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And you still haven’t addressed how it would be helpful to not allow celebrity status to be used when providing any degree of leniency in a case. If celebrity status can’t be used, what else shouldn’t?? What exactly could an “average joe” present as mitigating , if being in a60 Years Of Keith Richards 1960 2020 Signature Shirt?! For the record, he’s admitted to using hashish and marijuana. But if we put every white person who uses marijuana in jail, we’d run out of jails and have to have companies build more and pay them by allowing prison labor to be leased out. Hell, I remember that. I live in Oshawa. As a stoner back then we wanted to go to that concert but it was not to be. Sold out before we even heard about it. It was a weird sentence for sure.