No way he serves 15 years for that. What nonsense. Seems like they're just trying to make an example. I'm curious who's address was on the package.
Mine had my name, my address. And I wasnt home, It was on my porch.
3 days and no word yet.
This guy is full. of. shit:
Memmo claims he doesn’t remember whether he was present when the delivery was made, or whether he was the one who signed for it.
Bullshit. You order a TV and it shows up you remember. Shows up with an even larger companion you REALLY remember that shit.
“Even if he dropped 10 TVs at my door, I wouldn’t have noticed,” he said.
“I hung the TV with no fear in mind,” he said, “because I didn’t think I’d done anything wrong.”
The bullshit meter just pegged. If he didn't think he'd done anything wrong why'd he research it and then lie to the cops about it?
“But that’s my hard-earned money that I have to pay to defend myself for something that was delivered to my doorstep.”
No, you have to pay your hard earned money to defend yourself because you're a lying asshole and you got caught being a lying asshole.
He may not serve 15 years but his innocence stopped when he refused the phone calls, lied about being home for the delivery, and lied about it being his signature. Then there's this gem: "I don't even watch TV, that's the worst part of it"
yet he ordered a 75 incher and got an 86 incher along with it. Full. Of. Shit.
I'm a little surprised at you Juggsie, you've always been a strong advocate of personal accountability.