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View Poll Results: Should Lil Kim be serving time in a more private place?
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Old 12-31-2005, 12:17 AM
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For all of you thank you for the information - I learned more here today than I have ever known about the county or federal system
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Old 01-12-2006, 11:03 PM
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I think that shootings are violent crimes and Martha was non-violent and that has a lot to do with where they go etc. I think
Lil Kim did not do the shooting so techincally she committed a non-violent crime, she lied
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Old 01-12-2006, 11:11 PM
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as an upper class " white" person I somewhat resent that comment...
I think it was fair and no matter who you are, you do the crime ( lying to a grand jury) you do the time.... I think that crime knows no color and no class barrier.. it happens in every economic level. And as far as signing in the sound of music, lets look at how many rappers are either dead, getting shot, or doing time right now?????? I personally love rap music and listen to it as well as other kinds, but if you look at the goings on of today, you will notice a lot of crime attached to rap...

Just my two cents worth....

In this society SES does matter right along with the man made construct ..RACE. Crime may not know color but the judicial system does. Let's not place all the woes of society on rap music...there are too many other contributors to the crime of the world then just rap music....I believe that it can possible motivate a person to want to become that person they hear or see.....but who do we blame for that.......rappers only put out what the public want to hear.....we show them we want to hear what they are saying by purchasing their music and allowing our children to purchase it.
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Old 01-13-2006, 03:46 AM
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Just because shes famous doesnt mean she should be treated special or diffrent..Good 4 her..If it were one of us, oh, we'd be doing years... I hope she learns her lesson living with real people and not Hollywood life..My 2 cents!
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