Some “Justice” This Is

She keeps a slave for four years and she only has to go to jail for two frikkin’ months??

CENTENNIAL, Colo. – A woman was sentenced to two months in jail Tuesday for effectively stealing the services of an Indonesian woman who prosecutors said was held as a virtual slave for four years.
Sarah Khonaizan, 35, a Saudi citizen who lives in suburban Denver, also was ordered on the theft charge to pay $90,000 in restitution and was ordered not to have any contact with the 24-year-old woman.

Sorry, that’s wrong-wrong-wrong. She should be jailed for at least twice as long as she held that woman.

Her attorney, Forrest Lewis, has said she wants to return to Saudi Arabia and will not fight deportation.

Oh, you bet she wants to return; back in Jihadiville she would probably get a government subsidy to keep indonesians chained up in the basement.
Put her in jail, now, for a long, long time.
Next to her charming husband:

…her husband, Homaidan Al-Turki, 37, was convicted in June of sexually abusing and imprisoning the woman. He faces a federal trial in October on other charges in the case.

8 Responses to “Some “Justice” This Is”

  1. Now THIS is a case for reparations. Everyone concerned is still ALIVE.

  2. Mr. Bingley says:

    I’m sure Jesse’s calling her even now…

  3. Cullen says:

    If our country wasn’t such a land of opportunity, none of these people would be here. If none of these people were here, this horrible event would never have taken place. If this horrible event hadn’t taken place, all parties concerned would be living in rainbow-chocolate river-bunny land happiness.
    I blame Bush.

  4. Susanna says:

    To whom is the $90,000 to be paid?

  5. Mr. Bingley says:

    Gosh, I hope to the indonesian, Susanna. And I hope she sues them in civil court for a heck of a lot more.

  6. Nightfly says:

    What the hell? This isn’t kidnapping? Bastards.

  7. The Jooz, Cullen. Haven’t you learned anything this week?

  8. Dave J says:

    Susanna, it’s restitution so, yes, it’s paid to the victim of the crime. I don’t know how Colorado or the feds handle this, but criminal restitution in Florida is only for quantifiable economic damages, so Bingley is right that a civil suit (for pain and suffering, and punitive damages) should be the next step. That she condescends to say she won’t fight deportation is, of course, ridiculous: she wants to get out of the country as quickly as possible to avoid being served with civil process.

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