Those lawyers attacking the police during the George Floyd riots in New York City have pled guilty. It says they are “expected” to be disbarred and face years in prison. Let’s hope that is the case.
“Two attorneys arrested for allegedly throwing Molotov cocktails at NYPD vehicles during George Floyd protests in New York City in May 2020 each pleaded guilty in Brooklyn federal court Wednesday to a single count of making an incendiary device.
Colinford Mattis, a Princeton and NYU Law graduate who had worked at Pryor Cashman, and public interest attorney Urooj Rahman, who attended Fordham Law, face up to 10 years in prison when they are sentenced in February.
The federal government is pushing for the max, arguing the judge should apply a "terrorism" enhancement to the penalty because what the attorneys allegedly did was intended to intimidate NYPD officers. In addition to prison time, both men are "nearly certain to be disbarred," the federal judge said.”
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It's for the Children
Here is the text for my column this week, which for some may be inaccessible due to a registration firewall at the Washington Times. Courtesy of the paper, here it is as a free perk for Tammy supporters here at Locals 😃👍 I also have the audio for you here as a podcast. Enjoy, and thank you for your support! https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2022/jan/5/democrats-abuse-of-power-and-manipulating-covid-19/
The week leading into 2022 signaled that perhaps the universe was in the mood to hold the previously untouchable accountable. There were guilty verdicts in criminal trials for two women who have enjoyed breathtaking lives filled with money, influence and power lavished on them by an establishment that rarely, if ever, pays the price for their crimes.
But Ghislaine Maxwell and Elizabeth Holmes, guilty of what appears at first blush to be disparately different offenses, are arguably the purveyors of very similar (and common) deceits in the worlds of politics and entertainment. Manipulation, ...
I'm always astounded at the mental gymnastics in trying to get around the facts. The painting belonged to the Sterns. It should be returned to them.