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"lee stewart" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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Terrio was just sentenced to 22 years in prison for his involvement quote unquote on January 6th. mentions Benjamin Kevin Weir who was one of the handful of militants who was arrested after the attack on the federal courthouse in Portland after where pleaded guilty Joe Biden's DOJ made a point to issue a release press about the many years in jail that this domestic terrorist was facing specifically the press release stated Weir's intentional destruction of federal courthouses was punishable by up to 10 years in prison now 10 years in prison is a little light for trying to torture federal courthouse with people inside of it at it's least something it's a long sentence long enough you might think to deter other Californians from trekking to Portland for the purpose of burning down courthouses but what's interesting is that Joe Biden's DOJ never released a follow -up press release after Weir was actually sentenced they sent the message that this harshness would serve some hard time but they failed to inform the public that Weir's actual sentence what was well it's not hard to answer as it happens we're ultimately received a sentence that was nowhere near 10 years that the Biden DOJ suggested he might serve instead on the recommendation of federal prosecutors on the recommendation of federal prosecutors Weir received a sentence of two years probation for trying to fire set to a federal courthouse and indeed Kevin Weir never served a day in prison one not he did have to pay $200 fine though so there is that so if you're a former GOP congressional candidate by the name of Enrique Terrio this is all very confusing Terrio was just sentenced to 22 years in prison for his supposed involvement on January 6 prosecutors had sought 33 year sentence but the judge brought them down a little bit Judge Timothy Kelly. What was Enrique Terrio's crime? Well he didn't try to set the Capitol building on fire on January 6th unlike Kevin Weir he didn't place a flaming piece of wood up against the federal building we know that because on 6th January and Enrique Terrio was nowhere near any federal buildings he'd been arrested for vandalizing a holy BLM banner a few days earlier was sorted by judge to stay far away from Washington DC which is what he did and yet he received the single longest sentence of any January 6th defendant thanks to the Department of Justice and Timothy Kelly it's a surreal news report in a lot of ways for one thing neither the reporter nor the two anchors seem remotely concerned he's talking about a particular report by the fact that Enrique Terreiros was just sentenced to 22 years in for quote -unquote orchestrating a riot that he didn't even attend there's no discussion whatsoever about what Terrio might have done or how exactly he facilitated what happened on January 6th no one cares so let's talk about it according to the government Terrio told his followers on January 6th to quote do what must be done unquote he also told members of the proud boys to organize a big crowd in Washington to storm government buildings the scheme was known as 1776 returns sounds pretty storming government buildings where we seen that before well if you're not a goldfish and your memory extends longer than a few minutes you know the answer to that question here's what the Supreme Court and the Capitol Complex look like during Cavanaugh's hearings and of course he provides video in other words the building was stormed taken over so these bang on the doors the of Supreme Court they storm a Senate office building and their punishment is absolutely nothing they get zip hide it most and let go immediately their explicit purpose was to derail a government proceeding fact some of these activists barged into the Senate chambers none of them suffered any real consequences in fact left left -wing activists have committed acts of violence even homicides have received far lenient sent more lenient sentences than a get that Leo did just did consider the case of BLM arsonists back in 2020 who little lit pawn shop on fire in the name of civil rights three days after st. George Floyd Montez T Lee decided to commit an act of arson that killed Oscar Lee Stewart Stewart's body was found in the rubble for nearly two months wasn't found until nearly two months what act of arson that killed Oscar Lee Stewart Stewart's body found in the rubble what was Montez's least sentence he got less than 10 years in prison that's less than half the sentence less than half the sentence then a leak at the Leo will face for sending some naughty text messages says I'm focusing on a leak at the Leo because his sentence is the most egregious but there are many more examples of this obviously an equal justice we're seeing consider the case of Joseph Biggs a man with absolutely no criminal record Biggs is an army veteran it didn't anyone hurt on January 6th but he did walk around the Capitol building and he did help pull down a fence on the periphery the of building and for that judge Tim Kelly the same judge who sentenced to Rio decided that Joseph Biggs needs to spend 17 years in federal prison where have we seen political demonstrators ripping apart fences in front of government buildings before oh that's right we saw it during the BLM riots that torched St. John's Church crushed in the White House and sent Donald to Trump the nuclear bunker no one involved in tearing down that fencing and setting the church on fire was ever frog marched in front of the cameras are sentenced to 22 years in prison in fact it doesn't appear that anyone involved in that incident or the burning of St. John's Church and he goes on we gotta break up the cabal of judges in DC we gotta move subject matter jurisdiction to jurisdictions that have rational judges because these people are disgusting. 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America's Deeply-Rooted Double Standard of Justice
