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The FBI agent who stole drug money to buy cars and plastic surgery for wife is sentenced. Should he receive a harsher sentence because he abused the public trust?

The FBI agent who stole drug money to buy cars and plastic surgery for wife is sentenced. Should he receive a harsher sentence because he abused the public trust?
  • Yes, the FBI agent or Police officer shloud be trustees

    The police officers working in the field they have to be always vigilant and they should always try hard to apply the law on the people and on themselves because the committed mistake Affect more community, because a lot of kids and people take the Police officer as there highest ideals.

  • Yes, he should receive a harsher sentence because he abused the public trust.

    Yes, he should receive a harsher sentence because he abused the public trust. He stole drug money to spend on his loved ones, but this money wasn't necessary. If it was money to help pay for surgery or something else extremely necessary, then his sentence should be reduced. However, his actions led to prosecutors dropping charges in a dozen other cases, which is bad for society.

  • Yes, he is not a trustworthy man.

    He has more than likely already got enough money to buy those things, without having to abuse the general public's hard earned money. He should be fired, punished and blacklisted. Fraudulent individuals like this cannot be trusted to do anything and should be treated as common thieves. Just because he had a good job does not mean he should get better treatment than anyone else, no matter what good he has ever done in the world.

  • No, the FBI agent who stole drug money should not receive a harsher sentence because he abused the public trust.

    The court sentenced the FBI agent who stole drug money according to the existing laws regarding sentencing requirements. Sentencing is a complicated and complex issue in which the judge must consider not only evidence, legal guidelines and confessions but also the willingness of the defendant to cooperate in ongoing investigations. Judges cannot arbitrarily impose harsher sentences on individuals based upon who they are or what they do. All of us are subject to the same laws and should be judged accordingly.


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