Not Too Bright: Convicted Felon Gets Six Extra Years In Prison For Profanity Laced Tirade Leveled Against Judge At Sentencing
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Convicted felon gets added time tacked onto his sentence after unleashing a profanity laced tirade on the judge, in reaction to his initial sentencing.
Graphic: Manson Bryant is no stranger to the Lake County Court of Common Pleas, and he certainly won't be forgotten anytime soon after this profanity-laced rant. https://t.co/eK07xkkY2W
— Cleveland 19 News (@cleveland19news) March 18, 2019
Manson was convicted of “aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery, kidnapping and abduction.”
Turns out, Manson was a picture of civility until he learned his fate. That’s when the REAL Manson made his appearance.
But when Lucci sentenced him to 22 years in prison, Bryant lashed out in an expletive-laden diatribe.
“Twenty-two years? Man, f-ck your courtroom, you racist ass b-tch,” Bryant yelled, according to WOIO. “F*ck your courtroom, man. You racist as f-ck. Twenty-two f-cking years? Racist ass b-tch. You ain’t sh-t.”
As a result, Lucci decided to add six more years to Bryant’s sentence.