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Sunday, June 10, 2007

IWA For Sunday 061007

Hey folks,

It's SUNDAY, time for the IWA. There are quite a few people that I could pick this week. All involved in one of the biggest news stories of the week. No, not talking about the Immigration Bill failing. No not talking about, well, let’s fact it, there is no news more worthy. Right? To the Mass Media anyway. YES. I’m talking about the whole Paris Hilton mess.

Now I could award the Judge for giving her a "tough" sentence. But that is a bunch of bunk. She was caught three times drinking and diving. She is going to kill someone. I think he did not give her enough. So I’m not going to.

I could give it to Paris’s Mother, for allowing her daughter to grow up the way she did. For allowing her to turn into an out of control, spoiled little brat. Although she is an idiot for allowing this to happen, I’m not going to.

I could give it to Paris herself, for being an out of control, spoiled little brat. But I also understand that, although she IS FULLY RESPONSIBLE for her actions, this is the way she grew up. She has no clue to what reality is. So I’m not going to.

No folks, the award winner this week, is without a doubt, the Sheriff Lee Baca. Now I do not care what his excuse is. I just don’t. He DIRECTLY violated the Judge’s order that she NOT serve house arrest. According to CNN-Hilton tells lawyers: Don't appeal sentence.

When Sauer originally sentenced Hilton, he specified that she was not to serve her sentence on home detention

Three days later, not five by the way, she was sent home. He should be charged with contempt of court. But as I pointed out to you yesterday, he is STILL showing her favoritism. She is STILL not in jail, regardless of what you have heard. The whole screaming "Mommy, mommy" thing was just show.

According to According to the AP- Paris Hilton vows to serve jail sentence By ALEX VEIGA, Associated Press Writer

When she went to Twin Towers, Baca said he was placing Hilton in a "better facility for her condition, meaning one that has a more intense form of medical support." He said she'd be kept under close watch to ensure "that there isn't anything harmful done to herself by herself, which is a great concern to me."

Whitmore said she'll be there at least through Sunday.

Twin Towers is equipped to treat acute medical and mental health needs, although inmates in need of more serious attention are moved to a hospital. About 40 inmates are housed per floor, and most of the rooms are designed for one patient at a time.

Hilton is truly living the simple life, in a room Whitmore described as a little more than 100 square feet, with a toilet, sink and "a sliver of a window."

She is in a hospital folks. I do not care how you want to attempt to spin this. I would rather be in a hospital than in a jail.

What the hell is this whole ten percent thing anyway? This mess actually may turn out some good in the end. Right now it seems that the Sheriff has the right to override whatever the judge says. This technically makes the judge of no effect. If whatever the judge says can be over ridden by the Sheriff, then in essence, does this not make the Sheriff the judge and jury?

Remember I also pointed out this to you also last night from the LA Times -Tug-of-war over Hilton raises larger questions By Tami Abdollah and Megan Garvey, Times Staff WritersJune 9, 2007.

A Times investigation found that many of those released early since 2002 had felony convictions and a history of violence and gang activity. Sixteen men released early were later charged with committing murders when they should have still been behind bars, and at least seven have been convicted in those slayings.

Read that again,

A Times investigation found that many of those released early since 2002 had felony convictions and a history of violence and gang activity. Sixteen men released early were later charged with committing murders when they should have still been behind bars, and at least seven have been convicted in those slayings.

So perhaps, just perhaps, in the end of this whole mess, we will finally fix what can only be seen as a HUGH problem in the justice system. Maybe in a way we should thank Paris. By the way, why do you think maybe she is in a hospital? Could it be for the detox drugs and care that normal people do NOT get in jail? I don’t know.

But for thinking that you have the power to override a judge, just do whatever you want, and get away with showing favoritism to Miss Hilton, congratulations Sheriff Lee Baca, you ARE the Idiot of the Week. Not only do you deserve this award, but in my opinion, not only should you be fined and found in contempt of court, you should be fired. If you had any part in those that were released that took someone’s loved one away when they SHOULD have been in YOUR custody, you should be going to jail yourself.
Peter

Sources;
CNN-Hilton tells lawyers: Don't appeal sentence
AP -Paris Hilton won't appeal jail sentence
LA Times -Tug-of-war over Hilton raises larger questions

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

See my take on Paris Hilton at http://mytvmusings.com/2007/06/08/paris-hilton-strikes-again/

Peter said...

Welcome to the OPN,

Thanks for adding. I aggree with you on the fact that this sentence is a little on the light side.
Peter

irishgodfather said...

Poor little rich girl. If it was you or I Pete They'd have thrown away the key by now.
Bill