Woman Went to AA Meetings Before Being Sentenced to 30 Months for Stabbing Boyfriend

Men look out for this woman in AA meetings!

Woman who stabbed boyfriend gets 30-month sentence

Andrew Robinson Published on October 3rd 2013

A woman who was found guilty of stabbing her boyfriend in the stomach with a bread knife and burning him with water used to boil vegetables has been sentenced to 30 months plus one day in jail.

 Kathryn Patricia Saunders, 47, appeared in St. John’s provincial court as Judge James Walsh announced his decision. She faced 16 charges in all and entered guilty pleas for some of them. On the charges of assault with a weapon and assault causing bodily harm, Saunders claimed during her trial in August those actions were in self-defense. Continue reading

Child Porn Addict AA Member Receives No Jail Time after Mentoring Other AA Members

Donald Judge

 AA Member Donald Judge and child porn addict has been able to skip jail time with the help of AA members supporting him. He actually sponsored people in Alcoholics Anonymous. How disgusting! A man with a child porn addiction that had been found to have over 6690 images and videos, including rape and bestiality is sponsoring other AA members? The Judge thinks this is a good thing?! Anyone can be a Sponsor in AA and NA. This is proof!

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Teacher Had Sex With Students Gets AA Get Out Of Jail Early Card

<b>DAY 3:</b> Stacy Schuler talks with a family member during a break in her trial.

Teacher turned AA member was jailed after recieving 16 felony counts of sexual battery and three misdemeanor counts of providing alcohol to minors, which were her students. While in jail she attended AA Meetings. She requested early release that was granted provided she continue her ” drug and alcohol treatment and counseling for sex offenders”. Hopefully your teenager wont be sitting next to this X-teacher, mentally ill sex offender.

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AA Member Pleads Guilty To Manslaughter and Endangering the Welfare of a Child

Erin Robyn Lottmann, of St. Charles County, was sentenced Nov. 5, 2012, to 12 years in prison for allowing her 15-month old nephew to drown.

 AA Member Erin Lottmann did not only go to AA meetings before this tragedy occurred, but had become an AA Meeting Group Leader! She still got 12 years. So we have a woman pleading guilty to felony counts of involuntary manslaughter and endangering the welfare of a child she let drown in her presence, and  she had been leading AA meetings and sponsoring people! Just another example of the insanity of Alcoholics Anonymous.

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Father Guilty of Felony Child Abuse of Son With 4 Broken Limbs Attends AA Meetings Prior To Sentencing

AA Member Leonard Dorame only gets one year in prison and probation after pleading guilty to abusing his 4 month old son who was found to have 4 broken limbs after he was in his care? Also the boy is permanently disabled now because of brain trauma from the injuries. He did not admit to beating his son, but only that he failed to take him to the hospital! What kind of justice is this? He is now not allowed around children under 15 years of age.

He also attended anger management classes and domestic violence classes along with AA Meetings. Yet he is allowed at AA Meetings where there are children?! He even eluded police afterwards for weeks before he was captured.The good ol’ Alcoholics Anonymous get out of jail card working it’s magic once again in our judicial system.

Sickening isn’t it?


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Castle Huntly Prisoner Allowed Out to Attend AA Meetings Rapes 16 Year Old Girl

Convicted for attempted murder of a policeman, Robert Foye was serving time at the Castle Huntly prison in Scotland built in 1452. He was allowed out to attend AA Meetings. He absconded  and raped a 16 year old girl.

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Trivino Plead Guilty to Assault and Battery of Woman at Boston University is Mandated To AA Meetings

Corey Trivino is mandated to Alcoholics Aonymous meetings after pleading guilty to assault and battery of a woman in a Boston University Dorm. Here we have another man being violently sexually abusive to a woman being sent to the rooms of AA.

