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Probably it was the victim impact statements

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Boy Band Mogul Lou Pearlman Sentenced to 25 Years in Prison:

Boy band mogul Lou Pearlman, who launched Backstreet Boys and ‘N Sync, was sentenced to 25 years in prison on Wednesday…

I dunno. This seems a little excessive to me. Okay, launching ‘N Sync, granted, you’re talking 8 to 10, but the Backstreet rap is worth at most another 5…

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