So he's intellectually challenged,he has mental issues,I feel sorry for him,but,what about the rest of the population,who have to put up with his impulses?He can drive a car,break into homes and steal,to impress his girlfriend,he's more criminal than stupid.There are lots of mentally challenged people working in this town,who are doing a wonderful job,and so proud of what they do,and are so courteous and respectful.He needs constant supervision,or else he's going to do something terrible,to some innocent person,what then?
Posted: 7/7/2012 3:10:29 PM
I KNO JUSTIN PERSONALLY. I KNO THAT HE HAS MENTAL ISSUES. HES BEEN IN FOSTER CARE FROM ALMOST DAY ONE. THEY THREW HIM OUTTA THE WATERFORD. HE SHOULD BE IN THERE FOR GOOD. HE HAS NO SELF CONTROL. HE NEEDS GUIDANCE IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION. PUTTIN HIM IN JAIL IS NOT GONNA PROVE ANYTHING. HE NEEDS ONE ON ONE MENTAL THERAPY FOR THE REST OF HIS LIFE. U WOULD NOT BELIEVE HOW SWEET AND NICE THIS YOUNG MAN IS. BUT.....HE NEEDS HELP. SERIOUSLEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. ITS A SIN JAILS NOT GONNA DO ANYTHING. MENTAL DISORDER IS WAT HE HAS. I THINK THAT THIS SITUATUION IS F'ED UP FOR THE JUDGE TO DO WAHT HE DID
Posted: 7/6/2012 4:53:51 PM
Judge Dread :
He needs to be in the Waterford,Oh wait!! Waterford cant handle anything that makes them work or requires any effort on their part.They forget what that place was built for.
Posted: 7/6/2012 4:38:03 PM
This man needs help. He has mental problems. Unless he gets help he will not change. Unfortunately he will hurt someone sooner or later.
Posted: 7/6/2012 12:10:11 PM
"Pen not fit"... that is a true deterrent or at least should be. There is no way the bleeding hearts should open their mouths about rights of prisoners who have violated the rights of their victims. The worse it is the better.
Posted: 7/6/2012 10:23:46 AM
The man is mentally ill and probably doesn't know any better, so I can't see how jail time is gonna help him get better. He already spent 3 years in the Waterford. The health care system threw all these sick people out of the Waterford Hospital years ago where they could get help and now they end up in jail. Doesn't seem right.
Posted: 7/6/2012 9:53:17 AM
Once again our justice system has failed. you think the justice system would start realizing what a failure they really are. clearly the judges are too weak for their jobs. 9 months for what this man did. I guess murder would be 10 months? something has to be done but never will. good luck criminals keep doing what you're doing.
Posted: 7/6/2012 9:35:53 AM
If you can't stand the Pen then don't break the law and you won't end up there AGAIN...... Not the brightest bannana on the tree are you....
Posted: 7/6/2012 9:21:39 AM
Wayne P :
my oh my. Time for a stand people. Time to march to whatever hill it takes to make those who are able to change laws governing sentences to change them. It's gone beyond ridiculous. I especially like the one year driving ban on a guy who has impulse control problems and figures people are chasing him. He's just as likely to run someone over at a cross-walk on purpose because they looked at him in a conspicuous manner. The innocent bear the weight of the guilty again.
Posted: 7/6/2012 9:11:00 AM
Legally Brunette :
So he gets 9 months, which doesn't surprise me with our justice system....but there are clearly some mental issues here.....so is there anything going to happen in terms of counselling? If this behaviour is all the man knows, we can't expect him to be changed after spending time at the pen where the behaviour, I'm sure, is no better. I think there needs to be a look at other issues here and try to help those issues as well.
Posted: 7/6/2012 8:41:58 AM
The pen is not fit for anyone is it well put him there for a couple of years and see if he will learn then.What a joke the justice system is here.Need to start getting stricter with these bunch.
Posted: 7/6/2012 8:10:58 AM
Wow, nine months. Why didn't the judge put the guy over his/her lap a wake him on his bottom. What a joke!!!