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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
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#1
thts what u think is stupid about the atricle :?
suspended#2
You think that's bad? how about 10,000 years in Jail?

The longest jail sentence passed was in the United States - 10,000 years for a triple murder. Dudley Wayne Kyzer was jailed for 10,000 years by a court in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, in 1981 for murdering his wife. He was then sentenced to two life terms for murdering his mother-in-law and a college student.

In 1994 Oklahoma rapist Darron Bennalford Anderson received a 2,200-year jail sentence. When he appealed and won a new trial, he was convicted again and resentenced to more than 90 additional centuries behind bars - including 4,000 years each for rape and sodomy, 1,750 years for kidnapping, 1,000 years for burglary and robbery, and 500 years for grand larceny.

In July 1997, the state Court of Criminal Appeals held that the grand larceny charge was double jeopardy on the robbery conviction and thus dismissed it. So the court cut Anderson's sentence by 500 years, speeding up his release date to the year 12,744!
#3
I dont understand

Is this an american thing LOL

150 earth years is outragous, id expected atleast 50 moon years. Judge got that 1 wrong
#4
The Judge isn't a muppet, those that passed the legislation may well be.;-)

When did anyone hear of anybody living for 150 years anyway?:)
#5
Inactive
The Judge isn't a muppet, those that passed the legislation may well be.;-)

When did anyone hear of anybody living for 150 years anyway?:)



Have you read the Bible?
#6
Galacid
Have you read the Bible?


I was talking the real world, not fairy tales.
#7
the "earth years" statement is purely a joke by the bitterwallet writer.

if you follow the link from bitterwallet to the huffington post you will see that "earth years" was never mentioned. a search on google shows the judge appears not to have used the term ever either.

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