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    Lets see how the little SOB likes this.
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    yeah, I'm just glad to see him do some time, even if it's not much you know it's hell for that entitled little asshole. I hope his mom sits in jail for awhile too.
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    He should have gotten much more time. He freaking absconded for crying out loud, to another country! I've seen Violators get more time for doing much less.
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    Not only did he abscond, he fought extradition. If that there isn't guilt I don't know what is.
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    what's the max they could give him for a probation violation?
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    There was an article last night showing that tax payers footed the bill for his 200K treatment that was court ordered from his last sentence, because his parents said they couldn't afford it.


    http://www.newser.com/story/223509/t...ens-rehab.html
    Taxpayers Footed $200K Bill for Affluenza Teen's Rehab

    (Newser) – Too rich to go to jail, too poor to go to rehab? In another twist in the Ethan Couch case, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that after lawyers successfully argued that the "affluenza" teen's privileged upbringing left him unable to tell right from wrong, the state ended up picking most of the tab for the rehab facility he was sent to instead of prison. According to court documents, Fred and Tonya Couch were found to be "financially unable" to pay the $20,000 a month cost of residential rehab at the North Texas Hospital in Vernon, and contributed only $1,170 a month, leaving Texas taxpayers to cover most of the $200,000 cost of his stay.

    Couch—who killed four people and severely injured several others in a DUI crash in 2013, when he was 16—has been behind bars since January, when he returned to the US after fleeing to Mexico with his mother following an apparent probation violation. He turned 19 in a maximum security prison on Monday, and a sheriff's office spokesman tells the Dallas Morning News there was "no party, no cake, no ice cream." His case is now in the adult system and he will appear before a judge Wednesday morning, who can either set him free or order him to spend another 120 days in jail before finishing his 10 years of probation, the AP reports. If he messes up during that time, he could find himself serving 10 years in prison for each of the four people he killed. (His mom is off the hook for extradition costs.)
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    I wonder how much it cost his parents in legal fees to keep from paying for his rehab?
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    Gee that 200K was a great investment.
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    Still more affluent than you.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trixie View Post
    yeah, I'm just glad to see him do some time, even if it's not much you know it's hell for that entitled little asshole. I hope his mom sits in jail for awhile too.
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    (CNN) The mother of the teenager who claimed his affluent upbringing made him less culpable for killing four people while driving drunk has been indicted by a Texas grand jury.Tonya Couch faces charges of hindering apprehension of a felon and money laundering, said Samantha Jordan, spokeswoman for the Tarrant County District Attorney's Office. The charges arise from a trip Couch and her son, Ethan Couch, took to Mexico while he was serving 10 years on probation for intoxication manslaughter.

    More information was not available because the court has imposed a gag order.

    Authorities said Ethan Couch and his mother fled to Mexico to avoid a court hearing to determine if he had violated his probation by attending a party where alcohol was served.

    http://www.cnn.com/2016/05/26/us/affluenza-teen-mom-indicted-in-texas/index.html

    Good, she needed charging.
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    This is great. I hope that she really gets punished but don't hold out much hope.
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    'Affluenza' Teen's Father Guilty of Identifying Himself as Officer


    • By David Caplan

    Dec 15, 2016, 2:17 AM ET

    Like his son, the father of infamous "affluenza" teen Ethan Couch is in trouble with the law.
    WFAA, ABC's Dallas affiliate, reports that a Tarrant County, Texas, jury found Fred Couch, 51, guilty of a misdemeanor of false identification of a peace officer in a 2014 case involving police in the affluent Dallas-Fort Worth suburb the North Richland Hills.
    Couch -- whose teenage son, currently in custody, caused a fatal car accident in 2013 that killed four people and severely wounded another -- pleased not guilty to the aforementioned charge on Tuesday, his trial's first day of testimony.
    According to WFAA, the elder Couch told North Richland Hills officers who were responding to a disturbance call that he was a reserve police officer in the town of nearby Lakeside.
    And to make matters worse, police said they found on him a "Lakeside Police Search and Rescue" badge on him.
    He faces a maximum of 180 days in jail and a $2,000 fine, WFAA reports.

    'Affluenza' Teen's Father Guilty of Identifying Himself as Officer - ABC News
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    Wtf has he been doing? He is actually starting to sound like the nightstalker to ke at this point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twitchy2.0 View Post
    'Affluenza' Teen's Father Guilty of Identifying Himself as Officer


    • By David Caplan

    Dec 15, 2016, 2:17 AM ET

    Like his son, the father of infamous "affluenza" teen Ethan Couch is in trouble with the law.
    WFAA, ABC's Dallas affiliate, reports that a Tarrant County, Texas, jury found Fred Couch, 51, guilty of a misdemeanor of false identification of a peace officer in a 2014 case involving police in the affluent Dallas-Fort Worth suburb the North Richland Hills.
    Couch -- whose teenage son, currently in custody, caused a fatal car accident in 2013 that killed four people and severely wounded another -- pleased not guilty to the aforementioned charge on Tuesday, his trial's first day of testimony.
    According to WFAA, the elder Couch told North Richland Hills officers who were responding to a disturbance call that he was a reserve police officer in the town of nearby Lakeside.
    And to make matters worse, police said they found on him a "Lakeside Police Search and Rescue" badge on him.
    He faces a maximum of 180 days in jail and a $2,000 fine, WFAA reports.

    'Affluenza' Teen's Father Guilty of Identifying Himself as Officer - ABC News
    This whole family is nuts. But I have to make two corrections - It's just North Richland Hills, not "the" North Richland Hills (reminds me of "the Iraq & such" lol) & North Richland Hills is far from affluent!

    I wish this whole family would go to jail & stay there.
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