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Walter White Sentenced To 12 Years For Dealing Meth


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A Montana man named Walter Jack White, 53, was sentenced on Monday to nine years in federal prison for “possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.â€

The judge added three years to his sentence for a firearms conviction, making his term a total of 12 years behind bars.

 

 

http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/entertainment/2013/12/real-walter-white-not-breaking-bad-deals-meth-sentenced-to-12-years/

 

Senior U.S. District Judge Don Molloy said White was responsible for 32 pounds of meth, calling that quantity “extraordinary"

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Walter best be glad he was not caught in FL. He ass would be looking at those bars for 30yrs...12yrs for 32lbs and a fire arm? DA must of liked him...

 

2009 a 56yr old 1st time offender got 15yrs for "altering" a script....You can shoot people and kill your baby girl here in FL...you just best not do any drugs. :blink: WTF is wrong with this world?

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He probably had a mild case of that new precedent "Afluenza"', like that shit rich kid that was just given probation for killing people in a drunk driving crash.

It was said his social status was such that jail would not help a person of is position. What a bunch a poo.

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He probably had a mild case of that new precedent "Afluenza"', like that shit rich kid that was just given probation for killing people in a drunk driving crash.

It was said his social status was such that jail would not help a person of is position. What a bunch a poo.

Oh man, that story makes me soooo fuckin mad. Its so absurd. Some little rich fuck has 3x the legal limit of booze, and Valium in his system, kills 4 people while drunk driving.. and gets probation?

Our "justice" system is royally fucked. And has been for a long long time.

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Oh man, that story makes me soooo fuckin mad. Its so absurd. Some little rich fuck has 3x the legal limit of booze, and Valium in his system, kills 4 people while drunk driving.. and gets probation?

Our "justice" system is royally fucked. And has been for a long long time.

 

And yet people ask me why I finished law school, took the bar and then decided I wanted to be anything OTHER than a practicing attorney. :wacko:

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Walter best be glad he was not caught in FL. He ass would be looking at those bars for 30yrs...12yrs for 32lbs and a fire arm? DA must of liked him...

 

2009 a 56yr old 1st time offender got 15yrs for "altering" a script....You can shoot people and kill your baby girl here in FL...you just best not do any drugs. :blink: WTF is wrong with this world?

Yeah, that's Ironic, considering the number of pill mills that were overlooked in FL!

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He probably had a mild case of that new precedent "Afluenza"', like that shit rich kid that was just given probation for killing people in a drunk driving crash.

It was said his social status was such that jail would not help a person of is position. What a bunch a poo.

 

 

Oh man, that story makes me soooo fuckin mad. Its so absurd. Some little rich fuck has 3x the legal limit of booze, and Valium in his system, kills 4 people while drunk driving.. and gets probation?

Our "justice" system is royally fucked. And has been for a long long time.

 

Sadly, this isn't going to change in our lifetimes. The reality is, the prison industrial complex throws off billions each year to some of the deepest pockets and political contributors on both sides of the legislative aisle. The harsh truth is that the system is structured in concert with Orwellian US drug laws, and is designed to maximize prison populations with young male "offenders" who are least able to mount a legal defense. It's a simple matter of return on judiciary investment where prosecutions are concerned. For the cost of obtaining a conviction against a kid from a wealthy family, the same prosecutor can plea out 2 dozen petty drug cases involving young, poor, inner city male defendants who have nothing more than a public defender and the prospect of a 20+ year hitch for "possession with intent".

 

Consider this. The prison population in the United States has grown by more than 700% since 1970, and of that inmate population growth, more than 60% are African-American males sentenced on non-violent drug related charges. In my view, it's Slavery 2.0, human trafficking at the institutional level, and one of the United States' dirtiest, most vile and least discussed secrets.

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You got that right.

Small example.

Years ago my friend and I needed gas so I could drive him home one night after partying, so we started to siphon gas at some apartments.

We got caught.

It was my car.

After an hour or so, I was told to drive home and my friend was taken to the cop shop and his parents were called to come get him.

He got some awful community service thing in the animal shelter and it was dealing with the worst part of govt shelters. Cleaning poop would be better.

I got probation or something, I don't even remember as it was so minor.

My friend was from a "bad" part of the town and the cops made assumptions and he got much worse then I who had an address in a better area.

There is no question they saw he and his family would not be able to quickly pay their way out of their messed up injustice system and all the programs and other services they keep people trapped in, and they look for people like that to keep these messsed up systems going and full of people who really don't need to be in them. It's a rackett.

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Sadly, this isn't going to change in our lifetimes. The reality is, the prison industrial complex throws off billions each year to some of the deepest pockets and political contributors on both sides of the legislative aisle. The harsh truth is that the system is structured in concert with Orwellian US drug laws, and is designed to maximize prison populations with young male "offenders" who are least able to mount a legal defense. It's a simple matter of return on judiciary investment where prosecutions are concerned. For the cost of obtaining a conviction against a kid from a wealthy family, the same prosecutor can plea out 2 dozen petty drug cases involving young, poor, inner city male defendants who have nothing more than a public defender and the prospect of a 20+ year hitch for "possession with intent".

