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Baltimore arsonist says he 'shouldn't be out' of jail

The 'easy on crime' policies of radical liberal cities that encourage crime with little or no prosecution is too much for one convicted arsonist, who regrets his actions and feels his light sentence sent the wrong message.

"A Baltimore man who pleaded guilty to torching his ex-girlfriend’s home said he was surprised by a plea deal he received, saying it sends the wrong message to criminals in the city. "I was just charged with 18 different counts, that was dropped to 10, that was dropped to one. When I shouldn’t be out right now. I disrupted somebody’s life. I traumatized somebody because of how I felt in a situation," Luther Trent said, according to WBFF. "Personally, yes, I want to be out but principally, no I shouldn’t be out because I could have done a lot more damage than I did. I was expecting to get time. People who were in that situation, they should expect to get time."

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