An Ohio man who was unhappy at receiving a 22-year prison sentence earned himself more time behind bars by cursing out the judge.

32-year-old Manson Bryant was convicted of aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery, kidnapping and abduction. Before the judge handed down his sentence, Bryant asked for leniency, saying, “I’ve made a lifetime of bad decisions. I am truly sorry. I respect you and I respect your decision.”

But he didn’t respect the judge’s 22-year prison sentence, and dropped the pretend respect with a profanity-filled tirade in which he called the judge a “racist” and a “bitch.” That outburst earned him an additional six years (!!!) in the pokey.

Bryant’s attorneys claim their client was just a little emotional and didn’t mean what he said. They plan to appeal the verdict and the sentence. (NY Post)

Fasho Thoughts:

  • You can’t act remorseful and then tear into a judge like that.
  • Six extra years for some F Bombs seems awfully excessive.
  • Judges hate to be disrespected in their courtroom.
Don Juan Fasho

Source: CS / CS

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