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For our inmate members who support and spread the message to help others and save lives. the streets dont love you back news letter goes out to 150 prisons around the country.take time out to read these stories and ask your self what choice should i make today,to better my can learn each and every day tsdlyb at all but god loves us all back.have a bless day and stay focus

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i would like to thank all my soliders in state and fed prison and out here in the streets helping to save lives as god did when he walked the land we also must take our message to the streets and change these youth thinking from negative to positive.keep your drugs its all failure you bring drugs to the streets then send our men and women to think about it wake up people we must push education and not failure we must understand once we are educated no one can take that away from you but trying to be hard/drug dealer/thug/gang banger you set your life up for failure. we all make mistakes in life but now its time to change that negative to positive.BOYD AND LUCINDA

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# 86529 Regina A Williams Chillicothe Correctional Center
Address 3151 Litton Road, Chillicothe, MO 64601 Woman Pleads Guilty to Murder With Vehicle

March 17, 2006
By Kevin Hoffmann, The Kansas City Star, Mo.

Mar. 17–A Kansas City woman pleaded guilty Thursday to using her vehicle to run down her boyfriend and then leaving him in the street, where another car ran over and killed him.

Regina R. Williams, 37, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and assault in the death of 32-year-old Maurice S. Landis, also of Kansas City. Williams faces up to 17½ years in prison. Prosecutors agreed to drop an armed criminal action charge that carried a possible sentence of life in prison.

In answering questions from a Jackson County Circuit judge, Williams said she understood she was waiving her right to a trial. Had the case gone to trial, prosecutors — to gain a murder conviction –would have had to prove Landis died as the result of Williams committing a felony.

More than a dozen relatives and friends of Landis were at the hearing.

Williams testified she was drinking alcohol at a party Oct. 30, 2004, when she and Landis began fighting. The two continued to fight outside, and Williams got into her GMC Jimmy and began chasing Landis. She drove onto a grassy area and struck Landis. He ended up in the street in the 5200 block of Blue Ridge Cutoff, where another car hit and dragged him.

When tested by police, Williams had a blood-alcohol content of 0.125 percent.

During the hearing, Williams said Landis repeatedly had struck her in the past.

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Jesse Jackson Jr. turned himself in at the Butner Federal Correctional Complex in North Carolina Tuesday morning to begin serving a 24-month sentence for the misuse of $750,000 in campaign funds.

According to a Chicago Tribune report, the disgraced ex-lawmaker has been assigned to the facility's minimum security camp, that houses approximately 332 inmates in a dormitory-style setting.

Jackson initially turned himself in Monday, but was sent away because of a paperwork snafu. He was accompanied by his wife, Sandi, who will begin her related 12-month term within 30 days of his release. The sentencing judge allowed them to serve at different times out of consideration for their young children who are 13 and 10.

Butner, the Tribune reports, has had in its custody a series of high-profile prisoners, including the Ponzi-scheming financier Bernard Madoff, currently serving time there, and the "blind Sheik" Omar Ahmad Rahman, who was convicted of plotting to blow up landmarks in New York City. Former Chicago police commander Jon Burge, accused of torturing African-American suspects to make false confessions, is another Butner inmate

Comment by The Streets Don't Love You Back on October 24, 2013 at 7:52pm

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WASECA, MN 56093 Ex-Dixon comptroller gets 19 1/2 years for $54 million fraud
February 14, 2013|By Melissa Jenco | Tribune reporter

Dixon mayor Jim Burke talks with reporters after former Dixon comptroller Rita Crundwell was sentenced.
Dixon mayor Jim Burke talks with reporters after former Dixon comptroller Rita Crundwell was sentenced. (Michael Tercha, Chicago Tribune)
Disgraced former Dixon comptroller Rita Crundwell was sentenced today to about 19 1/2 years in prison for what authorities have called the largest municipal fraud in the country’s history.

U.S. District Judge Philip Reinhard ordered Crundwell taken into custody immediately to begin serving the sentence of 19 years and 7 months.

"I'm truly sorry to the city of Dixon and my family and my friends," Crundwell said as she choked up before the sentencing, her first show of emotion since she was charged last April.

The judge spoke of the "sheer magnitude" of Crundwell’s fraud and her callousness in carrying it out over more than two decades.

"You showed much greater passion for the welfare of your horses than the people of Dixon you represented," Reinhard told Crundwell. "You lived the lifestyle befitting a wealthy person, and you did this on monies that weren’t yours."

Crundwell pleaded guilty to stealing nearly $54 million from the small northwest town over more than two decades to fund a lavish lifestyle while the town's budget was awash in red ink.

