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Paris Hilton Spoiled Rotten

I must express the way I feel about Paris Hilton for the LAST time!

There are some on the news media who are defending Paris Hilton’s irresponsible behavior by stating that she never killed anyone while she drove under the influence of alcohol. I’m sure they’d be singing a different tune, were they to lose one of their loved because of a DRUNK driver!

What these people have to realize is that DWI is NOT a minor offense, nor was it a minor offense the day Hilton broke her probation and was caught driving 70 mph at night without her lights on. I honestly believe this woman would have eventually killed someone, had she not been stopped by the police when she was. Another thing, how many times had she done these things, but was lucky enough to never get caught? Many times I’m sure!

People like Geraldo Rivera are saying she didn’t deserve the punishment she got, and that we all hate her because we ENVY her. No Mr. Rivera, we don’t ENVY her, nor do we hate her, we hate the fact that she chose to drive her car knowing full well that she was drunk, and was caught driving twice with a suspended license.

She kept the court waiting half hour, she and her mother were rude to the judge, and she refused to accept the ruling of the court for her deadly actions, and manipulated the system by being released from jail after her 3rd day in jail. The only reason she succeed in making a mockery of our court system in just a FEW days, is because she is extremely rich. Hopefully, the court will now say, THE BUCK STOPS HERE to all these people!

Many of you know that one of my causes in life is visiting inmates, once a year, who add me to their list in prison. One of these inmates was imprisoned because he was caught DWI on two separate occasions. A year later, they found he had cancer of the liver. He started deteriorating at an incredibly fast pace. His family asked for permission to take him home so he could die there. The answer was NO! A couple of weeks later he died in prison.

Of course, I’m not a shrink, but I find it impossible for a woman to party just about every night of the week, and then SUDDENLY have a little nervous break down after serving 3 days in jail! Not only has this woman made a mockery of the court system, but she has also done so with those who truly suffer from severe depression!

Driving while intoxicated deaths are growing at an alarming rate by the day which should be everybody’s concern. Anybody caught driving while drunk MUST pay the consequences, INCLUDING high profile celebrity and sports figures.

I believe I read somewhere that every two on coming cars out of 10 approaching us at on a week-end at night, are drunk! Drunk driving should not be tolerated, and I believe the maximum punishment should be given those who have no regard for the life of others.
This is the only way we can all finally get this crucial message out, that those who choose to drive DWI, will pay dearly when caught.

Nobody should be above the law, not even Ms. Hilton.

I will not comment on this topic any further.



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dumpsterdiva
Jun. 9th, 2007 02:09 am (UTC)
When my daughter was young, I owned a business in a small town. Once, as I was walking in with my baby and my cousin, a very drunk man stopped us as he was leaving and as he tipped his hat at us, he peed his pants and it began dripping all over the floor as he continued to 'flirt' with us. He did not even feel the wetness.

There happened to be an off-duty deputy in the store at the time and the moment the man got behind the wheel of his vehicle, he called it in. He was pulled over 200 yards from my store.

Word got around that the call had come from my business and we repeatedly got angry calls from residents that were chummy with him and also from the pub owner. It was horrific. At the time I was thinking - What if my daughter was in a vehicle and this man, who didn't even know that he had pissed his pants, killed her? I was incensed. Yet the telephone calls continued for a month and a few days.

As soon as he went before the Magistrate and his license was lifted off of him, he drove his wife home from the courthouse. DROVE! They went to the pub to celebrate and 6 hours later he got behind the wheel and drove into a highway divider, killing both himself and his wife and causing two cars to drive off the shoulder of the road. Thankfully, the passengers in the cars only sustained whiplash and a few cuts and bruises.

Driving is a privilige in every state. Paris lost that privilege, yet she continued to drive.

According to this morning's story in the Sydney Morning Herald, Paris is shocked and was crying as she was ordered by the judge to return to gaol to finsih out her 45-day sentence.

http://www.smh.com.au/news/people/paris-sent-back-to-jail/2007/06/09/1181089365977.html

She reportedly screamed, "That's not right!"

