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Beth Chapman Explains How Taxpayers Paid Jerry Sandusky's Bond (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 18th 2011 12:30AM
Beth Chapman, 'The Rosie Show'Beth Chapman may be a reality television star on 'Dog the Bounty Hunter,' but that's only her second gig. Her primary occupation is as a bail bondsman, so who better to explain how the taxpayers wound up footing the bill for Jerry Sandusky's release on 'The Rosie Show' (Weeknights, 7PM ET on OWN).

Chapman explained that Sandusky got a PR bond, which is usually reserved for first-time offenders of minor "scuffles." It gets suspicious when you consider that this was done on a Saturday and with a judge associated with Sandusky's charity presiding. Thus, the outrage that has occurred this week, or "the pack of wild moms," as Chapman called them, and Rosie O'Donnell is proudly a part of.

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What the hell are you talking about Yaki. The Chapmans have cared for people more than you will ever in your whole life. They are genuine people who work hard for their money. They have helped more people on drugs and they could help you with your crack smoking as well. Poor islanders, you are so full of ****.

November 19 2011 at 12:16 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Yea well the people paid or all your trashy family members stint in prison and jail to so shut your pie hole Meth Crackman and just stay in Hawaii so you don't contaiminate the gene pool like your family has done to the poor Islanders..

November 19 2011 at 10:22 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

I don't know how bonds work in other states but in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania a bond is only set to ensure that an individual will appear for court. Bond in the Commonwealth may not be used as a punishment it may only be used to ensure appearance. This type of crime is second only to murder in seriousness, but it must be kept in mind that our system of justice works on the idea that an accused person is presumed innocent until the charges are proven in a court of law. To date no evidence has been offerred under oath in a court room and no verdict has been rendered on these charges. All we have is rumor and inuendo from news media and talk shows. Lets wait until the evidence has been presented in a court room -- once the out come of the trial has been reached then the presumption of innonece is removed and punishment takes place. I have been asked over the years why we have court trials with juries -- why not just punish without the courts and juries. The talk show hosts and news media looking for ratings answer that question -- Our Founding Fathers put these steps in place to end mob, government or emotional rulings -- Remember, Justice may not always be fair -- but it is always Justice. Lets convict these offenders in a court of law before we start building the gallows.

November 19 2011 at 9:59 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

I too am bail bond person and Beth is entirely right. Shame on the judge she should recuse herself from the case due to her involvement in the charity. Shame on her !!!!!!!!!!

You go Beth and Rosie.

November 18 2011 at 5:56 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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