Jared Fogle's plea deal in his child pornography case has pissed off a convicted sex offender who says he's facing more time for a less serious crime and now wants justice.
Thomas S. Ford wrote to Fogle's sentencing judge calling Fogle's plea deal "ludicrous" and "a slap in the face" to both his victims and others convicted for non-contact sex offenses.
Ford is doing 16-and-a-half years in a Miami prison for trading child pornography over the Internet. Unlike Fogle, Ford claims he never made contact with minors -- physically or on the web -- yet under his plea deal, Fogle is only facing 5 to 12.5 years.
Ford says Fogle deserves way more because he had 14 victims and he traveled across state lines for sexual contact with minors. He's suggesting Fogle get something closer to 30 years.