Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Enrique Tarrio Is Sad: Judge Denies Proud Boys Leader’s Request for Early Release

Mod: Proud Enrique said last week that there were feces in his jail cell. Maybe he'll finally grab a mop.

Judge Denies Proud Boys Leader’s Request for Early Release (PoliticusUSA link): HenryEnriqueTarrio, the leader of the alt-right Proud Boys who is serving a five-month sentence for stealing and burning a Black Lives Matter banner from a D.C. church in December, had his request for early release denied by a judge who ruled that poor living conditions in the jail are not a sufficient reason for Tarrio to be released and placed under house arrest.

D.C. Superior Court Judge Jonathan H. Pittman acknowledged that he believes Tarrio’s allegations regarding jail conditions and the mistreatment he’s faced but said Tarrio didn’t prove any “extraordinary and compelling reasons” for why he deserves early release.

Tarrio received a 155-day prison sentence in August and began serving his sentence in September.  He had requested that his sentence be reduced to 90 days or that he be allowed to finish it in home confinement.

“I’ve been to jail before and what I’ve seen here, I’ve never seen anywhere else,” Tarrio told Pittman last week. “This place needs to be shut down immediately.”

“It is obviously distressing to hear of these conditions,” Pittman said at the time. “I come back to the same question: How is Mr. Tarrio’s condition any different than any other inmate at the jail?”

Mod: The following video asks some interesting questions. We need the answers.

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31 comments:

  1. Proud Boys are a bunch of 'puffers'.
    All blow and no GO, much like donny trumpee.
    Get over it, donny trumpee LOST and so are the proud boys, who act so fem-fatal?

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    1. Too bad so sad, Enrique. Try taking a crap in the toilet little boy!

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    2. What a snowflake. It's jail, not one of tRump's properties! No Golden toilet!!!

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  2. U.S. invites Taiwan to its democracy summit; China angered.

    There are 110 participants on the State Department's invitation list for the virtual event on Dec. 9 and 10, which aims to help stop democratic backsliding and the erosion of rights and freedoms worldwide. The list does not include China or Russia.

    Taiwan's Foreign Ministry said the government would be represented by Digital Minister Audrey Tang and Hsiao Bi-khim, Taiwan's de facto ambassador in Washington.
    In Asia, some U.S. allies such as Japan and South Korea were invited, while others like Thailand and Vietnam were not. Other notable absentees were U.S. allies Egypt and NATO member Turkey. Representation from the Middle East will be slim, with Israel and Iraq the only two countries invited.

    https://news.yahoo.com/biden-administration-invites-taiwan-summit-024438866.html

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  3. Judge scolds FL man who took Pelosi lectern in Capitol riot. ‘Why shouldn’t I lock you up?’

    The agreement is also recommending that Johnson pay $500 restitution for his share of the damage done to the Capitol — which totaled nearly $1.5 million. Johnson was not present in the Washington D.C. for Monday’s hearing, and the plea was instead taken in a video conference.

    Johnson could face up to one year in prison, a $100,000 fine, a year of supervised release and could be forced to pay whatever restitution is left to be paid after payments from others convicted in the case.
    Others were beating on the door and chanting “stop the steal.” Johnson shouted that a bust of Washington in that vestibule would be “a great battering ram.”

    https://news.yahoo.com/judge-scolds-fl-man-took-184829775.html

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  4. When your scum, you swim with scum also.

    The RNC paid more than $121,000 towards former President Donald Trump's personal legal bills as he faces a criminal investigation in New York.

    The inquiry into Trump and his company's finances is wide-ranging and has been underway for more than two years.

    The office of New York Attorney General Letitia James is also investigating the Trump Organization's finances, as well as the former president's personal finances, to determine if the company falsely inflated the value of Trump's assets for the purpose of loans and tax benefits.

    Another source familiar with the committee's discussions regarding paying Trump's legal bills told The Post that the RNC approved the decision because James had made past remarks targeting the former president.

    https://news.yahoo.com/rnc-paid-more-121-000-024950257.html

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  5. Colbert Burns 'Complete Moron' Matt Gaetz With A Reminder Of His Legal Problems.

