..depends on how long it would take to find people I'm suppose to pay off
Only 13 years? Kid stuff! We should send Dollar Bill to Sheriff Joe’s jail instead. It would be the longest 13-year sentence ever, hee hee.
That’s a good point. Were it you or I, I doubt a judge would let us out to attend our own mother’s funeral, much less someone unrelated and half a country away.
Then again, you and I probably would never commit 11 felonies, either.
Mr Payne several years ago came up with a brilliant solution for teen car thief when it was the highest in the nation (Newark).....as punishment he would make the sixteen year old’s wait until they were 21 to be able to get a license...tough eh? (moron)
Interesting that they’re allowing him to attend the funeral of a non-relative. I realize it’s the Feds, but when I worked in NY State Corrections, an inmate could only request a sick bed visit or funeral attendance if it was an immediate family member. And it wasn’t guaranteed that he/she’d be allowed the visit. The inmate would be escorted by two uniformed officers. I doubt this is standard practice in the Federal system, and by letting him go to the funeral of a friend, they may be opening up a can of worms. If they do it for him, what’s going to stop anyone else from requesting the same privilege? I wonder how much money this is going to cost the taxpayers.
I’m surprised I didn’t hear Payne had died.