For the first time that I know of, a newspaper story about the fraternity members who killed and ate a pet Koi included a photograph of the crime. Last week, the "ringleader" of the group was sent to jail when a judge learned that he had attended one of 50 AA meetings and one community service assignment. The photo is hard to look at, but it is included in the on-line version. Casey Loop got 45 days, and one part of the sentence that I particularly like is that Judge Almquist sent him immediately to jail from the hearing: no, he couldn't move his car, arrange his affairs, or call a lawyer.
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