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How To Commit Grand Theft Auto, Drug Possession

Posted on:1/27/2011
Have you ever wondered how it is that criminals in the movies always seem to get off scott free after committing multiple crimes in broad daylight and being caught red handed? Did you think that this only happens in the movies?


 

 

Have you ever wondered how it is that criminals in the movies always seem to get off scott free after committing multiple crimes in broad daylight and being caught red handed?  Did you think that this only happens in the movies?  Well, think again because it happens in real life all the time.  One man has committed crimes such as driving while intoxicated (DUI), possession of marijuana, public intoxication, grand theft auto, and more.  In fact, he's been arrested for marijuana possession at least half a dozen times.  All of these arrests were from 2008 to present.  Yet the man has never spent more than a night in jail.

Why?

Because he's someone famous.  He is someone who is well-known to the public and is well-respected in some circles. 

His name is Terry Glenn.  You might known him as the New England Patriots first round pick in 1996 and their most productive receiver for the six years he was there.  Or maybe as the greatest trade the Cowboys ever made to fill their ranks with a talented wide receiver.  Most of his NFL career was with the Dallas Cowboys, in fact.  Terry Glenn is a well known, respected football player in the NFL and a man whose entire adult life has been plagued with arrest after arrest.  Luckily, he's always had money and fame in most of those arrests, so they've amounted to little or no penalty for him.

Terry Glenn is a man who has been arrested for some serious, not-so-serious, and chronic crimes and yet has never spent more than a night in jail.  Just this week, he paid a $3,011 bond on a driving while intoxicated and possession of marijuana charge. 

Were anyone else without Mr. Glenn's fame and fortune arrested on any one of the charges he's been hit for, what do you think would happen?  Would they go before a judge the next day or, better yet, get "booked" on-site without even going to the jail?  Highly unlikely.  Would they be treated with the same leniency that Mr. Glenn has, given the same chronic arrest background he has?  Also not likely.

So why is it that the Terry Glenns of the world can lead lives of criminal malfeasance and be treated in one way while the rest of us are treated differently because we're somehow not as "important?"  Is this how justice works?

  
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