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Drunk driving, drag racing, resisting arrest, expired driver's license. WOW, I didn't see this coming. Just teasing, Stevie Wonder could see this coming.

 

 

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Regardless if he appears to be a bit of a gender-bender, can he be sent back to Canada over this?

 

Let's hope so before he runs over and kills someone. Climbing up on the black SUV to wave to fans as he left the jail, reminded me of Michael Jackson doing the same thing in the middle of his child molestation trial. What would you do if you were his parents? Even at only 19, my guess is that their hands are tied in many respects. There is after all the 'money trail'....

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Let's hope so before he runs over and kills someone. Climbing up on the black SUV to wave to fans as he left the jail, reminded me of Michael Jackson doing the same thing in the middle of his child molestation trial. What would you do if you were his parents? Even at only 19, my guess is that their hands are tied in many respects. There is after all the 'money trail'....

 

he should take home with him another Canadian called Ted Cruz

Pardon the fact that I'm going off subject...

 

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Back to The Beibs.

 

A Canadian friend of mine got a DUI in FL and is now barred from entering the US. Same thing goes for US citizens with a DUI as they are also barred from entry to Canada.

 

Send him back to Canada. The snow chains will slow that Lamborghini down.

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We don't want either of them back. Can't you send them to Guantanamo or something?

 

Strange. I was just thinking that at the rate he's going, Canada certainly is not going to want him back.

 

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Personally.... would have wanted the Miami (Dade Co?) police to put him in the lock-up tank for the night with a few lecherous Floridians to teach him some manners -- had that happened, I doubt he would have been able to climb up on top of that SUV without the help of a few hands....

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Justin Bieber's arrest latest sign of trouble

AP By CURT ANDERSON and JENNIFER KAY

30 minutes ago

 

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) — When he debuted five years ago, Justin Bieber was a mop-haired heartthrob, clean cut and charming. But a series of troubling incidents have put his innocent image at risk, and none more so than his arrest on DUI charges Thursday.

 

Police say they arrested a bleary-eyed Bieber — smelling of alcohol — after officers saw him drag-racing before dawn on a palm-lined residential street, his yellow Lamborghini traveling at nearly twice the speed limit.

 

The 19-year-old singer later admitted smoking marijuana, drinking and taking a prescription medication, police say. Unlike previous episodes, this arrest has him facing potential jail time.

 

Bieber was charged with DUI, driving with an expired license and resisting arrest without violence. His Miami-Dade County jail mug shot showed the singer smiling in a bright red inmate jumpsuit, his hair still stylishly coiffed.

 

He was arrested with R&B singer Khalil Amir Sharieff, after police say they raced two luxury vehicles down the street at 4:09 a.m., with two other vehicles apparently being used to block off the area.

 

Police Chief Ray Martinez said the singer was initially not cooperative when the officer pulled him over. Martinez said the singer also had an expired Georgia driver's license.

 

Police said Bieber was driving the Lamborghini and Sharieff was driving a Ferrari. Both cars were towed. Police say Bieber was clocked at 55 to 60 mph in a 30 mph zone near a high school, youth center, golf course, city firehouse and small apartment buildings.

 

According to the arrest report, Bieber "had slow deliberate movements" and appeared to be in a stupor when the officer ordered him to exit his vehicle. Bieber was arrested after repeatedly refusing to put his hands on his vehicle so the officer could pat him down to look for weapons, the report said. It says he cursed several times at the officer and demanded to know why he was being arrested. At one point, Bieber said to an officer: "What the f--- did I do, why did you stop me?"

 

Bieber failed a field sobriety test and was taken to the Miami Beach police station for a Breathalyzer, police said. Results haven't been released.

 

"I think this case will proceed hopefully as any other case would proceed," said Bieber's attorney, Roy Black, whose other celebrity clients have included Rush Limbaugh and William Kennedy Smith.

 

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Under Florida law, people under the age of 21 are considered driving under the influence if they have a blood-alcohol content of 0.02 percent or more — a level the 5-foot-9, 140-pound star could reach with one drink.

 

For a first DUI offense, there is no minimum jail sentence and a maximum of six months, a fine of $250 to $500, and 50 hours of community service. For anyone under 21, there is an automatic six-month license suspension.

 

A Miami-Dade County judge set Bieber's bond at $2,500 on Thursday afternoon. Sharieff's bond was set at $1,000 for a DUI charge.

 

Bieber left jail about an hour after court, popping through a window of his black SUV in a black hoodie and sunglasses to wave to crowds of reporters and young girls waiting to see him. He reportedly spent far more money at a Miami strip club Monday night, when the King of Diamonds club tweeted that Bieber ordered $75,000 in dollar bills. The club's operator later acknowledged that was an exaggeration, and that the singer only stayed about an hour.

