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6 mins ago, Mokes said:

You're pretty angry for a new guy.

Sometimes the new guys come in hot.  I wonder why that is.  Seems weird that they'd be that fired up when they first got here.

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1 hour ago, fish'nmagician said:

meanwhile the crapsammich brings witty wordplay into every threads he participates in.

Thanks. I am witty, and appreciate the compliment. Even from an ass like yourself.

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56 mins ago, adam42 said:

If you had any substance whatsoever you'd want to purge your own side of criminals if you genuinely believe that crime is bad.

 

You don't though because you lack principles. You lack substance. You are lacking.

 

You're just an ideologue obsessed with a cult of personality. Nothing your guy is ever wrong, everything anyone else does is terrible. If Biden turned around tomorrow and did everything you supposedly think you want him to do you still would hate the man and likewise if Trump got elected again and proceeded to do everything that Biden would have done you'd be loudly cheering from the rafters.

 

End result is you are just a miserable sad sack of chit that makes anger and outrage his entire online persona and just whimpers and cries like a little bitch all day online. You don't stand for anything. All you do here is highlight how angry and insecure you are.

I’m pretty much convinced that he yells and screams a lot even when having a casual conversation.

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6 hours ago, Mokes said:

Do we ever hear the update on the 2 lawyers who tried to kill the Police officers with Molotov Cocktails? Nope. Never.

Ya gotta occasionally open a newspaper. The wheel of justice turns slowly.

 

BROOKLYN (CN) — Two attorneys who pleaded guilty to throwing a Molotov cocktail at an unoccupied police vehicle during a 2020 protest cut a new deal with prosecutors Thursday, slashing in half their prison sentence guidelines. 

 

Colinford Mattis and Urooj Rahman tossed the firebomb through the broken window of an empty NYPD van outside a precinct in Brooklyn’s Fort Greene neighborhood in late May of 2020, amid a rise in protests across the city — and country — in response to George Floyd’s murder. 

 

Under the new agreement to superseding information charging conspiracy to commit arson and to possess an explosive device, the maximum sentence is five years, however the government seeks a term of between 18 months and 24 months. 

 

The pair, who were released pending trial, previously faced up to 10 years in prison based on an October 2021 guilty plea that included a terrorism enhancement, which defense attorneys fought against in court. 

 

Mattis and Rahman each agreed to pay $30,137 in restitution. As Assistant U.S. Attorney Ian Richardson noted for the record, one of the “collateral consequences” of the plea is “almost certainly their disbarment from the practice of law,” which is mandatory under state law.  

Friends and family packed the courtroom during Thursday's change of plea hearing in the Eastern District of New York, as well as an overflow room used to facilitate Covid-19 social distancing protocols. 

 

Rahman, 33, removed her blue medical mask to admit she and Mattis agreed to make and possess an explosive device. 

 

“We assembled the device together and I threw it into an unoccupied, damaged police vehicle,” Rahman said. “I deeply regret my actions and wish I had made different choices.” 

Like his co-defendant, Mattis, 34, acknowledged that the device wasn’t listed in the national firearm registry, and copped to the incident. 

 

“This was in Brooklyn, a few days after George Floyd’s murder,” Mattis said. “I wish I had made different and better choices that night, and I have regretted my actions ever since."

 

The events took place around midnight on May 29, 2020. On that day, 230 protesters were arrested and 10% were charged with felonies, according to the New York attorney general’s report detailing the NYPD’s response during the surge of demonstrations. The following day, 332 people were arrested with 5% facing felonies. 

 

While he is bound by the five-year maximum, U.S. District Judge Brian M. Cogan noted that he could depart from the government’s guidelines. 

 

“You’re not going to know with any certainty what the sentence is going to be,” Cogan told the two Brooklyn attorneys. “If you don’t like the sentence when I impose it, you’re not going to be able to withdraw your guilty plea.” 

 

Mattis is represented by attorney Sabrina Shroff. Appearing for Rahman were Peter Baldwin of the firm Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP and Rita Maxwell, of Bracewell LLP. 

 

Both Shroff and Baldwin declined to comment following the hearing, which ended with supporters pouring out into a lively courthouse hallway, exchanging hugs and handshakes with the defendants and one another. 

 

Sentencing will be handled separately in late September and early October 2022. 

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50 mins ago, Mokes said:

I don't want Trump to run. I want Tulsi. As has been noted here NUMEROUS times. 

I'm a registered Independent and left the Republican Party DURING Trump. 

Tulsi is a commie.

