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To: Joiseydude
Just before release, a pretrial-services official explained to Modeste, who suffers from mental illnesses, the rules of home confinement...

Modeste knows he won't have to stay much longer. His next hearing is scheduled for May 11. That's when prosecutors are expected to drop the murder charges against him, allowing him to go free without restrictions.

If he is released for good, Modeste said he plans to move to Virginia.

"When I get out of this, I will be able to carry a licensed firearm, and I will do that at that point and I will feel safer," he said.

If this guy has ever been involuntarily committed he won't be getting a CHL in VA.

3 posted on 05/01/2009 6:18:34 AM PDT by gieriscm (07 FFL / 02 SOT - www.extremefirepower.com)
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To: gieriscm

“Suffers from mental illness”, but knows that there may be some people not happy with him for killing family members. What are we missing? Is that a tactic to prevent prosecution? What is the “illness” and what treatment has been rendered?
Kaliforni won’t release those sensitive medical records, so its likely he will get his CHL.

It’s a lot like HI and COB’s from other countries. You know a real non-issue.


4 posted on 05/01/2009 6:37:07 AM PDT by Steamburg ( Your wallet speaks the only language most politicians understand.)
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