Aww, too bad!

What a shame. Lord Blah-Blah has to serve out his full sentence:

Conrad Black’s conviction on fraud and obstruction of justice charges has been upheld by a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals.

The court said today that defence lawyers’ arguments weren’t strong enough to topple Black’s conviction.

Black has been at a minimum-security prison in Florida since March serving a 6 1/2-year sentence.

Minimum security, such a light sentence–and he still appealed it? What a self-important wanker.

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One Response to Aww, too bad!

  1. Ben Gruagach says:

    Yeah, I somehow doubt that a minimum security facility in Florida is much of a hardship. He could be in a facility in Minnesota or Alaska, for instance, and have to deal with cold weather too for a few months a year!
    There is an article that talks a bit about the prison options in Florida at — definitely Club Fed material rather than hard time!

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