Is The Criminal Justice System Justice For Criminals?

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Is The Criminal Justice System Justice For Criminals?
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On August 27, 2007 Micheal vick pleaded guilty for dogfighting and served 19 months out of a 23 months sentence. A man reputation is ruin and a mans lively hood (finance) is gone due to fighting and abusing dogs. Shame on you Mr Vick....

In Miami FL Cleveland Browns wide receiver Donte stallworth was driving a vehicle when he struck a man walking on the causeway that connects Miami and Miami beach. On the morning of March 14, 2009 after a night of drinking Donte stallworth proceeded to get in a car and drive, Having a .126 blood alcohol at the time of the crash well above the legal limit in the state of Florida which is .08.

Now how does a man under the influence and killing a man get a more smoother sentence then a man that was fighting dogs? I'm not saying that fighting dogs is ok but how do you serve a 19 month sentence when a man driving under the influence kills a "Blue collar man" that was coming home after a long day at work just trying to feed his family.

The night before the crash, Stallworth earned a $4.5 million roster bonus from the Browns.

June 16th 2009, Donte Stallworth began a 30 day sentence.... 30 DAYS!!!

Athlete also reached a confidential financial settlement with the family of the 59-year-old construction worker.

all Mike Vick had done was fight some dogs not kill a human and his career not to mention his LIFE is over!!!

I wonder what roger goodell is gonna do to get out of this mess?


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