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Posted: 12/30/2015 9:13:19 PM EDT
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 9:17:07 PM EDT
They suck, but I find this whole narrative a bit silly.  It is not like many poor and middle class people don't put limits on their children as well. I really doubt this narrative played into the judges original decision, probably cut him a break more for his age than anything else.  Anyway, I hope this shit gets his probation revoked and the book thrown at the mother.
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 9:17:23 PM EDT
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I thought the staying in Mexico thing today was interesting.  "We think we may let them hang out here for a bit".

Wondered from the beginning how much we were going to have to pay to get them here.  Figured we'd offer whatever the reward was.  Money talks.
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 9:17:37 PM EDT
If they still have that much money, won't the kid and mother be prime kidnapping targets for the cartels if they plan to stay in Mexico?
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 9:20:50 PM EDT
read today that a Mexican court has put a temp hold on the extradition process.

I assume some Mexican judges bank account just got larger.
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 9:25:09 PM EDT
Family of scum. Lock them all up. "Kid" deserves death, but that won't happen.
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 9:27:18 PM EDT
I would bet Homeowner's and a General liability (umbrella) policy paid most of the lawsuit settlements.  Most folks with real money have GL policies for just this sort of thing.
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 9:28:20 PM EDT
The Dad owns Cleburne Sheet Metal in Fort Worth, TX

They are supposed to have about 15 Million in sales a year, so they can replenish the funds.  Maybe if people stop doing business with them they would get the picture.  Both Parents had run ins with the law before, and big surprise always just payed it off....

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Link Posted: 12/30/2015 9:29:08 PM EDT
Once again, all you anti-abortionists.....
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 9:31:32 PM EDT
Insurance covered the settlements.   Their rates may have gone up a hair.
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read today that a Mexican court has put a temp hold on the extradition process.



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not like they haven't paid off a judge before



 
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 9:36:12 PM EDT
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You positive about that, source?
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 9:37:33 PM EDT
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They must have had a wicked insurance policy.  Most likely they were dropped from their coverage.  The lawsuits would have cost multiple millions.  If they had gone to court they would have really gone to the cleaners.
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 9:38:14 PM EDT

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Originally Posted By Volmp9:


The Dad owns Cleburne Sheet Metal in Fort Worth, TX



They are supposed to have about 15 Million in sales a year, so they can replenish the funds.  Maybe if people stop doing business with them they would get the picture.  Both Parents had run ins with the law before, and big surprise always just payed it off....



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I'd love to own a $15 million a year business, but that isn't enough to make you bulletproof like these 'tards seem to think they are.

 
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 9:40:08 PM EDT
Oh my what they're going to do to them in Texas prisons. You talk about Princess Brides.
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 9:42:57 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Coop4570:
read today that a Mexican court has put a temp hold on the extradition process.

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I'll bet that judge doesn't stay bought.  He'll keep the money of course, but it's not like these people are going to be repeat customers.



Link Posted: 12/30/2015 9:48:17 PM EDT
I mean with these kind of numbers they're definitely comfortable but they're not the( Kennedys)bulletproof.

My guess is this is already taking a chunk out of their savings if not completely depleted any cash on hands he's probably just floating on good credit right now.
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 9:50:11 PM EDT
Leave him in a Mexican jail.
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 9:52:31 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Volmp9:
The Dad owns Cleburne Sheet Metal in Fort Worth, TX

They are supposed to have about 15 Million in sales a year, so they can replenish the funds.  Maybe if people stop doing business with them they would get the picture.  Both Parents had run ins with the law before, and big surprise always just payed it off....

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Sounds like a lot but $15 million in sales isn't that much money by the time materials and all other bills are paid.
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 9:56:57 PM EDT
Hopefully their net worth is in the shitter, I understand protecting your kid the best you can, but damn he killed 4 people, and hurt a few others.

