A federal appeals court has thrown out the 17-year sentence given to Jose Padilla, convicted of conspiracy by aiding terror groups overseas. The court upheld Padilla's convictions but said the sentences imposed by a federal judge were too lenient.
Post by: CNN's Bill Mears
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This Padilla guy got off easy. Oh well. I was diagnosed with diabetes. I took a special 4 day class in the evenings to help me. My case isn't too bad. I just take a small pill of Glucovance and my sugar level normalizes within 4-6 hours. No more cakes,chips,cokes, etc. I'm going to fight this thing. No more red punch either.
The appeals court set aside the punishment?
Jazzzzzzz doesn't have diabetes.
That's her lovely troll.
MAYBE HE'LL GET 18 YEARS NOW?
At least I hope it's her troll. Jazzzzzz?
I agree with the appeals court, 17 years is too lenient! Life in prison would befit preventing terrorist attacks that cause so much death & suffering!!
___ G aWol Bu$h + Dick Cheney = WAR CRIMINALS !! ___
I talked to Jazzzzzzz.
Thankfully, she's fine.
Jose Padilla was held in solitary confinement for so long he is now completely insane. He is incapable of human contact. You can do whatever you want to him now. It won't make any difference.
This is what you get when you mess with us.
Sure can't be the ninth circuit, they would have said to harsh.
the mexicans are even taking all the good terrorism jobs
yeah RUFFNUT maybe ill get my Gates BBQ now.