wrote:
    "YogidAbEAR" wrote:
    "cajunvike" wrote:
    "Williamson8211" wrote:
    Wow, talk about wasting your gift. Why would you give someone a 150 year sentence? Just say youre in there till ya croak
    Because life sentences can end before someone dies...they can be eligible for parole.
    what both me and williamson8211 were saying was just keep him in there for life, no chance of parole, literrally for life
    As Cajun Esq. indicated, in many states a "life" sentence really doesn't mean life. A lot of technical legal manuevering created this situation. The federal system changed a while back so now life really means life. Prior to that, I put a guy away for the 1st degree murder of his wife and he was technically eligible for parole in 10 years! Pi$$ed me off. If you see "Life without the possibility of parole," then you win the toaster oven and you're Bubba's beeeeeeeeeeeyyyyyyaaaaaaaach forever. Your farts become silent VERY quickly... :lol:
    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSH!!! :laughing3:
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    Re: Book 'em, Dano!

    That guy is an idiot.

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    Re: Book 'em, Dano!

    "cajunvike" wrote:
    "PacNWVike" wrote:
    "YogidAbEAR" wrote:
    "cajunvike" wrote:
    "Williamson8211" wrote:
    Wow, talk about wasting your gift. Why would you give someone a 150 year sentence? Just say youre in there till ya croak
    Because life sentences can end before someone dies...they can be eligible for parole.
    what both me and williamson8211 were saying was just keep him in there for life, no chance of parole, literrally for life
    As Cajun Esq. indicated, in many states a "life" sentence really doesn't mean life. A lot of technical legal manuevering created this situation. The federal system changed a while back so now life really means life. Prior to that, I put a guy away for the 1st degree murder of his wife and he was technically eligible for parole in 10 years! Pi$$ed me off. If you see "Life without the possibility of parole," then you win the toaster oven and you're Bubba's beeeeeeeeeeeyyyyyyaaaaaaaach forever. Your farts become silent VERY quickly... :lol:
    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSH!!! :laughing3:
    Is that a legal term counselor???? :lol:
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    Re: Book 'em, Dano!

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    "cajunvike" wrote:
    Quote Originally Posted by Williamson8211
    Wow, talk about wasting your gift. Why would you give someone a 150 year sentence? Just say youre in there till ya croak
    Because life sentences can end before someone dies...they can be eligible for parole.
    what both me and williamson8211 were saying was just keep him in there for life, no chance of parole, literrally for life
    As Cajun Esq. indicated, in many states a "life" sentence really doesn't mean life. A lot of technical legal manuevering created this situation. The federal system changed a while back so now life really means life. Prior to that, I put a guy away for the 1st degree murder of his wife and he was technically eligible for parole in 10 years! Pi$$ed me off. If you see "Life without the possibility of parole," then you win the toaster oven and you're Bubba's beeeeeeeeeeeyyyyyyaaaaaaaach forever. Your farts become silent VERY quickly... :lol:
    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSH!!! :laughing3:
    Is that a legal term counselor???? :lol:
    Could be!!! :lol:
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    Re: Book 'em, Dano!

    a life sentence in canada is 24 years i believe, people often get multiple life sentences in one sentence, and live to commit more crimes! kind of a redundant term IMO

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