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Verizon robber gets life, no parole

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     In front of a courtroom without a single family member in attendance, Ulysses Williams, 28, was sentenced to life without parole as a result of his involvement in an armed robbery at a Jasper Verizon store last October.

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Adios Muchacho!
-1 #1 Adios Muchacho! 2016-05-13 07:03
Great work all around! Great law enforcement response and investigation, great prosecuting (clearly, what with the guilty verdict), and great judicial sentencing (Frank Mills is awesome!). One less dirtbag on the streets.
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pinto colvig
-3 #2 pinto colvig 2016-05-16 15:15
Life without parole for a robbery??? File this one under the category "how to reward profit seeking campaign donors from the prison industrial complex"
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Adios Muchacho!
+1 #3 Adios Muchacho! 2016-05-17 14:17
If you people would read the entire story, this dirtbag was a two or three (or more) time recidivist. Look that up in a dictionary! Judge Mills HAD to give the maximum because this dirtbag already had multiple felony convictions. Geez, people! pay $.50 and get the whole story before you make ignorant comments!
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pinto colvig
-4 #4 pinto colvig 2016-05-18 20:23
Quoting Adios Muchacho!:
If you people would read the entire story, this dirtbag was a two or three (or more) time recidivist. Look that up in a dictionary! Judge Mills HAD to give the maximum because this dirtbag already had multiple felony convictions. Geez, people! pay $.50 and get the whole story before you make ignorant comments!



And you don't think whatever law requires the judge to give the maximum sentence to repeat offenders was bought and paid for by the prison industrial complex, which relies on longer sentences and more inmates to make increasing profits? Wake up, Muchacho!
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