(WBNS-TV) Fogle's attorneys have argued that the sentence handed down in November 2015 was too harsh. Prosecutors sought a 12 1/2-year sentence, while Fogle's attorneys asked for five years. Fogle claims he was punished, in part, for what amounted to "fantasies." But the government said in its Monday filing that Fogle's explanation is inaccurate.
"Fogle's 'fantasies' were grounded in reality, in that he fantasized about and sought actively to repeat what he had already done, i.e., pay minors for sex," prosecutors wrote.