Monday, June 8, 2015

Kelly pleads guilty to conspiracy

Judge William Chapman dismissed all motions filed by Clayton Kelly today.  Kelly is submitting an open plea to conspiracy. Sentencing is next Monday at 9:00 AM.

One little fact ignored or forgotten by everyone.  Burglary convictions in Madison County usually carry a sentence (on average) of five years.  What sentence do you think he should receive? Standard sentence? Time served? House arrest? Probation?

76 comments:

Anonymous said...

10 years, 8 suspended, 2 to serve on house arrest. Probation thereafter.

Anonymous said...

Time served and probation. Anything more just adds gas to the nut fire.

Anonymous said...

Time served. What harm was done? Who was hurt? Stupid, yes. Harmful, not very.

Anonymous said...

I haven't seen a Conspiracy sentencing since House Bill 585 went into effect but I know that house arrest for burglary is basically off the table since HB 585. I would think he gets 5 years with 5 suspended and probation.

Anonymous said...

I see he showed up in court today well coiffed and wearing his Sunday best.

Anonymous said...

if he plead to conspiracy, the maximum is 5 years. conspiracy in this case is merely a plan and some effort to commit a felony.

open pleas in Madison County usually result in near the maximum being imposed. the circumstances of the last minute plea may not play in his favor, however, its possible Guest didn't offer this until to, or its possible he wanted to know the rulings on his motions before he took the open plea.

whatever the Judge does in this case will be fair. this idiot gets a felony conviction, but won't have to serve a lengthy prison term even if he gets the full 5, he'll be out on supervised release in a year to 18 months.

Anonymous said...

Conspiracy carries 5 years max. Even should he get the max, he'd only do about 20 months total. And he won't get the max. Max means no post release supervision. He will probably get either another year of house arrest, or 3 to serve and two suspended, which would mean he would almost be cut loose once he get classified at CMCF.

Anonymous said...

wrong 4:10. if he gets the full 5, he can still be placed on 5 years PROBATION which would begin running at his release, probably at least a year, perhaps a few months more from prison. since he has no prior felony conviction, he would not be subject to "post release supervision". sounds like splitting hairs, but there is a difference. a prior convicted felon is eligible for PRS, but not probation.

Anonymous said...

Sentence him to time served. He didn't actually burgle anything but a pic not many if any saw.

Anonymous said...

There is not nearly enough time possible for a blogger. ALL bloggers should be thrown under the jail for a minimum of ten, maybe 15 years, so that the bloggesphere will no longer exist once they get out. Kelly should be forced to share his jail cell with Brown from Cottonmouth, and of course, KF from JJ.

Just for general principles.

Anonymous said...

Time served plus 180 days of stupidity management classes.

Anonymous said...

Kelly is obviously a simple tool that was egged on and encouraged by far more experienced politicos. I wish Guest had reversed this by using Kelly against the McDaniel supporters that probably caused all of this. I doubt Kelly had the guts or gumption to enter the facility without the politicos encouragement. Look at the photos of him in court today. They should put those photos in the dictionary to illustrate the definition of "patsy". Don't get me wrong, I think he needs to serve some prison time, but the State didn't need to aim an elephant gun at a gnat.

Anonymous said...

He basically did nothing. The press often takes pictures on private property. This was all political.

Kingfish said...

I'd give him three months. I don't think that he thinks he did anything wrong. Hence I think he should get some time.

Yes, I think he was a patsy of sorts. They got the guy who was dumbenough to do it and when it hit the fan, they all ran and cut deals.

Anonymous said...

Intentions matter. He was part of a group desperate to overthrow a political power broker by shaming him. Who know, at this point let the aggrieved politician decide his punishment. I bet he would say just let this mess go.

Anonymous said...

IIRC one of them plead out permanently.

Anonymous said...

I wish he hadn't taken the deal. Now the truth about Mayfield will never come out.

Saltwaterpappy said...

Hopefully, the judge will require Mr. Clayton to articulate a full allocation as to all of the facts, including the names of all of the co-conspirators. Otherwise, what's the point of allowing him to plead to a charge of conspiracy?

Anonymous said...

obviously Mayfield supplied the information of how to get into the facility based on his mother being a resident at the same facility. he was a material player, knew it, knew the law, and couldn't face the consequences.

its too bad he couldn't be a man, accept responsibility, and the consequences [conviction, short time in jail, loss of law license] rather than cause eternal heartache for his wife and family.

