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Nzoner's Game Room>Prepare for Drama... MO Gov. Parsons commutes sentence for Britt Reid
Dante84 04:13 PM 03-01-2024
Yikes.

JUST IN: Britt Reid was sentenced to three years in prison after he was convicted in a DUI crash that severely injured five-year-old Ariel Young.

That sentence has been commuted.

STORY >>> https://t.co/1LL9DNMCfS pic.twitter.com/4MUQ26MZf4

— KCTV5 News (@KCTV5) March 1, 2024

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Chiefshrink 07:33 PM 03-01-2024
Originally Posted by Dante84:
Nice little Friday afternoon news dump.

Jesus. He almost killed a little girl, and definitely ruined her life.
Perks for winning 3 Super Bowls in 5 yrs. I don't agree with it, but it is what it is.
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DenverChief 07:39 PM 03-01-2024
So here is what is really interesting to me is how the media plays in these things - the other two people that had their sentences commuted....you can't find hardly anything online about them

James Childress - the only thing I could find was a Brandon James Childress had been arrested for shooting someone and damaging their property in 2020 dunno if its the same guy.


Originally Posted by :

01/25/2023

West Plains, MO. – A West Plains man was arrested for shooting another individual and damaging a vehicle on Saturday. Brandon Childress was arrested on January 21st and is being charged with 2nd degree assault, armed criminal action, unlawful possession of a firearm, and 1st degree property damage, all felonies.

According to the probable cause statement, Lt. Torey Thompson of the Howell County Sheriff’s Office began an investigation Saturday on Childress after receiving information from a woman that the accused shot a man in the leg and damaged her car. An inspection of the vehicle revealed portions of a brick that was reported to be thrown at the vehicle. An interview of the man revealed that Childress had shot him in the leg during an incident near a residence on State Route KK earlier in the day.

According to statements collected by Lt. Thompson from a witness that lived at the residence, the man, woman, and Childress were at the residence when Childress walked away from the home. The man and woman drove her vehicle to catch up to Childress and the man exited the vehicle to talk with him. The woman stated this is when Childress produced a hand gun, shooting the man in the leg and firing two more shots in an unknown direction. While at the home, Lt. Thompson collected evidence from a brick that matched the brick portions collected from the vehicle. The woman also showed the officer text messages that appear to be sent by Childress, where he threatened to damage her car and kill her, her family and children, and the man who was shot.

An interview of Childress was attempted following his arrest. During the interview, Childress became agitated and asked for an attorney, ending the interview. The accused has a long criminal history in Howell County, including felony convictions that disallow him from possessing a firearm.

Brandon James Childress is being held in the Howell County Jail with $250,000 bond. On Monday, Childress pled not guilty to the charges.
Trina Berning - Not a single thing I can find that would even be close to her.
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DenverChief 07:39 PM 03-01-2024
Originally Posted by Ron Swanson:
Commutation of a sentence. It happens, but it isn't a routine part of the process.
as I posted above - Governor Parsons does commutations and pardons once a month
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PAChiefsGuy 07:42 PM 03-01-2024
Originally Posted by DenverChief:
I meanÖIím all for punishment but keeping him and others like him in prison is just taking up space and tax payer dollars. I think prison should be more about violent offenders, there are other ways to punish without prison that are more productive for society as a whole. He could be sentenced to 1000ís of hours of service etc. I just donít think prison is the right answer. Now, jail is another thing. In CO you can only sentence up to two years in jail - probably the same in MO - but prison typically does not rehab people it makes them worse.
So you don't think driving drunk and almost killing someone deserves a jail sentence?

Lol....
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DenverChief 07:44 PM 03-01-2024
Originally Posted by PAChiefsGuy:
So you don't think driving drunk and almost killing someone deserves a jail sentence?

Lol....
I didn't say that. I said I don't think it deserves a prison sentence...sans some pretty aggravating factors - like running from the police after just robbing a 70 year old woman at gun point....etc.
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Ron Swanson 07:46 PM 03-01-2024
Originally Posted by DenverChief:
as I posted above - Governor Parsons does commutations and pardons once a month
Now consider there are over 20000 people in prison in Missouri and there were three commutations last month. Trust me, it isn't routine.
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T-post Tom 07:47 PM 03-01-2024
Originally Posted by KCChiefsFan88:
Itís strange the timing of this in relation to the Chiefs trying to get public support for the April 2nd ballot initiative.

Not sure if it hurts public support, but it doesnít help it.
Maybe I am naÔve, but I donít see this impacting the April 2 vote. Especially with this happening of full month beforehand. Memories and the news cycle are short these days.
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stumppy 07:50 PM 03-01-2024
Originally Posted by DenverChief:
So here is what is really interesting to me is how the media plays in these things - the other two people that had their sentences commuted....you can't find hardly anything online about them

James Childress - the only thing I could find was a Brandon James Childress had been arrested for shooting someone and damaging their property in 2020 dunno if its the same guy.