    “So, Rittenhouse was found not guilty,” Colbert said, emphasizing the “not guilty” with air quotes. “But only a complete moron would celebrate this clear tragedy by making this guy a hero.”

    That led him to Gaetz, who excitedly tweeted an all-caps “NOT GUILTY!!!!!!!” in reaction to the verdict.

    “Of course, Gaetz has a vested interest in juries finding people not guilty,” Colbert said. “Especially when it involves a 17-year-old crossing state lines.”

    Gaetz is reportedly under investigation in a federal sex trafficking probe looking into whether he and others paid for sex at drug-fueled parties involving a 17-year-old girl, including possibly paying for her to travel with him across state lines.

    That same probe led to the arrest and guilty plea of his reported wingman, Joel Greenberg, a former Florida tax collector now cooperating with the investigation.

    https://news.yahoo.com/colbert-burns-complete-moron-matt-070323720.html

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  6. Lawyers Who Challenged 2020 Election Ordered To Pay $187,000 Legal Fees.
    Fielder and Walker had baselessly accused Facebook, Dominion, the CTCL, and state officials of plotting to steal the election from former President Donald Trump by altering votes, using unreliable voting machines, and counting illegal votes, among other tactics. They sought $1.6 billion in damages on behalf of the nation’s 160 million voters.

    https://news.yahoo.com/lawyers-challenged-2020-election-ordered-193108732.html

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  7. White justice for white people?
    A White Cop Who Helped Assault A Black Colleague Was Given A Lighter Sentence Than He’d Asked For.

    Dustin Boone, 37, was sentenced to one year and one day in prison for aiding and abetting the deprivation of civil rights under color of law of undercover officer Luther Hall. He was convicted in June after a nine-day trial.

    Prosecutors had asked that Boone be imprisoned for 10 years; his own defense team had asked for just over two years.

    By sentencing Hall to one day over the one-year sentence, US District Judge E. Richard Webber ensured the former police officer will also be eligible to have time taken off his sentence for good behavior.

    The light sentence prompted Hall and his stunned supporters to walk out of the courtroom in disgust, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
    "You’ve increased that racial divide in the city," Hall told the judge.
    But before Boone was sentenced, Hall told Webber he believed the prior two sentences demonstrated "leniency that’s not shown to African American defendants."

    https://news.yahoo.com/judge-gave-white-cop-lighter-220920990.html

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  8. This is what traitor's trash looks like, 2021
    70 West Point graduates call on Alaska lawmaker to resign.

    A letter signed by 69 fellow West Point graduates was published in the Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman and called on Eastman to resign after his membership in the Oath Keepers became public, with another name added after publication. Eastman had previously confirmed to the Anchorage Daily News that he became a member of the organization shortly after it formed more than a decade ago.

    “We give it as our fixed opinion that, as a serving member of the Alaska State Legislature who has repeatedly emphasized your status as a veteran and a graduate, you have discredited yourself and betrayed the values of West Point,” the letter said. “We call on you to do the honorable thing and resign from office.”
    He was dis-invited from events sponsored by the West Point Society of Alaska after he drew a comparison between Biden and Adolph Hitler in September, and posted a link on social media leading to a Holocaust denial site, the Daily News reported.

    https://news.yahoo.com/70-west-point-graduates-call-223307346.html

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  9. A Black Man Charged With Murder Said He Shot At A Group Of White Teens in Self-Defense.
    If it works for a white guy, then why not for a black guy? Equal justice in America?
    Around 1 a.m. on June 14, 2020, 21-year-old Marc Wilson, who is Black, and his 21-year-old girlfriend, Emma Rigdon, who is white, left a Taco Bell in Statesboro, Georgia. At a stoplight, they pulled up next to a pickup truck. Wilson’s lawyers say that at least one of the white teenagers inside the truck shouted the n-word and “your lives don’t matter.”

    Wilson later told police that the teenagers in the pickup truck swerved in front of him, tried to knock his sedan off the highway, and threw an object that impacted the car with a loud sound that made him think they might be shooting at him. Wilson pulled out a gun and fired out his window at the truck. The bullet struck and killed 17-year-old Haley Hutcheson, who was sitting in the pickup’s backseat.

    https://news.yahoo.com/black-man-facing-murder-charges-154751101.html

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  10. A Black Man Charged With Murder Said He Shot At A Group Of White Teens in Self-Defense.

