K-State Student Gets 60 Days In Jail ...
creepshow

Junction City, KS

#23 Jun 26, 2013
jus wondering wrote:
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Sometimes even I agree with the actions of our Republican leaders.
Driving drunk and killing two innocent people...then getting a whole 60 days in jail. Lucky for him he was a white democrat and had a RINO judge.

You need proof that these aholes are dems? Is Kangarootard defending them? Is AgnosDICK agreeing? If they had been ANY form of Libertarian, Republican or TeaPartier then Rootard would be busting a vessel demanding he be executed under Sharia law or some other ignorant sht.

Can you say Chappaquiddick? Fuhqing creepy dems.
jus wondering

Junction City, KS

#24 Jun 26, 2013
creepshow wrote:
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Driving drunk and killing two innocent people...then getting a whole 60 days in jail. Lucky for him he was a white democrat and had a RINO judge.
You need proof that these aholes are dems? Is Kangarootard defending them? Is AgnosDICK agreeing? If they had been ANY form of Libertarian, Republican or TeaPartier then Rootard would be busting a vessel demanding he be executed under Sharia law or some other ignorant sht.
Can you say Chappaquiddick? Fuhqing creepy dems.
wow - it really is tearing you up that this right wing conservative judge who Brownback raved about and called a good friend, gave such a light sentence. What you might have trouble understanding is that people like myself, roo, agnostic, and other level-headed intelligent people will judge situations based on merit - unfortunately for Republicans that means most of what they do, we can't agree with - but every now and then you get an intelligent move out of one of them - and that's when people like you will turn against them like rabid dogs.
Besides the fact that you don't like what happened, please give us even one little bit of fact that shows the judge or the kid is a Republican - I'm not always right, but everything I can find shows the judge is big in the Republican party - so sorry :)
Jerry Redux

Junction City, KS

#25 Jun 27, 2013
creepshow wrote:
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Driving drunk and killing two innocent people...then getting a whole 60 days in jail. Lucky for him he was a white democrat and had a RINO judge.
You need proof that these aholes are dems? Is Kangarootard defending them? Is AgnosDICK agreeing? If they had been ANY form of Libertarian, Republican or TeaPartier then Rootard would be busting a vessel demanding he be executed under Sharia law or some other ignorant sht.
Can you say Chappaquiddick? Fuhqing creepy dems.
Justice for Orlando !

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#26 Jun 27, 2013
The only people who whine about sentences in criminal trials being too low are those who feel privileged to never go behind bars. Jerry and the rest of the scum like him feel an entitlement to live better than the poor and to pass along their privileges to their useless progeny.
inconsistent roo

United States

#27 Jun 27, 2013
The Kangaroo wrote:
The only people who whine about sentences in criminal trials being too low are those who feel privileged to never go behind bars. Jerry and the rest of the scum like him feel an entitlement to live better than the poor and to pass along their privileges to their useless progeny.
The kid was white and from a wealthy family.
The judge was a repub apointee by Brownback.

Good God, George. At least TRY to stay consistent.
agree

Junction City, KS

#28 Jun 27, 2013
inconsistent roo wrote:
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The kid was white and from a wealthy family.
The judge was a repub apointee by Brownback.
Good God, George. At least TRY to stay consistent.
George Shuler Kangaroo just likes to argue. The feckless wonder would argue no matter what correct point was made. In the comment he made above he berates conservatives like "Jerry" while agreeing that this ultra-light sentence was the correct sentence. Even though the judge is a big Republican and the kid is one of the white, privileged, elitist class. George is going senile right in front of us and it's entertaining as hell.

I'll bet if Jerry said that water was wet old George would come up with some horse shyte just to show what a whiney, inconsistent, little bitch he really is.
White Boy Win

Junction City, KS

#29 Jun 27, 2013
"Theurer is now awaiting sentencing on the charges involving the double fatality accident on K-18 in May 2012. 31-year-old Micheal Stanley and Elizabeth Young of Ogden were killed in the crash, and autopsies revealed the cause of death to be severe trauma from the head on collision.

In court on Tuesday prosecutors laid out key elements in the case. Prosecutors say Theurer was returning home from a strip club in Junction City with his friends when he entered the westbound lane traveling eastbound.

A witness to the accident reportedly made many attempts to alert Theurer that he was in the wrong lane, but couldnÂ’t get him to get into the right lane.

Authorities say TheurerÂ’s blood alcohol content was .190 which is well over the .08 needed to be considered drunk by Kansas law."

