Peaceful Capitol Protester Threatened With 20 Yrs In Prison For Taking Selfie And Praying On Senate Floor Takes Plea DealChris Menahan
Jun. 04, 2021
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Peaceful Jan 6 Capitol protester Paul Allard Hodgkins was maliciously overcharged by the feds with "obstructing an official proceeding of Congress" and faced 20 years in prison for the crime of taking a selfie on the Senate floor with others as they "cheered and said prayers."
Hodgkins only spent 15 minutes inside "the People's House" but after being threatened with two decades in prison he accepted a plea deal on Wednesday leaving him facing some "15 to 21 months [in prison] under federal guidelines."
From The Washington Post, "Tampa man pleads guilty to felony in Jan. 6 Capitol riot; his recommended prison sentence could set bar for other cases":
A Tampa man who carried a Trump flag into the well of the Senate on Jan. 6 pleaded guilty Wednesday to one felony count of storming the Capitol to obstruct Congress’s certification of the 2020 presidential election.Overcharging drug dealers in the hood to extract plea deals is "systemic oppression" but overcharging folks like Hodgkins for taking a selfie and praying is "defending democracy!"
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