Transformers Crossover AT-TE Spotlight

Jay Cochran - January 31, 2009
Thanks to the folks over at, we now have a detailed look at Hasbro new Transformers Crossover AT-TE. Check out the images below.
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BeautifulDisaster - 2008-05-10 @ 1:13 am


If you haven't heard the news already, Hulk Hogan's son Nick was sentenced this afternoon to 8 months in jail, 5 years of probation and 3 years without a drivers license. Here are some fun facts regarding Nick's first night in the slammer:

-- He is the only sentenced juvenile in the juvenile population of the Pinellas County Jail. All of the 56 other juveniles are pre-trial -- some on violent felony charges.

-- For his first meal in jail, Nick Hogan will be be eating chicken with turkey gravy, rice, bread, and peas and carrots.

-- Since he's the only juvenile there, Nick will be housed at the Inmate Healthcare Facility of the Pinellas County Jail in a single cell.

Also, rumor has it that his first showermate was "11 inches" and was "gentle." LOL!

Blackmada - 2008-05-09 @ 10:57 pm

Nick Bollea, Hulk Hogan's son, had a date at the Pinellas County courtroom

today along with his father, mom Linda and sister Brooke to face the felony

charge of reckless driving involving serious bodily injury. Nick pleaded no

contest to the charges and the State said that the Graziano family is asking

for a year's jail sentence. Nick's attorney, Kevin Hayslett, agreed to a one

year deal with probation up to five years after he discussed it with his

client and parents. It was then asked if Nick could do probation in the

state of California instead of Florida and the Judge didn't have any problem

with that. The Judge explained to Nick that agreeing to the no contest plea

it waives any rights for a trial and he would be sentenced today to which

Nick agrees.

Pinellas County Assistant State's Attorney Scott Rosenwasser then proceeded

for his talk and showed the Judge a video as well a photos from the crash.

Ed Graziano, the father of the victim, talked afterwards, listing his son's

medals and accomplishments he received as a United States Marine. He said

the crash is all because of the "reckless and senseless act of Nick Bollea,"

and added that "What Al Qaeda didn't do to my son, Nick Bollea did it in a

matter of minutes," referring his son's trips to Iraq. John Graziano's

sister addressed the court and was an emotional wreck during her speech. She

said Nick never said sorry for what he did and there's no punishment that is

enough. John's girlfriend Ashley was up next and just like his sister cried

throughout her speech, holding her head down while reading her letter to the

court. She slammed Nick for drinking while being underage and for his

horrible driving history and said that "he should never be allowed to drive

again." John's mom took the stand and seemed the most calm out of the bunch.

She said that Nick should be sentenced at least six months to one year in

jail, five years probation, no alcohol during the five years and must

complete the probation in full. "I'm not seeking revenge, only justice," she


Hulk Hogan took the stand after a short note by Nick's legal team. Hulk said

that John was a part of their family and they took him to several family

trips and helped him when he had problems with his father. Hulk explained

how the day before he went to Iraq he spent his time with the Hogan family

and when he was in Iraq he called and wrote several times, asking for

protein and power bars. Hulk said that Nick was poorly portrayed by the

media because of his on air persona and said that their show wasn't reality

TV but it was scripted and Nick did whatever the producers asked him to do.

After regaining his composure, Hulk pleaded the Judge not to have his son a

convicted felon and while he's certainly not asking for any preference, he's

doesn't want his son to be harshly penalized because of who his father is.

Linda Bollea was next saying the accident was heart breaking for both

families and went over the fact again that John was like family. "I know my

son never meant to hurt his best friend," Linda said while crying. She added

that Nick will live with this for the rest of his life no matter what the

sentence will be. A letter from Nick's grandfather - Linda's dad - was then

read out.

Sean Schumura, who runs a charity, took over and said that Nick has been

working for the National Wave charity for several months now and turned over

his $150 per day pay back to the charity. He said that Nick would be more

helpful if he's still allowed to donate his time and services to the charity

rather than being locked up.

Nick Bollea took the stand next, saying that he misses being around John

every single day that goes by. He understands the pain that he caused to

both families and feels terrible about it and apologized for his actions. He

said no matter what anyone says about him, he thinks of John and the

accident everyday. Nick then turned around facing the Graziano family and

apologized for what he did and said that he will never be able to say sorry

enough. Nick said that since the accident he hasn't driven yet and mentioned

his work at the charity.

Brooke was next to talk and said that she's here to defend both her brothers

- her biological one, Nick, and John. Brooke - who cried during her speech -

told the Judge how John was like a brother and her best friend who protected

her when needed. She said that both families went from best friends to


After closing arguments by both the attorney and the Assistant State's

Attorney, the Judge took over for sentencing. "There's no magic answer, no

perfect way to do it," explained Judge Philip Federico. At the end of his

speech, the Judge withhold adjudication but sentenced Nick - who sported a

stone cold face - to 8 months in prison at the Pinellas County jail, five

years probation, 500 hours community service, three years driving license

suspension, no alcohol for five years, DUI school and nearly $7,000 in

fines. He said there are 30 days to appeal the decision and Nick would be

taken to jail starting from that very moment. Interesting to note is that

Hulk and Linda didn't sit next to each other with Linda's mom and Brooke

sitting next to Hulk and Linda on the other end of the bench. After the

trial was over, Hulk stood there staring while Linda walked by in front

without even looking at him.

(credit: The Wrestling-Online Newsletter )

Blackmada - 2008-05-09 @ 8:06 pm

He got 8 months in jail and 5 years probation. 500 hours of community service.

BeautifulDisaster - 2008-05-09 @ 8:44 am

Don't drop the soap, Nicky boy!

Sad truth is, I bet he gets three months... probation.

Dark Horse - 2008-05-09 @ 12:56 am

Yay! I hope he gets the maximum sentence. I would wish he gets his ass raped, but he'd probably enjoy that.

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