Friday, February 18, 2011

karen cunagin sypher

karen cunagin sypher

U. S. District Judge Charles R. Sypher also ordered Simpson III, 50, served two years of supervised release. Pitino said he Sypher or no contact with her family during her parole.
Simpson said Sypher crime, serious crime. "

"It was brutal,"said the judge. "Apparently, driven by pure greed."
The government prosecutor asked Sypher be taken into custody immediately, arguing that they pose a threat to witnesses, because there are allegations of child abuse against her ex-husband, Tim Sypher, who works for Pitino.Over the objections of the Courier-Journal reporter, Simpson closed the hearing so prosecutors can show the child.

After receiving the sentence Sypher tears from his eyes, and spoke only briefly, thanking him for the legal team "so that at least a portion of the evidence" at the hearing Friday, including the testimony of his son, and the researcher.

Sypher's lawyer, David Nolan Sr. said in Washington, punishment that his client is a victim, not the perpetrator. He pleaded for leniency, saying Sypher had no criminal record.

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