Man convicted of NJ webcam gay spying apologizes

May 29, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: KNOE-TV Monroe

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SLIF

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May 29, 2012
 
If it's an apology,then he won't be appearing on The Maurey Show.

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I think Ravi should have got 10 years in prison. I hope the prosecuter appeals the sentence. He WAS convicted on all accunts.

And I hope the parents of Tyler Clementi sue him for everything he has and everything he ever has in te future.

And since he WAS convicted of ALL CHARGES, I hope he's deported and NEVER allowed to enter the U.S. ever again.

This guy's a real POS ! There is NO "RIGHT" to emigrate to the U.S.

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May 29, 2012
 
Prosecutors don't appeal Verdicts.

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snyper wrote:
Prosecutors don't appeal Verdicts.
I specifically said "sentence". The prosecuter DOES HAVE THE RIGHT IN NEW JERSEY to apeal the judge's sentence. I hope the prosecuter does so. I read that they intended to do so.
Mormon Dead Jew Baptisms

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May 29, 2012
 
snyper wrote:
Prosecutors don't appeal Verdicts.
If they don't appeal verdicts why would there ever be appeals in criminal cases?

They also appeal sentences, but not as often, I gather.

"Prosecutors, finding the sentence too lenient, said they would appeal."

Thus, the non apology apology.

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May 29, 2012
 
FaFoxy wrote:
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I specifically said "sentence". The prosecuter DOES HAVE THE RIGHT IN NEW JERSEY to apeal the judge's sentence. I hope the prosecuter does so. I read that they intended to do so.
They do?

How strange.
Mormon Dead Jew Baptisms

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>he regrets his "thoughtless, insensitive, immature, stupid and childish choices."

>"My behavior and actions, which at no time were motivated by hate, bigotry, prejudice or desire to hurt, humiliate or embarrass anyone, were nonetheless the wrong choices and decisions. I apologize to everyone affected by those choices."

He forgot "criminal."

He then specifically denies any bias intent...despite his tweets, which he unsuccessfully tried to erase, harping on the fact that his roommate's hookup was with a "dude."

An apparent sociopath.
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Mormon Dead Jew Baptisms wrote:
>he regrets his "thoughtless, insensitive, immature, stupid and childish choices."
>"My behavior and actions, which at no time were motivated by hate, bigotry, prejudice or desire to hurt, humiliate or embarrass anyone, were nonetheless the wrong choices and decisions. I apologize to everyone affected by those choices."
He forgot "criminal."
He then specifically denies any bias intent...despite his tweets, which he unsuccessfully tried to erase, harping on the fact that his roommate's hookup was with a "dude."
An apparent sociopath.
Very reminiscent of your own psychotic self. This is your cue to issue your usual silly tantrum. I know. You are powerless to do anything else. Jump, Oxy, jump! Rant, Oxy, rant!

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Mormon Dead Jew Baptisms wrote:
An apparent sociopath.
If he were a sociopath, he would be much less scary as they are not really that common. Rather he is more typical of the callousness of many people, young and old, in many places. And a lot of it has to do with technology (not in and of itself).
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JohnInToronto wrote:
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If he were a sociopath, he would be much less scary as they are not really that common. Rather he is more typical of the callousness of many people, young and old, in many places. And a lot of it has to do with technology (not in and of itself).
You obviously did not read "The New Yorker" profile of the convicted felon. There were signs of sociopathy, imo, in his behavior just in chatting with his new college friends when he arrived on campus.

And his mother's statement in court, along with the convicted felon's response to her reading, is further suggestion.

He feels no remorse at all. This is a strategic apology, as is his reporting to begin his sentence.

He's not merely callous.
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JohnInToronto wrote:
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If he were a sociopath, he would be much less scary as they are not really that common. Rather he is more typical of the callousness of many people, young and old, in many places. And a lot of it has to do with technology (not in and of itself).
You make a valid point, but my guess is the callous behavior is more symtomatic of younger people. How often do you hear something like, "We were just fooling around. We didn't mean for anyone to get hurt." They're more unconscious to the consequences of their actions. The words Young and Stupid go so well together... and so often

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Mormon Dead Jew Baptisms wrote:
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If they don't appeal verdicts why would there ever be appeals in criminal cases?
The accused appeal their guilty verdicts. The prosecutors get no second chances.
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nhjeff wrote:
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The accused appeal their guilty verdicts. The prosecutors get no second chances.
Oh, thank you both for correcting me regarding verdicts. Of course even if my mind slipped I should have been able to figure this out by recalling there was no appeal from CA on the O.J. verdict....

But there are lots of news reports saying the prosecutors were at least thinking of appealing the sentence.

And the defense was talking about appealing the verdict in this case, anyway. The prosecution might still get a second shot....
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Thats par for the course

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30 days is way too long

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I don't know why people think he should be punished more than he was. He didn't murder the guy. Funny thing is if someone spied on him & he was with a WOMAN, he would still be alive. He knew that his preference was disgusting. He took his own life. The roommate should only be charged with misdemeanors.

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Mormon Dead Jew Baptisms wrote:
>he regrets his "thoughtless, insensitive, immature, stupid and childish choices."
>"My behavior and actions, which at no time were motivated by hate, bigotry, prejudice or desire to hurt, humiliate or embarrass anyone, were nonetheless the wrong choices and decisions. I apologize to everyone affected by those choices."
He forgot "criminal."
He then specifically denies any bias intent...despite his tweets, which he unsuccessfully tried to erase, harping on the fact that his roommate's hookup was with a "dude."
An apparent sociopath.
Maybe he was freaked out because his roommate was a disgusting fa ggot!

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Jun 18, 2012
 
He should've gotten at least 10 years in a state penitentiary.

I hope he's deported and forbidden to ever set foot n the U.S. again. There is no "RIGHT" to emigrate to the U.S.

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FaFoxy wrote:
He should've gotten at least 10 years in a state penitentiary.
I hope he's deported and forbidden to ever set foot n the U.S. again. There is no "RIGHT" to emigrate to the U.S.
Again I say, he didn't kill anyone. It wasn't much of a crime. I think he was punished enough. The punishment fit the crime. The "dude" took his own life.

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Djohns wrote:
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Again I say, he didn't kill anyone. It wasn't much of a crime. I think he was punished enough. The punishment fit the crime. The "dude" took his own life.
20 days in a county jail (which I have done for a single unpaid traffic ticket (no right on red)) is certainly not being "punished enough" for invading someone's privacy and broadcasting it for all he world to see.

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