Discussion in 'Current Events' started by chanel, Oct 16, 2010.
Enter the ACLU in 3.... 2.... 1.....
I was thinking the same thing. However the kid is 18. He agreed to it.
I'm a yeah on this one.. but that's about all I have to say...
Funny looking kid!
Seems like a win/win. The store got free labor; the kid learned a lesson; and a lawyer for the kid would have cost his parents more than six hours of work.
He agreed to it, why not?
Judge orders thief to walk streets wearing confession sign for SIX years - Odds & Tidbits - People Forum
Judge orders thief to walk streets wearing confession sign for SIX years
A man who stole money from victims of crime has been ordered to stand on a busy city street with a sign saying he is a thief - every weekend for the next six years.
Daniel Mireles has been walking back and forth on Westheimer in Houston - in front of the Galleria shopping centre with a sign saying he is a thief.
In large capital letters, his sign reads: 'I am a thief. I stole $250,000 from the Harris County crime victim's fund. Daniel Mireles
he also has to have a sign on his house
Who was the judge in Tennessee that made the drunk driver carry a nice big framed photo of his victim everywhere he went? Anyone remember? It was a few years back.
I love alternative sentencing.
I do too. And think of the $$ saved by doing these kind of things.
It should be done more often imo.
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