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MAKE HER SERVE!!!

30 Signatures Goal: 100

To: The Honorable Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger Paris Whitney Hilton is an American celebrity and socialite. She is an heiress to a share of the Hilton Hotel fortune, as well as to the real estate fortune of her father Richard Hilton. She provides a unique for young people all over the U.S. and the world. She provides beauty and excitement to (most of) our otherwise mundane lives. Hilton is notable for her leading roles on the FOX reality series The Simple Life and in the remake of the Vincent Price horror classic "House of Wax". In addition to her work as an actress, she has achieved some recognition as a model, celebrity spokesperson, singer, and writer. As most of America now knows, Ms. Hilton was just charged in a Los Angeles court with DUI and sentenced to 45 days in Century Regional Detention Facility in California beginning on or before June 5, 2007. We, the American public who dont support Paris, are pleased by how Paris has been the person to be used as an example that Drunk Driving is wrong. We do not support drunk driving. Paris should have been sober. And she was not. Simple as that. As depicted on Friday night's episode "Nancy Grace" on Headline News (May 4, 2007), countless celebrities have been "slapped on the wrist" for similar incidents recently. Nick Nolte, Mel Gibson, Tracy Morgan, Wynonna Judd, to name a few, were arrested and never did a day in jail after their initial arrests for drunk driving /DUI /DWI charges. Rappers Busta Rhymes and Eve still walk free after both being arrested for the same charges as Ms. Hilton just this past week. What is this telling to the American public That if you have money, you can buy whoever you want and break the law Brandy's California Highway accident, although no proof of DUI was evidenced in her accident, resulting in the death of a young wife and mother in California, yet Brandy walks free as of today, never doing any time and A WOMAN HAS BEEN KILLED most likely due to her reckless driving! How much longer can celebrities keep serving no time in jail even though they are committing horrendous crimes This petition is to ask Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to not pardon Paris Hilton for her mistake. Do not allow her to her return to her career and life. Do not let the American public show that laws can be changed for celebrities. Everyone makes mistakes. Everyone are reprimanded for their mistakes. So should she. She is sincere, apologetic, and full of regret for her actions as she explained tearfully to the Judge handling her case in court yesterday.She is distraught and understandably afraid. That does not mean that she didn't commit a crime. She did break the law. WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT to make Paris Hilton go to the Century Regional Detention Facility! Please sign to tell The Honorable Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger of the State of California, to think about the American law and what it stands for, and how everyone should be treated equally in the eyes of the law. We undeniably do NOT support the chance of Paris Hilton being pardoned for her mistake, And we hope and expect The Governor will not let the status of a person depict how much time (if any) they will serve.

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    john United States
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    Lisa Johnston United Kingdom
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    Melissa Robillard United States
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    Catherine Elliott Australia
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    Dave Levy Australia
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    Larry Granberg Luxembourg
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    Andy Wong United States
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    Maria Nicolas United States
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    Charles F. Hulen United States
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    TxAggieJen United States
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    Leah Cleeland United States
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    Anne Frost United States
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