I would not mind seeing them all n jail and bankrupt.
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 9:57:40 PM EDT
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Nope.
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 10:02:46 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Volmp9:


The Dad owns Cleburne Sheet Metal in Fort Worth, TX



They are supposed to have about 15 Million in sales a year, so they can replenish the funds.  Maybe if people stop doing business with them they would get the picture.  Both Parents had run ins with the law before, and big surprise always just payed it off....



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$15 million in sales doesn't mean a whole lot.



 
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 10:09:24 PM EDT
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Sounds like a lot but $15 million in sales isn't that much money by the time materials and all other bills are paid.
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Originally Posted By jeep450:
Originally Posted By Volmp9:
The Dad owns Cleburne Sheet Metal in Fort Worth, TX

They are supposed to have about 15 Million in sales a year, so they can replenish the funds.  Maybe if people stop doing business with them they would get the picture.  Both Parents had run ins with the law before, and big surprise always just payed it off....

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Sounds like a lot but $15 million in sales isn't that much money by the time materials and all other bills are paid.


Fuck that.....they ain't doing it fo free

say they're making a profit of 4% after everything is paid for.....that's...wait for it....$600,000 a year....

and that's being very conservative i would think given the explosion in the metal roofing biz in Texas the last 10 years.

They may even have most of their "wealth" in some kind of trust to put another layer of security that those assets couldn't be touched...

question is....was the truck he was driving owned by the company?   what kind of umbrella policy did the company have if so....?
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 10:15:51 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Volmp9:
The Dad owns Cleburne Sheet Metal in Fort Worth, TX

They are supposed to have about 15 Million in sales a year, so they can replenish the funds.  Maybe if people stop doing business with them they would get the picture.  Both Parents had run ins with the law before, and big surprise always just payed it off....

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that is not a lot of money.....


if mexico wants him...keep him...revoke his citizenship...and let him rot in mexico

then look at contracts with the company his dad owns...any .gov contract or job is forbidden....

that should solve the issue rather quickly
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 10:16:03 PM EDT
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 10:18:14 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By artman54:
Oh my what they're going to do to them in Texas prisons. You talk about Princess Brides.
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Kid is supposed to me looking at zero extra time.  Mama could get 10 years.
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 10:19:45 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By scottlang:
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Not in jail.  At an immigration court.
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 10:21:07 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By YourAlterEgo:


Kid is supposed to me looking at zero extra time.  Mama could get 10 years.
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Originally Posted By artman54:
Oh my what they're going to do to them in Texas prisons. You talk about Princess Brides.


Kid is supposed to me looking at zero extra time.  Mama could get 10 years.


What kinda of shit is that? What's the purpose of probabation if there are no repercussions for breaking it?
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 10:26:53 PM EDT
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What kinda of shit is that? What's the purpose of probabation if there are no repercussions for breaking it?
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Originally Posted By midcap:
Originally Posted By YourAlterEgo:
Originally Posted By artman54:
Oh my what they're going to do to them in Texas prisons. You talk about Princess Brides.


Kid is supposed to me looking at zero extra time.  Mama could get 10 years.


What kinda of shit is that? What's the purpose of probabation if there are no repercussions for breaking it?



I was wrong, 120 days max.
Violating his probation by fleeing to Mexico may earn Couch a maximum of 120 days in jail, said Tarrant County District Attorney Sharen Wilson.


mama
Texas prosecutors have said Tonya Couch will be charged with hindering the apprehension of a juvenile, and if convicted, faces between two and 10 years in jail.
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 10:36:01 PM EDT
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I'd love to own a $15 million a year business, but that isn't enough to make you bulletproof like these 'tards seem to think they are.  
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Originally Posted By Daytona955i:
Originally Posted By Volmp9:
The Dad owns Cleburne Sheet Metal in Fort Worth, TX

They are supposed to have about 15 Million in sales a year, so they can replenish the funds.  Maybe if people stop doing business with them they would get the picture.  Both Parents had run ins with the law before, and big surprise always just payed it off....

Read the reviews
I'd love to own a $15 million a year business, but that isn't enough to make you bulletproof like these 'tards seem to think they are.  



