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Mar 13 - Breaking: Judge Jackson hits Paul Manafort with 73 months in jail


 
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 1 week ago '05        #1
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phantomnation 3110 heat pts3110
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Mar 13 - Breaking: Judge Jackson hits Paul Manafort with 73 months in jail
 

 
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 1 week ago '19        #2
Hotep11 3 heat pts
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73 months for Collusion??? oh wait nvm

aint no collusion Bih

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 1 week ago '12        #3
Heisenberg 139 heat pts139
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So 7 and half years in total. I can live with that

He’s about to be 70 years old. n*gga might die in prison while Hillary still walking around free
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 1 week ago '05        #4
phantomnation 3110 heat pts3110 OP
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People who got more time doing the same crimes as Manafort:


1. Crystal Mason

Crystal Mason Mason is currently serving 10 months in federal prison and then faces five years in state custody. All for casting a provisional ballot in Nov. 2016 while on supervised release.


2. Former Trenton Mayor Tony Mack

In May 2014, Mack received a 58 months prison for extortion and bribery. He was just released from prison in May of 2018.


3. Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick

In March of 2013, Kwame Kilpatrick was convicted on 24 federal felony counts, including mail fraud, wire fraud, and racketeering. On October of 2013, Kilpatrick was sentenced to 28 years in federal prison.


4. Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin

In 2014, Ray Nagin was convicted on 20 of 21 charges of wire fraud, bribery, and money laundering. He is currently serving ten years in federal prison. The earliest he could be released is May 2023.


5. Former US Rep. William Jefferson

Former Democratic Congressman William Jefferson was charged with 16 counts including bribery and racketeering and sentenced to 13 years in prison, the longest sentence ever given to a congressman at the time. He spent five and a half of his 13 years in prison after being released on appeal and then accepting a plea deal.


6. Alice Marie Johnson


In 1996, Alice Marie Johnson was convicted for her involvement in a Memphis cocaine trafficking organization. She was sentenced to life imprisonment for the nonviolent crime. In June 2018, after serving 21 years in prison, President Donald Trump commuted her sentence.


7. Stephanie George


Stephanie George was serving a life sentence for a nonviolent drug crime. In 2013, her sentence was commuted by President Barack Obama. After being in jail since 1996, she was released in April of 2014.


8. Donel Clark


In 1994, when Clark was 29, he was sentenced to 30 years for a non-violent drug offense — it was his first offense. At the age of 50, he was released in 2015 after President Obama commuted his sentence. See the powerful video above.


9. Clarence Aaron


Clarence Aaron was a first-time offender for a non-violent crime. He was denied clemency by President Bush but granted a commutation by President Obama in December 2013. He was in prison for more than 15 years.



10. Alton Mills

In 1993, Mills was only 25 years old when he received a mandatory life-without-parole sentence for a nonviolent drug crime. President Obama commuted Alton’s sentence in December 2015. He was released in 2016. Watch the video above with Senator d*ck Durbin telling the Chicago native’s story.
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 1 week ago '16        #5
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 Heisenberg said
So 7 and half years in total. I can live with that

He’s about to be 70 years old. n*gga might die in prison while Hillary still walking around free


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 1 week ago '17        #6
Ymmot 13 heat pts13
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If this dude doesn't eventually get charged with conspiracy or something...


Edit: nvm, this is for conspiracy

 1 week ago '05        #7
phantomnation 3110 heat pts3110 OP
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 1 week ago '17        #8
Ymmot 13 heat pts13
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 phantomnation said
Sdny bout to clear house.
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 1 week ago '04        #9
Chronos 10 heat pts10
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Not enough time but let’s see what happens in NY.

 1 week ago '17        #10
Ymmot 13 heat pts13
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 Hotep11 said
73 months for Collusion??? oh wait nvm

aint no collusion Bih

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For the dudes with learning disabilities.
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 1 week ago '18        #11
DUCEDUCE 5 heat pts
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Damn hes done. Imagine from millionaire to doing time. fu*k him piece of sh*t.
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 1 week ago '10        #12
Bandito 173 heat pts173
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 phantomnation said
People who got more time doing the same crimes as Manafort:


1. Crystal Mason

Crystal Mason Mason is currently serving 10 months in federal prison and then faces five years in state custody. All for casting a provisional ballot in Nov. 2016 while on supervised release.
I don't know why people want to use her as an example.

She was on parole when she committed another crime. Her original sentence was reinstated. The judge actually went easy on her and could have given her 2 years instead of the 10 months. She also had a history of violating probation in a previous crime when she was younger.

I don't know about the cases of the other people on that list. It's never a good idea to just copy and paste something like that without doing your own research on the people.
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 1 week ago '05        #13
phantomnation 3110 heat pts3110 OP
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 Bandito said
I don't know why people want to use her as an example.

She was on parole when she committed another crime. Her original sentence was reinstated. The judge actually went easy on her and could have given her 2 years instead of the 10 months. She also had a history of violating probation in a previous crime when she was younger.

I don't know about the cases of the other people on that list. It's never a good idea to just copy and paste something like that without doing your own research on the people.

This list came from Joe Madison the Black Eagle. Sirius XM

 1 week ago '10        #14
Frasier 244 heat pts244
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How much is Podesta getting? Seeing as he did these same crimes?

 1 week ago '18        #15
Juliette DaBlok 13 heat pts13
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 Frasier said
How much is Podesta getting? Seeing as he did these same crimes?
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OldBusiness 176 heat pts176
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 Frasier said
How much is Podesta getting? Seeing as he did these same crimes?
Trump to yall for 2 years Podesta and Hillbot k*llary were going down.

Now all his friends and employees are getting investigated by his OWN department of justice


Aye man you been hoodwinked. If you believe Trump then I gotta newly built wall along the border to sell you

 1 week ago '10        #17
Frasier 244 heat pts244
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 Juliette DaBlok said
I ain't mad at all. I'm literally happy as hell. You think I give one iota of a fu*k about Manafort. You'd be out of your mind if you believed that.

C'mon son.
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 1 week ago '16        #18
MadMarlo 
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 Frasier said
How much is Podesta getting? Seeing as he did these same crimes?
Delete ur account u pedophile
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 1 week ago '08        #19
tdnupe3 15 heat pts15
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In all honesty, this is more time than I was expecting him to get on federal charges. The guy is politically connected on a global scale. At the end of the day, 7-8 years is something I can live with. I definitely WANT him to get more time than this, but it's more than I expected.

I'm not usually one to wish prison on someone, but in this case, I hope SDNY hits him with the hammer and makes sure that he does at least 10 years.
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 1 week ago '10        #20
Bandito 173 heat pts173
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 Frasier said
I ain't mad at all. I'm literally happy as hell. You think I give one iota of a fu*k about Manafort. You'd be out of your mind if you believed that.

C'mon son.
Your're mad that Manafort is looking at 7 years and not Podesta.

You showed you cared about Manafort by trying to deflect to Podesta.

Since you brought him up. Care to show one example of John Podesta doing what Manafort is charged with. I know you mostly be repeating talking points. It would be interesting to see if you could provide something to support your rhetoric.
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