Thursday, February 21, 2008

Navy Hits Satellite While Jacob Jett May Have Tried To Place A Hit On His Parents. Science Fiction in Both Cases or Reality? - by Legal Pub


Last night the Navy hit a disabled satellite with a Missile. While China watches for dangerous fallout, Russia claims it was a cover up of the real motive to test the missile defense system. Mean while, a Missouri teen ager is experiencing the fall out from apparently trying to put a "hit" on his adopted parents. Jacob A. Jett, 18 is a high school senior. Jett is accused of trying to pay hit men $260 to kill his adoptive parents, Richard and Robyn Parnell. Many people including the Parnells are surprised because he had always been a "very good child." Jett allegedly gave the money and three handguns to two men as part of the plot to kill Richard and Robyn Parnell. "He thought they were too strict" and wanted to inherit money according to the Jackson County prosecutor, Jim Kanatzar.
Joseph R. Garcia, a fellow student is accused of introducing Jett to the would-be hit men. Jett and his friend were charged with second-degree attempted murder and armed criminal action. Jett and Garcia are held in lieu of $250,000 cash bonds. Both are presumed innocent until otherwise proven in a court of law.

Finally, speaking of parenting, there was a false sighting of the missing McCann child in France.

20 comments:

Ms Calabaza said...

$260? The hitmen couldn't even buy an XBox with this . . .

vinnie said...

Not enough for a professional hit. The kid shoulda known better.

Vinnie

jill said...

25,000 bond seems a little much for a kid who needed to knock off his folks for the money, doesn't it?

Jill

Anonymous said...

Russia says the U.S. military's plan to shoot down a spy satellite hurtling toward Earth is a veiled test of their missile system.

A statement released Saturday by Russia's Defence Ministry said the Pentagon failed to provide "enough arguments" for why it plans to demolish the satellite.

"There is an impression that the United States is trying to use the accident with its satellite to test its national anti-missile defence system's capability to destroy other countries' satellites," the ministry said.

But the Bush administration said the operation is not a test of the defence system aimed at shooting down missiles in space before they enter American airspace.

The U.S. has said the operation is aimed at protecting people from the bus-sized satellite, carrying 450 kilograms of toxic fuel, headed toward Earth.

If nothing is done, the satellite is expected to hit Earth around the first week of March.

Legal Pub said...

Anonymous, true. That is why there is a question as to whether the shooting of the missile was done for real or science fiction reasons...

Anonymous said...

Jacob Jett, like a missile he was attracted to the heat of the legal system by apparently trying to put a hit on his folks. Sounds like this boy may have a future in our department of defense!

Anonymous said...

Jacob Jett, supposedly such a nice young man, with a nice future rockets down the sewer!

Anonymous said...

If astronauts fly to the asteroids, can we call his a Fecanaut since he is headed down the sewer?

Anonymous said...

I bet the Parnells feel bad about their adopted son!

Legal Pub said...

Bond is $250,000!

Anonymous said...

Truman High will never be the same!

Ms Calabaza said...

"A statement released Saturday by Russia's Defence Ministry said the Pentagon failed to provide "enough arguments" for why it plans to demolish the satellite."

My dear comrade Vlad, so sorry you don't believe us. Have a shot of Stoli and relax. As long as you don't threaten us, no problem . . . Uncle Sam

Ms Calabaza said...

Here's the video of the direct hit:
http://www.breitbart.tv/html/50894.html

Anonymous said...

Not a very good gansta!

Anonymous said...

not a very loving thing to do, period!

Anonymous said...

He may be totally innocent! People do get framed!

Anonymous said...

Jacob has to sit and wait his chance to prove his innocence...

Perhaps it was all a joke?

Perhaps he was misunderstood?

Perhaps he was temporarily insane?

Perhaps he was just over anxious to get his inheritence?

Anonymous said...

It's possible that anything can be misunderstood, but...

Anonymous said...

Ah, This is spot on! Puts to bed
several contradictions I've seen

Anonymous said...

Ah, This is exactly what I was looking for! Clarifies
some misnomers I've seen