I read today that Susan LeFevre (that lady that escaped from prison 30 years ago and was caught living under a new name) was released from prison, and given probation by a judge.
I can sympethize with her, and I don't think she deserves to be locked up after starting a new life. That would just screw up her kids and husband.
But does this send the message that if you escape from prison and manage at stay hidden long enough, you'll get away scott free?
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