If she's 18 years old now + 33 years(murder 2nd with parole according to Graceful's post)=51 years old + the 30 years (if she does 75% of the armed criminal action = 22 years) so age 51 at time of parole for the murder second plus another 22 years will put her at 73 years old, if these figures are correct. And...that's assuming she makes it to parole (prisoners don't take kindly to child murderers...and if she is violent in prison, that could add on more time as well).
With a possibility of parole, it's now important to not forget about this case. Every time she goes up for parole, there needs to be a public outcry to keep her incarcerated. I'm curious to know if she'll be incarcerated in Missouri or if they'll keep her in another state.
Oh geez...has anyone from Forbes actually BEEN to Jefferson City?
3D, that's exactly the point I was trying to make. I know it's unfair to make blanket accusations, but there are jobs out there. They may not offer the same $$ but they're out there.
If we stopped offering extensions, maybe the jobless would start taking jobs that, to them, are deemed "beneath" them!
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