Anonymous said...

"I wish he hadn't taken the deal. Now the truth about Mayfield will never come out"

What "truth" are you talking about? That he gave Kelly his own visitor's pass to get into St Catherine's? I doubt passing a piece of paper is a felony.

No more tanning bed for me said...

You have to take the deal in Madison county. They don't give you much choice by scaring the hell out of you with the book. It's a business they run with lawyers, judges and court services all in cahoots. Inflate the bond to the maximum, scare you into submission to have you sign up for every f'n class they think you can afford. Then show up for your hearing with your tail between your legs and get a good old fashioned tongue lashing. Nothing like a reality check. Been there.

Anonymous said...

I agree with KF, he needs to do some time so he and the nut jobs who don't understand he did something wrong will think before they contemplate similar stupidity.

More importantly, I want it to be harder for the naïve and mentally challenged to be easily recruited to do what others what they think they are " too good" to do or unwilling to risk for themselves!

6 more months does it for me.

Kingfish said...

As opposed to $10,000 armed robbery bonds given to guys who kill women nearly 70 years old.

Anonymous said...

I would sentence him to 1 year of living in Thad and Kay's basement in DC and having to change their Depends, clean their house, and fetch the Viagra prescriptions from the CVS around the corner.

Anonymous said...

Kingfish, I wouldn't say that he didn't do anything wrong. But I don't think he did anything criminal. The charges are crap. He walked into a nursing home essentially open to the public at that time and took a picture of someone that was not harmed in any way by said photo. This is all political. And the swarming cops and huge bails set for all these folks was beyond ridiculous. Take a picture of me when I'm old and drooling and incoherent as much as you like. I won't care.

Anonymous said...

He should be required to consent to a video of him being taken when he is on his death bed so such video can be posted by a bunch of political zealots.

Anonymous said...

@6:31 is a f-ing nut job. I hope someone comes into your mother or wife's hospital room or nursing home and takes pictures of her while she sleeps in her night clothes. You are so engulfed with you love for Chris McDaniel and his girlfriend Melanie you can't see straight.

Anonymous said...

All the tea party nuts are out in full swing on this one---- that's why they keep losing elections. . .

Got Excused said...

Kingfish, as is often the case, displays odd logic. Kingfish doesn't believe Kelly thinks he did anything wrong, thus Kingfish thinks he should serve some time. Huh? Is this an example of 'Throw him in the hole til' he believes he's guilty'?

I guess I'm not going to ever understand what, exactly, was burgled, purloined, stolen or misappropriated. And I was hoping to see Aunt Mary on the stand so she could invoke the name of Rudy.

Anonymous said...

"I see he showed up in court today well coiffed and wearing his Sunday best."

How would YOU show up, pudface?

Anonymous said...

Yup, the Tea Party lost the election for Romney. LOL

Anonymous said...

Get Excused @ 8:37 PM

Obviously, you do not understand. Can you say DIGNITY and PRIVACY? And, do you understand the meeting? That is what was stolen!

Anonymous said...

Thad lived in Kay's basement. ROFLMAO

Anonymous said...

If he had broken in to take a picture of any other resident, this would be a non-issue. Nobody would have ever heard about it. If he had taken pictures of, say, nursing home abuse, then he would be a hero. All this was a waste of precious judicial time that could have been spent on a real criminal.

Anonymous said...

6:31 pm has never been the Alzheimer's residential facility.

It is not a " nursing home essentially opened to the public".

You wouldn't sit still for some stranger coming into your home uninvited to try to exploit you or any member of your family and you know it.

You care nothing for your personal honor to pretend like you know jack about the facility and how it operates. Apparently you sell your soul cheaply for politics just like Clayton.



Anonymous said...

#6:31 " He walked into a nursing home essentially open to the public at that time and took a picture of someone that was not harmed in any way by said photo."

are you interviewing to be the next patsy? Are you stupid? You really do not understand that his actions are criminal? Really?


you and #Got Excused are lacking common sense...

John Marti said...

We still need to know if Mark Mayfield is the one who call Melanie Sojourner to let her know of Kelly's arrest.

Anonymous said...

