Friday, July 5, 2019

Jarrod Bacon's statutory release revoked



CBC is reporting that mama's boy Jarred Pigsh*t Bacon has had his statutory release revoked because he tested positive for cocaine. "In 2012, Bacon was sentenced to 12 years in prison, minus time served, for smuggling 100 kilograms of cocaine. He was supposed to serve nine years before being eligible for statutory release but was released early, in February 2017 due to a clerical error. He landed back in a maximum security prison after breaking the conditions of his release and again received statutory release in June 2018. In December of last year, Bacon was again found to be in violation of his release conditions after testing positive for cocaine. "Before that event, the caseworkers had doubts about your sobriety," said the board decision, adding that "instead of seeking help, you took steps to actively hide your consumption."

This pathetic loser is like unto Jody York - hopeless. Some people never grow up. He is anything but notorious. The Bacon brothers were yuppies from the suburbs who lived with their parents. Nobody in Surrey liked them. Jonathan was a preppy ass b*tch in bed with Larry Amero from the get go. Jamie was a brainless ork. Jarrod was just an angry young man who did drugs. Nobody cares about him. In 2017 he was too afraid to go to a halfway house thinking he's be killed.

Natural justice will take care of this one. He's too much of a heat bag to sell for the club any more. Now he's just another drug user without a job. Where do you think that's going to take him?

8 comments:

  1. When these young men entered their "chosen trade" at the time, wondered how they would have done had they gone for post secondary education. They did have organization skills at some level. What if they had been re-directed?

    Recall media reports of the time suggesting the parents were/had been employed in reasonable working class occupations. What happened has always been my question. To go from high school students to gangsters who created mayhem and murder all around them.

    The young man obviously has not learnt much. In my opinion there are larger issues at work here and psychological help and addiction treatment are called for. If he is unwilling, of course there isn't much the system can do. One wonders how much of an influence were the parent, peers, the time. it might make an interesting case study for a psychology student doing a masters degree. it might make an interesting case study, so that this type of thing might be prevented in the future.

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    1. "an interesting case study for a psychology student doing a masters degree?" AYFKM? The guy is a POS. A university student would get more useful information dissecting a maggot because that is all he is. The parents did have good jobs and they were completely culpable. They were greedy yuppies. That is all. They're not worth anyone's time to study. The moral of the story is simple: Grow the f*ck up.

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  2. lol... u got it right Dennis

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  3. I hear what you're saying.

    In my opinion, it frequently is worth some one's time to "study" a situation such as this because perhaps we might learn what drives these young men. It can't all be greed or if it is, what makes them so greedy.

    Yes, it is time for him to grow up, but it still puzzles me why some "grow up" and others don't. Having seen things like this since I was a teenager, it always made me wonder, how did some kids I grew up with become pimps, drug dealers from families very similar to all the others. Some of them died because of the life style.

    What amazes me is some of the case you write about, when criminals are still at it at in their late 50, and on. omg just plain old drug dealers, they're not smart or have risen.

    Once upon a time I can recall men in Greater Vancouver who were "criminals" but they didn't deal drugs and they still made money and lived more normal lives than what we see today.

    oh, well they live by the sword and they will most likely die by the sword.

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    1. It's called greed. It's like these ridiculous old men who obsess over strippers and blow when they are married and have kids. They never grew up.

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  4. My question, most likely will never be answered, because as you say, Its greed and they never grew up. My question is why? what happened. I know very well some people never have enough money even though they have all the bells and whistles in life, but still never thing to be charitable. Perhaps its their sense of entitlement.

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    1. Entitlement, yes but greed is the answer. Some people are consumed with greed, others aren't. It's really that simple. Sure him being a yuppie was part of it but it all boils down to selfishness and greed. It always does.

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  5. Rap music makes selling drugs and thug life cool for the kids! Positive role models are a thing of the past. Now they idolize Lil Squeegee. Investing money and spending wisely, post secondary education, work ethics, raising a family; That's all bitch made. No,you want to be cool and get all the girls? Become a drug dealer, then addict, then die alone with no pension plan.

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