A Texas teenager killed four people while driving drunk in June. Prosecutors pushed for a 20-year sentence, but a judge sentenced the teen to 10 years probation and no jail time.He must have had a real sob-story to get that much sympathy, right?
A psychologist testified for the defense that the teen was a product of something he called "affluenza." He meant Couch doesn't link bad behavior with consequences because his parents taught him that wealth buys privilege.
... privileges like, say, getting a slap on the wrist for stealing beer, driving drunk, and killing four people?
Yeah, thanks, judge Judy or whoever you are. You're really showing him that actions have consequences! Man, once he gets out of that $500K California rehab
vacation visit his folks are springing for, I am totes sure he will have finally learned his lesson!
Well, a lesson, at least. Probably the exact opposite of the lesson that he needs to learn, but, eh. It's not like he killed anyone!
Anyone important, I mean.