A judge ruled today that bounty hunter Duane “Dog” Chapman will not receive the $1 million of forfeited bail for capturing convicted rapist and Max Factor heir, Andrew Luster. Instead, the money will go to the Luster’s victims, the police, and district attorney fees. The judge stated, “In my view, you violated state statutes and Mexican statutes, therefore you are not entitled to any restitution.”

WTF!? Since when is breaking the law in Mexico something that judges in Los Angeles gives a shit about? The Dog risked life and limb to bring an arrogant rich motherfucker to justice and I think the Dog should get a bone. Who cares if he broke some Mexican laws, who cares if nobody told him to do it, who cares that he looks like a white Busta Rhymes? Give him the cash!

2 Comments »

  1. And The Dog looks like someone that holds grudges. Bad call for the judge.

    #1 by Jimnice — August 6, 2003 @ 6:43 am

  2. WTF!!! That’s a load of crap! Go figure, the DA’s office, the cops? Of course, the judge gets paid from the same damned payroll! Why not add a nice chunk of change, I’ll bet the DA will be taking the judge out for drinks.
    Andrew Luster would still be running around, hiding from the numbskulled FBI dicks and the fat donut dunking detectives. What about the untold money that the Dog saved us taxpayers. After all, we’re the one’s financing the incompetent law-enforcement that was assigned to bring Luster to justice. I’m surprised that people aren’t up in arms about this. I’m appalled that the judge had the nerve to mention “the victims” along with the cops and the DA. What a shameless son of a bitch!

    #2 by JJ — August 6, 2003 @ 10:24 am

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