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Santo Domingo.- Dominican Republic’s most famous inmate on Friday again asked the court’s and society’s clemency for her part in the money-laundering case of her paramour, Puerto Rican kingpin Jose Figueroa Agosto.

Sobeida Felix stood before San Cristóbal sentencing judge Willy de Jesus Nuñez to request her release on parole, for which the court set another hearing to hand down a ruling January 30.

She cited her mother’s illness, among other reasons, to request her release on parole.

Felix is serving five years on a money laundering conviction in connection with drug trafficking by Figueroa’s network.

The prosecution meanwhile, argued that Felix has yet to repay for her damage caused to society.

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Written by: BASTA, 17 Jan 2014 1:20 PM
From: Dominican Republic, =Ghetto/Legalize Drugs/Free abortions for all Never Confuse Education with Intelligence
The prosecution meanwhile, argued that Felix has yet to repay for her damage caused to society.== And that queer swine and his wife fly free. Guess we should thank god for the PLd
Written by: Perception, 17 Jan 2014 1:44 PM
From: United States
"Defiance to State of Law".


Knownly.!!!



Justice.***
Written by: JHCL2016, 17 Jan 2014 2:33 PM
From: Dominican Republic, EN PUNTA CANA: Jose H Con Leonel 2016!

How come an inmate can request parole every 5 minutes.... Isn't it suppose to be once a year to allow a parole request?

Sooner or later, sooner, one judge will say "yes", "I do"!

Por un "beso" de Sobeida...

<3

Amor....
Written by: daswolfgang, 17 Jan 2014 10:23 PM
From: United States, north hills ,NY
I should pay her bail bond,
Written by: daswolfgang, 17 Jan 2014 10:23 PM
From: United States, north hills ,NY
I should pay her bail bond,
Written by: daswolfgang, 17 Jan 2014 10:23 PM
From: United States, north hills ,NY
I should pay her bail bond,
Written by: zooma, 18 Jan 2014 7:26 AM
From: United States, and Dominican Republic

She should serve her entire sentence. It would be a warning and example to other young women seeking the comfort and flashy lifestyle of a kept woman of drug dealer. Their moments of indulgence are short lived. The Dominican government should give no quarter to this inmate.

I would suggest her sentence of five years is too short.



Written by: Username, 18 Jan 2014 2:14 PM
From: Dominican Republic
Written by: zooma:

"She should serve her entire sentence. It would be a warning and example to other young women seeking the comfort and flashy lifestyle of a kept woman of drug dealer. Their moments of indulgence are short lived..."

How stupid are you zoome?! Unfortunately all this does is an example to others NOT TO CO-OPERATE WITH THE GOVERNMENT!!! Because if you do you will not be rewarded, only punished, so keep your mouth shut! Sobeida is a stupid campesina who couldn't and still can't see the big picture LOL.
Written by: zooma, 18 Jan 2014 2:50 PM
From: United States, and Dominican Republic

Username, the stupidity is when a person puts him or herself in a criminal position. What results afterwards to them is the spawn of their seed. It is not about keeping one's mouth shut. They have fouled their nest and suffer it.

Written by: Username, 18 Jan 2014 3:20 PM
From: Dominican Republic
I would like to know what exactly is Sobeida guilty of? Letting a young rich good-looking guy take care of her and treat her like a princess? What poor girl with a very limited education in DR would refuse that? NONE! How often in DR (if you live in DR) you see girls driving Panameras and Range Rovers, very often, is all that money clean? I doubt it! Sobeida is just made-for-TV case, instead of putting in jail the people who gave Figueroa the protection for 10 years, the DNI card, the intel and so forth they put in jail Sobeida and Leavy, nice! Then stupid Sobeida tries to cut herself a deal and gets fuc*ed LOL!
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