 

Bieber and his large entourage were escorted to a closed-off section of the club. They enjoyed the dancers and ordered a large amount of bottled water, but no alcoholic beverages were sold to them, said Ricky "Disco Rick" Taylor in a statement.

 

"He had a lot of fun," Taylor said. "We hope he returns again."

 

The Canadian-born Bieber was only 15 when his platinum-selling debut "My World" was released. The singer from Ontario had placed second in a local singing contest two years earlier and began posting performances on YouTube, according to his official website. The videos caught the attention of a talent agent and eventually led to a recording contract.

 

He was positioned as clean-cut and charming — even singing for President Barack Obama and his family at Christmas — but problems began to multiply as he got older.

 

Bieber has been accused of wrongdoing in California but has never been arrested or charged. He is currently under investigation in a felony vandalism case after a neighbor reported the pop star threw eggs at his house and caused thousands of dollars of damage.

 

A neighbor had previously accused Bieber of spitting in his face, and a paparazzo called deputies after he said Bieber kicked him, but prosecutors declined to file charges in either instance. He was also accused of reckless driving in his neighborhood, but in October prosecutors refused to seek charges because it was unclear whether Bieber was driving.

 

His arrest in Miami is unlikely to affect the egg-throwing investigation, which included nearly a dozen detectives searching Bieber's home last week searching for video surveillance and other evidence that could be used to pursue a vandalism charge.

 

Bieber is also being sued by a former bodyguard who says the singer repeatedly berated him, hit him in the chest and owes him more than $420,000 in overtime and other wages. The case is scheduled to go to trial in Los Angeles next month.

 

Bieber's arrival in Florida earlier this week also is under investigation. Authorities in the suburban Miami city of Opa-locka are investigating whether the singer was given a police escort when he landed Monday at the Opa-locka Executive Airport.

 

Police escorts from the airport are not uncommon, but they must follow procedure because they involve city vehicles, Assistant City Manager David Chiverton said. Administrators had not authorized any escort for Bieber in this case.

 

"There's a procedure," Chiverton said. "These things must be approved, there's a process."

 

Despite all his legal troubles, the charges against Bieber likely won't put him at risk of being deported or denied entry into the U.S., said immigration attorney Ira Kurzban.

 

According to U.S. immigration law, authorities do not revoke an individual's visa unless the person has been convicted of a violent crime or has been sentenced to more than one year imprisonment.

 

source: http://news.yahoo.com/justin-bieber-39-arrest-latest-sign-trouble-213718372.html;_ylt=A0oG7lNWteFSQ2AAOKRXNyoA;_ylu=X3oDMTB0MDNkZ2V1BHNlYwNzYwRjb2xvA2FjMgR2dGlkA1ZJUDMyM18x

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Despite all his legal troubles, the charges against Bieber likely won't put him at risk of being deported or denied entry into the U.S., said immigration attorney Ira Kurzban.

 

According to U.S. immigration law, authorities do not revoke an individual's visa unless the person has been convicted of a violent crime or has been sentenced to more than one year imprisonment.

 

source: http://news.yahoo.com/justin-bieber-39-arrest-latest-sign-trouble-213718372.html;_ylt=A0oG7lNWteFSQ2AAOKRXNyoA;_ylu=X3oDMTB0MDNkZ2V1BHNlYwNzYwRjb2xvA2FjMgR2dGlkA1ZJUDMyM18x

 

Well, he may not be deported, at least over the vehicular misdemeanors, but I heard that the Calabassas incident was being investigated as a felony. I hope that if he leaves the country, at least he won't be allowed back in. I have a sinking feeling that this sociopath is going to kill or seriously maim someone. Hopefully, it will only be himself, but I'm afraid it may be an innocent American. This guy is a public menace and a horrific excuse for a human being. I fervently hope they send his ass to freeze back in Canada, and that he remains in a frozen stasis there.

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Back to The Beibs.

 

A Canadian friend of mine got a DUI in FL and is now barred from entering the US. Same thing goes for US citizens with a DUI as they are also barred from entry to Canada.

 

Send him back to Canada. The snow chains will slow that Lamborghini down.

 

Actually while getting a DUI in the USA will usually bar you from entering Canada, the same is not true when trying to get admitted into the USA. I know because I just looked this up.

 

From the USA Embassy Website in Ottawa:

 

Drunk Driving

Canadian Citizens- If there have been any convictions, take a copy of your conviction with

you to show the Customs and Border Protection

officer at the border. If the conviction was

simply for driving under the influence, with no

aggravating factors, there should be no

problem with your travel to the U.S. However, the CBP Officials make all final determinations

regarding entry into the United States.

