Pro-tip: the guy with the gavel ALWAYS gets the last word.
The Thug — Atlanta’s Tyler Grogan — thought he could run his mouth in the courtroom. He quickly learned just HOW wrong he was.
Grogan sat uncomfortably in his chair while the judge summarized his convictions, calling Grogan an “animal.” At the end of his sentencing, Grogan stood up and, annoyed, said that he “didn’t have to listen to this s***.”
The judge, Alford Dempsey, promptly had the attending police officers sit Grogan back down, and amended his sentencing.
“You don’t want to hear it, but you’re going to hear it and I don’t give a rat’s behind whether you like it or not,” said Judge Dempsey.
Grogan’s sentence was amended to include 7 consecutive life sentences and 270 years behind bars, something that his family members and supporters weren’t happy with. — Source: US Herald
What was this POS in for?
Prosecutors said he showed up to the Aspen Point Apartments on Gran Crique Drive looking to buy drugs, and ended up holding a man and a woman hostage in the apartment for hours, repeatedly raping the woman as the SWAT team closed in on the apartment. At one point, they said he busted through the wall of a neighboring apartment, sending a family fleeing for safety.
“You’re shooting at police. You’re violating that woman,” the judge told Grogan. “You don’t want to hear it? Well, you’re going to hear it, and I don’t give a rat’s behind whether you like it or not.”
During sentencing, a victim’s advocate read a letter on behalf of the rape victim.
“The defendant deserves to stay in prison for the rest of his life for all of the trauma he’s caused all of the victims, including myself,” the letter read.
Grogan’s defense attorney told Judge Dempsey his client apologizes for the incident and blamed the actions on “demons” Grogan has dealt with since his own mother’s murder a few years ago. —WSBTV
And the friends that went there for his hearing? They were cussing out the cops, the judge, the news and everyone else they could think of after the sentencing.
It’s not as though the guy who raped a girl ‘repeatedly’ could be expected to bear any responsibility for his feral choices, right?