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Sam Adam Jr.: "I have no qualms of going to prison"

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Reporting with Natasha Korecki, Dave McKinney and Abdon Pallasch

After court, Sam Adam Jr. said said he would go to jail "in a heartbeat" if that's what it takes.

"I have no qualms of going to prison if that's what's best," he said outside after court.

Asked if he thought the judge was fair, Adam Jr. turned and smiled.

"You know I can't answer that. But I think you know the answer," he said.

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No qualms about going to prison? In a heartbeat? What is wrong with you, Sam, Jr.? I think you're all looney.

BTW, there is a full moon out there tonight . . .

Oh Sam, I think you & Roddy will make a cute Telephone Video in your time in de jail. Beyonce can't make it, though. Give it up & put the
freak away.

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