They Felon Love... [Pic]

Submitted by: twenty12 7 years ago in Funny

You picked a winner, lady.
There are 61 comments:
Male 275
well, imlaramarie, that doesn`t mean they can`t still be in love :)
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Female 154
they look like brother and sister
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Male 177
Awww, and she`s a good christian girl.
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Female 3,828
omg the caption made me groan out loud, awaking my cat. That cheesy.
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Male 663
it`s a county jail. not a prison.
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Female 301
her necklace just ties the whole picture together
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Male 6,694
I got nothing.
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Female 5,222
whoa.. he kinda looks like brad pitt.. XD
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Female 491
@nospoons He looks like someone smashed Brad Pitt`s face into a desk and it swelled up.
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Female 298
@ignotus "what other reasons are there for going to a prison in order to get a inmate to pose for a pic with you trough the bulletproof glass?"

perhaps it`s her brother, a good friend, cousin? ...could be anyone really...
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Male 184
Am I the only one who thinks he looks like a fatter, more addicted to drugs Brad Pitt?
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Male 2,528
Does anyone else see the irony in the necklace the girl chose to wear?

The was nothing more than the great grandfather of the electric chair. Prisoners were put to death on it!
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Male 58
hootie12: what other reasons are there for going to a prison in order to get a inmate to pose for a pic with you trough the bulletproof glass?

unless you just wanna scare your parents.
"Hey mom & dad, just wanted you to know, this is the parent of your grandchild"


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Female 23
N`awwwww
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Female 71
weak post, nothing in this picture indicates they are "in love"
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Male 1,184
Pizza, polygraphs are highly inaccurate, so that could be the "shaky," but "standard operating procedure" doesn`t exist for detectives...so whoever told you it`s a shaky case also doesn`t particularly care about you.

I don`t know where you live, but I wouldn`t trust any of the people in law enforcement there. They seem rather corrupt.
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Male 145
Classy.
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Male 2,788
how cute.
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Male 302
Maybe it is her brother..?
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Female 3,562
Pizza, you really should at least attempt to sue. At the very least it`ll scare the cops that did this to you away from pulling crap like that. Even if you lose, you`ll make a point, and if you win hopefully they`ll be fired. It`s not just about you, those cops are going to do that again and probably did it before you. They just want to look good for solving a case that they don`t even attempt to actually solve, and they couldn`t care less about the consequences if they`re wrong.
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Male 102
@pizzaroll
You have the state by the balls in that scenario, if that is all the facts of the case.

If you really want to fire back at the state and reaffirm your rights as stated under the constitution, study up on Common Law, what a Court of Record is and how it`s conducted, and the 8th amendment of the Constitution as it pertains to that bail set at $300,000.00

Most lawyers learn statutory law, rather statutes and codes, rather than the real law of the land as prescribed by Article 3 of the Constitution which is Common Law.

