12 July 2005

The nightmare client:
Reed, who testified during his trial against the wishes of his court-appointed attorneys, frequently went into profanity-laced tirades and told jurors he didn't care if they gave him life in prison.

"There's things I choose to do, like, if I go in a store and choose to take a Snicker's bar," Reed testified. "If you catch me, you catch me. If not, I'm going to go home and eat it up and go on about my business, dog."
99 years.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It sounds like Reed wanted to spend the rest of his life in prison. Predictable environment, no need to work to support yourself...