23 January 2004

Bill Janklow, the reckless driving rethuglican House representative from South Dakota, has been .:sentenced:.

He received a whopping 100 days in jail, and three years probation, for running a stop sign and killing a motorcyclist in August of 2003. He'll be able to leave jail ocassionally after only 30 days to complete community service projects.

A man has 13 prior moving violations, and after he finally kills someone, the judge decides his value to society is so great, it can only survive without the killer's presence for a mere 30 days. Who said justice was blind?

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