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Posted: 10/2/2014 6:37:25 PM EST
Sorrento, Louisiana police chief Earl Theriot pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting an unconscious woman and then lying about it to the FBI.

Sadly, the court seemed more concerned about his lying to the FBI, than the actual assault that took place.

Theriot managed to escape jail time, while taking just a $2,500 fine and 2 years probation. This sentence is more lenient than a small marijuana possession charge in most states.

Theriot believes that the “embarrassment” that him and his family have faced as a result of the scandal, and the loss of his job, is fair punishment for the crimes that he committed.

“It’s a matter that cost me my law enforcement career and brought embarrassment to my family and town of Sorrento,” Theriot said in court after the sentencing, according to WAFB9.

In court, Theriot apologized to his family and to the city, but did not apologize to the victim.

While on duty last November, Theriot received a call about an unresponsive woman who was passed out at a gas station. Theriot responded to the call, placed the woman in the passenger seat of his patrol car and took her to his office.

On the way to his office, Theriot stopped at a liquor store and picked up a bottle of vodka, which he intended to share with the woman. While in his car, he admitted to groping the woman and violating her while she was unconscious.
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 6:39:04 PM EST
[Last Edit: 10/2/2014 6:39:33 PM EST by Bounce19712]
perks , I mean jail time for that perp!
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 6:42:27 PM EST
I guess losing his job is now comparable to being in jail? This man held a position of public trust and should be held to a higher standard than the average citizen while performing their duty. We give them authority to do things that the average person can't do. When that public trust is violated (especially while performing their duty) the penalty should be more severe than it would be for the average person. I am not talking about some accident here, this guy appears to have plotted this, he deserves jail time.
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 6:51:16 PM EST
Justice was served
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 6:52:51 PM EST
"violating her"?

Rape?
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Originally Posted By 4Kilo12:
, while taking just a $2,500 fine and 2 years probation. This sentence is more lenient than a small marijuana possession charge in most states.

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I hope the "small mj charge" is what you are seeing the humor in.
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 6:58:21 PM EST
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If that had been your wife/daughter/mom would you still say that?
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 6:58:24 PM EST
Originally Posted By 4Kilo12:
Louisiana

police chief Earl

unresponsive woman who was passed out at a gas station.

Theriot responded to the call, placed the woman in the passenger seat of his patrol car and took her to his office.

Theriot stopped at a liquor store and picked up a bottle of vodka,

he admitted to groping the woman and violating her while she was unconscious.
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seriously, you can't even buy books this good. "LEO's from Louisiana" would be the title.




fucktard retard. to serve and protect.

ar-jedi
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 7:02:16 PM EST
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Originally Posted By SmilingBandit:

I hope the "small mj charge" is what you are seeing the humor in.
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Originally Posted By SmilingBandit:
Originally Posted By Bama-Shooter:
Originally Posted By 4Kilo12:
, while taking just a $2,500 fine and 2 years probation. This sentence is more lenient than a small marijuana possession charge in most states.

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I hope the "small mj charge" is what you are seeing the humor in.


Apparently Vt, Ca, Co, Wa aren't included in most..............
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 7:17:12 PM EST
De Facto Protected Class?
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Originally Posted By 4Kilo12:
, while taking just a $2,500 fine and 2 years probation. This sentence is more lenient than a small marijuana possession charge in most states.

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Link Posted: 10/2/2014 7:19:25 PM EST
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Originally Posted By 4Kilo12:
while taking just a $2,500 fine and 2 years probation. This sentence is more lenient than a small marijuana possession charge in most states.


What states are those?
I've seen guys caught with pounds get 1 year probation.
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 7:20:42 PM EST
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What states are those?
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Originally Posted By Bama-Shooter:
Originally Posted By 4Kilo12:
while taking just a $2,500 fine and 2 years probation. This sentence is more lenient than a small marijuana possession charge in most states.


What states are those?






Link Posted: 10/2/2014 7:22:45 PM EST
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If that had been your wife/daughter/mom would you still say that?
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Originally Posted By EvanWilliams:
Justice was served



If that had been your wife/daughter/mom would you still say that?


