|Boston Drug Lord Demands Latte Machine for Prison Cell|
|by Tom McGregor||Fri, Jan 3, 2014, 01:56 AM|
As the saying goes, "Don't do the crime if you can't do the time." Boston's most legendary drug lord, Alexis Hidalgo, is now learning this fact of life the hard way. He considers his prison cell conditions as appalling, since he has no access to a latte machine. Fortunately, he can count on Left-leaning Democrat Party judges to adress his concerns.
According to the Boston Herald, "An accused Dorchester drug lord — whose champagne-and-sportscar lifestyle ended with his arrest last year — says he can’t stand the conditions in federal lockup, telling a judge the food in jail is cold, the water is foul and the cells have no microwaves."
Alexis Hidalgo is also claiming that he is now a born-again Christian, so it's essential to have a latte machine to help him pray.
As reported by the Boston Herald, "Alexis “Papi-Thing” Hidalgo, the deposed, alleged high-rolling head of the Hendry Street gang, is requesting a transfer to the Wyatt Detention Facility in Rhode Island or MCI-Cedar Junction, saying either would meet his needs better than the Plymouth County Correctional Facility, which is holding him through its contract with the federal government."
Nevertheless, Drug Lord Hidalgo heaps high praise for Judge Robert B. Collings, a Democrat. He called him a "true class act."
To read the entire article from the Boston Herald, link here:
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