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Man says case woke him up

North Side shooting nets 7 years after guilty plea

January 11, 2013

YOUNGSTOWN — Darius Easterly did himself a favor when he pleaded guilty to a shooting, according to his attorney....

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WarrenProud

Jan-11-13 4:51 AM

Once a crook, almost always a crook. He'll do the same when he serves his time.

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eyesonyou2

Jan-11-13 6:50 AM

Nice criminal record, it pales in comparison to many other thuggys and is a good case for our legislature to enact a three strikes and life in prison law.

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Zenieth

Jan-11-13 7:55 AM

It too easy to tell people what they want to hear. People can change but actions are stronger than words. If indeed this his a wake up call only time will tell. I'm for supporting those whom possess the desire the change. The fact is that you can not help someone who doesn't want help. I also DO NOT agree that once your brandished with a title, you always keep that title. Why? I know several success stories that make me proud!

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EarlyRiser

Jan-11-13 8:29 AM

They all say that and find religon, Then their mama's, sisters, brothers, aunt's. uncle's and ect. come out saying what a good boy he is, yada, yada, blah, blah, blah. Lock him up for a long time he will go right back to the szme when he gets out.

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EarlyRiser

Jan-11-13 8:30 AM

oops szme =same sorry

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Billdog

Jan-11-13 10:08 AM

Six months of staying out of trouble with a history of 19 years of being a burden on society constitutes change? Giving credit for his short time of doing what he should have been doing all his life, If I was the judge I still would have had to hand down a minimum of 10-20. Multiple weapons violation and violent history in system would have led my decision. Good luck sir and truly hope you have learned your lesson.

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AFRET1

Jan-11-13 3:55 PM

Praise the Lord! I have seen the light!

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Ihateusblues

Jan-11-13 9:26 PM

Only time will tell. The most powerful driving force on our planet is human will. Judge Mathis turned his life around so did some other's like Charles Dutton, hopefully he would change but I'll let "time" be the judge.

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tinkerbell

Jan-11-13 11:56 PM

There are people who change it's all in the person. Atleast he is admitting his faults and not making any excuses.

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