-recently moved into their neighborhood
Some of y'all need to take off your purple and gold glasses.
He has had multiple incidents while in prison where he repeatedly tried to put his weenie on female guards.
this dude is a sexual deviant
quote:No, he didn't. He has never served a day in prison for the crimes he committed in Louisiana. He was sentenced to probation for those crimes, and he violated it. Florida sentenced him to 13 years for being convicted of a felony for the third time in his life. Lots of three time losers get serious jail time, Cecil was no different. Now he might, might have to serve a bit of time for violating his Louisiana probation, which means it is time he realistically might have had to serve in the first place, but didn't because he was shown mercy for his first and second offenses.
and he served the entirety of a 13 year sentence for that in prison.
quote:No, they don't. He was sentenced to time in the first place that he HAS NEVER SERVED. In exchange for not serving that time, he agreed to obey the rules of his probation. He didn't, so not they are considering making him serve that time he got out of serving in the first place. It's not that complicated, and it certainly is no injustice.
The issue is they want to extend his time
quote:Yes, they did. What those people are forgetting though is that receiving a heavier sentence as a repeat offender is not the same as serving time for the original offense. If he had served 5 years for those two LA convictions before committing the FL offense, they still would have been factored into his FL sentence as prior convictions. That's the same thing they are considering doing now except that he would be serving the time for those first two offenses now instead of before the FL time.
1) the LA convictions factored into the13 year sentence in FL