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  • Sixthscent
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    "Indicted as part of a meth distribution system in Mississippi, her rich relatives got her case transferred to California, and kept her from being detained, as she would have undoubtedly been in Missississippi where viewpoints on drug dealing are a little harsher than in California"

    Amen! Here we are still a bit behind time (Thank goodness). When it comes to drugs in our town, the people has the same attitude as the commerical for PACE picanta sauce- "Get a rope!"

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  • leeza
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    Originally posted by texaschickeee View Post
    Well...
    the judge is ****ed,a dn so was the prosicuter. He called for the Sherif to be in contempt..Judge agreed as he stated "no house arrest for Ms. Hilton".
    New court appointment this morning. first a cop was to transport her now its via phone.

    May sahe go back and do ALL 45 DAYS.
    Adn yes, she is trailer trash. (well trash period)
    You seem a bit more tipsy than miss Hilton herself judging by your typo to non-typo ratio .

    Someone make her walk the line!

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    These celebrities and their families can be their own worst enemies. Some of them need some cool off time.

    People who may have seen the B-list movie "Domino" about Domino Harvey, the daughter of the actor Lawrence Harvey may not have heard how she ended up.

    Indicted as part of a meth distribution system in Mississippi, her rich relatives got her case transferred to California, and kept her from being detained, as she would have undoubtedly been in Missississippi where viewpoints on drug dealing are a little harsher than in California.

    The end result was she overdosed on drugs a few weeks later and died, a victim of her and her family's influence with a celebrity infatuated Los Angeles judiciary.

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  • airbornefergie
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    Now the judge sent her back for the full 45 not the 23 anymore, this is awesome. Thinks shes getting out, boom, go back for even longer, lol.

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  • fair witness
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    This whole thing is just terribly sad. It becomes obvious how she turned out so f'd up. Nobody around her gives a crap for ANY values at all or they would've told her to get a spine and read a good book, not rushed a fancy headshrinker to her side.

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  • ftlaudcop
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    wonder if they gave her back the same granny panties or cause she so special she can keep her versace string thong thing...
    Last edited by ftlaudcop; 06-08-2007, 02:55 PM. Reason: misspell

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  • pulicords
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    Originally posted by Fëanor View Post
    Have some faith in her, you guys. I am reasonably sure she will get arrested again for being drunk or on drugs and doing something stupid.

    Hopefully not, though. Hopefully she will straighten up. But I doubt it.
    The only thing that's going to straighten this spoiled brat is some real jail time. Staying at home and being behind the "bar" in the game room is different from being behind bars in Century Jail. The next time she gets arrested for DUI could be after a serious injury or fatal T/C and I don't think the public deserves being placed at risk from a known offender who obviously thinks laws don't apply to her. The only way she's going to grow up is if the system does something her family obviously isn't capable of doing- applying some discipline!

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  • Sunny71
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    Originally posted by LeanG View Post
    Who cares??? Its not the first time an offender was released early. This is a big deal because her name is Paris, nothing else. Offenders get released early on misdemeanors all the time.
    This may be true and had they left it at that people probably wouldn't be so offended. It's the fact that they're trying to use her "condition" to justify her early release. That just reeks of BS and at that point it has to be preferential treatment.

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  • willowdared
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    Originally posted by LeanG View Post
    Who cares??? Its not the first time an offender was released early. This is a big deal because her name is Paris, nothing else. Offenders get released early on misdemeanors all the time.
    Well said. Some California jails are so over-crowded, they don't take misdemeanors at all.

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  • Sunny71
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    This definitely reflects negatively on this so-called free and just nation. So much of our politics already seem slanted toward the rich, but I think we all liked to think that no one was above the law.

    This obviously isn't the only instance. One that has always ****ed me off involved a football player who ran over and killed two men in Dallas -- I don't think he received any sort of punishment. And there are so many other examples.

    The difference with this case, I think, is that she was actually found guilty and sentenced.

    We would all probably have a break down if we went to jail, and our professions and livelihoods would most certainly be effected. This will have no effect on her or her so-called career.

    Though, I hope the media realizes that they should stop celebrating these people. The media elevates them to this status. I honestly don't think regular people give a damn about a Paris Hilton. Used to be you'd have to watch Access Hollywood or E! but now all of the so-called news channels function as tabloids.

    It's the same kind of sensationalism and hype that surrounded Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck. Nobody cared and the media didn't realize that until their stupid movie bombed. Anyways, I digress. But, I think the media is at fault and I foresee them trying their best not to hurt Paris' reputation, despite the public's outrage.

    Already, CNN is stating that she was jailed for 5 days, while yesterday I heard one commenter, I think Anderson, say she was in there for less than 72 hours.



    I posted the screenshot just in case they try to change that later. :-)

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  • LeanG
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    Who cares??? Its not the first time an offender was released early. This is a big deal because her name is Paris, nothing else. Offenders get released early on misdemeanors all the time.

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  • Fëanor
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    Have some faith in her, you guys. I am reasonably sure she will get arrested again for being drunk or on drugs and doing something stupid.

    Hopefully not, though. Hopefully she will straighten up. But I doubt it.

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  • texaschickeee
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    Actully she started getting special treatment when she was told when to reort to jail for her revoke.

    In Harris county, she would have been taken RIGHT THEN asher hearing ended, cuffed and booked. Mother would ahve gotten some type of fine since she smarted off in the court BEFORE it was ended.

    Then she had "mental isues" and released....right, just like all these other nut jobs are going to be released with the montier. I'm personally hping that she gets to do all 45 days now and have some comunity service.
    on the other side, its expensive to keep her safe, and keep people away with photo phones for the outrages amount of money they want for a shot of her in jail/jumpsuit.

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  • JPatrick
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    In my dream world, this will backfire. Paris will get called back into court and we will find out that she was just putting on an act to get out of jail. She will get resentenced to even more jail time.

    Yes, and then there is always the chance her probation could get revoked.

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  • Fëanor
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    Originally posted by grog18b View Post
    Guess they didn't want the whole jail getting crabs?
    See? I knew there was a legitimate reason for her release

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