Paraplegic Gets Life Under Three-Strikes Law

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#2
From the article
Because Robles was convicted of robbery, assault and drug crimes three times between 1988 and 1992, his case fell under California's three-strikes law. He is eligible for parole.

Robles, also known as Miguel Angel Corlione, was convicted of stealing a woman's driver's license, threatening to kill her if she went to police, and trying to steal a man's watch and shoes -- all using a toy gun in a 10-minute spree at a bus stop in La Puente last December.
Deserves to be off the streets if you ask me, paraplegic or not he's a dangerous criminal.
 
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The bastard broke the law. Plain and simple. Doesn't matter what his condition is. He knew what the consequences were, before he completed his crime. I'm not shedding a tear...
 
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Fair play, you play with fire, you deal with the consiquences. Especially considering that being in a wheelchair didn't stop him!

Cnut!

OS
 
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Oracle said:
blessed baby cakes said:
I just LOVE that law, can we have it here please?

Beebs :)
It's only a matter of time Beebs. Like everything else American imported into the sad little place.
This would be the ONE import I think we'd be glad to see come in, but wait, thinking, with the fuffed up laws we've seen introduced.....

8O

Beebs
 
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Ord_Sgt said:
From the article
Because Robles was convicted of robbery, assault and drug crimes three times between 1988 and 1992, his case fell under California's three-strikes law. He is eligible for parole.

Robles, also known as Miguel Angel Corlione, was convicted of stealing a woman's driver's license, threatening to kill her if she went to police, and trying to steal a man's watch and shoes -- all using a toy gun in a 10-minute spree at a bus stop in La Puente last December.
Deserves to be off the streets if you ask me, paraplegic or not he's a dangerous criminal.
Awww, bless him.

You lot can be so hard on people, he was probably just expressing his frustration at being wheelchair bound.
Put yourself in his shoes for a while.........er.......I mean....put yourself in his chair for a while and see how you like it :?
 
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What really freaked me out was how determined this sumb!tch was to get in some trouble. He would have been twice as efficient at it with his legs intact.

There has been the odd problem with the three-strikes law....but this industrious little cnut is the poster child for why it's there in the first place! 8O
 
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When he gets to prison, do you think he'll be a Giver or a Taker? :)

I have this rather forlorn vision of him bent over his own wheelchair with his wrists Tie-wrapped to the hubs, all puckered up and standing by to receive... :)
 
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Maybe he was looking for free food and accommodation for life. What pension does he get?
 
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offog said:
Maybe he was looking for free food and accommodation for life. What pension does he get?
be a bit restricted lifestyle
 
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Oracle said:
3 strikes and you're out - so that would mean that if you insulted 3 police horses, then it's life for you matey.
They have to be felonies, in in some states they have to be specific types of felonies, drugs, murder, robbery, etc...
 
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bernoulli said:
When he gets to prison, do you think he'll be a Giver or a Taker? :)

I have this rather forlorn vision of him bent over his own wheelchair with his wrists Tie-wrapped to the hubs, all puckered up and standing by to receive... :)
the prison population will make a special tipper so when they feel like a shag they just flip the wheelchair over and penetrate through the hole on the bottom of the seat, he will be very popular !!
 

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