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49 mins ago, fish'nmagician said:

mokes you carry water for Trump on a daily basis,

you need a freshen up your shtick.

No. I call you you shitbird hypocrites daily. 

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Just now, Slacker said:

Tulsi is a commie.

No way. She wouldn't hurt me.

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3 mins ago, Slacker said:

Ya gotta occasionally open a newspaper. The wheel of justice turns slowly.

 

BROOKLYN (CN) — Two attorneys who pleaded guilty to throwing a Molotov cocktail at an unoccupied police vehicle during a 2020 protest cut a new deal with prosecutors Thursday, slashing in half their prison sentence guidelines. 

 

Colinford Mattis and Urooj Rahman tossed the firebomb through the broken window of an empty NYPD van outside a precinct in Brooklyn’s Fort Greene neighborhood in late May of 2020, amid a rise in protests across the city — and country — in response to George Floyd’s murder. 

 

Under the new agreement to superseding information charging conspiracy to commit arson and to possess an explosive device, the maximum sentence is five years, however the government seeks a term of between 18 months and 24 months. 

 

The pair, who were released pending trial, previously faced up to 10 years in prison based on an October 2021 guilty plea that included a terrorism enhancement, which defense attorneys fought against in court. 

 

Mattis and Rahman each agreed to pay $30,137 in restitution. As Assistant U.S. Attorney Ian Richardson noted for the record, one of the “collateral consequences” of the plea is “almost certainly their disbarment from the practice of law,” which is mandatory under state law.  

Friends and family packed the courtroom during Thursday's change of plea hearing in the Eastern District of New York, as well as an overflow room used to facilitate Covid-19 social distancing protocols. 

 

Rahman, 33, removed her blue medical mask to admit she and Mattis agreed to make and possess an explosive device. 

 

“We assembled the device together and I threw it into an unoccupied, damaged police vehicle,” Rahman said. “I deeply regret my actions and wish I had made different choices.” 

Like his co-defendant, Mattis, 34, acknowledged that the device wasn’t listed in the national firearm registry, and copped to the incident. 

 

“This was in Brooklyn, a few days after George Floyd’s murder,” Mattis said. “I wish I had made different and better choices that night, and I have regretted my actions ever since."

 

The events took place around midnight on May 29, 2020. On that day, 230 protesters were arrested and 10% were charged with felonies, according to the New York attorney general’s report detailing the NYPD’s response during the surge of demonstrations. The following day, 332 people were arrested with 5% facing felonies. 

 

While he is bound by the five-year maximum, U.S. District Judge Brian M. Cogan noted that he could depart from the government’s guidelines. 

 

“You’re not going to know with any certainty what the sentence is going to be,” Cogan told the two Brooklyn attorneys. “If you don’t like the sentence when I impose it, you’re not going to be able to withdraw your guilty plea.” 

 

Mattis is represented by attorney Sabrina Shroff. Appearing for Rahman were Peter Baldwin of the firm Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP and Rita Maxwell, of Bracewell LLP. 

 

Both Shroff and Baldwin declined to comment following the hearing, which ended with supporters pouring out into a lively courthouse hallway, exchanging hugs and handshakes with the defendants and one another. 

 

Sentencing will be handled separately in late September and early October 2022. 

I read it too. Nothing on the news. No outrage. They also are getting treated with kid gloves. It's pathetic. 

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21 mins ago, Bass2Snook said:

I’m pretty much convinced that he yells and screams a lot even when having a casual conversation.

You cry during sex.

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48 mins ago, Mummichog said:

Sometimes the new guys come in hot.  I wonder why that is.  Seems weird that they'd be that fired up when they first got here.

Yeah, he's a preachy book writer. Another virtue signaling dick sucker.

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6 mins ago, Mokes said:

You cry during sex.

That's what raider said about you. (he finds it endearing)

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2 mins ago, dwyak said:

That's what raider said about you. (he finds it endearing)

 

12 mins ago, Mokes said:

No way. She wouldn't hurt me.

LOL

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7 mins ago, Mokes said:

Yeah, he's a preachy book writer. Another virtue signaling dick sucker.

Every time you start spouting off nonsense with specifics. Then, when called out on your nonsense you suddenly get all vague so your absurd positions have no clarity to be pulled apart. You then realize that you're now no longer saying anything so switch over to personal attacks.

 

I fear that you are the only rube believing in your tough guy persona. You're a coward. You'll flop like a wet noodle when there's no keyboard between the people you're speaking to.

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14 mins ago, Mokes said:

No. I call you you shitbird hypocrites daily. 

Shitbird

fag

homo

queer

woman

 

Stale.

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