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Loren Herzog’s parole delayed

Sentencing error to keep Clements killer in prison for up to 152 days

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Posted: Saturday, July 24, 2010 12:00 am

Loren Herzog will not be released from prison Sunday, due to a clerical error in calculating the convicted killer’s sentence.

At a brief, unscheduled court appearance Friday afternoon, a San Joaquin County Superior Court judge ruled that a clerk had inadvertently given Herzog an extra 152 days of credit. State prison officials then said Herzog’s release date has been pushed back.

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  • Amie smith posted at 6:59 am on Thu, Jul 29, 2010.

    Amie Smith Posts: 5

    I can only say this ...... This is a sick man. also I can not say that i would like to share the same time zone with the gentleman either.never the less this man has done his time . Under your laws, that you made and voted for.if in fact justice was done the moment the judge said court was adjourned. the state of California was so happy with the results of the sentence. What I am trying to say is yes Loren Herzog, also despite his boogie man image .Highly encouraged from todays media .
    ? you can not be convicted of the same crime twice. So for good measure keep you doors locked , your loved ones closer and never take them for granted . the last almost 13 yrs while he was locked up there have been some way out crimes that are far worse or come just as close to home ..
    so instead of making a media frenzy.why don't you conceder this?The next boogie man ... that you arr letting creep on bye..All the while given Loren Herzog, the attention again....
    that is the media JOB is. mask all of whats really going on.....its a punt fake .... but yuppies dont see the bigger side of the manipulation. my heart goes out to the familys that this case effects. truely i can not even understand the pain that they have suffered. but at the same time our system is currupt. you cansay mickey mouse died and I did it .... the next day you are going to jail for the fact you said something . thats hearsay. sad but it too happens.

    thank you
    Amie Smith

     
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