Friday, November 04, 2011

RAHN DENIED PAROLE

 
13WHAM news reports:

Statement from Parole Board:

"It is the determination of this panel that if you were released at this time, there is a reasonable probability that you would not live at liberty without violating the law, and that your release at this time would be incompatible with the welfare of the community.

Discretionary release on parole is not granted merely as a reward for good conduct or positive programming while incarcerated.

This panel is concerned that while you were the police chief - you used your position of public trust to file false documents and to cover up a motor vehicle accident involving personal injury all leading this panel to deny your discretionary release at this time."
  

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I hope Rahnnie boy stays in prison for his entire sentence. The parole board hit the nail on the head with its comments. Thank you parole board. Now I only hope they deny parole for little Piggy and his cohort Joseph too when it is their turn!

Anonymous said...

yet auggie is free

Anonymous said...

as i stated yesterday his parole was denied they will probaly hold him until his cr date of 40 months the only chance that he has in being released earlier is if he hires himself a good attorney and he spills the beans about what really happened during his tenure this would show the board that he is serious about getting his act together by the way n j was in a pc med joint now in a max with only a couple of months to go before the board he is really bad or he is doing some serious talking to somebody

Anonymous said...

They say it is impossible to get parole if you do not admit that you committed a crime. He must have still said he did things but did not commit a crime.

From Queen song "We are the champions":
"I've paid my dues -
Time after time -
I've done my sentence
But committed no crime - "

Anonymous said...

Well I am not surprised that he did not get his parole and I will not be surprised if Rahn does his enitre sentence either.
I don't think that spilling the beans on everyone will change anything either. The time for him to spill the beans was well before he went on trial and if there was something that needed to be said that would have gotten him off, then I am pretty sure he would of done it then.
He claims he is not guilty, he was found guilty and even during sentencing, he had no remorse for his actions and was still trying to say how his team at GPD did not get him the facts. Well, I am glad that Rahn is keeping the faith, more time for him to stay where he belongs.

Anonymous said...

Scats, no comments? Love to know what you think.

SCATS said...

To 11:24PM ~~ I don't believe that keeping him in jail is going to get him to change his views. If I were him, I don't think I'd change mine either. So in the end, letting him out now or later is merely a matter of how long we the taxpayers want to foot the bill for his pricey living accommodations.

Anonymous said...

He knew he was sunk and he must have been coerced or compelled to not turn in the others that were as guilty of the cover-ups as he was. The problems in Greece Police go way before his term as chief. He was controlling the underground at the place before that. There were promises to protect his interests while he was serving this cushy sentence. It is humiliating but he was willing to take it as long as his family was protected. It does not seem like that happened. He was screwed.