Randy Thompson
Yea

Hindman, KY

#186 Sep 23, 2012
I've heard Larry, too. I've never met him, but I've heard good things. If these good things are true, then maybe that's who we need to move forward.
mouse

Clayhole, KY

#187 Sep 23, 2012
I heard they are letting TURTLE MAN come in and catch all of the crocks and take them away,and he will be the next COUNTY JUDGE.Good luck TURTLE MAN,you have my vote
Grant

Hindman, KY

#188 Sep 23, 2012
Too bad, Byron Jacobs would not do it. He is a good man.
family

Clayhole, KY

#189 Sep 23, 2012
Turtle man has all the Mosley's votes Hell their are millions of them around.
Brent

Hindman, KY

#190 Sep 23, 2012
Grant wrote:
Too bad, Byron Jacobs would not do it. He is a good man.
LOL
family

Clayhole, KY

#191 Sep 23, 2012
Jamie Mosley you go get them you would be a good judge Randy sure don't like the truth when Jamie has spoke to him about the taxes around Knott
member

Clayhole, KY

#192 Sep 23, 2012
OLD RANDY gets 4 years thats what you get for being a crock
Mother Teresa

Hindman, KY

#193 Sep 24, 2012
Anyone want to start a soap on a rope fund for Randy?
naw

Brooklyn, NY

#194 Sep 24, 2012
naw he should be able to buy plenty.
something smells fishie

Hindman, KY

#195 Sep 24, 2012
saw old randy and champion today at the courthouse never heard such a going on something sure was funny they sure don,t act like two men a getting ready to go to prison something smells fishie
Heard

Hindman, KY

#196 Sep 25, 2012
something smells fishie wrote:
saw old randy and champion today at the courthouse never heard such a going on something sure was funny they sure don,t act like two men a getting ready to go to prison something smells fishie
Commuted sentence for all involved.
definition

Brooklyn, NY

#197 Sep 25, 2012
If the sentence has been commuted, it would be a slap in the face to the citizens of Knott County. What a joke that would be. I doubt that has happened. If this information is true, who commuted the sentence. The Governor?

definition: A commuted sentence is a legal sentence which has been adjusted by an official to make the sentence less severe. Classically, commuted sentences come in the form of reduced imprisonment, although commutation can also involve a reduction of fees and other penalties ordered by a judge. In order to receive a commuted sentence, a prisoner must apply to a high-ranking government official such as the president or prime minister of the country or the governor of a state or province.

A commuted sentence is not the same thing is a pardon or clemency. When someone is pardoned, a state official forgives the crime which he or she was convicted of, and waives punishment without qualifications. When a sentence is commuted, the criminal is not forgiven, and the commutation may be conditional; the implication is that the crime does indeed deserve punishment, but the punishment is excessive, or it poses an unreasonable hardship.

Commutation of sentence applications are typically reviewed by other officials in addition to the head of state, and these officials may offer opinions or commentary on the issue. Typically, things like the prisoner's original crime and sentence, along with his or her behavior in prison, are taken into account when reviewing a request for a commuted sentence. Examiners may also consider whether or not the prisoner has shown genuine remorse and a desire to atone and improve when deciding whether or not to grant a commutation request.
Smith and Wesson

Hindman, KY

#198 Sep 25, 2012
Commuted sentence? Just like they won the appeal, wishful thinking.
Stickweed

Hindman, KY

#199 Oct 2, 2012
Thompson and crew ain't leaving. The appeal process continues.
yea well

Kansas City, MO

#200 Oct 2, 2012
Nothing like delaying the inevitable.
wasted time

Hindman, KY

#201 Oct 2, 2012
t,,,hey ain,t no court going to overturn nothing ,,they will be in jail before the first snowflakes fly
Big Bubba

Hindman, KY

#202 Oct 4, 2012
You boys dont forget your slick jelly !!We gonna throw you boys one hell of a welcome party !!We love politicians....Mmmmmmm !!Love his smile..

“Me of course ”

Since: Jan 09

Good O'l Knott Co.

#203 Oct 6, 2012
I am just wondering HOW is he paying for all the high priced lawyers???
Obama

Logan, WV

#204 Oct 7, 2012
member wrote:
OLD RANDY gets 4 years thats what you get for being a crock
Please help me help coal out and please remember my good friends Ned and Janet Stumbo for supreme court race. Ned went to Ohio to monitor the polls for me in 2008
The Expert

Hindman, KY

#205 Oct 7, 2012
The Governor has already set November 7th as the day that Randy and the good ole boys will be pardon...and not to worry Obama is aware of our situation here, and if the Governor hadn't pardon them he was going to. Wait for Nnvember 7th and everyone will see...

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