Trina Berning - Not a single thing I can find that would even be close to her.

Childress has 3 pages of charges on Case.net, just ck'd a couple and found forgery, drug possesion, and DWI.
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Graystoke 07:52 PM 03-01-2024
I’d be happy if I never heard Britt Reid’s name again.
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DenverChief 07:53 PM 03-01-2024
Originally Posted by Ron Swanson:
Now consider there are over 20000 people in prison in Missouri and there were three commutations last month. Trust me, it isn't routine.
It is routine in the sense that they are conducted on a monthly basis. It. may not be common for someone to get a commutation but the fact he even entertains them as part of a routine process and not at the end of his executive stint is astonishing

Originally Posted by :

11/24/23

Gov. Parson pardons more than any Missouri governor since the 1940ís

EFFERSON CITY, Mo. ó Governor Mike Parson has pardoned more than 600 people in the past three years. Thatís more than any Missouri governor since the 1940ís.

Parson is a former sheriff; he says he still believes in law and order and that criminals must be held accountable. But he adds, ďIt doesnít mean theyíve been criminal all their lives.Ē

ďI think itís important to me that we set a standard so people know what happens when you commit a crime. There are going to be consequences. Youíve learned to accept that, and once you realize that, yeah, I made a mistake,Ē said Gov. Mike Parson.

So far, Gov. Parson has granted 613 pardons and commuted 20 sentences. He has also denied about 2,400 clemency requests.
https://fox2now.com/news/missouri/go...nce-the-1940s/
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TwistedChief 03-01-2024, 07:55 PM
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TribalElder 07:57 PM 03-01-2024
Just wait until parsons pardons Eric DeValkenaere that cop that murdered the innocent black man, that will be a shitstorm

Britt Reid got 3 years

Henry Ruggs got 3 years for killing and cooking a victim in their own car, he will probably be out and back on the raiders in 2 years
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ChiefsFanatic 08:09 PM 03-01-2024
Originally Posted by PHOG:
Florio will be all over this crap.
The only way this reflects poorly on Andy Reid or the Chiefs is if someone advocated and pressed for this. If Andy, his family, and no one affiliated with the team campaigned for this, then people can get bent.

I am not reading shit about the POS governor, so I am just going to assume Brit Reid was just a name on a list.
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DenverChief 08:18 PM 03-01-2024
Originally Posted by stumppy:
Childress has 3 pages of charges on Case.net, just ck'd a couple and found forgery, drug possesion, and DWI.
That was helpful thank you

Trina Berning -

Charge 1 - Possession Of Controlled Substance Except 35 Grams Or Less Of Marijuana - Class C Felony

Charge 2 - Dist/Del/Manf/Produce Or Attempt To Or Possess W/Intent To Dist/Del/Manf/Produce A Controlled Substance - Class B Felony

Charge 3 - Unlawful Use Of Drug Paraphernalia

Aggravating factors - Defendant is found to be a prior and persistent Drug Offender


This is fascinating:

Brandon James Childress

04/01/2010
Domestic Assault - 3rd Degree - 1st/2nd Offense

Sentence: $250 Fine

08/28/2011
Driving While Revoked/Suspended - 1st Offense
Possession Of Up To 35 Grams Marijuana

Sentence: $550 fine

01/17/2015

Possession Of Controlled Substance Except 35 Grams Or Less Of Marijuana

Sentence: 4 years Probation - probation revoked 11/2018 - sentenced to 3 years incarceration in DOC, Incarcerated 04/11/19 to 04/11 22

BECAUSE

07/10/2018

Fraudulent Use Of Credit/Debit Device

I think if I'm reading this all correctly - the commutation would be for his supervised probation.
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Ron Swanson 08:25 PM 03-01-2024
Originally Posted by DenverChief:
It is routine in the sense that they are conducted on a monthly basis. It. may not be common for someone to get a commutation but the fact he even entertains them as part of a routine process and not at the end of his executive stint is astonishing



https://fox2now.com/news/missouri/go...nce-the-1940s/
The governor is largely processing a backlog of clemencies that the previous regime didn't even review. Those are old cases on people that have remained out of the system for years.
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DenverChief 09:49 PM 03-01-2024
Originally Posted by Ron Swanson:
The governor is largely processing a backlog of clemencies that the previous regime didn't even review. Those are old cases on people that have remained out of the system for years.
That's interesting that the commutations today were for crimes committed in the last 5 years - doesn't seem like much of a backlog
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