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Since: Feb 09

Chester, IL

#1 Jun 10, 2009
Does anyone know when he will be released?
GreenWave

United States

#2 Jun 19, 2009
Anyone have any info or news?
MaybeBaby

Powhatan, LA

#3 Jun 22, 2009
Haven't heard anything lately
mad at muhlenberg

Greenville, KY

#4 Jun 25, 2009
has anyone heard about micheal jackson dieing today.6/25/09
Carl

United States

#5 Jun 25, 2009
mad at muhlenberg wrote:
has anyone heard about micheal jackson dieing today.6/25/09
WHAT IN THE HELL HAS THAT GOT ANYTHING TO DO WITH YOUNTS ???

Since: May 09

Owensboro, KY

#6 Jun 27, 2009
LOL yes we all know jackson died no more jackson five but what the crap that has nothing to do with yonts
however i do know just cause he hit a woman he shouldn't stay this long there
Jessie

United States

#7 Jun 27, 2009
Yep...still dead
Jessie

United States

#8 Jun 27, 2009
Jessie wrote:
Yep...still dead
Deader than a door knob.

Since: May 09

Owensboro, KY

#9 Jun 27, 2009
ok so lets talk about harrison ok i'd say just cause he hit and killed someone then said he didn't which i don't know the real deal but there's other people out there that isn't even being turned in that has killed millions
Racerfan

Murray, KY

#10 Jun 29, 2009
The idiot hit the girl and she was still alive. So he brushed her into a ditch and drove off, hoping to never be caught. So he felt that if he left her there to die, that's acceptable as long he didn't get caught. True selfishness of epic proportion. I knew the guy and attended Murray State with him. He was a pompous arrogant bastard that would've continued driving drunk through his life, as long as nothing like this were to happen. He will probably do selfish things like drive drunk after he gets out of jail in eight years. He actually had the never to say "I can't wait until my lawyer gets me out of this mess so I can get on with my life." He said that directly to me. The idiot felt no remorse or guilt and to think the selfishness to not even care about another human beings life. That is EVIL. The guy is a spoiled loser, set up throughout life, thanks to mom and dad. This what happens with "some," not all pompous arrogant individuals who were born silver spoon and all. The world revolves around Harrison in Harrison's mind. And because this country does not have stricter punishments, drunk drives will continue to drive and continue to die. One drunk driver in Murray killed himself about a week ago. Thank the Good Lord he killed himself and not an innocent person.
P.S.- I used to live on 804 Coldwater Road, right next to where the incidence took place.

Since: May 09

Owensboro, KY

#11 Jun 30, 2009
yeah well there's more people out there that has killed more then one and all the damn cops are doing are putting them behind bars for more then a month then let them out again and he's been in there for years already don't know how long but there's other damn people that needs to be locked up for good
Racerfan

Murray, KY

#12 Jul 4, 2009
and you make a very good point... Harrison Yonts is one of those people. If you have the kind of heart that allows you to let somebody die just so you want be caught, I just a soon you be behind bars for the rest of your life because you are worthless. Your post lacks information and is very plain.
Killed more than one? Really? The only incidence I can think of is Professional athletes, and when you have that much money you can get out of anything.
Let this case rest on it's on merit, life is not fair anyway so comparing this case to other people's situations lacks intelligence, to be quite honest.
wait

United States

#13 Jul 4, 2009
flippin dog wrote:
yeah well there's more people out there that has killed more then one and all the damn cops are doing are putting them behind bars for more then a month then let them out again and he's been in there for years already don't know how long but there's other damn people that needs to be locked up for good
cops do not put people behind bars, they arrest and the rest is up to the judge and/or jury per the evidence.

