Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Bond For Pig Burton?? WTH


What ignorant judge thought a 1.5 million cash bond was ok for this monster. People like him should never get a chance to walk the streets period

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

When I heard this on WGMD I thought I was asleep and having a nightmare. I wasn't believing what I was hearing. Not only is he a murderer but a pervert who at this point has nothing to lose by going on a violent rampage. The judge who did this is sick and a deviant AND as much a danger to society as this murderer is.

Anonymous said...

post the idiot judges name.

Anonymous said...

How will he ever raise this kind of cheddar? He's not getting out. My question is why isn't he convicted already?

Anonymous said...

Bill O'Reilly used to post decisions made by idiot judges.Not sure why he stopped,but I would guess he stepped on the wrong toes.

Anonymous said...

8:12 Bail Bonds Co. Contrary to popular belief you don't have to come up with a set percentage. The companies do allow you to make payments (with interest) and are flexible in what you have to put down esp w/large amounts like this.

Anonymous said...

Who the hell is Pig Burton?

Anonymous said...

10:11-Are you trying to say he'll be released?

Anonymous said...

Do u have Google, fool?.

Anonymous said...

I have no clue 1:19. At the most his family or whoever would have to come up with $150,000 and depending on their credit they might just be able to because bond co.'s "finance" also and allow payments. They don't have to come up with all of it in one lump sum. It's a cash bond so then the bond company puts up the cash. The risk here for a bonds co. is not so much that he's going to split but if they would get paid in full for the money agreed to up front or would whoever agreed to pay it default.

Anonymous said...

Big Boyz Bail Bonds in Baltimore offers 1% down financing options and guarantees to get people out fast, efficiently AND for the lowest down payment possible. This is not unique to Big Boyz. They all do this. 1% of 1.5 mil would only be $15,000.

Anonymous said...

I'd rather be a fool than a dumb asshole