 

Consider this. The prison population in the United States has grown by more than 700% since 1970, and of that inmate population growth, more than 60% are African-American males sentenced on non-violent drug related charges. In my view, it's Slavery 2.0, human trafficking at the institutional level, and one of the United States' dirtiest, most vile and least discussed secrets.

Agreed 100%. Here's some more info to help drive the point home, sourced from wiki

 

The incarceration rate in the United States of America is the highest in the world today. As of 2009[update], the incarceration rate was 743 per 100,000 of national population (0.743%).[2] In comparison, Russia had the second highest, at 577 per 100,000, Canada was 123rd in the world at 117 per 100,000, and China had 120 per 100,000.[2]

While Americans represent about 5 percent of the world's population, nearly one-quarter of the entire world's inmates have been incarcerated in the United States in recent years.[clarify][3] Imprisonment of America's 2.3 million prisoners, costing $24,000 per inmate per year, and $5.1 billion in new prison construction, consumes $60.3 billion in budget expenditures.

 

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As someone who spent two years in prison (Liberty CI, FL panhandle) I can tell you a few things about the system that many may or may not know.

 

Fun facts:

 

1) you can have sex with the female guards if you are decent looking and are "cleared" by medical.

 

2) If you have money you can get whatever you want...drugs..whatever...cell phone.

 

3) When you buy food from the "store" it is marked up 300% or more from what you would pay at Walmart.

 

and you can stay up to 5years in county Jail in FL waiting to go to trial...I was locked up with a cat that sat 4yrs 10 months and they dropped his charges. WTF?

 

If you have a private Lawyer vrs a Public Pretender you can get a whole different legal system. I should have spent 30yrs for my crime. It was a 1st degree felony with aggravating circumstances...What I did was on HD camera and 35+ witnesses.

 

Make no mistake the prison system in FL is a money making business... Thats why a few have gone private.

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As someone who spent two years in prison (Liberty CI, FL panhandle) I can tell you a few things about the system that many may or may not know.

 

Fun facts:

 

1) you can have sex with the female guards if you are decent looking and are "cleared" by medical.

 

2) If you have money you can get whatever you want...drugs..whatever...cell phone.

 

3) When you buy food from the "store" it is marked up 300% or more from what you would pay at Walmart.

 

and you can stay up to 5years in county Jail in FL waiting to go to trial...I was locked up with a cat that sat 4yrs 10 months and they dropped his charges. WTF?

 

If you have a private Lawyer vrs a Public Pretender you can get a whole different legal system. I should have spent 30yrs for my crime. It was a 1st degree felony with aggravating circumstances...What I did was on HD camera and 35+ witnesses.

 

Make no mistake the prison system in FL is a money making business... Thats why a few have gone private.

Florida seems like an odd state with odd people, that sounds messed up. My guess is the prison guards were not of the sports illustrated swimsuit edition types :).

I don't know you other then through your posts, but this just doesn't seem like you 99.

Hope things settle down for you and you stay under the radar.

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As someone who spent two years in prison (Liberty CI, FL panhandle) I can tell you a few things about the system that many may or may not know.

 

Fun facts:

 

1) you can have sex with the female guards if you are decent looking and are "cleared" by medical.

 

2) If you have money you can get whatever you want...drugs..whatever...cell phone.

 

3) When you buy food from the "store" it is marked up 300% or more from what you would pay at Walmart.

 

and you can stay up to 5years in county Jail in FL waiting to go to trial...I was locked up with a cat that sat 4yrs 10 months and they dropped his charges. WTF?

 

If you have a private Lawyer vrs a Public Pretender you can get a whole different legal system. I should have spent 30yrs for my crime. It was a 1st degree felony with aggravating circumstances...What I did was on HD camera and 35+ witnesses.

 

Make no mistake the prison system in FL is a money making business... Thats why a few have gone private.

 

 

Florida seems like an odd state with odd people, that sounds messed up. My guess is the prison guards were not of the sports illustrated swimsuit edition types :).

I don't know you other then through your posts, but this just doesn't seem like you 99.

Hope things settle down for you and you stay under the radar.

 

Aside from the length of time a defendant can remain in county facilities pending trial, which does vary by state, everything that 99 says absolutely applies to the prison system in general in every state in the country, with few exceptions. The "commissary", or "stores", are just one of many perks of the job of country sheriff, and in most counties across America, mine included, the sheriff retains all profits from the commissary, not to mention a cut of tax warrant collection, etc. Our county sheriff (Top 30 major metropolitan area) made in excess of $200K in 2011 per public record data, just from commissary sales alone, and more than $600K in total compensation. It's one of the most lucrative elected positions out there, and one of the most corrupt, for obvious reasons.

 

And most importantly, 99 hit the bull's eye on the public defender issue. If you ever contemplate becoming involved in anything legally questionable, the first line item on your business budget should be your legal defense fund. 99 wasn't kidding when he said that you get an ENTIRELY different legal system with a quality criminal defense attorney versus a PD. Lawyer up with a PD, and it's over before it began. Seriously.

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Florida seems like an odd state with odd people, that sounds messed up.

This is in regards to the injustice system people, not the whole state :) .

But it sounds like its not just Florida as Jewy mentions.

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$1.30 for a $0.05 pack of generic top ramen times 50k packs per week.....that's ballin and just one of many products offered by LA County. I think they're THE worst in the country.

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