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In Caddy District Court, he pleaded guilty. The judge sentenced him to Mi years in prison for
that degree robbery.
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User avatar #16 - DmaverickLC (06/25/2011) [+] (22 replies)
To everybody hatin on the police, the man that stole the 3 billion may have paid his way out, and the homeless man probably chose the 15 year sentence so he can get medical attention and have a place to sleep and eat
#144 - RACECAR (06/25/2011) [+] (3 replies)
Justice has been served.
#662 - TheManagement (06/25/2011) [-]
suddenly everyone on funnyjunk isn't racist.
#61 - improbablyyourdad (06/25/2011) [+] (1 reply)
poor guy he didn't deserve 15 years
#554 - clevername (06/25/2011) [+] (4 replies)
actually if i was a homeless person, i would love to go to prison.
a place to say
3 square meals a day
people to talk to
#238 - pokemonarereal (06/25/2011) [-]
homeless guy's face
#140 - jhesketh (06/25/2011) [+] (1 reply)
What the **** world?
User avatar #493 - izaya ONLINE (06/25/2011) [-]
I may sound harsh but I think prison will be a good thing to him, at least he will get his food and warm clothes...
#430 - nervehammer (06/25/2011) [+] (6 replies)
look at this way, the homeless guy gets 3 square meals a day and a roof over his head :D
User avatar #567 - SonofChuck ONLINE (06/25/2011) [+] (2 replies)
Sometimes I truly hate the legal system here. Did you guys know that here in Orlando it's illegal to give a homeless person food! FOOD for Christs sake! They expect us to look at a person who's starving and deny them food!
#549 - schnitzelmania (06/25/2011) [-]
mom drop the tv and come and see this! dads on the internet!
#456 - mr skeltal (06/25/2011) [+] (2 replies)
i think the homeless guy was better off because now he gets a free place to sleep free food etc. but it is ******** that this happened
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User avatar #598 - whereistherumgone (06/25/2011) [+] (3 replies)
It sounds harsh but he'll probably do better off in prison with regular food and shelter than being left on the streets.
#196 - mr skeltal (06/25/2011) [+] (2 replies)
Judge gave him 15 years cause that's 15 years of free food and bed for him..
User avatar #74 - lolzan (06/25/2011) [+] (1 reply)
I find that positive. He has gotten himself a home, shelter, food, shower and so on. it may still be dangerous, but not more dangerous than on the street if he keeps with the right people.
#68 - mr skeltal (06/25/2011) [+] (2 replies)
You know, the homeless guy is most probably glad he has a home now. I think the judge sentenced him to 15 years purposely to give him a home.

This is somewhat often practiced in my country by homeless people to get home in prison (surrendering to crimes they did not commit).
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