A website to read more into this is www.1215.org
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Male 5,189
Dun dun dunnn.
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Male 232
After three and a half months, the bastard that was really making the calls started using the phone again. They brought his ass in and the state attorney contacted my attorney to let him know that I "may be wrongfully incarcerated". I was finally cleared to take a polygraph (lie detector) test. I passed, of course, and was released on the same day. I never got an apology from the county. When I attempted to sue for time spent wrongfully imprisoned and the massive attorney fees, I was told that it would be a very shaky case that would we would be unlikely at best to win. Apparently, the detectives had followed proper operating procedure. Which is of course absolute bullsh*t. I love this country, but I hate the government. The United States government is a disease, a f*cking virus that just feeds on peoples lives. Just thinking about it fills me with intense rage and hatred. That is only from three and a half months of that poo. I can`t imagine what this man is going through.
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Male 260
She looks like an uglier version of my ex :(
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Male 2,748
wow... at least they love each other?
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Male 232
@Norts, Damn, I should have realized that. Now I feel a bit silly sharing all of that. But as you can see, what I said about the rage is true. As soon as I saw that I just started seeing red.
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Male 232
After three and a half months, the bastard that was really making the calls started using the phone again. They brought his ass in and the state attorney contacted my attorney to let him know that I "may be wrongfully incarcerated". I was finally cleared to take a polygraph (lie detector) test. I passed, of course, and was released on the same day. I never got an apology from the county. When I attempted to sue for time spent wrongfully imprisoned and the massive attorney fees, I was told that it would be a very shaky case that would we would be unlikely at best to win. Apparently, the detectives had followed proper operating procedure. Which is of course absolute bullsh*t. I love this country, but I hate the government. The United States government is a disease, a f*cking virus that just feeds on peoples lives. Just thinking about it fills me with intense rage and hatred. That is only from three and a half months of that poo. I can`t imagine what this man is going through.
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Male 486
pizzaroll, that article was from The Onion, a fake news website. The article is not real.
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Male 232
I offered to take a lie detector test, or anything else required to show it was not me. My father and uncle were home that night and both knew I had never made a phone call during that night. Also, the phone that made the calls was a trak phone from Wal-mart, which does not have to be registered to someones name. Wal-mart has an extensive video surveillance system with high detail digital cameras. They could probably read the time off your watch. The phone`s activation date was retrieved from the phone company, and also the store that the phone was bought from. They could have easily watched the surveillance tapes to prove my innocence, but they never even tried. Also, my brother had heard them trying to strong arm me into a confession. As you can see, there was pretty overwhelming proof that I did not do it. They set my bail at 300,000 dollars, to make sure that I couldn`t get out until a trial.
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Male 232
I unfortunately was ignorant of my rights at that point, so when they threatened to put me in jail to await trial "for as much as 6 months", I went ahead and signed a confession. It was a video confession, and in the video the detective who interrogated me can be clearly seen coaching me through the confession on what to say. On top of that, there was a recording of the second bomb threat because it was placed to the police station. After the confession they took me to jail, which I had been assured would not happen. I spent three and a half months pleading my innocence, as being put in jail awakened me from my ignorance and showed me the ugly truth of my situation. I had to sell my car, and my dad helped me out with some money for an attorney. He listened to the tape before meeting me, and he watched the confession video. The voices were totally different. I do not have a thick southern accent, nor a very deep voice...
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Male 232
Firstly, I am absolutely appalled and disgusted with the way that article showed such disrespect to that man. Mainly, because I`ve been through what he`s going through, only, not nearly as long. Several years ago I was working at KFC. I got fired from there and several days later they received a bomb threat. The employee who answered said that it sounded like me, and told the police about my recent termination. They came to my house at 1 in the morning and questioned me for 15 minutes before even telling me what had happened or why they were there. Eventually they left, but a week after that two detectives came to my house and started verbally abusing me in my front yard. They were attempting to coerce a confession out of me, for something I had not even done. They had nothing saying it was me other than that one employee. On top of all this, the court house in my county had also received a similar bomb threat from the same phone number....
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Male 1,596
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Male 1,596
he might be wrongly imprisoned you know, it does happen
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Male 1,013
Picked 2 winners. Dude incarcerated and a huge cross, which most likely wasnt the way Jeebus was hung. the fake person Jeebus was pro;lly hung on a T, not a cross
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Male 877
catlikegrace
Female, 18-29, Western US
504 Posts Monday, July 5, 2010 4:11:24 PM
I`m not usually very good at seeing how people resemble each other, so I may be completely wrong...but I think these two are brother and sister. They have the same eyes.



maybe onto something...
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Male 3,310
Looks like he is serving his time and no face tats yet so there may be hope. Aw crap, if you look close, he has knuckle tats.
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Male 2,893
What a fu*king loser.
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Male 105
Hirr Hirr,, Felon love
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Male 124
"That`s okay...with Jebus on my side, I can CHANGE him!" Sigh.
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Male 325
nonononono, shes the one in jail
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Female 486
I`m not usually very good at seeing how people resemble each other, so I may be completely wrong...but I think these two are brother and sister. They have the same eyes.
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Male 39,538
a sign to dump your boyfriend
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the Prison Entrance sign
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Male 316
Haha I get it! :D
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Male 79
she looks like a dirty chav and i bet he`s "innocent"
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Male 222
This is what happens when you turn 18 before your girlfriend does. Always date older girls until you turn 18, your criminal record will thank you.
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Male 25,417
Awwww...
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Male 3,842
I don`t get it. So she is visiting her boyfriend, who is in prison. Is it funny because she`s wearing a big ass Christian cross around her neck?
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Male 62
nice pun. does that happen alot or does he get a new bf in jail.
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Male 11,739
Is that Troy Aikman?
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Female 56
I got a Christmas card like that once.
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Male 1,590
They should use that pic on their Christmas cards.
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Female 2,289
wow he looks like so much like someone i know it`s almost spooky
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Female 477
llol
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Male 15,510
They are soulmates
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Male 3,285
Funny thing is everyone makes mistakes, and you have zero knowledge of why he is in there. So saying she picked a winner liek its a joke means nothing. Especially when there are much worse people that arent in jail/
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Male 167
I think I know that dude.
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Male 1,357
LMAO! like the baby photo
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Male 970
nothing to see here,
move along...
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Female 3,696
Hey now...don`t be silly! Maybe they were together before and she`s visiting? Nothing wrong with standing by your man.
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Male 2,688
Just because you`re in jail doesn`t mean you`re a horrible human being that doesn`t deserve some form of love... You`re still human...
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Male 50
Link: They Felon Love... [Pic] [Rate Link] - You picked a winner, lady.
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