I personally think a sentence of only 45-days for speeding, reckless driving, and drunk, no less, on a suspended license is not right.

And that is all I will say on the subject.

playgirl
Jun. 9th, 2007 02:36 pm (UTC)
I'm so sorry and angry you and your family had to experience that!!

One thing is for sure, he sure won't be dirtying up our sidewalks with he urine anymore!

I may sound heartless, but I'm glad the slob died by his own hand. This is one less asshole we have to worry about! Too bad he took his wife with him.
darkphoenixrisn
Jun. 9th, 2007 02:36 am (UTC)
She already got off lightly when she was charged with reckless driving instead of DWI in the first place despite failing a sobriety test. Enough is enough. If it was my decision, she would have been charged with DWI and when found guilty sentenced to hard time.
playgirl
Jun. 9th, 2007 02:51 pm (UTC)
Her irresponsible behavior and tantrums are more like an 8 year old child, and not that of a 26 years old woman! Is it possible all that money stunted her mental growth?

What I find repulsive is the fact that there people like Geraldo Rivera, who surely agree that she blatantly broke the law MANY times, but feel they must lick the Hilton's ass, hoping they'll see how loyal they are to them!

Funny, I have yet to heard them show such outrage for the poor who have committed the same crime!
darkphoenixrisn
Jun. 9th, 2007 03:32 pm (UTC)
I think it more likely that all that money stunted her moral growth.
tigron_x
Jun. 9th, 2007 03:11 am (UTC)
Geraldo Rivera said what?!? What a bafoon!

She's screaming, "It's not right!" Because she's being treated like a criminal by being put in jail. And I guess that's why Rivera is defending her. Well news flash you dufus! DUI is a criminal offense! Drunk driving is serious! Rivera get your head out of your ass and realize that due to her public status she is a role model. Thus, if DUI is not taken seriously in this case, then how do you think that will influence others? Use your head for once and screw your ratings and have the foresight to see past a little girl who is throwing nothing short of a tantrum at the age of 26! Laws are in place for a reason, and it's not just to control the masses! And, it's only going to be 23 days! That's it!

If she needs to be made an example of to show how serious drunk driving is, then so be it! The punishment fits the crime! And maybe after this, she'll have some freaking accountablity for once.
tigron_x
Jun. 9th, 2007 03:13 am (UTC)
America pisses me off. It's becoming a little bitch.
aamusedinatx
Jun. 9th, 2007 03:39 am (UTC)
When I was earning my paralegal certificate (patent law--intellectual property, not civil or criminal law), I had a professor say something that has remained with me these 10 years, also..convinced me I never wanted to be an attorney.

The United States Legal System is not about Justice. It's not about what is Fair. It is not about redress of grievances.

US Courts are only about due-process of the law.

This certainly explains why legal technicalities play such a major role, and why lawyers are too often celebrated for finding that misplaced comma, or exploiting a loophole.
playgirl
Jun. 9th, 2007 04:14 pm (UTC)
On rare occasions these legal technicalities help little people like me when suing a certain immense city entity. I'll soon make a re-post about it again.

I will also share the experience I went through a couple of years ago, when I served jury duty for the first time.
neo_prodigy
Jun. 9th, 2007 03:52 am (UTC)
amen!!!!!!!!!!!!
playgirl
Jun. 9th, 2007 04:18 pm (UTC)
YUP! :o)
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playgirl
Jun. 9th, 2007 04:16 pm (UTC)
Re: Breaking news
She sure is, but I have this nagging feeling she'll bitch her way out of it again!
thewalkingman
Jun. 9th, 2007 05:24 am (UTC)
to be fair, most people who are charged with driving with a suspended license (which is what she was charged with) spend a maximum of two days in jail while they're processed and then get community service.

She's being made an example of, and while I think that she deserves to serve time for her crime, I don't believe that it's fair to give her an excessive punishment simply because of who she is. She should get the same treatment as anyone else. I don't think she should get off easy because of who she is, but I also don't think she should be persecuted more than the average person because of who she is either.
tigron_x
Jun. 9th, 2007 07:24 am (UTC)
Hold on here. She was arrested for driving with a suspended license (and on the 2nd time mind you). And then she was charged for violating her probation, not driving without a license. So in other words, there's no reason to give someone 2 days in jail plus community service after they've just violated their probation. To do something like that would defeat the whole purpose of probation. So, how many chances is she suppose to get? Afterall, she is showing she has complete disregard for the law.

