Greeneville man gets 11 years in pris...

Greeneville man gets 11 years in prison in child porn case

There are 11 comments on the WATE-TV Knoxville story from Sep 1, 2011, titled Greeneville man gets 11 years in prison in child porn case. In it, WATE-TV Knoxville reports that:

An East Tennessee man has been sentenced to 11 years in prison for distributing child pornography after an investigation that stretched from the Smoky Mountains to Canada.

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“Just me.......”

Since: Jul 11

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#2 Sep 2, 2011
Greene Goblin wrote:
He will do 3-5, parole out, then move in beside you. If anyone needs their name smeared across Topix, it is people like this.
Who is he? Gotta let the smearers know who to smear.
The Smearer

Johnson City, TN

#3 Sep 3, 2011
Who is this b*tch?
Flip Side

Fort Campbell, TN

#4 Sep 3, 2011
Greene Goblin wrote:
He will do 3-5, parole out, then move in beside you. If anyone needs their name smeared across Topix, it is people like this.
This guy was from NEWPORT....a/k/a COCKE County!....not Greene County! Also, given that he is in FEDERAL CUSTODY....there is no such thing as being able to "parole out". He will likely serve very close to 11 years.
Flip Side

Fort Campbell, TN

#6 Sep 3, 2011
Greene Goblin wrote:
Ok, exactly what judicial system have you studied lately friend? What keeps him from being eligible for parole? Being in a federal prison does this? Hmmm..
The judicial system I studied is that which is governed by the United States Constitution. The United States Congress abolished Federal Parole in 1984. As in MOST state Courts, the Federal Sentencing Guidelines allow for "good time credits". I could elaborate; however, I believe you lack the intellect, dearest Goblin, to understand it! YOU ARE MISTAKEN IN YOUR BELIEF THAT YOU KNOW EVERYTHING! THIS IS YET ONE MORE TOPIX EXAMPLE OF SAME! FO now lil Greene one!
Teehee

Johnson City, TN

#7 Sep 4, 2011
One by one, people who are truly experts in their field are putting GG in his place. Way to go Flip Side.
Native

Kingston Springs, TN

#8 Sep 4, 2011
It's my understanding that federal time pretty much counts a day for a day. If a person gets sentenced to federal time they have to pull most, if not all of it.

“Just me.......”

Since: Jul 11

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#9 Sep 4, 2011
According to the law, there is no parole for federal offenses. But, if a person behaves while incarcerated, they can recieve 15% off of each year they serve.

“Just me.......”

Since: Jul 11

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#11 Sep 4, 2011
I wasn't responding to you, Goblin. I was responding to who said they would do day for day. Sorry for the misunderstanding.
Provenfact

Elizabethton, TN

#13 Sep 4, 2011
Flip Side wrote:
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This guy was from NEWPORT....a/k/a COCKE County!....not Greene County! Also, given that he is in FEDERAL CUSTODY....there is no such thing as being able to "parole out". He will likely serve very close to 11 years.
Federal inmates only have to serve 80% of their time before being eligible for parole. State inmates only have to serve 30% of their time before being eligible for parole. That being said (and proven), federal inmates do have to opportunity to parole out they just have to serve more time than the state inmate. If you dont believe me go to the federal courthouse and sit in on some cases, or contact a federal attorney and they will be able to tell you the same thing (if its even that serious). Hope this helps (:
ouch

Madison, TN

#14 Sep 8, 2011
if its like anything else in the justice system these days they just kinda make it up as they go. oh well this prison is crowded. lets let the ppl that didnt kill someone out and say they were good even tho they were in solitary so no one killed them. just an example of possiblities. nothing i said is meant to be a fact. they do however make laws to be able to bend laws. such as they cannont charge u with public intoxication as a passenger in a vehicle but they can say thay have just cause to search it and make u get out and then charge u with it. easy. a law to let them bend other laws to better server the police dept even if the drunk person is doing the right thing by having a sober person drive them home as the campaigns suggest.
sicksicksick

Denver, NC

#15 Sep 18, 2011
He needs to be put under the jail

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