Labrecque was subsequently arrested and charged in Waterbury court with felony cruelty to a person. She was found guilty and was just sentenced to 5 years in prison. A friend of Harkness read a statement to the court after the sentencing in which he called it one of the happiest days of his life. Labrecque told the court that she was under mental and physical stress at the time and had no memory of the incident. Not surprisingly Labrecque’s license was revoked shortly after her arrest.I prefer to advocate preppers from the middle American view, and that is where we need one another. The American dream is one that we build together, I believe. There is no need for greed, and there is no need for complete dependence unless a person is without their faculties.