    If it works for a white guy, then why not for a black guy? Equal justice in America?
    Around 1 a.m. on June 14, 2020, 21-year-old Marc Wilson, who is Black, and his 21-year-old girlfriend, Emma Rigdon, who is white, left a Taco Bell in Statesboro, Georgia. At a stoplight, they pulled up next to a pickup truck. Wilson’s lawyers say that at least one of the white teenagers inside the truck shouted the n-word and “your lives don’t matter.”

    Wilson later told police that the teenagers in the pickup truck swerved in front of him, tried to knock his sedan off the highway, and threw an object that impacted the car with a loud sound that made him think they might be shooting at him. Wilson pulled out a gun and fired out his window at the truck. The bullet struck and killed 17-year-old Haley Hutcheson, who was sitting in the pickup’s backseat.

    https://news.yahoo.com/black-man-facing-murder-charges-154751101.html

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  11. Spencer, Kessler, Cantwell and other white supremacists found liable in deadly Unite the Right rally

    More than a dozen of the nation’s most prominent white supremacists and hate groups conspired to intimidate, harass or commit acts of violence during 2017′s deadly Unite the Right rally, according to a jury that also decided the men and their racist organizations should pay $26 million in damages.

    The 11 jurors couldn’t come to an agreement on two federal conspiracy claims, but they found that every defendant — including former alt-right leader Richard Spencer, rally organizer Jason Kessler and Christopher Cantwell, dubbed the “crying Nazi” after sharing a video of himself weeping — was liable under Virginia law.

    “We think that is a resounding verdict today and frankly a good sign for the future on the remaining counts,” plaintiffs attorney Karen Dunn said, referring to the allegations that the men conspired to commit racially motivated violence and failed to stop it — accusations her clients might pursue again in a future lawsuit.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/dc-md-va/2021/11/23/charlottesville-verdict-live-updates/

    Sad day for MAGAs.

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  12. Jan. 6 Organizers Used Anonymous Burner Phones to Communicate with White House and Trump Family, Sources Say.

    A key planner of the Jan. 6 rally/riot near the White House insisted the burner phones be purchased with cash, a source says.

    Kylie Kremer, a top official in the “March for Trump” group that helped plan the Ellipse rally, directed an aide to pick up three burner phones days before Jan. 6, according to three sources who were involved in the event. One of the sources, a member of the “March for Trump” team, says Kremer insisted the phones be purchased using cash and described this as being “of the utmost importance.”

    The three sources said Kylie Kremer took one of the phones and used it to communicate with top White House and Trump campaign officials, including Eric Trump, the president’s second-oldest son, who leads the family’s real-estate business; Lara Trump, Eric’s wife and a former senior Trump campaign consultant; Mark Meadows, the former White House chief of staff; and Katrina Pierson, a Trump surrogate and campaign consultant.

    https://uproxx.com/viral/jan-6th-trump-burner-phones/

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  13. Kinda whiney these proud boys.

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    1. They think they’re pretty special, and they get upset when it isn’t recognized.

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    2. It's hard to do their business when they are locked up for being the assholes they are.

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    3. Ain’t too proud to beg..

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  14. Looks like the McMichael and Bryan throwbacks don't get to go to Mar-a-Lago.

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  15. Three defendants of assasination of Ahmaud Aubery guilty on many counts: life in prison without possibility of parole is a reality for these hideous human beings.

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    1. Good thing Trump isn't president anymore. He'd probably pardon them.

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    2. He would give them medals.

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  16. Let me count the ways the murders of Ahmaud Aubery will be enjoying their stay at one of Georgia's finest prison's? I give up? the real questions should be, how long will they live inside a system known for mass incarceration of minorities? And all before 2021 Thanksgiving?

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  17. Former Georgia district attorney booked on charges of obstructing Ahmaud Arbery murder case.
    The indictment says Johnson violated her oath by "showing favor and affection" to Greg McMichael and "failing to treat Ahmaud Arbery and his family fairly and with dignity." It also says she obstructed police by "directing that Travis McMichael should not be placed under arrest."