I was being facetious. That's outrageous. I don't know how he ain't in prison
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 7:22:49 PM EST
Government isn't a special thing.

It's just "other people" with titles, and special costumes.

Wake-up
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 7:26:41 PM EST
Pension and dental still in tact?
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Apparently Vt, Ca, Co, Wa aren't included in most..............
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Originally Posted By SmilingBandit:
Originally Posted By Bama-Shooter:
Originally Posted By 4Kilo12:
, while taking just a $2,500 fine and 2 years probation. This sentence is more lenient than a small marijuana possession charge in most states.

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I hope the "small mj charge" is what you are seeing the humor in.


Apparently Vt, Ca, Co, Wa aren't included in most..............


Well, genius, you named 4 states... Out of how many, is it 52?
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Originally Posted By Extorris:

What states are those?
I've seen guys caught with pounds get 1 year probation.
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Originally Posted By Extorris:
Originally Posted By Bama-Shooter:
Originally Posted By 4Kilo12:
while taking just a $2,500 fine and 2 years probation. This sentence is more lenient than a small marijuana possession charge in most states.


What states are those?
I've seen guys caught with pounds get 1 year probation.


No shit, UPM if it's not dismissed or conditionally discharged a $100 fine for a small amount.


That said, the guy deserves a sex offender charge.
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 7:30:48 PM EST
How do they know he did it?
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 7:32:23 PM EST
Two years probation? He needs to be put in C block and they the guys in their grope the Chief for two years.
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 7:35:14 PM EST
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Originally Posted By DonS:
"violating her"?

Rape?
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Uh, im going to guess that if he can do that while driving he is really well endowed and he would have no problems finding sutors. ill guess his hand" wandered".

Alaska wont prosecute less than 4 ounces, "destroyed in testing".
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Originally Posted By 4Kilo12:
, while taking just a $2,500 fine and 2 years probation. This sentence is more lenient than a small marijuana possession charge in most states.

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Why is it always police officers on here who take the smallest little discrepancy in an article to distract from their "brothers" misdeeds?
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Government isn't a special thing.

It's just "other people" with titles, and special costumes.

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Are you a sovereign citizen?


Just curious.
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 8:35:07 PM EST
Link doesn't work exist.
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Government isn't a special thing.

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God damn straight. Makes you wonder what kind of shit happened under his command.
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Why is it always police officers on here who take the smallest little discrepancy in an article to distract from their "brothers" misdeeds?
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Originally Posted By Hostile1:
Originally Posted By Bama-Shooter:
Originally Posted By 4Kilo12:
, while taking just a $2,500 fine and 2 years probation. This sentence is more lenient than a small marijuana possession charge in most states.

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Why is it always police officers on here who take the smallest little discrepancy in an article to distract from their "brothers" misdeeds?


Oh I'm sure the victim blaming is up next. After all, if a woman doesn't get raped by a cop she should've just followed the law. And if she was following the law, it's still her fault for being out late at night.
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Why is it always police officers on here who take the smallest little discrepancy in an article to distract from their "brothers" misdeeds?
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Originally Posted By Hostile1:
Originally Posted By Bama-Shooter:
Originally Posted By 4Kilo12:
, while taking just a $2,500 fine and 2 years probation. This sentence is more lenient than a small marijuana possession charge in most states.

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Why is it always police officers on here who take the smallest little discrepancy in an article to distract from their "brothers" misdeeds?

They do it in literally every thread dealing with a criminal cop. Even if there's a misspelling or grammatical error in the article, they'll spend 20 pages focusing on that.
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 8:50:56 PM EST
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Are you a sovereign citizen?


Just curious.
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Originally Posted By g3shooter:
Originally Posted By Qweevox:
Government isn't a special thing.

It's just "other people" with titles, and special costumes.

Wake-up


Are you a sovereign citizen?


Just curious.

lol

First, give your definition of "sovereign citizen".

