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November 22, 2005

Since 2002, over 2 million Americans or about one citizen in every 142 US residents is in prison. The ongoing debate has always been about whether time in jail leads to rehabilitation or merely recidivism.

An article by Ken Ritter for the Associated Press proves a person’s past crimes may lead to complications even if she does try to straighten out her life. He writes about poor Heidi Fleiss who besides having excessive plastic surgery (my opinion, not Ken’s) her patience may end up being stretched to its limit like her face already is by her latest endeavor to become a contributing member of society. Prostitution is legal in the part of Nevada where Heidi explains, "I am opening up a stud farm. I am going to have the sexiest men on earth. Women are going to love it.” Alas, sweet, sweet Heidi may have her honest, hard working dreams dashed, since as a convicted felon released from a California prison in 1999 after serving 21 months for money laundering, tax evasion and attempted pandering, she might not qualify to hold the license required to run a legal brothel.

An interesting Catch-22, Ms. Fleiss’ misbehavior was due in part to prostitution being illegal in California. There was no legitimate way to claim enormous profits running an illegal brothel hence needing to launder money, hide revenue from taxes, etc. Now that she wants to follow the proper legal route, she might not succeed because of her original misdeeds. I wonder if Heidi’s new boss, Joe Richards will keep her on as Madame Hostess of Cherry Patch Ranch or if Heidi will be put out to pasture for having previously grazed on the greener but forbidden fields of Beverly Hills. My heart goes out to Heidi, since she can’t seem to learn right for having done wrong. Sometimes life is unfair even to C-list celebrities.

Posted by Will Peters at November 22, 2005 1:16 AM

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