UPDATE: Suspect Who Tried to Eat Interrogation Notes Gets Eight Years

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Clifton Taylor, as you may recall from this post in February, was not only The Suspect Who Tried to Eat the Interrogation Notes but also The Fleeing Bank Robber Who Ditched His Jacket Only to Realize Later He Had Left the Money in It, as well as The Guy Whose Realization He Had Ditched the Money Was Caught by Security Cameras ("Slowly, Taylor put his hands on his head and bent forward, apparently in agony, then bowed his head on the top of a glass display case.")

On July 29, Taylor was sentenced to eight years and nine months in federal prison.  He was convicted in January after a jury trial in which he had chosen to represent himself, only the last in a string of bad decisions on his part.