|GarrisonMiniatures ||23 Jan 2014 7:31 a.m. PST|
America generally seems to kick people out (or not let them in) if they have a criminal record so
'Justin Bieber has had several run-ins with police in recent years'
'In 2013, the singer was asked to remove graffiti he had left on the wall of a hotel in Australia. That came a month after he was charged in Brazil over a similar offence.'
'Justin Bieber has been arrested in Miami accused of drag racing and driving under the influence of alcohol, marijuana and prescription drugs.'
Question: Why hasn't he been deported yet, and why was he let into the US anyway? Certainly I've seen accounts in the newspapers before when people haven't been allowed in foir far less.
| Doms Decals ||23 Jan 2014 7:40 a.m. PST|
Run ins with the police, and even charges, isn't the same as a criminal record. I'm not sure that he's actually been *convicted* of anything. Being a isn't in itself a crime
|ArchiducCharles ||23 Jan 2014 8:03 a.m. PST|
WE DONT WANT HIM BACK!!
(speaking for all Canadians)
| Pictors Studio ||23 Jan 2014 8:06 a.m. PST|
They let Ozzy back in and he peed on the Alamo.
| John the OFM ||23 Jan 2014 8:21 a.m. PST|
After the Miami authorities are done with him, send him in a sealed train where he can face charges of vandalizing a neighbor's home in LA.
Then let Keyshawn Johnson have a hear to heart with him.
THEN deport him. Consider it revenge for burning Washington in 1814.
| Patrick R ||23 Jan 2014 9:28 a.m. PST|
Proclaim him 27 by act of Congress and lock him up in a room with an industrial supply of heroine, meth, coke and booze and make sure it's airtight just in case.
| Doms Decals ||23 Jan 2014 9:40 a.m. PST|
Nice idea, but I think only the talented ones go at 27
|Terrement ||23 Jan 2014 10:03 a.m. PST|
Snot nosed punk. Maybe only the talented ones go at 27 but hey, we don't want to be discriminatory in that regard, do we?
|ming31 ||23 Jan 2014 10:17 a.m. PST|
I am SHOCKED , that he could do such a thing
|nazrat||23 Jan 2014 11:14 a.m. PST|
Millionaires are rarely punished for acting like idiots. This douche will be no different and I think this is just the start in a long career of making an ass of himself/breaking the law and getting away with it.
|kreoseus2 ||23 Jan 2014 12:13 p.m. PST|
Imagine if he went to prison, they would use him as currency. :)
|mad monkey 1||23 Jan 2014 1:11 p.m. PST|
Biebercoin. Accepted in prisons everywhere.
| John the OFM ||23 Jan 2014 3:22 p.m. PST|
He will do fine in prison. His posse is very willing to spend his money on getting him everything he wants. He could never have rented the Lamborghini with an expired license. One of his posse did. (I would not like to be the employee of that rental agency, by the way, answering to his boss. He knew who it was really for.)
He will just pay in advance for the Aryan Brotherhood to protect him behind bars. It's easily arranged, if you have the money.
Of course they will shake him down for more halfway through, but that's HIS problem.
He will emerge with his orifices about as intact as they were when he went in. He just better not have spent all his money.
|Bunkermeister ||23 Jan 2014 8:04 p.m. PST|
Minor offenses like vandalism don't generally prevent someone from entry into the United States. Major, felony crimes, like robbery or burglary usually do prevent entry.
Mike Bunkermeister Creek
SGT Says blog
| Ditto Tango 2 3 ||24 Jan 2014 7:03 a.m. PST|
Please don't send him back. Find the Lyubov Orlova*, the "ship of cannibal rats about to terrorize the UK" and drop him from a helicopter onto it. Give him a couple hundred crates of eggs and he won't get bored. Let em drift.
* link – we fed the stranded crew here for nearly a year before Russia made any attempt to help its citizens return home. Then someone bought it for scrap, tried to tow it south and the Atlantic waves broke it loose. The Canadian Coast Guard dragged it out of our shipping zones and then rather irresponsibly let it loose.
|Cerdic ||24 Jan 2014 11:24 a.m. PST|