"Theurer faces a minimum of 38 Months in prison, and a maximum of 172 months for each count of involuntary manslaughter while driving under the influence."

http://1350kman.com/theurer-pleads-no-contest...

The rich white family paid off somebody. Bet that! If this had been a poor brother with dark skin his ass would have been in the pen now.

http://www.theurer.net/
Ebnoics

Kansas City, KS

#30 Jun 27, 2013
Krazy Azz Krackerz

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#31 Jun 27, 2013
inconsistent roo wrote:
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The kid was white and from a wealthy family.
The judge was a repub apointee by Brownback.
Good God, George. At least TRY to stay consistent.
He still went to jail, numbnuts.

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#32 Jun 27, 2013
agree wrote:
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George Shuler Kangaroo just likes to argue. The feckless wonder would argue no matter what correct point was made. In the comment he made above he berates conservatives like "Jerry" while agreeing that this ultra-light sentence was the correct sentence. Even though the judge is a big Republican and the kid is one of the white, privileged, elitist class. George is going senile right in front of us and it's entertaining as hell.
I'll bet if Jerry said that water was wet old George would come up with some horse shyte just to show what a whiney, inconsistent, little bitch he really is.
Get a clue, dimbulb. I don't care who he is. I'm against drunk driving being handled as a criminal matter on principle, in part because the law against it so inconsistently applied. See, your whining proved my point, scumbag.
george is an ass

United States

#33 Jun 27, 2013
The Kangaroo wrote:
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Get a clue, dimbulb. I don't care who he is. I'm against drunk driving being handled as a criminal matter on principle, in part because the law against it so inconsistently applied. See, your whining proved my point, scumbag.
I'm sure your disgusting opinion and support will for the rich white kid is the great comfort to the families and friends of those he killed.

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#34 Jun 27, 2013
george is an ass wrote:
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I'm sure your disgusting opinion and support will for the rich white kid is the great comfort to the families and friends of those he killed.
You're pretty stupid. I don't care about him and I'm not their spiritual counselor. Both families are hurting here. Incarceration is not the best solution for the problem.
Curious

Junction City, KS

#35 Jun 27, 2013
The Kangaroo wrote:
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You're pretty stupid. I don't care about him and I'm not their spiritual counselor. Both families are hurting here. Incarceration is not the best solution for the problem.
I have noticed that when you post, for the most part, you jab and insult and name call rather than offer any legitimate, real explanation of your opinion.

In this story for example, we have a young man who chose to go out to a strip club, get liquored up to over twice the legal limit and then drive his truck in the wrong lane headlong into a car killing two young parents.

It strikes me odd from what I have read that you support such a lenient sentence for vehicular manslaughter DUI or otherwise. Certainly if you or a loved one was the victim of such a thoughtless act you would be offended by such a slap on the wrist. It belittles the lives taken in the view of the family of the victims.

What really bothers me the most is your aggressive stance against other things like the stupid billboard (where you called for the death of the lady that paid for it) or your attacks on those that have inherited money and military retirees.

Again in the case of this story we have a privileged young man from a wealthy republican family being given a rather small penalty for voluntary actions which took the lives of two individuals.

It makes me curious because it seems that you are angry for angers sake and you seem to be just looking for reasons to insult and argue.

Sorry to belabor the point, but if you really feel this was a just penance for vehicular manslaughter could you please explain your position? Earlier you said you supported this light sentence as a stand on principal.

What principal and why?

Don't you think that taking a human life through negligent, voluntary should be a punishable offense?

What is the "best solution for the problem"?

I am braced for your insults, but I hope for a real dialog.

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#36 Jun 27, 2013
Curious wrote:
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I have noticed that when you post, for the most part, you jab and insult and name call rather than offer any legitimate, real explanation of your opinion.
In this story for example, we have a young man who chose to go out to a strip club, get liquored up to over twice the legal limit and then drive his truck in the wrong lane headlong into a car killing two young parents.
It strikes me odd from what I have read that you support such a lenient sentence for vehicular manslaughter DUI or otherwise. Certainly if you or a loved one was the victim of such a thoughtless act you would be offended by such a slap on the wrist. It belittles the lives taken in the view of the family of the victims.
What really bothers me the most is your aggressive stance against other things like the stupid billboard (where you called for the death of the lady that paid for it) or your attacks on those that have inherited money and military retirees.
Again in the case of this story we have a privileged young man from a wealthy republican family being given a rather small penalty for voluntary actions which took the lives of two individuals.
It makes me curious because it seems that you are angry for angers sake and you seem to be just looking for reasons to insult and argue.
Sorry to belabor the point, but if you really feel this was a just penance for vehicular manslaughter could you please explain your position? Earlier you said you supported this light sentence as a stand on principal.
What principal and why?
Don't you think that taking a human life through negligent, voluntary should be a punishable offense?
What is the "best solution for the problem"?
I am braced for your insults, but I hope for a real dialog.
You know that's not true. The "principle" is that the problem is best handled outside the criminal justice system.
Concerned

