KMH says Let me loose!!

After stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from her clients, local thief and fake kidnapping victim Karen McConnell Hancock wants out of the pokey - after serving just 1/4 of her sentence.
http://www.toledoblade.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20100128/NEWS02/12...

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From The Blade: On Jan. 21, attorney Jerry Phillips filed a motion for judicial release requesting that visiting Judge David Faulkner grant her early release. As part of the motion, Mr. Phillips noted that McConnell Hancock had no previous adult felony convictions nor had she served time in prison.

Meaning that she hadn't been caught before. Does Phillips really expect the judge to believe that this is the first crime Hancock has committed? McConnell Hancock was an attorney, therefore a servant of the Court. She committed many crimes over a long period of time, stealing from people who trusted her. Let her sit in prison a while longer.

From The Blade: "At the time of her conviction, she was the primary caregiver of her two minor children and feels it is in the best interest of those minor children to be there for them," he wrote.

She should have thought of that before she started stealing.

Mad Jack
Mad Jack's Shack

By Spring, IMO. Since she no longer has a license, how can she repay her victims? Sitting in the hooskow isn't helping them, unfortunetly. She's relatively young and healthy-she should be working off that bill, IMO, not lounging around the day room in jail. For many in this society, working is much more punishment than being in lockdown.

By Spring, IMO. Since she no longer has a license, how can she repay her victims? Sitting in the hooskow isn't helping them, unfortunately. She's relatively young and healthy-she should be working off that bill, IMO, not lounging around the day room in jail. For many in this society, working is much more punishment than being in lockdown.

Sure, she's in the can and not paying anyone back, like you said, she's lost her license to practice law...

If she got out, wouldnt she just file bankruptcy, and all her clients get screwed anyway?

Either way, I dont see a lot of hope for her clients to get repaid what she stole, so if that's true, then let her sit where she is.

"If she got out, wouldnt she just file bankruptcy, and all her clients get screwed anyway?"

If part of her sentence was payment of restitution to her victims, that debt cannot be discharged in bankruptcy.

No. Let her do ALL of her time. She was a lawyer who was "supposed" to know better, but didn't give a damn anyway.

THEN, let her work her ass off to repay her victims. Let her "extended family" watch her kids.

The Black community has a terrible record for siding with liars and criminals, turning them into victims and martyrs instead of taking them to task - whether it's Tawana Brawley, Crystal Gail Mangum (the Black stripper who falsely accused Duke students of rape), the Jena 6 savages or are simply guilty of hypocrisy for turning a blind eye to barbaric murders Blacks disproportionately commit against people of white color, like Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom. Closer to home, we had Karyn McConnell Hancock - the Kidnapped Toledo Lawyer: Ho, Ho, Hoax! And who can forget the "race riots" that left a Black Mark on Toledo?

It's past time Black conservatives and people of White color DEMAND the Black community take responsibility and stop breeding criminals!

What treatment would an identical convicted felon receive who did not happen to be a female, a mother, married to a bishop, daughter of a local judge, African American, former member of the bar, involved in local politics? This isn't a no parking zone infraction. Hard earned life long monies were taken from a good number of honest people. Where was everyone when all the warning signs pointed to something just not right?

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