As shameful as robbing from a dead man is, I can't help but wonder if his sentence will be influenced by who it was he robbed. He absolutely deserves a punishment, I just hope it's not harsher than what he would have received if he had robbed an average Joe.
Why didn't he take that statue? Sheesh.
I agree with your point but it most certainly will be an influence on his case. Then again it's hard to steal $60,000 worth of stuff from an average Joe, bar car theft.
"You can't just ask customers what they want and then try to give that to
them. By the time you get it built, they'll want something new."
I wonder what constitutes the 'excessive taking of property' enhancement. Personally, I believe anyone caught doing residential burglary needs to serve 25-to-life.
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I have no pity for a thief.
Throw the key away for all I care.
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
This is funny. People are just so lazy and picky now adays and cant seem to get their butts up out the couch and work. Always looking for easy money
I don't know why but that statue just kinda freaks me out! Anyway stealing from a dead man is about as low as it goes that is most definitely for sure. It is not even like the money of it matters it is just a rather sad testimony to the levels people will go to.
7 years in DOC is not enough. I font care who the victim is. You don't enter someone else's home and take their property. What is it about thiefs and people who drive under the include that just pisses me off. Throw the book at this worthless good for nothing.
Rofl, touche insidesin, touche.
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