Since: May 09

Owensboro, KY

#14 Jul 6, 2009
oh cops don't put people behind bars your right about that but they do arrest them i'm sure of which however when they arrest them they should be behind bars
what i mean killed more than one is those who have murdered more then one woman or man or person
and what i mean by that is just cause harrison hit this woman yeah he should had called 911, he shouldn't been drunk that night, he should had waited and helped her out instead of leaving her for dead but one thing is the judge had let the woodall guy out did he not and he killed a young girl so now what? he should be kept in there
concerned

Cadiz, KY

#15 Aug 21, 2009
if yonts was a poor black man, he would rot in jail for at least 20 years.(I am white). because his father is a state representative, he will go free with a lesser sentence. even though the evidence was conclusive, he never admitted guilt. maybe things would have gone better for him and for others if he had. i read that the civil suit was settled for 1.5 million dollars. if he files bankruptsy, will he escape this punishment also? due to his negligence, selfishness, and arrogance he has caused many innocent people pain and hardship. however, we needn't be concerned with his punishment. just being harrison yonts is punishment enough.
KnowHim

Greenville, KY

#16 Aug 21, 2009
I know Harrison, and his family. He comes from a great family and a supportive one at that. Everyone knows what he did and knows that it was wrong. However, he was intoxicated and prolly reacted in state of panic. He was very young and he should have a strict punishment. I think after years of locked up he will have time to think about all the possibilites that he could have chosen to do that very night and I'm sure he regrets the decision he made. I do think that some good would come out of this. After the incident a lot of friends of mine decided to stop drinking all together. I really think Harrison would be a good advocate against drinking and driving. He's lived it and learned it. Harrison isn't a bad guy, If any of you ever got to know him or been around him you would know that he would never want to hurt a fly.. And that's the sad part.... He made a mistake by drinking and driving one night while others do it everyday and something horrible happened. He has to live with the decision he has made for the rest of his life and I'm sure there isn't a day where he thought it was okay.. Like I said, he's a good guy. He made a mistake ... And his family is wonderful :)

Since: May 09

Owensboro, KY

#17 Aug 23, 2009
yes i also know harrison and his family they are very nice
that is stupid

Centertown, KY

#18 Sep 4, 2009
concerned wrote:
if yonts was a poor black man, he would rot in jail for at least 20 years.(I am white). because his father is a state representative, he will go free with a lesser sentence. even though the evidence was conclusive, he never admitted guilt. maybe things would have gone better for him and for others if he had. i read that the civil suit was settled for 1.5 million dollars. if he files bankruptsy, will he escape this punishment also? due to his negligence, selfishness, and arrogance he has caused many innocent people pain and hardship. however, we needn't be concerned with his punishment. just being harrison yonts is punishment enough.
I can't believe you have the nerve to pull the race card. white, black, or green. That is the stupidest shit I've ever heard. He is rotting in jail. You act like he's getting out tommorrow. I don't think he will be able to file bankrupsy on the 1.5 million. Maybe I don't know, but I'm sure insurance will pay some of it and he will be responsible for the rest. I think it is sad that everyone because of who he is thinks he's getting a pat on the back. Harrison, will have to live with what he did or didn't do. As far as drinking and driving I know a lot of people who do it all the time. I know city officials, judges,school teachers and even cops who go out and drink and party it up and then get behind the wheel. You don't know what's in someone heart. ONly God, and it's between Harrison and God. As, far as his personality I know a lot of irrogant ass holes who aren't quote "spoon fed"
love me some harrison

Greenville, KY

#19 Sep 4, 2009
i TOTALLY agree with knowhim. he's a great person, that def made a huge mistake. he is living with it every day of his life. being someone who knows him, its so very strange to know he's in prison. It's just not something that goes together, because he's such a good person/friend. His family...all very wonderful people. This is a tragedy that struck them, and instead of using hateful words and slandering him, give him ur prayers and help him. People drink and drive every day... no he shouldn't have done it, but we all make mistakes. If you really know him, your opinions of him haven't changed at all since this accident. We have stood beside him and will continue to. He's an amazing guy.
KingKong

White House, TN

#20 Sep 13, 2009
Let me catch that ********* on the street, I will provide street justice for Mrs Shaheen or whatever her name was.
**** harrison yonts.... I hope his ass comes right to muhlenberg flaunting his money again. I'll yank that lil bitch right from daddy's car and spank him in front of all.

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