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He was super duper guilty

Tommy Joe Kelly, unsuccessfully acting as his own lawyer, was convicted of slashing a stranger’s tire by an Austin, Texas, jury, despite his explanation.
“OK, I’m going to tell you the truth on this one,” he said from the witness stand.
“It doesn’t sound right, but it is. I had hemorrhoids at that time, super duper bad.”
There have been 391 tire slashings in Kelly’s neighborhood over the last four years, but he was charged with only one count, and sentenced to 10 years in jail.
Take that,
Dale Foughty, 56, was charged with robbing ...

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