I'm quite outraged about this: :banghead: In 2000 there was a fire in a college dorm set by 3 students as a prank. http://www.crimelibrary.com/notorious_murders/young/seton_hall/index.html This was on the CNN website on their plea deal sentencing. I read up on the story from the above link and I'm in disbelieve at thieir sentence: 5 years prison and 16 months probation for 3 deaths, and numerous lifetime injuries to so many other students! http://www.cnn.com/2006/LAW/11/15/student.arson.ap/index.html "Over the summer, Superior Court Judge Harold W. Fullilove dismissed 49 charges of aggravated assault, brought for 49 students who were hurt while escaping the fire. Prosecutors said they wanted to "streamline" their case and said the dismissals would not change the amount of prison time if the suspects are convicted of the most serious charges." http://www.phillyburbs.com/pb-dyn/news/104-11142006-741739.html Am I over reacting to this? This sentence just seems soooooooo wrong!!! People have gotten longer sentences for possesion of a bag of meth.