Five years with credit for time served. Don't think for a moment he will not be made example of. Can we expect Chucky to cover the sentencing? Did "Senator" McDaniel ask the judge's mercy for the poor misguided boy who he has never seen before in his life?

Got Excused - Punch Me In I Forgot The Code said...

@9:24; So, the items stolen in the 'burglary' were dignity, privacy and.....a 'meeting'? Huh? We can each discuss the personal level of dignity we think we enjoy. One who is comatose can't do that and their only dignity is our perception and perceptions can't be stolen. Your comment regarding dignity is an elusive perception. And your comment is nothing but emotional.

The law does not discuss dignity and perceptions of evil as inferred by others. And you say a 'meeting' was stolen? What the hell are you referring to?

While I am first in line to say what the man did was wrong and outlandish, stupid, idiotic, childish and whacky.....I see no criminality unless he was clearly guilty of trespass or violation of clearly posted rules and regulations, neither of which was the case and neither of which could, by any stretch, be a felony.

And, for others, Mayfield did not 'give his personal pass' to anybody. He might have told others the code, as all of us who have people in these places have done. All that's needed to access doors at any of these facilities is a punched-in combination of numbers that typically relate to month and year along with a * or # symbol. It's almost as easy to walk INTO one of these places as it is to walk OUT OF a Hinds County Jail. If anything, the man at the gate-house and the facilitie's procedures need revisiting.

'Common Sense' tells me that nine months have been wasted on this issue while the state of the nation and of Mississippi languish in decline. One INTENDED consequence of the debacle's outcome is that Cochran was returned to a basement in D.C. to join Bernie Sanders in voting the Democrat agenda.

Anonymous said...

8:31 pm
He didn't just walk into a nursing facility.

He didn't stop in the

He went uninvited into a woman's bedroom and took her photo while she was in bed and incapacitated.

Please , any of you who feel this is acceptable, do get a fake security badge or misrepresent yourself and walk into any senator's wife's bedroom uninvited and see what happens. Hey, just walk into your neigbhor's bedroom without invitation and see what happens.

Or, if you really think there's a difference, go to any nursing home or hospital and start going into the private rooms uninvited and photograph people and see what happens.

I'm sure if this were acceptable behavior and " just about politics", Clayton's friends would have taken photos all over town in the private rooms of nursing homes and hospitals and hospice care without worry they'd be charged . Why weren't they out proving this wasn't criminal?


Anonymous said...

This case was way over-baked from the start. The charges for possible burglary, 50 years sentence, etc. What a complete political hack. Yes they commited a crime, but 50 years..... Guest knew it and wanted no part of it because he doesn't want it to stain his reputation. Trying this case would have turned into a circus side show. This was never ever going to trial. And based on personal experience with this D.A.'s office, Kelly will not serve any additional time once he is classified. A few years ago, my identity was stolen by local folks. Trashed my credit report, etc. I kept forcing the issue with the DA to get prosecuted. The suspects were indicted and it was quickly pled away with short-term house arrest only. I had actual damage, and they had actual money stolen from credit card companies and the like. End result, short-term house and a easy plea. Guest's office had no desire to prosecute my case either which is why the defense attorney got what he wanted. I believe the same will apply here. Guest (and the Barbourmafia) wanted no part of the side show that was coming. JMHO

Anonymous said...

The fact that the tea party nuts are still defending this mentally unstable individual .... AFTER HE PLEAD GUILTY... Is in itself insane. It shows how they think. I used to consider myself a tea party supporter, not after this. If you aren't big enough to admit when one of your own has done something wrong, you will never win. The tea party supporters on this thread sound like pro abortionist arguing the murder of babies is ok....

Anonymous said...

@6:12am--- what is the name of that attorney who helped McDaniel? You know, the one with the really "nice" building off of 55?

Kingfish said...

Mayfield's mother had recently died and was a resident of SCV. They tried to get him to go in the nursing home and take the picture but he refused to do so. He instead gave them information on the layout of the place and other useful information.

Anonymous said...

HAHA. These uneducated tea party rednecks are still clinging to the fact that "he did nothing wrong". As long as it helps the MS tea party cause (ousting Thad), then any crime would be OK to commit. As much as these tea party idiots differ in political views from Liberals, the operate exactly like them. Liberals and Tea Party cooks care more about "causes" than thinking rationally.

