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Steven Russell interview

Postby cotton » Sun Sep 06, 2009 1:19 am

I love you Phillip Morris: a conman's story

Steven Russell – currently serving a 144-year sentence – is an inveterate conman who has made a series of daring jail breaks to rejoin his lover. As his story is brought to the screen, starring Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor, he talks from his prison cell to Elizabeth Day

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Postby fluffy » Sun Sep 06, 2009 8:53 am

how on earth does a con-man get a 144 year prison term when killers get less???????
and why on earth is the poor bloke in solitary??..........he's not killed or tortured anyone!..........his human rights are being seriously compromised.......... :x

thanks for posting that Cotton....... :D
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Postby cotton » Sun Sep 06, 2009 3:48 pm

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WOW

Postby BigFanJimCarrey23 » Mon Sep 07, 2009 2:57 am

a 144 years in prison WoW! what can you do behind bars for 144 years WOW
I'm in LOVE with him and I Feel Fine
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Something just doesn't seem right...

Postby Canadian Jayne » Tue Sep 08, 2009 2:16 pm

Look at the guys that shafted people for millions of $,

Why does this take more prescedence over a murderer or abuser.
I bet if they had him work on the problem with solving
the Afganistan War problem
he'd come up with a solution.
He has a great brain
If he used it where it is most needed.
If he solved the problem, would they give him a reprieve or...
if he paid back the money that he had taken would he be able to
get out?
Isn't theft about restitution,
lies about telling the truth and trying to make things right again?
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Postby fluffy » Tue Sep 08, 2009 8:37 pm

i think the justice system are using him to set an example.........he made a fool of their security set up and they want to make him pay for the arrogance of exposing their weaknesess.
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I'd rather have him on my side than not.

Postby Canadian Jayne » Tue Sep 08, 2009 10:09 pm

Maybe Canada should vie for him and
give him a job in the Candian version of the CIA
He sounds pretty smart, would make a great
undercover guy.
I bet he could find out some good info.
There are alot more shaddy business men who have manipulated
the consumer and stolen millions from millions.
Why not put his talents to good use that is if he wanted to.
Maybe he is happy where he is.
Who knows.
The Justice system should admit their mistake and move on.
If this guy is able to restore what he messed up why not get him
to work for you, unless their afraid he will shaft them even then.
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