And, it seems as though one gets around 45 days of jail time for violating probation. And I say that because one of my high school buddies got a similar sentence for violating his probation related to a drug charge.
playgirl
Jun. 9th, 2007 02:28 pm (UTC)
So, you think she deserved two days for flipping her finger up the laws of this lands ass?

Do you find it possible that by her actions, she could have ended up killing someone?

I have a 1997 vehicle, and even my old little clunker's lights automatically turn on at night. She has a brand new $175,000.00 vehicle. Don't the lights come on also on a car like that? How is it that she was caught driving 70 mph at night, without head lights? Don't you sorta suspect she turned them off herself for the fun of it? I think so!


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tigron_x
Jun. 9th, 2007 07:30 am (UTC)
ROFLCAKES!

Out of a scale of 10, I give it a 15! 5 bonus pts for speed on delivery and quality.
playgirl
Jun. 9th, 2007 02:28 pm (UTC)
That was great! Thanks Sweety Pie!!
astrixas
Jun. 9th, 2007 01:46 pm (UTC)
One of the things that was completely wrong in her case was the fact they sent her to house arrest and then forced her back into jail. Reguardless of who you are, if they say you are going to do house arrest, send you home, then a few hours later say "naaa we changed our mind" and throw you back in jail, that's just wrong. That is mental torture.

That is like having a person on death role then the phone rings and the executioner sits there for 5 mins talking only the phone only to say "sorry that was my homeboy" and pulls the switch.
playgirl
Jun. 9th, 2007 02:17 pm (UTC)
Twenty three days in jail! By golly, it wasn't like she was sentenced to death row!

Had this woman accepted her punishment with a stiff upper lip from day ONE, none of this would have happened.

SHE is the one who demanded her Hilton-financed thugs get her out of jail, and they did, but in the end, she found that even her thugs couldn't do a damn thing about it.

Let us leave the mental torture senario for those who truly experience it; like those families who have lost loved ones because of people like Paris Hilton!

astrixas
Jun. 9th, 2007 04:35 pm (UTC)
I am not saying what she did was right, nor am I saying her punishment is unjust. I am just saying telling someone they are going to do an in home sentance then a few hours later throw them back in jail, that will screw with anyone's head is all.
playgirl
Jun. 9th, 2007 05:38 pm (UTC)
I know you aren't, Sweety Pie, I just wanted to stress my disgust over this sniveling woman a little more.

Only the pampered, spoiled rotten and weak of mind have their heads easily screwed up as Ms. Hilton has proven to the world, over such trivial things as spending a mere 23 days in jail!
astrixas
Jun. 9th, 2007 05:55 pm (UTC)
Personally, the thought of 23 days where I am alone and isolated with no radio or TV or human contact for 23 hours of each day would drive me nuts. Hell, I would have been crying worse than that in the back of that car lol! That much time alone in isolation will drive a person mad.
playgirl
Jun. 9th, 2007 06:03 pm (UTC)
I KNOW you’re pulling my leg!

You’re among my many LJ crushes and heroes! :o)
astrixas
Jun. 9th, 2007 06:29 pm (UTC)
:)
nishar
Jun. 11th, 2007 01:47 am (UTC)
They have tv and newspapers in jail. And you can buy a radio too.
nishar
Jun. 11th, 2007 12:31 am (UTC)
I agree with everything you say. My brother did a year in jail for ten, yes TEN DUI's! He used to make 150,000 + a year as a contractor, mostly home repairs and building houses. Everytime he got a DUI he would hire a lawyer to get continuences until they threw the case out of court. Finally my brother ran into a judge that would let him get away with that crap and he got a year in prison. The law needs to apply to every one, not just to poor people and people with money have special rights and privliges. That shit needs to stop or it will ruin this country.
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