Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Kwame Kilpatrick is going to the Phantom Zone!

Prince of Foolishness, Kwame Kilpatrick has been sentenced. The former mayor will be spending four months in jail with no early release under any plea deal.

As you may remember or know, Kilpatrick pleaded guilty to two felony obstruction of justice charges from trying to cover up an affair with his co-worker. However, the star of the hearing wasn't Kilpatrick, it was Judge David Groner.

He had this to say today: "That night, the community expected to hear a message of humility, remorse and apology. Instead, we heard an arrogant and defiant man who accused the governor, among others, for his downfall."

"Many defendants have stood before this court. However, this case is different, and you are not the typical defendant...You were expected to lead from the front and set an example."

Such a sad fall for a Black man


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