Jared, Subway’s former pitchman gets pitched for over 15 years!

Posted onNovember 19, 2015
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UPDATED!
Jared is being sent to Henderson County Detention Center in Henderson KY tonight!
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Jared Fogle (C) is led from federal court in Indianapolis, Indiana August 19, 2015. REUTERS/Susan Guyett

Jared Fogle (C) is led from federal court in Indianapolis, Indiana August 19, 2015. REUTERS/Susan Guyett

Ex-Subway pitchman sentenced to 15-1/2 years on child sex charges – Yahoo News

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INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) – Former Subway sandwich chain pitchman Jared Fogle on Thursday was sentenced to 15-1/2 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to child pornography and sex charges. Fogle, who became famous after losing weight on a diet that included sandwiches from the fast-food chain, agreed in August to a deal with prosecutors under which he would plead guilty to charges of child pornography and traveling for illicit paid sex with minors.     [hmtad name=”Adsense Unit 1″ align=”center”] Excerpt:

Fogle cried during his statement before sentencing, saying his wife and children would never get over this.

“You gave your wife $7 million, she’ll be okay,” Pratt responded.

For more go here: YAHOONews

SLAYER’s New Music video “Repentless” (GRAPHIC)

Posted onSeptember 11, 2015
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I sometimes simply amaze myself. One minute I am listening to Tex Ritter’s “Hillbilly Heaven” and the next I am listening to SLAYER! lol! For guys in the mid 50’s SLAYER is still kicking ass and taking names. Album, tour and repeat!

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Here it is.. “GRAPHIC”

/Band: Tom Araya, Kerry King

Prison riot breaks out during Slayer’s performance LEFT TO RIGHT/Band: Tom Araya, Kerry King

 

From Blabbermouth:

SLAYER‘s video for “Repentless” — the title track of the band’s new album — can be seen below. The clip was filmed on August 26 at the Sybil Brand Institute, the women’s prison in East Los Angeles. While SLAYER performed the track under that punishing sun over an eight-hour period, the “prisoners” had to stage a riot for somewhere north of twelve takes before director BJ McDonnell finally called it a wrap. But that was all pretty much in keeping with McDonnell‘s brutal vision for the clip, a vision that many in the veteran cast and crew referred to as “more like something for a feature film than a rock band’s music video.”
Read more at http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/video-premiere-slayers-repentless/#z5QgxZr0ZY5X3d2Y.99

 

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