J. Kevin Kelley, four other corrupt officials, learn that their sentencing dates draw near
The days of freedom are coming to an end for the few remaining defendants in the Cuyahoga County corruption case who struck plea deals that delayed their sentencing.
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#1 Mar 29, 2013
Their respective sentences are a joke if they dont get a 20 year minimum term of incarceration. When is the prosecutor in conjunction with A/G Mike Dewines' office going to make the move to seize their pensions and recoup all monies spent on their respective families. No pensions, no disability payments, and seizure of any and all remaining asset's is the prescription that should be followed. You boys goin to get used to them jains a jinglin, what we got here is a failure to communicate. Remember what JIMMY, FRANKIE AND MIKEY are blubbering now, I got my mind right boss, I got my mind right boss. Put them all in state prisons into general population- NO club-fed country club, they need diversity while serving their time.
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