Thief Steals 190K From Military Mandated to Alcoholics Anonymous

This thief gets to leave home on conditional release to attend AA meetings! Continue reading

Meth Addicts Rejected By Recovered 12 Stepper Meth Guys

This is a sad state of affairs on aiding meth addicts in this jail. AA is not working, and even the few who have  recovered in the county Jail Alcoholics Anonymous are rejecting meth addicts. They do not want anything to do with them! Continue reading

Alcoholics Anonymous Sponsor Testifies In Court For Violent Felon Sponsee

This convicted felon had his AA Sponsor get on the stand on his behalf to help this man get the ‘AA get out of jail card’ , and it worked! This gun wielding felon gets probation, even though the judge found his past violence and criminal background make him “a huge risk” for probation!  Continue reading

Alcoholics Anonymous For Dad Who’s Children Begged Him Not To Shoot Mom

Mark Dickenson got the AA get out of jail card for felony menancing because he threatened his wife with gun. His children begged him not to shoot their Mom. Continue reading

AA Member Bronco Branko Busick West Virginia Linebacker Sentenced In Felony Assault

Amazing, no jail time for AA Member Branko Busick who was arrested on felony assault charges. Even though a gun was used in one of the assaults  that included robbery, this man walks free. His AA sponsor was a character reference, and spoke about Branko Busick at trial! So much for AA trying to say they are not affiliated with the judicial system, and helping criminals with the “AA get out of jail card!” Continue reading

Violent Felon Who Led Police On 100-MPH Chase On Christmas Eve Is Sentenced to Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings

Rickey Lee Lidel broke the nose of a person and threatened to stab him. The victim called police and then there was a high speed chase. Here is another violent felon mandated to the rooms Of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Published March 07, 2012, 12:00 AM
Man who led deputies on high-speed chase on Christmas Eve sentenced
A Bemidji man who led area law enforcement on a 100-mph chase on Christmas Eve was sentenced in Beltrami County District Court on Monday. Pioneer Staff Report, Bemidji Pioneer

A Bemidji man who led area law enforcement on a 100-mph chase on Christmas Eve was sentenced in Beltrami County District Court on Monday.

District Judge Paul T. Benshoof ordered Ricky Lee Lidel, 56, to serve 109 days in jail, stayed for two years, with 73 days credited for time served.

The judge also ordered Lidel to serve two years of supervised probation, attend weekly Alcoholic Anonymous meetings for sixth months and pay $1,300 in fines.

Lidel pleaded guilty Jan. 23 to fleeing a peace officer in a motor vehicle and possessing an assault weapon while having a previous felony conviction.

According to an earlier news release issued by the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office:

An assault victim suffered a broken nose in a violent encounter with Lidel, who threatened to stab the person with a knife at the victim’s home.

After receiving the call, deputies spotted a silver Grand Am, described by the victim, and attempted to stop Lidel.

However, Lidel drove east on the U.S. Highway 2 bypass from Division Street, leading authorities on a pursuit reaching speeds higher than 100 mph. Lidel stopped the car on Highway 2 and attempted to flee on foot when deputies arrested him.


Eli Coffey Who Threatened To Kill Restaurant Staff Is Mandated To Alcoholics Anonymous

After Being thrown out of a T.G.I. Friday, Eli Michael Coffey ended up threatening to kill the staff. At sentencing he got a slap on the wrist and mandated to attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.

Woodbury Man Given 20 Days In Jail For Threatening to Kill Local Restaurant Manager Eli Michael Coffey, 30, was also give four years probation and ordered to attend AA.

By Jeff Roberts

A 30-year-old Woodbury man was sentenced to 20 days in jail and four years of probation after being convicted on Feb. 10 of a felony county of making terroristic threats.

Eli Michael Coffey was originally charged with a second felony—pattern of stalking conduct—but Washington County District Court Judge Mary Hannon dismissed that charge in exchange for Coffey’s guilty plea.

Hannon also ordered Coffey to abstain from alcohol and drug use, attend a six-month Alcoholics Anonymous program and submit to a mental health evaluation.

