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Thursday, March 13, 2008

Maximum Sentences Handed Out In Megan Williams Case

To read all of our previous Megan William's post, you can go here. Also you will want to listen to our podcast where one of Megan's advisers crashed our "Good News" podcast to take issue with some criticisms I lodged at the circus-like atmosphere that appeared to be surrounding Megan.
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Well two of the seven people charged entered into plea deals and got sentenced today to the maximum,

Forty-six-year-old Karen Burton and 49-year-old Frankie Brewster were among seven white Logan County residents who were charged in the Williams case.

Logan County Circuit Judge Roger Perry sentenced Burton, of Chapmanville, to three consecutive sentences. She received separate 2-10 year sentences for malicious assault and assault during the commission of a felony and 10 years for the civil rights charge.

Brewster received a 10-to-25-year sentence for second-degree sexual assault. CBS NEWS

Carmen is still at it:
"I just believe the (prosecutor Brian Abraham) shouldn't have plea bargained with any of them," her mother Carmen Williams said during a press conference after the sentencing, according to the Charleston Daily Main. "She (Megan Williams) wanted them to do life." CBS News
If you want to hear the lunacy surrounding this case, you can go back and listen to our "Good News" podcast that got crashed by Rev. Kenneth Glascow, Rev. Al Sharpton's brother, where we "discussed" the circus surrounding the case. My Mama swears that it was actually Rev. Al that called in.