I used to think Tea Party meant "conservative, libertarian, fiscally responsible'... and they attracted me. Now, I've come to realize they are just a bunch of far right wing lunatics.

Anonymous said...

Who's paying Kevin Camp to defend this guy? This is not a public defender situation, and Camp is a good/justifiably expensive criminal defense attorney. Curious as to how Kelly (or whoever) is going to pick up that tab.

Anonymous said...

Kelly did something despicable but not really criminal. the excessive bond set meant he could not get out of jail and he lost his job as a result. His wife is incapacitated and he has a sick child. After his arrest, he and his family were evicted from their home. with an attorney involved in the incident, he probably thought this was legal. He was used and manipulated by people more mature and experienced than him. His life is ruined. How much more blood do people want?

Anonymous said...

RINOs are still clinging to the fact that up until a few days ago Kay Webber was supposedly only a staff assistant.

Anonymous said...

He us just a stupid little Tea Party ignorant who was manipulated by Mark Mayfield to try a political stunt to elect another stupid little Tea Party ignorant to the U.S Senate. Mayfield knew what he did was illegal, horrible and certainly had no place in a civilized society. Mayfield had a better sense of morality than the MkkkDaniel supporting clowns who post here. My guess is that Sen. Cochran will ask the judge to show the child mercy and cut him loose. I hope the judge will sentence him to more than that, but Thad's not vindictive.

Jimmy Lefry said...

Mayfield, an experienced attorney, did something so dumb it forced him to take his own life. Yet, his family is blaming a police department for "trespassing" onto their property? They seem to have it backwards.

Anonymous said...

I was a Cochran guy and found the bond amounts shocking. Probably contributed to Mark's tragic death. I think Kelly has lost a lot already. Hope there is reasonableness here.

Anonymous said...

June 9, 2015 at 7:36 AM & 9:54 (same person)

You never were Tea party DNA... don't flatter yourself.

Anonymous said...

The Mayfield family is blaming MPD for trespassing onto their property bc they were out of jurisdiction. The MPD officers who crossed the line just so happened to be Vicki Curry (lead investigator in Mayfields case) and another officer who took the lead in arresting Mayfield. Coincidence, i think not.

Jody Bijou said...

Mayfield was out on bond. He and his family were wealthy. He had already lost all his law clients over nothing. Mental anguish and facing actual prison time is what contributed to his death.

Anonymous said...

"I was a Cochran guy and found the bond amounts shocking. "

The bond amount is SOP in our county for any charges.

If we ever tire of it we will vote for new people who will change it.

Until then, if you don't like how our system runs, arrange to get arrested somewhere else. We don't care about your whining.

Tokyo Oklahoma said...

How in the world could Mayfield let this Tea Party stuff go to his head like that?

Anonymous said...

@12:33-- DNA of nut jobs like Mayfiled and Kelly? Dead and in jail, no thanks. Keep it moving.

Anonymous said...

99.99% of what you call 'Tea Party' folks are not like Mayfield & Kelly.

Anonymous said...

@12:33

Yes, thank God in Heaven I do not have Tea Party DNA. That DNA is missing a few chromosomes. Run along now, you're missing Glenn Beck

Anonymous said...

If conspiracy is a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful then will he name all the others involved ?

Anonymous said...

We all know where it came from. It came straight from the top. They just picked this poor dumbass blogger to take the fall for them. He was the only one dumb and crazy enough to do it. He wanted to make a name for himself and it clouded his judgement.

Anonymous said...

@ 2:12

Mayfield knew that Club for Growth and Freedomworks were pouring money into the state to buy the Senate seat and saw a chance to make his law firm millions of $$$ by riding a man supported by the remnants of the old Ku Klux Klan into the Senate. Mayfield saw it as instant cash and then realized that he was about to be drummed out of business because it was clear he had violated the law. He was facing disbarment, total humiliation, financial ruin, and shameful embarrassment for himself and his family. Loss of hope is a major reason sane people commit suicide.

Kingfish said...

That is a bunch of crap. He was a real estate lawyer. He wasn't going to make millions. He also was NOT facing financial ruin. He had inherited alot of money when his mother died last year. He could have easily moved to another state or country where no one knew who he was and lived his live in comfort, ease, and anonymity. He was one of the nicest people you would ever meet. Had a personality that bordered on passive. He was not the instigator or prime mover in this episode. Not at all. They knew his mother lived there until her death so tried to use him to get the info on the place.

