Only two weeks in the pokey and already Dinesh is out prowling on a day pass. Oh justice, where is your sting?
Most of the interview is softball-ish. What's life in a community confinement center like, how does it feel to be part of the "prison culture?" (As if.)
But D'Souza wants everyone to know he's still at large during the day, he can still make films as long as he checks in at night, and he's occasionally given day passes to fly to New York City to make films.
For D'Souza, it is a great political victory to be convicted of a felony and receive a sentence like that.
Boy, I'll say. Like summer camp on the taxpayers' dime.