Junction City, KS

#37 Jun 27, 2013
Curious wrote:
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I have noticed that when you post, for the most part, you jab and insult and name call rather than offer any legitimate, real explanation of your opinion.
In this story for example, we have a young man who chose to go out to a strip club, get liquored up to over twice the legal limit and then drive his truck in the wrong lane headlong into a car killing two young parents.
It strikes me odd from what I have read that you support such a lenient sentence for vehicular manslaughter DUI or otherwise. Certainly if you or a loved one was the victim of such a thoughtless act you would be offended by such a slap on the wrist. It belittles the lives taken in the view of the family of the victims.
What really bothers me the most is your aggressive stance against other things like the stupid billboard (where you called for the death of the lady that paid for it) or your attacks on those that have inherited money and military retirees.
Again in the case of this story we have a privileged young man from a wealthy republican family being given a rather small penalty for voluntary actions which took the lives of two individuals.
It makes me curious because it seems that you are angry for angers sake and you seem to be just looking for reasons to insult and argue.
Sorry to belabor the point, but if you really feel this was a just penance for vehicular manslaughter could you please explain your position? Earlier you said you supported this light sentence as a stand on principal.
What principal and why?
Don't you think that taking a human life through negligent, voluntary should be a punishable offense?
What is the "best solution for the problem"?
I am braced for your insults, but I hope for a real dialog.
Great post and valid questions that you will not receive valid answers to.

I wonder if any of the people that have been commenting on this topic have any idea what mitigating concerns the judge took into consideration when handing down what I believe to be a shameful decision.

I sure do not know, but two human lives are worth sending the killer away for 25 to 30 years as a minimum.

I know the judge has sentencing guidelines and for vehicular manslaughter probably could sentence up to 7.5 years, however he should have stacked consecutive sentences on two counts.
too late

United States

#38 Jun 28, 2013
The Kangaroo wrote:
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You know that's not true. The "principle" is that the problem is best handled outside the criminal justice system.
Alcohol abuse is one thing. And I agree that treatment and couneling is best.
Manlaughter is quite another thing regardless of excuse. Acting irresponsibly resulting in manslaughter should be severely punishable.
This case seems to be another rich kid getting off because of daddy's connections.
Really very surprised by Kangaroos argument. Makes no sense to me at all.
u think thats funny

United States

#39 Jun 28, 2013
The Kangaroo wrote:
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You know that's not true. The "principle" is that the problem is best handled outside the criminal justice system.
Thats the longest post George has ever made that didn't include name-calling or profanity.
Poetic Justice

Junction City, KS

#40 Jun 28, 2013
White Boy Win wrote:
http://1350kman.com/theurer-pleads-no-contest...
The rich white family paid off somebody. Bet that! If this had been a poor brother with dark skin his ass would have been in the pen now.
http://www.theurer.net/
The rich white boy had to pay strippers just to get close to a hot , sexy , real-life female. The poor brother with the dark skin gets out of the pen and has those same hot chicks giving it up to him and supporting him on the rich white boy`s VIP Room fees. Things have a way of evening things out , if you think about it.

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#41 Jul 2, 2013
Concerned wrote:
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Great post and valid questions that you will not receive valid answers to.
I wonder if any of the people that have been commenting on this topic have any idea what mitigating concerns the judge took into consideration when handing down what I believe to be a shameful decision.
I sure do not know, but two human lives are worth sending the killer away for 25 to 30 years as a minimum.
I know the judge has sentencing guidelines and for vehicular manslaughter probably could sentence up to 7.5 years, however he should have stacked consecutive sentences on two counts.
Long sentences like that serve no useful purpose and waste the state's money.

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#42 Jul 2, 2013
too late wrote:
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Alcohol abuse is one thing. And I agree that treatment and couneling is best.
Manlaughter is quite another thing regardless of excuse. Acting irresponsibly resulting in manslaughter should be severely punishable.
This case seems to be another rich kid getting off because of daddy's connections.
Really very surprised by Kangaroos argument. Makes no sense to me at all.
I don't believe your conclusions are supported by anything but your emotions, which is not a proper basis for decision making in this arena.

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