Detroiters voice disappointment in Kw...

Detroiters voice disappointment in Kwame Kilpatrick

There are 15 comments on the Detroit Free Press story from Oct 10, 2013, titled Detroiters voice disappointment in Kwame Kilpatrick. In it, Detroit Free Press reports that:

Michael Dobson of Detroit , says he had high hopes for former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick.

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Kid Rock

Charlotte, NC

#1 Oct 12, 2013
Kwame gonna be a role model now. He gonna be a MODEL prisoner because otherwise his fat ass be in solitary confinement!
Pete

Livonia, MI

#2 Oct 12, 2013
Well, Kwame has had a bit of practice already at the prison life so it won't be new. But 28 years is really a life sentence in terms of family and career. It's over. He will be in his 60's when he gets out. The lazy prison life for an obese African American can spell diabetes and pesky symptoms like loss of limbs and blindness. He becomes an alien, a zombie going from place to place as ordered. I'm not anxious to read any books he writes, but that's one avenue for him. We should be done hearing about him unless he breaks out or smuggles cookies like OJ did recently.
Brian Adam

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Oct 13, 2013
Well put, Pete. Since there is only miniscule parole in our federal prison system and as you already so eruditely pointed out the risks of a sedentary lifestyle in a federal penitentiary, chances are he's a goner. Now our best hope is that he will f#@king die quietly same as that worthless, murderous, HOF runningback and double murderer. F#% both of those jigs. Oh and tort reform all the way
Corrector

Ferndale, MI

#4 Oct 13, 2013
Pete wrote:
Well, Kwame has had a bit of practice already at the prison life so it won't be new. But 28 years is really a life sentence in terms of family and career. It's over. He will be in his 60's when he gets out.
He'll be 71.
Pete the corrector correc

Livonia, MI

#5 Oct 13, 2013
Corrector wrote:
<quoted text>
He'll be 71.
Kwame is 43 now. His sentence is 28 years projected to serve 23. Therefore, he would be 66 when released.
AND JUSTICE FOR ALL

Asheville, NC

#6 Oct 13, 2013
Pete the corrector correc wrote:
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Kwame is 43 now. His sentence is 28 years projected to serve 23. Therefore, he would be 66 when released.
Let's not quibble about how old he'll be when he gets out,
let's just hope the creep DIES before he gets out.
He's as worthless as worthless can be...lower than
pond scum.
Good riddance to bad rubbish, no matter how he goes.
JUST GO KWAME !!!
If I'm still around and hear the good news of his
demise, I'll be dancing in the street, celebrating.
Same with OJ.
Corrector

Ferndale, MI

#7 Oct 13, 2013
Pete the corrector correc wrote:
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Kwame is 43 now. His sentence is 28 years projected to serve 23. Therefore, he would be 66 when released.
...and where does this projection of 23 partake? This is a federal case. He will not receive parole or any type of early leave for good behavior. That's done on the state level and very RARELY on the federal level. His past jail time prior to his sentence of 28 were for his probation violation and not related to this case. Therefore, no credit for time served. Yes, he is 43 and in 28 years, he will be 71.
Pete the corrector correc

Livonia, MI

#8 Oct 13, 2013
Corrector wrote:
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...and where does this projection of 23 partake? This is a federal case. He will not receive parole or any type of early leave for good behavior. That's done on the state level and very RARELY on the federal level. His past jail time prior to his sentence of 28 were for his probation violation and not related to this case. Therefore, no credit for time served. Yes, he is 43 and in 28 years, he will be 71.
This is what analysts plus Barbara L. Mcquade confirm. This includes 54 days per year good time plus time already served. The sentence could end up to as little as 22 years from today depending upon behavior. You can find this calculation in many news articles. It generally comports to 85% of the actual sentence. News agencies like to highlight the maximum of everything so they say he would serve until 71 IF HE SERVED THE ENTIRE SENTENCE, which almost NEVER happens.
Pete the corrector correc

Livonia, MI

#9 Oct 13, 2013
Corrector wrote:
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...and where does this projection of 23 partake? This is a federal case. He will not receive parole or any type of early leave for good behavior. That's done on the state level and very RARELY on the federal level. His past jail time prior to his sentence of 28 were for his probation violation and not related to this case. Therefore, no credit for time served. Yes, he is 43 and in 28 years, he will be 71.
Forget parole. It does not apply in the fed system. But do not be confused with what does exist in the fed system. That is "good time."

From the prison fellowship:
" By Steve Rempe | Posted February 25, 2013

A current practice in the federal prison system is to allow inmates to accrue “good time” credit for model behavior during their incarceration. Prisoners can receive up to 54 days* a year for avoiding disciplinary issues during their time behind bars, which can then be removed from the end of their sentence. The concept is three-fold: prisons would be able to reduce behavioral incidents among the prisoners, encourage progress toward obtaining a high school diploma or GED, while reducing the prison population by allowing those inmates who are ostensibly lower risks for recidivism to return to civilian life.

This is just silly thinking on your part. I should not have to present common facts because you have been swayed by press releases that stress unrealistic possible high numbers. Even those same articles direct you to the truth if you read the full article and not glom on to what suits your fancy in the first paragraph.
J Leyland

Hazel Park, MI

#11 Oct 22, 2013
Judge Dredd wrote:
Kwame will be getting a 28 year butt poking
There's pitchers and catchers. Everybody can't be a catcher and everybody can't be a pitcher.
jermasa

Troy, MI

#14 Jun 12, 2014
kk is a pitcher
no one gonna be tappin his butt-hole-e-o
Terry

Troy, MI

#15 Aug 5, 2014
He'll try to get out early by complaining of health issue.
That whole family is a bunch of whiners and entitlement freaks.
retro bush

Troy, MI

#16 Oct 1, 2014
Terry wrote:
He'll try to get out early by complaining of health issue.
That whole family is a bunch of whiners and entitlement freaks.
TRUTH
B Mcquade

Dallas, TX

#17 Oct 1, 2014
The old ones be dying off by the end of his sentence.
Can the twins stay clean long enough to see pop without trading places?
Terry

Troy, MI

#18 Oct 2, 2014
B Mcquade wrote:
The old ones be dying off by the end of his sentence.
Can the twins stay clean long enough to see pop without trading places?
NO. It's in their blodd and rotten parenting.

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