From Kyle Hopkins on Alaska Politics Blog:
Just got back from the Eklutna exit on the Glenn Highway, where Vic Kohring is waving to the whooshing flood of commuters next to a giant "THANKS ALASKA" sign.
Later this morning, Kohring expects to turn himself in to the U.S. Marshals. He said he's not scared of going to prison, but has been Googling the Southern California facility he'll live in for up to 3 and a half years. He could rattle off the population of the nearby town and the high temperature last week (103 degrees).
Said he might write an autobiography while in jail, call it "Absolutely Innocent." Plans to read a lot. Write a lot of letters.
Does he think this will make everyone forget that WE HAVE HIM ON TAPE BREAKING THE LAW?????
Wow...this guy doesn't just live in his own personal bubble, he's had it decorated and remodeled. These are the guys who NEED to go to "real jail" so they get some reality knocked into them.