Fed-up judge sends ex-Detroit mayor to prison | The Columbus Dispatch

Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was fired from his corporate job yesterday after being sentenced to prison for a probation violation. Full Story

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#1 May 26, 2010
I have been following this story and wanted to see why he had so much going on. He created majority of it, but so did the wife, including 2 missing strippers. His wife should do some time with him. Not even sure if I feel sorry, but only for his kids. They don't deserve to be without parents, but when you do wrong and they find you wrong, you have to pay a price. Wrong Decisions + Wrong Actions= Correct Consequences
Tony

Troy, MI

#2 May 26, 2010
The kids can be raised by the fine upstanding grandpa Bernard until he does the perp walk.
Skeeter

United States

#3 May 26, 2010
It was rediculus WDIV's tv news Kevin Dietz followed Mr. Kilpatrick to Texas just to show his house and car on camera and his wife pumping gas into their SUV.
The house is a rental and the SUV is a lease so who the hell cares about those things ?
What Mr. Kilpatrick owes the court is not even news worthy,none of that matters any more and thirty days in jail is enough to get the point across for payment of funds to the court !
Bill

Seattle, WA

#4 May 26, 2010
We need to stop letting politicians get away with Fraud, Lies,stealing, and making their race look bad. They think no one will call them out as they will be called a Racisit, well this judge did the right thing and all others need to be aware as the Race card is worn out. Detroit needs to be brought back to its former glory and it will take all to make it happen, so stop all the stupity and bring in people who know how to get it done and not steal the city blind thinking now one will call them out for it.
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#5 May 26, 2010
I feel bad for Compuware Corporation. Losing Upstanding Citizen Kilpatrick will surely be a setback, not to mention that there will now be no restitution at all for Detroit. I bet the judge didn't think about that!
Ho Lee Schitt

Doylestown, PA

#6 May 26, 2010
It won't be long before he hears "you look mighty cute in that prison uniform Kwame."
Tony

Troy, MI

#7 May 27, 2010
Big Johnson wrote:
I feel bad for Compuware Corporation. Losing Upstanding Citizen Kilpatrick will surely be a setback, not to mention that there will now be no restitution at all for Detroit. I bet the judge didn't think about that!
Michael Schwartz is a joke. He said almost the same. He said this only hurts Covisant. "What happens to the work he was doing. Somebody will have to pick that up now and try to complete it." As far as we know, Kwame never completed (sold) anything during the year he collected a check.
Schwartz and KK also quoted the bible and that didn't work.
Schwartz authored the "only $6 left" affidavit and KK signed it and that did not work.
Now Schwartz goes to work on religion.

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