Lil Wayne

Jimmy Carlton Winfrey was sentenced to serve 10 years in prison for shooting up rap mogul Li'l Wayne's tour bus.

Gossip tabloid TMZ reports Winfrey pled guilty to 6 of the 27 counts after shooting at Wayne's tour bus in Cobb County, north of Atlanta, last April.

No one on the tour bus was injured.

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President Barack Obama's executive orders are getting more ridiculous the longer he stays in office. His latest "initiative" calls for the release of over 6,000 criminals from federal prisons over the next few days.

In a speech at Rutgers University on Tuesday, Obama explained that he is releasing 6,000 career criminals back onto the streets to right a social wrong through his "criminal justice reform" program.

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APS cheating scandal

Fulton County Georgia Superior Court Judge Jerry Baxter sentenced 10 of the 11 convicted Atlanta Public Schools educators to serve time in prison and home confinement during an emotionally intense sentencing hearing this morning.

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convicted teachers hearing

Today is the day 10 of the 11 convicted former educators receive their sentences from Superior Court Judge Jerry Baxter.

Judge Baxter, who is white, ordered the 10 black teachers jailed immediately after a jury convicted them of violating the RICO statute on April 1. RICO charges are usually reserved for organized crime mob figures.

WSB TV has provided live feed of the sentencing hearing from the Fulton County Courthouse.

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Teresa Giudice covers Us Weekly

Reality TV star Teresa Giudice posed for a family portrait behind bars at the formidable FCI Danbury prison in Danbury, Connecticut, where she is serving a 15-month sentence for wire fraud, mail fraud, and bankruptcy fraud, and other white-collar crimes.

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Apollo Nida

According to Radar Online, convicted white collar criminal Apollo Nida has become withdrawn and depressed inside his 6x9 foot prison cell at the Federal Medical Center in Lexington, Kentucky, where he is serving 8 years for bank fraud and identity theft.

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