He was too afraid to show up for court so he phoned it in.
Courtesy of KTUU:
Track Palin, son of former governor and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, pleaded guilty Tuesday to first degree criminal trespass in veteran’s court stemming from an assault case last year. As part of deal that charge will be reduced to criminal trespass in the second degree if Palin completes a multi-long process through the veteran’s court system.
Palin was accused of assaulting his father, Todd Palin, on Dec. 16, 2017. He was arrested after his mother called police. Todd was left bloody and beaten from the assault and the younger Palin was arrested on assault and burglary charges after he repeatedly hit his father at the family home in Wasilla, charging documents say.
This is the second day this week Palin was in veteran’s court dealing with those charges. He was scheduled to change his plea Monday, but didn’t after being confronted by cameras. Palin did not attend the hearing in person Tuesday morning to change his plea, but telephonically accepted the guilty plea for criminal trespass.
Jesus this kid is a pansy ass.
He was so afraid of the big mean media types yesterday that he hid from them, and apparently, he was so traumatized while hiding in that bathroom that today he simply refused to show up in person and instead pleaded guilty by phone.
I don’t believe that most people charged with aggravated assault and breaking and entering are afforded such a choice.
And not only that but after refusing to complete his court-appointed therapy sessions for assaulting the future mother of his child, he gets another stab at it after beating the crap out of his dad.
If your name is not Palin there is no way you get that kind of leniency from the courts up here.
And I will tell you right now that Track will NEVER complete this court appointed therapy unless they absolutely ride his ass every step of the way.
If that does not happen, but perhaps even if it does, there is every chance that Track will be back in court again.
And next time he might be facing charges of first-degree murder.