Discussion in 'The Locker Room' started by KyokushinKarateMan, Aug 23, 2019.
Nah eat them football numbers
May he learn his lesson and possible parole in his future and the families that he affected live prosperous and their fear from the invasion be lessened over time. Prayers up
Good fukk him
To me it seems excessive but I can’t imagine being on the other side of that gun not knowing if he’d pull or not
So it is what it is honestly. Sad as fukk
Breh should’ve done his crimes in a Scandinavian country if he wanted them to go easier on him
I think they criminals got PS4’s and shyt in their cells
How you got multiple face tats then have the nerve to during sentencing.
I always say that home invasion while someone is home is one of the biggest violations.
When someone breaks into your home and know you there they more times than not intend to do harm. Because most robbers just want to get in, steal, and get out. Takes a whole other level of for lack of regard for people to not care about being seen.
Imagine in your bed sleep which you do because fukk why not it's your home, your castle, the place you supposed to be the most secure and some dude breaks in and holds your family at gun point and making you think it's your last day on earth. You'll never feel safe in your own home again
There is always folks in these threads with their hearts bleeding for people who do shytty things no matter how shytty it was. No one made that dude decide to do these crimes. Enjoy your 43 years.
its time we stop feeling sorry for criminals just because they black
good riddance to this menance
I wanted to feel bad for bro but after reading the article, he should have sat his ass down somewhere after he got paroled
All that crying and pleading. Stand by your work and do the time.
Apparently he was already a convicted felon.
He even wore the dude’s gloves while robbing him
“...The following day, the Jurevicius family had just finished dinner when Joe Jurevicius noticed a light on in the barn behind his home and went outside to check. That's where Howse forced him to open a safe while he held a gun to the back of his head, according to prosecutors. Jurevicius said the man repeatedly threatened to shoot him.
"For 30 minutes, I was terrorized," Jurevicius told the judge. "I thank God every day that it was me, and not my wife and two young kids, who walked into that barn."
Prosecutors said Howse put on Jurevicius' Super Bowl gloves so he wouldn't leave fingerprints. He stole a gun, alcohol and camera equipment while demanding cash. The former wide receiver even offered his Super Bowl ring.
"Robert Howse wore the damn gloves that I wore in the Super Bowl while my kid was fighting for his life," Jurevicius said. His son Michael died as an infant...”
The receiver mention him already having a criminal record.
Dude was probably talking shyt about all the fukkery he was up, thought he was a G heard those numbers and starts crying like a bytch. For everybody feeling sorry for this a$$hole, you wouldn't feel the same if he was pointed a gun at you and yours.
Take those years like a man, should have given him another 5 for sounding like a woman
Dude is a menace to society