THEN

Tell me what you believe government is.
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 8:58:33 PM EST
Here's what the FBI has to say:

http://www.fbi.gov/neworleans/press-releases/2014/former-sorrento-police-chief-convicted-of-making-false-statements-in-civil-rights-investigation

This guy sounds like a grade-z sleazeball.

And after admitting what he did, he gets probation?

http://www.justice.gov/usao/lam/news/2014/pr2014003.html

He needs to be in prison for 25 years, not on probation.

Screw marijuana sentencing, that's a red herring.

This guy is a rapist and should be treated as one.

Yet he wasn't. Why is that?



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Would be interested in that as well.

I guess we should assume the violation involved the exchange of bodily fluids?



I love "news" stories that are full of cryptic details and ambiguity.
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 9:06:14 PM EST
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Originally Posted By g3shooter:


Are you a sovereign citizen?


Just curious.
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Originally Posted By g3shooter:
Originally Posted By Qweevox:
Government isn't a special thing.

It's just "other people" with titles, and special costumes.

Wake-up


Are you a sovereign citizen?


Just curious.

Not sure what to call Qweevox, but IMO(which means jack shit) he's one of the brightest members on this forum. People are truly sheep
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 9:07:28 PM EST
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Originally Posted By LePew:
Here's what the FBI has to say:

http://www.fbi.gov/neworleans/press-releases/2014/former-sorrento-police-chief-convicted-of-making-false-statements-in-civil-rights-investigation

This guy sounds like a grade-z sleazeball.

And after admitting what he did, he gets probation?

http://www.justice.gov/usao/lam/news/2014/pr2014003.html

He needs to be in prison for 25 years, not on probation.

Screw marijuana sentencing, that's a red herring.

This guy is a rapist and should be treated as one.

Yet he wasn't. Why is that?



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He's a cop, duh
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 9:08:24 PM EST
He protected and served the hell out of her.
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 9:09:20 PM EST
Probation for first time offenders is common.
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Originally Posted By g3shooter:


Are you a sovereign citizen?


Just curious.
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Originally Posted By g3shooter:
Originally Posted By Qweevox:
Government isn't a special thing.

It's just "other people" with titles, and special costumes.

Wake-up


Are you a sovereign citizen?


Just curious.


I'm not. Someone stole my crown at the landromat.

He's right, tho.

A large portion of the middle class is in a sort of mass self-delusion about authority, government, and the rule of law.

Those at the top and the bottom of society labor under no such illusions.
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 9:14:01 PM EST
Guy needs hangin'
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How do they know he did it?


Really and I'm out of this thread, don't want to get in trouble for bad mouthing a protected class, and yes they're protected.....hell just read the article.
Originally Posted By 4Kilo12:
Sorrento, Louisiana police chief Earl Theriot pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting an unconscious woman and then lying about it to the FBI.
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On the way to his office, Theriot stopped at a liquor store and picked up a bottle of vodka, which he intended to share with the woman. While in his car, he admitted to groping the woman and violating her while she was unconscious.


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Everyone gets one free rape or molestation?
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They don't, at least from what I can get form this article: http://www.thecreole.com/?p=30896

He said it was consensual. She said she was drunk and it wasn't. The story in The Creole says she was in custody. CBS News says he was taking her home. http://www.wafb.com/story/26564697/ex-sorrento-police-chief-earl-theriot-sentenced-to-24-months-probation

I suspect they figured they couldn't get a guilty verdict if they charged him with rape or sexual battery.

The Creole also says the town paid a $100,000 settlement to a female officer who accused the chief of sexual harassment.

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Probation for first time offenders is common.



Everyone gets one free rape or molestation?



What else is scary is people actually "believe" in this country's "justice" system..........I'm amazed at how many people don't have a clue how fucked up it is:

Rapists get probation......
Child molesters get probation.......
Manslaughter gets you probation......
Murder gets you 3 - 7........

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Probation for first time offenders is common.



Everyone gets one free rape or molestation?