I sold 10mil worth of Electrical work in 2015.  I get to keep 1.5% of it and the company gets the rest.  After all the BS they clear 4 of the 10 I sold.    I think some businesses make even less.  I.E. Sell 10 mil to keep 400k.

Either way I wouldn't consider 15mil afluenzic unless they were clearing 15 mil a year.
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 10:46:56 PM EDT
The mother was deported this afternoon, dear son was moved to an immigration facility in Mexico City.
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 10:52:09 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By John-in-austin:
Originally Posted By Bud:
Insurance covered the settlements.   Their rates may have gone up a hair.



Nope.


Kid had permissive use of Dad's truck, probably under a commercial policy for the business, so higher limits.

Why would you think otherwise?

Link Posted: 12/30/2015 10:52:16 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By ruger556boy:

They must have had a wicked insurance policy.  Most likely they were dropped from their coverage.  The lawsuits would have cost multiple millions.  If they had gone to court they would have really gone to the cleaners.
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Originally Posted By ruger556boy:
Originally Posted By Bud:
Insurance covered the settlements.   Their rates may have gone up a hair.

They must have had a wicked insurance policy.  Most likely they were dropped from their coverage.  The lawsuits would have cost multiple millions.  If they had gone to court they would have really gone to the cleaners.



First, a guy who owns his own company probably has insurance coming out of the ass. Max car insurance, personal umbrella policy probably in the $$$$$ MILLIONS, business insurance, homeowners, incorporated, and possibly a trust established to protect a lot of the families assets from everything save the Federal Government. Probably has as much legal protection one could buy without purchasing a Senator.

If the truck was a business vehicle there is probably a separate company vehicle insurance police. Which all seem like a wasteful expense, until you need them. In all likelihood the family probably has multiple corporations shielding their personal assets
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 10:56:54 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Bud:
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Basically the same for cities and state governments.

Only suckers pay from their own accounts. Pass the costs onto the tax payer or end customers.
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 11:01:52 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By midcap:


What kinda of shit is that? What's the purpose of probabation if there are no repercussions for breaking it?
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Originally Posted By midcap:
Originally Posted By YourAlterEgo:
Originally Posted By artman54:
Oh my what they're going to do to them in Texas prisons. You talk about Princess Brides.


Kid is supposed to me looking at zero extra time.  Mama could get 10 years.


What kinda of shit is that? What's the purpose of probabation if there are no repercussions for breaking it?

You obviously have no clue as to how fucked up our legal system is.........I deal with it everyday, it's disgusting beyond words.
Link Posted: 12/30/2015 11:11:09 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By kells81:



I sold 10mil worth of Electrical work in 2015.  I get to keep 1.5% of it and the company gets the rest.  After all the BS they clear 4 of the 10 I sold.    I think some businesses make even less.  I.E. Sell 10 mil to keep 400k.

Either way I wouldn't consider 15mil afluenzic unless they were clearing 15 mil a year.
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Originally Posted By kells81:
Originally Posted By Daytona955i:
Originally Posted By Volmp9:
The Dad owns Cleburne Sheet Metal in Fort Worth, TX

They are supposed to have about 15 Million in sales a year, so they can replenish the funds.  Maybe if people stop doing business with them they would get the picture.  Both Parents had run ins with the law before, and big surprise always just payed it off....

Read the reviews
I'd love to own a $15 million a year business, but that isn't enough to make you bulletproof like these 'tards seem to think they are.  



I sold 10mil worth of Electrical work in 2015.  I get to keep 1.5% of it and the company gets the rest.  After all the BS they clear 4 of the 10 I sold.    I think some businesses make even less.  I.E. Sell 10 mil to keep 400k.

Either way I wouldn't consider 15mil afluenzic unless they were clearing 15 mil a year.


Exactly! Especially in any construction related field, 10 to 20 % profits are amazing these days. Taxes/insurances/lincense fees and other general regulatory bullshit. If a business profits anywhere near 10 to 20%, owners/investors aren't going to be "rich"
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Originally Posted By Recusance:

Basically the same for cities and state governments.

