Friday, June 08, 2007

Judge Michael T. Sauer Is The Man Of The Hour

Hee hee! Ha ha! Tra la la! Huzzah! P-Hole Hilton has been dragged back to court in handcuffs! From the Associated Press:
Paris Hilton was ordered to appear in court Friday instead of calling in from home, yet another reversal in her twisted path toward serving time on a probation violation.

The decision by Superior Court Judge Michael T. Sauer was announced by court spokesman Allan Parachini shortly before the start of a hearing that could put the 26-year-old hotel heiress behind bars again for violating probation in a reckless driving case.

"Judge Sauer has instructed the Sheriff's Department to go to Ms. Hilton's residence, pick her up and bring her here. That is happening now," Parachini told reporters outside the courthouse.

Hilton appeared to be in handcuffs when she was placed into a black-and-white patrol car, which sped away from her home with lights flashing as news helicopters followed.

Early Friday, Parachini announced that Hilton would be allowed to take part in the hearing by telephone. He said he understood that was her attorney's desire and it was not unusual for phones to be used in misdemeanor cases.

Outside the courthouse, people on other business stopped to gawk at news cameras. One of them was Moses Baltazar who was attempting to clear up his own traffic ticket. He said he was no fan of Hilton, noting she once tipped him only a dollar when he worked as a valet, even though he helped keep paparazzi away from her.

He also said there was no excuse for her flouting the law. "Driving like that, you have to behave. If you're rich, you have money, you have to respect yourself," he said, adding he thinks she should be returned to jail.

Moses Baltazar, you speak for an entire nation! Now if the judge can just get her bony, vermin-encrusted ass back in a jail cell, all will be right with the universe once more...


Anonymous said...

Sauer should be in jail, not Hilton, for gross disproportionate handling of this case.

Anonymous said...

This man/judge has lost it, while in a responsible position. That is not good !

jennifer said...

Hey, everyone, check out the above comments--it looks like P-Hole has access to the interwebs in jail!

Anonymous said...

Sauer handled the case quite properly. If Hilton can do the crime, Hilton can do the time. She's just lucky he credited her the time she already served.