Ravi sentenced in webcam case
has been sentenced
: 30 days in jail, 300 hours of community service, $10,000 to be given to some “anti-bias” group, and three years probation. Of course his lawyers will appeal; the whole thing should be thrown out. But considering that he could have been sentenced to prison for years in this monstrous persecution, 30 days in the county jail is a very light sentence.
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Jessica K. writes:
Posted by Lawrence Auster at May 21, 2012 05:53 PM | Send
“But considering that he could have been sentenced to prison for years in this monstrous persecution, 30 days in the county jail is a very light sentence.”
These are New Jersey county jails we’re talking about, some of the worst run and most violent in the nation. An average citizen ending up in one is like a lamb to the slaughter. Spending 30 days there for such a ridiculous “crime” can hardly be described as a “light sentence.” No, it’s not prison, but all the violent, ghetto sociopaths who end up in prison are usually housed in County as they await trial. Contrary to what most people think, county jails are far more dangerous than prisons as there’s less segregation of violent criminals. A white (or Asian) kid busted for a few grams of pot can find himself sharing a cell with seriously dangerous offenders.
Mr. Ravi is in for a dark month. I suspect he’ll be a different person at the end of it. A political prisoner of Leftist Run America, one of the first of many more to come.
A look at county jails.
In those places, you’re at the mercy of nearly psychotic black male prisoners and unsympathetic black female guards.