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There are not all that many people I would like to see in jail, but Joe Francis is one of the people towards the top of that list. Yesterday he was convicted of terrorizing three women after a night out in 2011. He was convicted on false imprisonment charges and assault and also trying to get people not to testify. Francis grabbed one woman and took her to his limo. Her two friends followed and they all thought they were going to their car. Francis took them to his house instead and tried to take one of the women from the other two and when she refused he beat her and slammed her head into the ground. Francis then kicked them out and told them not to call the cops. Obviously they did. He faces five years in jail.
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