OH - Brian Michael Rini, charged with impersonating a long-missing child, Apr 2019

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  1. JerseyGirl

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    A federal judge has set a June 24 trial date for the 23-year-old man charged with impersonating a long-missing child.

    U.S. District Judge Michael Barrett in Cincinnati scheduled pretrial conferences May 14 and June 13 in the case of Brian Michael Rini of Medina, Ohio.

    Rini pleaded not guilty Friday to two counts of lying to federal agents and one of aggravated identity theft. The false statements charges carry possible sentences of up to eight years in prison and the ID theft would mean at least two years with conviction. Rini is being held without bond.

    Trial date set for man in missing child hoax
     
  2. SoulfulSerenade

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    I feel like eight years is kinda long for the crime but at the same time, it feels right for causing more pain and misery to the family of the missing child? It's a mixed feeling
     
  3. Tssiemer

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    Ooooh! Thanks for moving me mods!
     
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  4. Tssiemer

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    I think if he gets some seriously mental rehabilitation in those 8 years it will be worth it.
     
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    Is he not going to prison then, just a mental facility? Then that's more justified
     
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  6. Tssiemer

    Tssiemer Well-Known Member

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    No. He can get psychiatric help in prison.

    I’m a mental health therapist at a county jail.

    8 years will be a more consistent time to get meds and things started instead of just treating him for a year or two while he’s in and then he get off them when he gets out.
     
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    Parole will also make him follow up on his mental health care
     
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  8. Tssiemer

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    But I would be ok with it being a being a mental
    Health facility.

    I don’t think he’s just a douche. He may have some serious personality disorder type things.

    An idiot maybe.
     

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