• Conviction - hotntastymale - , Minnesota

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 10/18/2007 5:04 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 10/18/2007 5:04 PM PST

    hotntastymale (12/1/2005 7:04:37 PM): hopefully ur dad will have to work when I come
    appletonschmappleton (12/1/2005 7:04:44 PM): he always work sat
    appletonschmappleton (12/1/2005 7:04:51 PM): open houses n stuf
    hotntastymale (12/1/2005 7:05:52 PM): that would be nice, u ever kiss a boy?
    appletonschmappleton (12/1/2005 7:05:56 PM): sure
    appletonschmappleton (12/1/2005 7:05:57 PM): duh
    hotntastymale (12/1/2005 7:06:42 PM): u ever been naked with a boy?
    appletonschmappleton (12/1/2005 7:06:46 PM): no
    hotntastymale (12/1/2005 7:08:12 PM): u ever touch a guys penis?
    appletonschmappleton (12/1/2005 7:08:19 PM): nope
    appletonschmappleton (12/1/2005 7:08:33 PM): dont know how
    appletonschmappleton (12/1/2005 7:15:48 PM): u got booted huh
    hotntastymale (12/1/2005 7:15:48 PM): Im going to go now, If u have lots of enought mins to last till saturday u can me tonight if u want, we just have to make sure u dad doesn't have a clue about me or I wont be able to see u
    Yeah, that really does say 2005.

    Jay Magnon is dumb and is trying to fight and fight and fight his conviction. He went to trial, which was dumb, and was convicted. Then he tried to appeal his conviction, which is dumb, and his appeal was rejected. Now he's in jail and is still trying to fight his conviction via the appeals process. Whichever lawyer is representing Magnon is making quite a bit of profit for futility, the lucky bastard.

    Magnon is in jail right now, started serving his sentence on September 23rd, 2007. He faces a year in jail provided he acts proper, if he doesn't, it turns into a three year sentence. He then will be on supervised probation and will register as a sex offender.

    Contributor notes from Captain Morgan
    Ladies and gentlemen, meet Jay. After a two day chat, Jay drove several hours from Minnesota to Wisconsin in November of 2005 to meet a 13 year old girl. He showed up at the appointed place and time and was taken into custody immediately. Not a difficult case, right? Yeesh. I have had to testify twice in this case, as has Labaraba.

    Jay was finally required to report to jail on Saturday the 22nd of September to begin serving his three year sentence. (The terms of this sentence are 3 years with 1 year in custody and 2 years on extended supervision.) He was actually convicted in February of this year but the sentence was stayed pending his motion for appeal. This motion was denied after Labaraba and I testified AGAIN a few weeks ago. Magnon’s appeals process continues, but according to the DA, it will probably be “months if not years before all of the briefs are filed and the appellate court makes its decision.” But, being that the judge that denied his motion for conviction relief ran the district branch of the Court of Appeals? Yeah.

    Thank you to the lovely and talented Labaraba, Detective Mike Nofzinger and D.A. Mark Schroeder. I look forward to working with all of you again very soon.


    This is our 231st conviction since June of 2004 and our 110th conviction for 2007 so far.