“He got what he deserved because he’s a rapist.”
“He had no criminal record because he never got caught.”
“He has had a lot of time to think about his life…”
“I took him seriously.”
“I was happy that he was convicted.”
“It’s a damn shame when he doesn’t get what this president has gone through…”
“…can I give her a hug please?”
“Boucher’s sentence was substantively unreasonable…”
“…I know that I was a sick man.”
Sounds about right
That was quick
Six years and nine months all told.
“Life is making choices, Mr. Manafort, and living with the choices you make.”
“Here and elsewhere.”
Treason? Come on, man.
“The agents did not provide General Flynn with a warning of the penalties for making a false statement…”
Manafort coming up next.
Michael Cohen wants a “time served” sentence when all the dust settles, and he’s willing to throw lots of people …
Pay for play winds up not paying in the end
“As far as I remember, I absolutely did not share this information with anyone on the campaign.”
You’ve got to be kidding
Time off for bad behavior
“He’s rebuilt his life and now they’re coming to snatch it.”
“What if this happened to you guys?”
Plus: What did Michigan State know about Nassar — and when?
Who among us could have predicted this? (Besides anyone)
“At least the Taliban were honest enough to say, ‘I’m the guy who’s gonna cut your throat.’ ”
“the crime I committed is my rock bottom.”
But still too much
Why would we possibly want that?
Some clever attorney work
You got what you asked for
Probably most of the time, but not always
“It disrupted the session.”
Give me a break
Your status as a fugitive criminal precludes your request.
“I will not allow myself to be the scapegoat in this case and I look very much forward to the appeal.”
“The 150 officers represent about 20 percent of the Minneapolis Police Department’s force…”
We can all use some happy right about now.