Discriminating Michael T. Sauer Was Not Advised Before The Decision Of Releasing Paris Hilton Was Made


Sheriff Lee Baca released Hilton early Thursday to serve 40 days at her Hollywood Hills home. The hotel heiress, 26, served three days of what was expected to be a three week stay for violating probation in a reckless driving case.

Baca’s spokesman said the judge who sentenced her had been consulted, but he didn’t mention that Superior Court Judge Michael Sauer objected to her release. When Sauer sentenced her last month he specifically said she could not do her time at home.

Superior Court spokesman Allan Parachini says the judge “did not agree to the terms of release that the sheriff proposed.”


Posted: June 7th, 2007
Comments: 6


From: Tee
Time: June 9, 2007, 8:24 am

I’m glad he sent her back. For all you people that feel bad for her, what would you say if she had killed your child driving in a drunken stupor. Tell that to that poor lady who’s daughter was decapitated by a drunk driver and she sat there on the side of the highway with her baby daughters head in her hands.
Paris does not deserve any special treatment, neither does ANYONE who gets caught driving while intoxicated…

From: Alexa Carrington
Time: June 9, 2007, 8:47 am

it’s one thing to serve a sentence that is deserved. It’s another thing to send a person home and then call them back. Try to not confuse deserved punishment with sadism, okay? The fact that so many pathetic loser americans are doubly delighted at the rich betch’s dilemma, is because of their own petty, pathetic jealousies and envy. Sure she deserves to be punished but why don’t we stick pins in her eyes since you obviously want blood as well!

From: Vesi
Time: June 9, 2007, 9:04 am

This entire fiasco is amazing! Ms. Hilton is 26yrs old, which means she is old enough to understand what a “suspended license” is. She broke the law more than once and should have considered herself lucky getting away with a slap on the wrist, but instead, flaunted the law by choosing her own rules. Now she claims her sentence is not fair. Well what exactly should society do with the Paris Hiltons of this world? Let them write their own rules because they are famous (or rather infamous) and have loads of money. She’s a poor example for the upper class…at her age and with her family’s position she should be giving back to society not behaving like an immature, classless and spoiled brat.

From: SM
Time: June 9, 2007, 9:26 am

This spoiled cunt deserves EVERY MINUTE of her sentence.
A drunk driver killed my single mother when I was 17 years old. When I look back at the times when I had NO ONE to turn to for advice because of a selfish decision made by someone else it makes me so mad I could spit.
My wedding day was the saddest day of my life because I had no family to share it with.

To all the people who think it’s unfair that this rich, privileged brat has to sit for 45 days in a small cell, think of how unfair it is for the only child of a single parent to have to have to bury her mother while she is still in highschool.

Now you tell me what’s unfair?

From: America
Time: June 9, 2007, 10:10 am

hahahaha stupid bitch
@ Alexa Carrington , burn in hell you stupid twat. This is about justice, if any of us got a DUI ( not that I’m that fucking stupid to get one) we would be thrown in jail in a second and this bitch was given two other chances to set her shit straight. Fuck her and fuck you, I hope you get rapped by some one with AIDS, bitch.

From: judge
Time: June 10, 2007, 7:37 pm

after reading all you comments thank god you lots
are not judges
and the person called America you are sick you need help