As for buying the Senate seat, please, you are a joke. Complete joke. Read the campaign finance reports, Sid. The money cartel in this state buys and sells seats on a regular basis. You can almost guarantee wins in this year's elections based on finance reports.

Casual Observer said...

Kingfoot; Please footnote your claims regarding Mayfield's intentions, what he was axed to do and what he, instead, decided to do. Or are you capable of channeling him from the grave?

Terrell Tiger said...

There were supposedly other reasons Mayfield did not want to stand trial. It hadn't come out yet and now it never will.

Anonymous said...

Whelp- this whole thing is just a microcosm of what the 2016 presidential elections will be like. A case study on why we need to get the dark money out of politics. The DNC is just as guilty if not more so than the GOP.

Just look at the GOP line up. Oh sure you have a variety of 'choices'. But, don't think for a minute these monied interests have your best interests at heart. The DNC is just as guilty if not moreso. Enjoy Obama while you still can. Trust me on that.

Oh and for the record, the beta version of the PPACA was implemented by Romney at the state level. Kinda hard to repeal your own law after a corporate democrat implements it on a national scale.

Anonymous said...

" riding a man supported by the remnants of the old Ku Klux Klan into the Senate."

But I thought McDaniel was running in the Republican primary :-)

Anonymous said...

RINOs about to vote for trade bill nobody has read!!! God love these Republicans in Congress.

Anonymous said...

@ 4:22 Kingfish

Not crap at all. He was planning to take his law firm to the top using his influence with MkkkDaniel to get him there. Owning a U.S. Senator (especially an idiot) makes for pretty strong credentials in Mississippi. Your protests that he wasn't facing financial ruin fly in the face of the fact that he was done as a lawyer. Saying he could have lived off his inheritance in another state where nobody knew the depths he was capable of is possible, but not likely. The proof is they way he handled it in the end. You can have your version, but his version explains it all.

As far as buying the Mississippi Senate seat, you apparently weren't keeping up with the radio blowhards who helped finance the effort. They thought they had bought it. Some of them still carry the water. There was no reason any in-state interests would have spent that kind of money to push an obscure ambulance chaser from Ellisville who was a failure in passing bills in the state legislature. The extremist whackos thought they had the money to hornswoggle dumbasses in Mississippi who couldn't pass a fifth grade civics test. At least now we know how many we have.

Anonymous said...

While the MSGOP RINOs had been hornswoggling all of Mississippi for well over a decade about Senator Thad's assistant Kay!

Anonymous said...

KF - damn, we should just all defer to you in all matters election and judicial, since you have it all figured out and can state with clarity what happened (judicial) and what would have happened (electoral).

Mayfield had his eyes on moving into a COS position in the new Senate offices. Was debating with Yancy which one would get the top position and which one the second. Either way, he was riding the idiotic horse from Ellisville and the CFG dollars all the way to DC. His involvement in this escapade will never be known for sure to those of us not in McD's inner circle. Are you telling us what actually happened because you were a part of that brain trust?

Mark was a fine man, but dove too deeply into this charade of a campaign. When it got to the dirty tricks division, he was not in his normal league and we see where it lead him and others. While it is an absolute shame, his role in this stupidity cannot be dismissed simply by such edicts as you have repeatedly stated as fact.

Got It Figured Now said...

I'll tell you who the real nutjob, whackheaded, blow-hard, mental midgets are. They're the ones who incessantly and repeatedly come on here calling conservative constitutionalist people associated with the Taxed Enough Already movement all those stupid, nasty names. They're the ones who sip highballs into the evening, then shower, unable to see their peckers for their carb-guts and unable to balance a checkbook without help from their wives.

Anonymous said...

@4:00 PM---- Mr. McDaniel, nice of you to join the party.

Anonymous said...

Can any of you RINOs tell me whether Thad prefers Viagra or Cialis?

Kingfish said...

I see. I'm not allowed to express an opinion on my own website.

My understanding was Brewster and Yancey were jockeying for the Chief position.

Anonymous said...

Swear that at least half of these anti-TP posts are that absolute nutso whack job Adam who calls into all the radio talk programs. He writes exactly the way he speaks.

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