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PA: Parole agents arrested sex offender 39 minutes too soon, court rules

If state parole agents had waited another 40 minutes to apprehend fleeing sex offender ____ ____, he wouldn’t have just beat a 46-month to 10-year prison sentence. Full Article

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  1. AlexO

    He beat the system on a technicality. Good for him.

    • Harry

      However, all the other bad guys, that done other than sex crimes do not have worry about registry requirements.

  2. Nicholas Maietta

    HAHA! A kick to the parole agent’s proverbial pants.

    He’ll be arrested soon again, this time for a “probation violation” for something completely made up. But at least he got to get his kick in. That must have felt awesome to do. ūüôā

  3. Paul 2

    Do people see the absurdity of the time they hand out for non compliance. Think about it, they hand out 2yrs for the crime, and 10yrs for defying their control with registration, shows they care more about their egos than the victims. Maybe if they put more effort into prevention, like therapy for people when they are young, instead of political persecution for votes, then we would see an actual decline, Instead, they add to it.

  4. CR

    “Maybe if they put more effort into prevention, like therapy for people when they are young …”

    There is good therapy and bad therapy. Good therapy can benefit anyone, regardless of age. Why limit therapy to those who are young?

    Sorry, but I just don’t understand comments like yours. Do you think that people who are not young cannot regret the choices they made, and be determined not to repeat them?

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