Kwame Kilpatrick regained his freedom this morning, emerging from a Wayne County jail after a 99-day sentence and he doesn't have any plans to sue anybody, according to Free Press reports.
Former Mayor Kilpatrick, 38, had lost about 25 pounds when he left the downtown Detroit facility wearing a dark suit just after 12:30 a.m.. After a yearlong process of a text-messaging sex scandal that ended in Kilpatrick's arrest, plea, jailing and release.
He's not bitter. He said he learned a lot, Willie Gary said during an impromptu sidewalk news conference. He said this has been an experience he'll never forget, and he thinks because of it he'll be a better person.
Now, Kwame Kilpatrick who quickly rose from a state representative to mayor of a city of 900,000 people simply is looking for work.