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Why isn’t Anthony Weiner in jail?

Hide your daughters, “Carlos Danger” is fresh out of rehab and back in NYC

UPDATE Sept. 25, 2017 — Weiner was sentenced today to 21 months in a federal prison. He will begin serving his sentence on November 6th. He must register as a sex offender and participate in an outpatient sexual offender treatment program. He will also serve an additional three years of supervised probation after his release from federal prison.

Anthony Weiner is back in New York City after his stint in a Tennessee rehab facility that specializes in people addicted to sex, pornography, cybersex and exhibitionism.

According to a report on Wednesday, Weiner was spotted at the NYC apartment he still shares with his estranged wife Huma Abedin and their 4-year-old son. Abedin said in August that she was divorcing Weiner after he was caught sexting with a 15-year-old girl.

The sexting incident was just the latest in a series of bizarre online behavior that dates back to 2011. Weiner was known online as “Carlos Danger” and he was infamous for sending pictures of his crotch to women. In 2013 he lost his comeback bid to become mayor because of these incidents.

So why isn’t the 52-year-old Weiner facing any charges for sexting with a 15-year-old girl? If it were any other 52-year-old man, he would have been the lead story on the 11 o’clock news and had his face plastered all over the newspapers. Not to mention he’d be at the local jail in protective custody so the other inmates wouldn’t be able to beat him senseless.

Before you go thinking that Weiner may be cured and should get another chance, let me remind you of what Weiner did after his first sex scandal in 2011. He took two weeks paid leave from the House of Representatives to seek treatment and become “a better husband and healthier person.”

However, Weiner later admitted in an interview with the New York Post “I didn’t go to rehab anywhere. A couple of days I worked with a therapist in Texas I was referred to. Two days, twice, for a total of four days…or it might have been three.”

That sure doesn’t sound like a man committed to rehabilitation to me. Lock him up!

Note: Since criminal charges have not been filed, Weiner is under no order to forbid him from being online. Basically, he’s right back in business with no restraints.


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