 

Non-Canadian Citizens: When applying for a U.S. visa, the applicant must indicate whether

there has been any instance of being stopped

for driving while intoxicated, whether or not a

conviction resulted. If detention resulted, bring

proof of the outcome of such detention

(conviction). If there has been a single incident within the five years prior to the visa interview,

or if there have been two such incidents ever,

the applicant will be referred to a designated

physician for a medical review. Visa issuance

will be delayed pending the outcome of the

medical review.

 

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Rapscalllion and Gar1 both answered the question of whether J Beiber can enter USA or Canada after a conviction or stop for DUI. What is not resolved is his present status---if he has a green card, he probably will have no problem and that's a shame---I agree that he should be punished if he is guilty but with expensive lawyers, media attention et. al. he probably will "get away" with most of the charges or they will be minor.

As an aside: I wish some of his "posse" or entourage or whatever you want to call them would be charged as well----somebody is providing this MINOR with alcohol and drugs and they should be held accountable. The parents, particularly, the mother, need to clean house and ensure that their "golden goose' doesn't get damaged beyond repair.

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This whole Miami Beach incident maybe an attempt to burnish his 'boy next door' image? (see Miley Cyrus / twerking, burnish her Disney creds)

 

Personally I think if he's not dead by 40, he'll be swilling 2buck chuck in front of some Greyhound station somewhere.

 

(PS: I misspelled, the title should "The Biebs Bust". "I" before "e" except after "c")

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According to wikipedia Bieber possesses an O-1 visa.

 

(In view of his "talent" it is likely an O-1B visa)

 

This visa category is… "initially granted for up to three years. Subsequently it can be be extended for one year at a time. There is no limit to the number of extensions that may be granted."

 

Opinion: With the politics involved it is unlikely he would be deported. But the possibility of him not getting his visa renewed certainly increases as he tests the judicial system with his antics.

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It's too bad that his former mentor (Usher) has no standing with him now to help to get him back under control.

 

Also, as a cash cow, his professional backers don't care as well. The more publicity, the better. Only when he kills someone while continuing to drive in a drunken state will he have his wrist slapped!

 

If I were the guy he spit on, I would sue, not only for assault, battery, but to make him publicly get tested for HIV and Hepatitis!

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As an aside: I wish some of his "posse" or entourage or whatever you want to call them would be charged as well----somebody is providing this MINOR with alcohol and drugs and they should be held accountable. The parents, particularly, the mother, need to clean house and ensure that their "golden goose' doesn't get damaged beyond repair.

 

That "posse" also includes his parents. His father participated in blocking off the street for the drag race. His mother gave him the anti-depressants. This according to TMZ. They've used their son as the family meal ticket for his entire life. Clearly, they went to the Diana Lohan school of parenting.

 

He is reason enough to declare war on Canada unless they take him back and never let him leave the country. Exile the little twit to Nunavut.

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They reported today that he made 58 million dollars last year...let's see...a 19 year old kid making 58 million bucks...in one year...a dad who blocked off the street for him to drag race and a mom who (as reported, who knows the real truth) he told the police was giving him prescription drugs...yeah...no way that this isn't a recipe for disaster. Haven't we all seen this old, Hollywood movie before? Particularly parents that if not encouraging it, are certainly participating in it to keep the cash cow son making their lives great. God it reminds me of the old Twilight Zone episode with Billy Mumy where the parents do everything for the kid with amazing powers to do anything. Obviously, for these parents it's all about this kid's money and damn the consequences to their kid (if that's even an after thought for them). Too bad they don't have another relative to wish them into the cornfield.

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According to wikipedia Bieber possesses an O-1 visa.

 

(In view of his "talent" it is likely an O-1B visa)

 

This visa category is… "initially granted for up to three years. Subsequently it can be be extended for one year at a time. There is no limit to the number of extensions that may be granted."

 

Opinion: With the politics involved it is unlikely he would be deported. But the possibility of him not getting his visa renewed certainly increases as he tests the judicial system with his antics.

 

Thank God he does have permanent residence. I would think that his legal history would make getting permanent residency very difficult.

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This whole Miami Beach incident maybe an attempt to burnish his 'boy next door' image? (see Miley Cyrus / twerking, burnish her Disney creds)

 

Personally I think if he's not dead by 40, he'll be swilling 2buck chuck in front of some Greyhound station somewhere.

 

(PS: I misspelled, the title should "The Biebs Bust". "I" before "e" except after "c")

 

Unlike Miley, I think it's been a long time since anyone thought of the Biebs as a 'boy next door' type....Unless of course the boy next door is a delinquent. I don't think this kid can be saved. Not at this stage of the game.

the greatest beauty is

Organic wholeness, the wholeness of life and things,

the divine beauty of the universe.

Love that, not man apart from that,

or else you will share man’s pitiful confusions,

or drown in despair when his days darken."

 

- Robinson Jeffers

 

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