Indiana Grandmother Will Be First Person Sentenced In The Status Quo's Manufactured Capitol "Riot"
All across this fine septic tank of a land, maniacs who looted and burned cities for months in full view of the Nation are having the charges against them dropped. That is - the perpetrators that were arrested at all. Thousands upon thousands of looters, thieves, robbers and perpetrators of violent assaults have been left to do their worst throughout the major cities of this country, and given license to do so by the State authorities in whom We The People have vested so much trust.
Rather than perform the duty that We The People have for so long "believed" is the State's obligation, which is to "protect" The People, the State has instead turned its attention to a most fitting target for such weaklings to attack. A Grandmother, Anna Morgan-Lloyd, (menacingly pictured below) from Indiana that showed up to the Capitol event this past January to show her support for the semblance of fair elections.
"Morgan-Lloyd had been charged with four misdemeanors for illegally entering the Capitol; she cut a deal and pleaded guilty to one of those counts, for “parading, demonstrating, or picketing in a Capitol building.” The charge carried a maximum sentence of six months in jail. As part of the plea deal, she agreed to pay $500 in restitution toward the nearly $1.5 million in damage the government has said rioters caused; defendants who plead guilty to felony charges have agreed to pay $2,000."
It seems we are ruled by faggots either afraid to confront real evil and/or that are themselves a part of that proverbial evil. They are purveyors of chaos and disillusionment.
Faggots - New working definition for Marxists, Leftists, and those working to destroy and collapse Western Civilization by acts of subversion directly or indirectly. Synonym "Traitor".
If you believe that the Capitol event was "real" and not staged and/or the people there not lead, managed, and/or directed by interested parties (intelligence agencies and social justice related interests), plants, crisis actors and sham participants, then I must inform you that you are not seeing things clearly.
The State likes to make examples out of true matriarchs (think Ursula Haverbeck).
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Riots Last Summer
Business owners speak out against the charges dropped against protesters.
Hundreds of alleged looters and rioters busted last year in protests over George Floyd’s murder by police have had their charges dropped, according to NYPD data — figures ripped as “disgusting” by a local business owner.
Seventy-three of the 118 people arrested in the borough had their cases shelved altogether, another 19 were convicted on lesser counts like trespassing, which carries no jail time, the report said.
Eighteen cases remain open, with NBC not accounting for the other eight arrests.
“Those numbers, to be honest with you, is disgusting,” Jessica Betancourt, who owns a Bronx eyeglass store that was looted and is vice president of a local merchants association, told NBC. “I was in total shock that everything is being brushed off to the side.
“They could do it again because they know they won’t get the right punishment,” she added of the rioters who again left the Bronx burning.
73 out of the 118 arrested in the Bronx and 222 of those arrested in Manhattan have had their charges dropped. ALBA VIGARAY/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock
In Manhattan — where looters ran rampant across Soho and Midtown— 222 of those arrested had their cases completely dropped, while 73 got lesser counts.
Of the 485 people busted in the borough, 128 have open criminal court cases, while 40 juvenile defendants had their cases moved to family court, NBC found.
Another 40 cases with juvenile defendants were sent to family court.
Sources in the DA’s offices insisted that in many of the cases, the evidence was not strong enough to secure a conviction. The offices are also swamped with a backlog of cases created by the courts’ prolonged closure during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Patrice O’Shaughnessy, a spokeswoman for the Bronx DA’s Office, provided differing information than the NBC report.
She said there were 90 total arrests on felony and misdemeanor charges stemming from riots on June 1 and 2 last year — and 28 were outright dismissals, accounting for about 31 percent.
Fourteen cases were resolved with what’s known as an “adjournment in contemplation of dismissal” — meaning, charges get tossed if the defendant stays out of trouble for six months or completes community service.
The remainder of the cases were either resolved with a guilty plea or conditional discharge, or are still pending, according to O’Shaughnessy.
“We went forward with cases for which we had evidence and a complaining witness,” she said. “Some cases were dismissed but we held people accountable because we do not tolerate violence against Bronx business owners.”
Former NYPD Chief of Patrol Wilbur Chapman said that the district attorneys’ offices and the courts had “allowed people who committed crimes to go scot-free.”
“If they are so overworked that they can’t handle the mission that they’re hired for, then maybe they should find another line of work,” Chapman told NBC.