Only suckers pay from their own accounts. Pass the costs onto the tax payer or end customers.
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Originally Posted By Recusance:
Originally Posted By Bud:
Insurance covered the settlements.   Their rates may have gone up a hair.

Basically the same for cities and state governments.

Only suckers pay from their own accounts. Pass the costs onto the tax payer or end customers.



My father just reviewed his car insurance and realized he has only $25k coverage for vehicle damage per whatever, he was like "most new trucks and cars are well over $25k and some are rapidly going to $50k with options on those dozer things..." He is going to up his coverage. He is also going to get another umbrella since mom let the other one lapse.

Link Posted: 12/30/2015 11:50:55 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Recusance:

You obviously have no clue as to how fucked up our legal system is.........I deal with it everyday, it's disgusting beyond words.
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Originally Posted By Recusance:
Originally Posted By midcap:
Originally Posted By YourAlterEgo:
Originally Posted By artman54:
Oh my what they're going to do to them in Texas prisons. You talk about Princess Brides.


Kid is supposed to me looking at zero extra time.  Mama could get 10 years.


What kinda of shit is that? What's the purpose of probabation if there are no repercussions for breaking it?

You obviously have no clue as to how fucked up our legal system is.........I deal with it everyday, it's disgusting beyond words.

No kidding. People are posting that he should have gotten the death penalty. Most murders only serve around 10 years. He was convicted of manslaughter i believe.I wonder what the average manslaughter sentence is? maybe 5 years. Sentencing makes me sick as well.
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My father just reviewed his car insurance and realized he has only $25k coverage for vehicle damage per whatever, he was like "most new trucks and cars are well over $25k and some are rapidly going to $50k with options on those dozer things..." He is going to up his coverage. He is also going to get another umbrella since mom let the other one lapse.

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Originally Posted By lostnswv:
Originally Posted By Recusance:
Originally Posted By Bud:
Insurance covered the settlements.   Their rates may have gone up a hair.

Basically the same for cities and state governments.

Only suckers pay from their own accounts. Pass the costs onto the tax payer or end customers.



My father just reviewed his car insurance and realized he has only $25k coverage for vehicle damage per whatever, he was like "most new trucks and cars are well over $25k and some are rapidly going to $50k with options on those dozer things..." He is going to up his coverage. He is also going to get another umbrella since mom let the other one lapse.



My dad lives in S FL, he thought it was interesting the highest coverage his insurance company offers is like $100K when probably 1/20 vehicles on the road would push that limit.
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My dad lives in S FL, he thought it was interesting the highest coverage his insurance company offers is like $100K when probably 1/20 vehicles on the road would push that limit.
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Originally Posted By iiibdsiil:
Originally Posted By lostnswv:
Originally Posted By Recusance:
Originally Posted By Bud:
Insurance covered the settlements.   Their rates may have gone up a hair.

Basically the same for cities and state governments.

Only suckers pay from their own accounts. Pass the costs onto the tax payer or end customers.



My father just reviewed his car insurance and realized he has only $25k coverage for vehicle damage per whatever, he was like "most new trucks and cars are well over $25k and some are rapidly going to $50k with options on those dozer things..." He is going to up his coverage. He is also going to get another umbrella since mom let the other one lapse.



My dad lives in S FL, he thought it was interesting the highest coverage his insurance company offers is like $100K when probably 1/20 vehicles on the road would push that limit.


That's why anyone with assets that they want to protect needs an umbrella policy.  A $1 million umbrella is not that much premium.

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Originally Posted By shaun315:
If they still have that much money, won't the kid and mother be prime kidnapping targets for the cartels if they plan to stay in Mexico?
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That would be excellent.  I doubt our 'justice' system will teach them a lesson, but a few weeks/months in captivity with the Mexican drug lords might.
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You obviously have no clue as to how fucked up our legal system is.........I deal with it everyday, it's disgusting beyond words.
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Originally Posted By Recusance:
Originally Posted By midcap:
Originally Posted By YourAlterEgo:
Originally Posted By artman54:
Oh my what they're going to do to them in Texas prisons. You talk about Princess Brides.


