. In Case You’ve Missed It A former UCLA student was sentenced to over three years in prison for Capitol riot « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NPR – Judge Trevor McFadden, who was nominated to the federal court by former President Donald Trump, said Secor’s conduct was, “about as blatant and obstructive as any [he’s] seen from that day that didn’t include actual violence.” The probation office recommended a decrease in the sentencing guidelines due to Secor accepting responsibility for his actions, and the defense submitted letters in support of Secor’s remorse. However, McFadden told Secor, “I’m not sure I’ve really seen that from you, sir.” Assistant U.S. Attorney Kimberly Paschall, the prosecutor in the case, emphasized Secor’s enthusiasm for guns and his involvement with America First, which the government called an extremist group.

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