According to a Washington County summons complaint, Coffey threatened to kill a manager and staff member at the old T.G.I. Friday’s after being kicked out of the restaurant for being too intoxicated.

The complaint states Woodbury police caught up with Coffey at Sunsets later that evening to warn him to stay away from T.G.I. Friday’s but that the man called the restaurant three times to issue the threats after police left him.

Had he been sentenced to the maximum penalty, Coffey would have spent five years in prison and been forced to pay a $10,000 fine.


Montreal Killer Goes To Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings

Patrick Belanger who killed Leonard Wells gets to leave prison early for being an Alcoholics Anonymous member before sentencing. I feel for the other members who attended the same meetings !

Day parole for man who killed convicted pedophile
Posted By: Shuyee Lee slee@astral.com · 11/28/2011 2:03:00 PM

A 28-year-old Montreal man is getting out on day parole, after serving a third of his sentence for killing his neighbour who was a convicted pedophile.

Patrick Bélanger heaved a sigh of relief as the parole board announced its decision after half an hour of deliberation, Bélanger later giving his dad a big hug outside the hearing room.

Bélanger had 25 months left to serve of his three year sentence for manslaughter, less time served in detention. He was drunk and severely beat Leonard Wells after finding kiddie porn on his computer in July 2009. Wells died later in hospital.


Bélanger told the board his first goal was to stay sober and to get his life back on track after a vicious circle of alcohol and drugs such as cocaine and heroin starting at age 11, calling it a sad and disgusting lifestyle. Bélanger said it helped fill a void left by an absent father and a mother who also dealt with drug and alcohol problems.

The parole board granted him day parole, citing Belanger’s low risk of being a repeat offender and his exemplary behaviour at the Ste-Anne-des-Plaines prison. The board said the most striking thing was that Bélanger initiated the process of change even before being incarcerated, such as starting therapy, going to AA meetings and going back to school to study welding.

Belanger will stay in a halfway house, can’t touch drugs or alcohol or be anywhere near a place or people that deal with the substances, and must continue psychological counselling.


KBR Chief Gets Light Sentence For Attending Alcoholics Anonymous In Billion Dollar Bribery Case

In a BILLION dollar bribery case a former chief executive got a light sentence in part because of his attendence at Alcoholics Anonymous meetings! Wow, Alcoholics Anonymous has become so powerful that they can effect sentencing in a
multi billion dollar bribery case. Unbelievable. Sounds like he had AA members march in to testify what a good AA member he was.

Albert Stanley

Halliburton: Ex-KBR Chief Jailed For Bribing Nigerian Officials

HOUSTON — After years of sentencing delays, a former KBR Inc. chief executive received two and a half years in prison Thursday for his role in a scheme to bribe Nigerian government officials in return for $6 billion in engineering and construction contracts.
Albert “Jack” Stanley also must serve three years of probation and pay $1,000 a month in restitution after he is released.
Stanley pleaded guilty in 2008 to conspiring in the decade-long scheme related to the company’s natural gas operations in Nigeria from 1995 to 2004. Stanley was KBR’s chief executive until 2001 and chairman until June 2004.
The 69-year-old spoke to U.S. District Judge Keith Ellison in court Thursday, saying that alcoholism played a role in compromising the traditional American values of hard work, honesty and integrity that he brought to his professional life.
“I lost touch,” he said. “I wish to be very clear that I accept full responsibility for what I have done … and hope to be able to continue to make amends for my past.”
Larry Veselka, Stanley’s lawyer, asked the judge to forgo a prison sentence for Stanley, citing his involvement in Alcoholics Anonymous and mentoring relationships with people in Houston and North Carolina, where Stanley now lives. About two dozen people also attested to Stanley’s volunteer work in court Thursday.
Indeed, Stanley’s sentence is lighter than his plea agreement had outlined, as he had faced the possibility of seven years in prison for violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. A federal presentencing report suggested punishment of three and a half years.