    "She should spend time in prison," said Lee Merritt, an attorney for Arbery's mother. "Her actions are not just acts of negligence, but she actively worked to cover up the murder."
    Georgia was one of a handful of states that did not have a hate crime law at the time of Arbery's killing, but his death galvanized advocates in the state and led to the passage of a state hate crime statute last year.
    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/ahmaud-arbery-prosecutor-jackie-johnson-charged-obstruction/

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  18. Spies inside USA running telephone company
    U.S. opposes China Telecom's bid to continue U.S. operations.

    The FCC said China Telecom "is subject to exploitation, influence, and control by the Chinese government and is highly likely to be forced to comply with Chinese government requests without sufficient legal procedures subject to independent judicial oversight."

    The FCC added, "It is undisputed that China Telecom is wholly owned by a Chinese entity, which is in turn majority-owned and controlled by a Chinese state-owned enterprise."

    China Telecom, which has been authorized for the past 20 years to provide telecommunications services in the United States, had more than 335 million subscribers worldwide in 2019. It also provides services to Chinese government facilities in the United States and has warned that FCC action would force it "to end its entire resold mobile resale service in the U.S."

    https://news.yahoo.com/u-opposes-china-telecoms-court-140932945.html

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  19. U.S. should not have any illusions about Taiwan, says China

    China is willing to maintain exchanges and cooperation with the United States, he added.

    "However, for a period of time, the U.S. side has said a lot of irresponsible things and done a lot of provocative things on Taiwan, the South China Sea, and close up reconnaissance by warships and aircraft," Wu said.

    China has principles for the development of relations between the two militaries, which is to say its sovereignty, dignity, and core interests cannot be violated, he added.

    "Especially on the Taiwan issue, China has no room for compromise, and the U.S. side should not have any illusions about this."

    https://news.yahoo.com/u-not-illusions-taiwan-says-082127741.html

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  20. Five Georgia Police Officers Have Turned Themselves In After Being Charged With Murder In The Death Of A 24-Year-Old.

    Officers can also be heard shouting at Rodriguez to "roll over."

    According to the Henry County prosecutors, Rodriguez died of asphyxiation "as a result of the officers holding him down on the ground while he was handcuffed and shackled, applying pressure to his body."

    https://news.yahoo.com/five-georgia-police-officers-turned-010917329.html

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  21. Michael Flynn Goes Full Tinfoil Hat With Bonkers New COVID-19 Theory.
    “Their little plan with COVID didn’t work because too many people, you know, the world of what I call the digital warriors, or the citizen journalists that are out there. They are fighting for the truth, and so the truth has been exposed about all the COVID tyranny that we are facing,” Flynn told prominent conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on “The Alex Jones Show.”

    https://news.yahoo.com/michael-flynn-goes-full-tinfoil-052539928.html

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  22. Georgia makes another first in BAD police activity's
    3 Columbus cops on administrative leave after ‘conduct’ during arrest of 13-year-old girl.
    Police Chief Freddie Blackmon said he ordered an investigation after he was alerted to a video online that showed officers involved in arresting a juvenile, “where the juvenile was being whipped or punished.” He said the minor was “struck with a belt.”

    https://news.yahoo.com/columbus-police-officers-administrative-leave-163443636.html

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  23. Ahmaud Arbery killing: defense lawyer accused of displaying ‘the essence of white supremacy’.

    Kevin Gough, the lawyer for William “Roddie” Bryan, one of the defendants, sparked outrage during the trial by stating: “We don’t want any more Black pastors in here,” and asking the judge to ban high-profile church leaders such as the Revs Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, who have both attended. The judge refused the demand.

    In a pre-trial interview with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Gough also said he thought there were not enough “Bubbas or Joe six-packs” – meaning white, older blue-collar workers - on the jury.

    https://news.yahoo.com/ahmaud-arbery-killing-defense-lawyer-162830676.html

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  24. I don't know why he's complaining. He's now a King with a very appropriate throne. What's the problem Not-So-Proud-Now Boy?

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