Nicky Hilton And Friends Visit Paris Hilton

Tomorrow: Paris Hilton will be asked to help improve the medical conditions for all inmates in a press conference.

Even though Paris Hilton is not slated for release at least another week, the paparazzi is still tightly focused on the Lynwood facility where she is incarcerated.






Posted: June 17th, 2007
Comments: 2


Comments

From: thewaymouth
Time: June 17, 2007, 4:35 pm

Paris HAS already helped medical conditions. Inmates have already reported they are getting to see doctors without having to wait like they usually do, and getting to see them for free instead of having to pay $3. But is that mentioned in this report? No. Do these media hacks do their damn homework? No.

If Paris chooses to do the conference — if the prison allows her to, as well — fine. But are these the same civil rights leaders who were condemning her a week ago “for preferential treatment,” because she got sent home?

Even though 1), she SHOULD have been sent home because she was sick, her custody was draining the system, & she had already served the average amount of time by then for someone sentenced to jail for her violation. 2) She should never even been sent to jail to begin with. 3) It was not up to her, not her decision, that she got to back home, but she suffered the blame. 4) She was already back in the jail so why cry about it when the judge had already seen to it she suffer some more. 5) What about HER medical condition? She’s ill, is serving a lot more time than most for her “crime.”

She has tried but ultimately has not been able to help improve the medical conditions for herself. Everyone wants to use her but they don’t give a damn about her.

From: admin
Time: June 17, 2007, 6:28 pm

You’re right. The media and those groups use her like a punch bag. And they certainly mention very little about the good things she does.

BUT, now that there’s pressure on her, she could do something good and be rewarded now that people expect something from her. This time, they’ll be watching her. She needs the support of the public and media, so that people can take her seriously as she should be.