Skip to comments.Two Philadelphia women sentenced for running down bar patrons
Posted on 02/17/2012 1:40:57 PM PST by george76
Sharonda Cheeves and Jesslyn Williams got into trouble because they were drunk and disorderly, got ejected from a North Philadelphia nightclub, and just wouldn't go home.
On Thursday, they couldn't go home. Cheeves, 24, and Williams, 23, were each sentenced to multiyear prison terms for hitting six people - killing one - as they circled Club Motivation four times in their Chevrolet Monte Carlo on Sept. 4, 2010, picking off patrons on the sidewalk.
"I know you don't know me, so you don't know that's not who I am," a weeping Williams told Kadella Davis, who as "Mama Breakfast" hosted a weekly dance party for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people at the club.
Judge Benjamin Lerner sentenced Cheeves - who was driving when the car hit and killed 27-year-old Alisha Moore - to four to eight years in prison and a $1,000 fine. Cheeves will be on two years of probation when released. Williams, who got out of the car before its fourth and fatal lap around the bar, was sentenced to two to four years in prison and three years of probation, and fined $2,000.
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You don't get to look like those mugshots without priors of some sort...
Come on, it’s Philadelphia. Minimum sentence guidelines only apply to Whites in Philadelphia. It’s called Restorative Justice.
In Philadelphia they have reduced the reported murder rate by not including murders committed by those under 18. The gangs learned a long time ago to put the guns in the hands of the juvenile members because the sentence would be so light. It’s just how things are done in Philadelphia.
I read that Moslems learned the same thing and have the teenagers in their families do the honor killings...
So “Mama Breakfast” got two to four for running down obuma voters. I guess slaves aren’t worth that much as back in 1860.
“Four to eight for murder? Hopefully I’m missing something here?
Maybe the judge that handed down the sentence is a queer and is just following Eric Holder’s example of protecting his/her “people”.
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