Kid is supposed to me looking at zero extra time.  Mama could get 10 years.


What kinda of shit is that? What's the purpose of probabation if there are no repercussions for breaking it?

You obviously have no clue as to how fucked up our legal system is.........I deal with it everyday, it's disgusting beyond words.


No shit. I don't know Georgia law but I heard his case could be transferred to adult court, though not sure how that's possible. If he violates that, he is looking at serious time.  But he would be given a clean slate and would have to violate again.
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Originally Posted By kells81:



I sold 10mil worth of Electrical work in 2015.  I get to keep 1.5% of it and the company gets the rest.  After all the BS they clear 4 of the 10 I sold.    I think some businesses make even less.  I.E. Sell 10 mil to keep 400k.

Either way I wouldn't consider 15mil afluenzic unless they were clearing 15 mil a year.
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Originally Posted By Daytona955i:
Originally Posted By Volmp9:
The Dad owns Cleburne Sheet Metal in Fort Worth, TX

They are supposed to have about 15 Million in sales a year, so they can replenish the funds.  Maybe if people stop doing business with them they would get the picture.  Both Parents had run ins with the law before, and big surprise always just payed it off....

Read the reviews
I'd love to own a $15 million a year business, but that isn't enough to make you bulletproof like these 'tards seem to think they are.  



I sold 10mil worth of Electrical work in 2015.  I get to keep 1.5% of it and the company gets the rest.  After all the BS they clear 4 of the 10 I sold.    I think some businesses make even less.  I.E. Sell 10 mil to keep 400k.

Either way I wouldn't consider 15mil afluenzic unless they were clearing 15 mil a year.



4% is what they tell you is profit.  I bet there is a lot of fuzzy math that gets it down from 10-20%
Link Posted: 12/31/2015 12:14:14 AM EDT
One look at this little bitch and you know if he gets tossed in the tank he will smoking pole every day.
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I'd love to own a $15 million a year business, but that isn't enough to make you bulletproof like these 'tards seem to think they are.  
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Originally Posted By Daytona955i:
Originally Posted By Volmp9:
The Dad owns Cleburne Sheet Metal in Fort Worth, TX

They are supposed to have about 15 Million in sales a year, so they can replenish the funds.  Maybe if people stop doing business with them they would get the picture.  Both Parents had run ins with the law before, and big surprise always just payed it off....

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I'd love to own a $15 million a year business, but that isn't enough to make you bulletproof like these 'tards seem to think they are.  


The kid murdered 4 innocent people and got sentenced to meaningless probation. So yeah it did kinda make them bullet proof
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Link Posted: 12/31/2015 12:28:50 AM EDT
Call in the Dog.   lol
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Originally Posted By shaun315:
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The cartels would be smarter to kidnap just the kid, leaving mommy free to scrape up enough money to rescue her precious baby.

If both of them got kidnapped, I'm not sure anyone else in the world would care enough to pay the ransom.
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Originally Posted By Tweek218:
The kid murdered 4 innocent people and got sentenced to meaningless probation. So yeah it did kinda make them bullet proof
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Originally Posted By Daytona955i:


Originally Posted By Volmp9:

The Dad owns Cleburne Sheet Metal in Fort Worth, TX



They are supposed to have about 15 Million in sales a year, so they can replenish the funds.  Maybe if people stop doing business with them they would get the picture.  Both Parents had run ins with the law before, and big surprise always just payed it off....



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I'd love to own a $15 million a year business, but that isn't enough to make you bulletproof like these 'tards seem to think they are.  




The kid murdered 4 innocent people and got sentenced to meaningless probation. So yeah it did kinda make them bullet proof
...and instead of taking that and trying to clear up their continued bullshit, the kid violated probation and then fled to Mexico with his mom where they were caught fairly quickly.
Link Posted: 12/31/2015 12:32:41 AM EDT
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