"If you don't really believe that there is a now deeply rooted double standard of justice in this country. Let me give you a couple of cases to compare one against the other. You remember Jacob chansley, the guy with the big feathers and the guy with the ridiculous outfit on January 6th. Now this is a guy who went into the capitol and basically paraded around. No weapons, no assault, no, even implication of violence. He spent 317 days in solitary confinement. And he got 41 months in prison. The DoJ actually wanted more, but that's what the judge gave him. Now, let's compare his case. With the case of another guy, this guy's name is montez teriya Lee. And this is a guy during a George Floyd riot and antifa BLM riot. What did he do? He set fire to a pawn shop. Deliberately. He was an arsonist. And there was a man inside the pawn shop. Named Oscar Lee Stewart, 30 years old, who was torched to death. This guy was burned. And his body was found afterward he obviously inhaled fumes and he suffocated to death. As a result of the actions of this guy montez, teriya Lee. This is the black guy, I'm looking at a picture of him he's kind of holding his hand up in a kind of black power salute outside the pawn shop. He was obviously very proud of himself and what he did, and he was making a defiant gesture outside the pawn shop. Look, I'm the guy who did this. And now I want to read from the Biden DoJ's statement of the judge asking for this guy not to get a typical murder sentence. Not to get a life sentence, not to get a capital murder sentence because the truth of it is if you commit an intentional felony, and in the course of that felony, even though you didn't intend to kill that guy in the commission of the intentional felony you did kill that guy, it becomes a capital offense normally, normally. But for the Biden DoJ, these are let's just say understandable circumstances. And so the Biden DoJ wants 12 years for this guy for this crime, a crime that normally carries life. I want to read from the Biden DoJ's document. They say, mister Lee's a motive for setting the fires of foremost issue. Mister Lee credibly states that he was in the streets to protest unlawful police violence and was, quote, caught up in the fury. Now they say the DoJ as anyone watching the news worldwide knows many other people in Minnesota with similarly caught up, quote there appear also to have been many people who felt angry frustrated and disenfranchised and who were attempting in many cases in an unacceptably reckless and dangerous manner to give voice to those feelings, mister Lee appears to be in that category. And then they go on to say, he appears to have believed that he was, quote, in doctor king's eloquent words. Engaging in, quote, the language of the unheard. Now, Martin Luther King of one point said a riot is the language of the unheard and here you have the Biden DoJ invoking Martin Luther King to make this guy seem like not a nice guy, but someone who sort of got whipped up into a frenzy and we can kind of understand the cause because after all, he was fighting for social justice. And then the judge goes along with this. The guy gets ten years, which when you consider what he did is an absurdly light sentence. Here is the judge. The judge says two mister Lee. And contrast this again with the judges who have been excoriating the January 6th protesters, nonviolent protesters. Oh, you overturning you're trying to overturn election. You're trying to mount a coup. You're endangering our system of government. Here's the judge. Her name is wilhelmina Wright. She says to Li that you are, quote, more than the person who celebrated your actions on social media. You are more than the person who destroyed that business by fire. You are more than the person who set that fire that killed a man. In other words, the real mister Lee is not the guy who did those things. And then the basic idea is this is how she concludes so while there are no excuses for your actions on May 28, 2020, you have a chance to move forward and live a productive life. The judge is actually even though the victim is dead, saying to the perpetrator, you know, I'd like to see you go on. I'd like to see you become a better person. We don't have to judge you entirely about what you did on that day. You were sort of carried away. You were articulating, quote, the language of the unheard. So look at the kind of gentle understanding empathetic way in which the DoJ treats this particular case and then contrast it with the tight lipped glint in your eye anger that judges, including in one or two cases Trump judges have unleashed on protesters who showed up in Washington D.C. on January 6th to simply express their frustration