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Probation for killing four

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Fort Worth, Texas -- Ethan Couch, a 16-year-old Texas boy who killed four people while driving drunk, has been sentenced to 10 years' probation after his defenders argued he was a victim of "affluenza" -- being raised by rich parents who set no limits.

The sentence imposed Tuesday by State District Judge Jean Boyd stunned the victims' family members, some of whom told KHOU.com that they'd forgiven Couch but had expected him to serve some prison time.

It also disappointed prosecutors who had asked Boyd to sentence Couch to 20 years in prison, the maximum.

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Money talks I guess. <_<

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Money talks I guess. <_<

It sounds like the Judge is open to bribes.
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So 'damned silly sentencing' isn't limited to the British judiciary, after all!

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Gggrrr!!! :angry::no: So, this kid just learned that all he has to do is flash his wealth a little bit and even murder is acceptable.

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If being rich is a disease, perhaps we need to put an end to the epidemic. :whistle:

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He is not guilty because his parents never punished him for doing bad things. And the law not punishing him reinforces his bad behavior. There is no logic in that, or am I missing something?

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[Eyes roll] Spoiled brat!

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D'oh, Looks like Greendude already posted this.

http://www.unexplain...howtopic=259199

Thank you Biff.

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