Oregon Judge reduces spys sentence

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  1. U201491

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    Oregon judge reduces probation for spy's son, http://fxn.ws/1a9k0ns - Sent via the FOX News Android App.
     
  2. Caveman Jim

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    WOW, just WOW...
     
  3. Dunerunner

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    I can remember a time when spies were executed.....
     
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    At least the money will go to a good cause.
     
  5. U201491

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    Yes.
     
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    BUGGER !!! Did she kiss him and tell to be a good boy now? :rollingeyes::rollingeyes::rollingeyes:

    Jack...:cool:
     
  7. Kevinkris

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    you mean being as he is 29 now and the conviction was in 1997 he should spend life in prison and never get a chance to live a real life because as a child he was told to do things by his father? he shouldnt have gone to prison in the first place.
     
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    Profits go to the government? really? couldn't have went to a decent charity or something? Isn't that kinda double dipping anyways?
     
  9. Sstrand

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    Hey, He likely got a reduction in his probation because his dad agreed to teach classes for NSA . . .
    That and he DID graduate from A liberal Oregon public college.

    Sheldon
     
  10. U201491

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    Yes he should.
     
  11. Kevinkris

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    he was 11 when he was convicted. why do you think a child that age could comprehend what he was doing?
     
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    Soviets began training in espionage at the equivalent ages of our first graders, so yes and there are still MANY MANY more that should be in there with him.
     
  13. Kevinkris

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    so being brainwashed as a child is a crime? thats like selling your child as a prostitute from a young and teaching them its the right thing to do, then a judge says the child needs to spend time in prison.
     
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    have you ever met an 11 year old who knew what critical thinking is?
     
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    yes They were in the Military and at a younger age than that.
     
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    that doesnt mean they had any idea what they were doing. these children and especially this guy was told from a young age this is what they were suppose to be doing. he should not be faulted for being brainwashed as a child. its not like he was already an adult when he did these things.
     
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    But that does not make them any less dangerous to the country.
     
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    so they should be punished because they have the potential to do harm?
     
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    I am disapointed. That is an Alinsky question. Not like you to do that. He was prosecuted for what he did do.
     

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