Of course oink oin oink duh.
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 9:23:32 PM EST
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Oh I'm sure the victim blaming is up next. After all, if a woman doesn't get raped by a cop she should've just followed the law. And if she was following the law, it's still her fault for being out late at night.
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Originally Posted By Hostile1:
Originally Posted By Bama-Shooter:
Originally Posted By 4Kilo12:
, while taking just a $2,500 fine and 2 years probation. This sentence is more lenient than a small marijuana possession charge in most states.

.





Why is it always police officers on here who take the smallest little discrepancy in an article to distract from their "brothers" misdeeds?


Oh I'm sure the victim blaming is up next. After all, if a woman doesn't get raped by a cop she should've just followed the law. And if she was following the law, it's still her fault for being out late at night.

Maybe she consented, then regretted it in the morning.
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 9:32:33 PM EST
Originally Posted By 4Kilo12:
Sorrento, Louisiana police chief Earl Theriot pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting an unconscious woman and then lying about it to the FBI.

Sadly, the court seemed more concerned about his lying to the FBI, than the actual assault that took place.

Theriot managed to escape jail time, while taking just a $2,500 fine and 2 years probation. This sentence is more lenient than a small marijuana possession charge in most states.

Theriot believes that the “embarrassment” that him and his family have faced as a result of the scandal, and the loss of his job, is fair punishment for the crimes that he committed.

“It’s a matter that cost me my law enforcement career and brought embarrassment to my family and town of Sorrento,” Theriot said in court after the sentencing, according to WAFB9.

In court, Theriot apologized to his family and to the city, but did not apologize to the victim.

While on duty last November, Theriot received a call about an unresponsive woman who was passed out at a gas station. Theriot responded to the call, placed the woman in the passenger seat of his patrol car and took her to his office.

On the way to his office, Theriot stopped at a liquor store and picked up a bottle of vodka, which he intended to share with the woman. While in his car, he admitted to groping the woman and violating her while she was unconscious.
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Uhhh.....doesn't everyone who gets tossed in jail for a crime, go through these things as well?
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Not sure what to call Qweevox, but IMO(which means jack shit) he's one of the brightest members on this forum. People are truly sheep
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Originally Posted By xxprince:
Originally Posted By g3shooter:
Originally Posted By Qweevox:
Government isn't a special thing.

It's just "other people" with titles, and special costumes.

Wake-up


Are you a sovereign citizen?


Just curious.

Not sure what to call Qweevox, but IMO(which means jack shit) he's one of the brightest members on this forum. People are truly sheep




I just spit coffee all over my laptop
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Would be interested in that as well.

I guess we should assume the violation involved the exchange of bodily fluids?



I love "news" stories that are full of cryptic details and ambiguity.
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Originally Posted By Justa_TXguy:
How do they know he did it?


Would be interested in that as well.

I guess we should assume the violation involved the exchange of bodily fluids?



I love "news" stories that are full of cryptic details and ambiguity.




It literally says in the quoted text in the OP "He admitted".


WTF is the matter with you?
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I just spit coffee all over my laptop
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Originally Posted By xxprince:
Originally Posted By g3shooter:
Originally Posted By Qweevox:
Government isn't a special thing.

It's just "other people" with titles, and special costumes.

Wake-up


Are you a sovereign citizen?


Just curious.

Not sure what to call Qweevox, but IMO(which means jack shit) he's one of the brightest members on this forum. People are truly sheep




I just spit coffee all over my laptop

Ok, some of his drunk rants aside
Eta: now I'm out
Eta: No I'm not
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No shit, UPM if it's not dismissed or conditionally discharged a $100 fine for a small amount.


That said, the guy deserves a sex offender charge.
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Originally Posted By 4Kilo12:
while taking just a $2,500 fine and 2 years probation. This sentence is more lenient than a small marijuana possession charge in most states.


What states are those?
I've seen guys caught with pounds get 1 year probation.


No shit, UPM if it's not dismissed or conditionally discharged a $100 fine for a small amount.


That said, the guy deserves a sex offender charge.

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