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    your sentence is and since he would be spending 35 years (of which 85% is about 30) there it would have been maximum security.  Given he was 26, that would mean he would get out when he was 56 assuming he got out after serving the minimum 85% of the sentence.  What I don't get is why he didn't try to run (or even attack, though running would be the better option) given that he would have had nothing to lose as he wouldn't even be able to count on social security due to being in prison for 30 years.

    You have watched Faux News, now lose 2d10 SAN.

    by Throw The Bums Out on Mon Jan 14, 2013 at 04:17:14 AM PST

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