The Wages of Stupidity Kate Hunt in Jail

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The Wages of Stupidity Kate Hunt in Jail

Life is full of sur­prises, this is not one of them

State Attor­ney of the 19th Judi­cial Cir­cuit Bruce Colton today took away the plea agree­ment after they uncov­ered that Hunt allegedly gave the under­age girl an iPod touch for the two to secretly com­mu­ni­cate and meet up for dates and sex over the last 6 months.

This revo­ca­tion of the plea deal means if the case goes to trial, Hunt now faces the max­i­mum penalty, plus pos­si­ble addi­tional charges added with the new evidence.

I’m sure there are some who are shocked SHOCKED that after a mere 20,000 vio­la­tions of the no con­tact order and the send­ing of a porn video to her alleged vic­tim that the court might decide to revoke the “no jail no sex offender list” deal.

And if you’re one of the few peo­ple who are in fact shocked by that you might also be shocked by this news…

Sheriff’s spokesper­son Thom Raulen added, “Tonight at approx­i­mately 9pm, Kate Hunt was brought into the county jail by a rep­re­sen­ta­tive from the bail/​bond com­pany which had posted her bond. This was not a result of judi­cial action but rather done at the dis­cre­tion of the bail/​bond agent. (empha­sis mine)

…you should not be. While the 300,000 who signed the free Kate peti­tion or the folks who marched her in the NYC Gay Pride parade or who kicked in a ten spot to her legal defense fund might be upset by these devel­op­ments, they have no skin in the game other than what they have already given.

The bail bonds­man has actual cash on the line, and in the land of real life as opposed to the land of para­noid left­ist activism, Kate Hunt is a bad risk.

Good luck find­ing some­one else to go your bail after you vio­late terms of pre­trial release this flagrantly.

says Robert Stacy McCain as he said in another piece before this devel­op­ment:

Once you knew the facts, you rec­og­nized that the “Free Kate” argu­ment was con­structed entirely of ratio­nal­iza­tions and eva­sions — min­i­miz­ing, jus­ti­fy­ing, blame-​shifting

Which is likely why the cause célèbre has been light on the célèbre side since May and why Katie Hunt is now sit­ting in a Florida jail. And the news that she will be stay­ing there for a while.…:

Bond was revoked after Judge Robert Pegg described evi­dence of Kait­lyn Hunt’s vio­la­tion of her pre­trial release as “over­whelm­ing.” An arraign­ment date was set for the new charges of trans­mit­ting “mate­r­ial harm­ful to minors,” and Hunt was escorted out of the court­room and back to the Indian River County Jail.

…is no sur­prise at all to those pay­ing atten­tion. I’ll tell you one thing, I won’t be sur­prised to find out she there alone for long

Court doc­u­ments show pros­e­cu­tors have evi­dence that not only did Kate Hunt vio­late a court order to avoid her under­age girl­friend, but her mom also pres­sured the alleged vic­tim to tam­per with evidence.

Delete EVERY­THINGPLEASE delete everything..make sure NO ONE finds out you have spo­ken to Kate at all,” pros­e­cu­tors say mom Kel­ley Hunt wrote to the victim.

I won­der if she will be as fast to denounce her plea deal as she was with her daughter’s that is if she is offered one?

Some­how I think not.

Life is full of surprises, this is not one of them

State Attorney of the 19th Judicial Circuit Bruce Colton today took away the plea agreement after they uncovered that Hunt allegedly gave the underage girl an iPod touch for the two to secretly communicate and meet up for dates and sex over the last 6 months.

This revocation of the plea deal means if the case goes to trial, Hunt now faces the maximum penalty, plus possible additional charges added with the new evidence.

I’m sure there are some who are shocked SHOCKED that after a mere 20,000 violations of the no contact order and the sending of a porn video to her alleged victim that the court might decide to revoke the “no jail no sex offender list” deal.

And if you’re one of the few people who are in fact shocked by that you might also be shocked by this news…

Sheriff’s spokesperson Thom Raulen added, “Tonight at approximately 9pm, Kate Hunt was brought into the county jail by a representative from the bail/bond company which had posted her bond. This was not a result of judicial action but rather done at the discretion of the bail/bond agent. (emphasis mine)

…you should not be. While the 300,000 who signed the free Kate petition or the folks who marched her in the NYC Gay Pride parade or who kicked in a ten spot to her legal defense fund might be upset by these developments, they have no skin in the game other than what they have already given.

The bail bondsman has actual cash on the line, and in the land of real life as opposed to the land of paranoid leftist activism, Kate Hunt is a bad risk.

Good luck finding someone else to go your bail after you violate terms of pretrial release this flagrantly.

says Robert Stacy McCain as he said in another piece before this development:

Once you knew the facts, you recognized that the “Free Kate” argument was constructed entirely of rationalizations and evasions — minimizing, justifying, blame-shifting

Which is likely why the cause célèbre has been light on the célèbre side since May and why Katie Hunt is now sitting in a Florida jail.  And the news that she will be staying there for a while….:

Bond was revoked after Judge Robert Pegg described evidence of Kaitlyn Hunt’s violation of her pretrial release as “overwhelming.” An arraignment date was set for the new charges of transmitting “material harmful to minors,” and Hunt was escorted out of the courtroom and back to the Indian River County Jail.

…is no surprise at all to those paying attention.  I’ll tell you one thing, I won’t be surprised to find out she there alone for long

Court documents show prosecutors have evidence that not only did Kate Hunt violate a court order to avoid her underage girlfriend, but her mom also pressured the alleged victim to tamper with evidence.

“Delete EVERYTHING … PLEASE delete everything..make sure NO ONE finds out you have spoken to Kate at all,” prosecutors say mom Kelley Hunt wrote to the victim.

I wonder if she will be as fast to denounce her plea deal as she was with her daughter’s that is if she is offered one?

Somehow I think not.