Prosecutors asked that Crundwell, 60, be sentenced to as much as 20 years in prison, citing the staggering losses the city sustained.

Crundwell’s attorney, Paul Gaziano, asked the court to consider a lighter sentence. recognizing Crundwell’s cooperation with authorities after her arrest last April.

Several Dixon city officials – including the police chief and a city commissioner – were called to the witness stand to detail how Crundwell’s massive thefts crippled the city budget – though Crundwell led employees to think the economy and late state payments were to blame for the cash crunch.

And Mayor James Burke read from a victim-impact statement, declaring that there was not a culture of corruption at the City Hall.

Looking directly at Crundwell, the mayor said, “I hope you find purpose and meaning in your life.”

For the first time, authorities hinted that Crundwell’s thefts may have started even earlier than first thought, as far back as 1988. Previously, prosecutors said the thefts began in December 1990.

U.S. marshals have been working to recoup some of the losses to repay the town, best known as the boyhood home of President Ronald Reagan. So far, they have collected about $11 million from the sale of Crundwell's 400 horses, ranch, personal property, a luxury motor home and other vehicles, and expect about $10 million to ultimately be returned to Dixon coffers.

“There was trust that the city of Dixon placed in Rita Crundwell. … You can trust but you have to verify, and I think that’s the lesson for other municipalities, governments,” Assistant U.S. Atty. Joseph Pedersen told reporters at the Rockford courthouse after the sentencing.

Burke said he was pleased to see Crundwell immediately taken into custody but said the sentencing was also emotional, “knowing her all these years and (to) think what a tragedy this whole thing is not only for the city but for her also.”

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EL RENO, OK 73036 Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was sentenced Thursday to 28 years in prison for corruption, the apparent last step after a series of scandals destroyed his political career and helped steer a crisis-laden city even deeper into trouble.

Kilpatrick, who served as mayor from 2002 until fall 2008, fattened his bank account by tens of thousands of dollars, traveled the country in private planes and even strong-armed his campaign fundraiser for stacks of cash hidden in her bra, according to evidence at trial.

"I'm ready to go so the city can move on," Kilpatrick told the judge. "The people here are suffering, they're hurting. A great deal of that hurt I accept responsibility for."

In March, Kilpatrick, 43, was convicted of racketeering conspiracy, fraud, extortion and tax crimes. The government called it the "Kilpatrick enterprise," a yearslong scheme to shake down contractors and reward allies. He was doomed by his own text messages, which revealed efforts to fix deals for a pal, Bobby Ferguson, an excavator who got millions of dollars in city work through the water department.

Contractors said they were forced to take on Ferguson as a partner or risk losing lucrative deals. The government alleged that he in turn shared cash with Kilpatrick.

Agents who pored over bank accounts and credit cards said Kilpatrick spent $840,000 beyond his salary during his time as mayor. Defense attorneys tried to portray the money as generous gifts from political supporters who opened their wallets for birthdays or holidays.

The government said Kilpatrick also tapped a nonprofit fund, which was created to help distressed Detroit residents, to pay for yoga, camps for his kids, golf clubs and travel.

"A man with the charisma and ability of Mr. Kilpatrick chose to use his talents on personal aggrandizement and enrichment when he had the potential to do so much for the city," Judge Nancy Edmunds said before imposing the sentence.

The sentence was a victory for prosecutors, who had recommended Kilpatrick serve at least 28 years in prison, while defense attorneys argued for no more than 15 years.

Kilpatrick, a Democrat, quit office in 2008 in a different scandal that was extraordinary at the time but seems smaller compared with the sweeping federal probe that has led to the convictions of more than 30 people. Sexually explicit text messages revealed that Kilpatrick had lied during a trial to cover up an affair with his top aide, Christine Beatty, and to hide the reasons for demoting or firing police officers who suspected wrongdoing at city hall.

Detroit voters soon will elect a third mayor since Kilpatrick's departure, although the city is under the control of an emergency manager, Kevyn Orr, for at least another year. Orr, with the blessing of Michigan's governor, took Detroit into bankruptcy in July, saying there was no other way to solve $18 billion in long-term debt. The case is pending.

"Kilpatrick is not the main culprit of the city's historic bankruptcy, which is the result of larger social and economic forces at work for decades. But his corrupt administration exacerbated the crisis," prosecutors said in a court filing last week.

CBS Detroit reports that Kilpatrick spoke in his own defense immediately before the sentence was handed down, giving a lengthy talk full of apologies and self-reflection in a subdued voice that riveted the packed courtoom and overflow room.

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