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Today, Jones admitted to fabricating the entire story for attention. She also told the court she wanted to “come clean” in order to make amends for the inconvenience she caused. The presiding judge sentenced her to three years’ probation, psychiatric counseling and 350 hours of community service -- the amount of time police wasted looking into her bogus claims. The judge also told Jones, “You should consider yourself extremely lucky, Ms. Jones. Had this been a court in Texas, you would lying on a gurney right now, waiting for a lethal does of potassium chloride to stop your heart. Believe me, you walk out of here a fortunate woman, not the 256th notch on Rick Perry’s belt.”
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