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Richard Trask, the disgraced top FBI agent suspected of entrapping more than a dozen men in a "kidnapping plot" targeting Gretchen Whitmer, pleaded no contest on Monday to aggravated assault charges over allegations he beat his wife bloody after a swingers party.
A judge sentenced him to only two days of time served and no probation.
From Detroit News, "Ex-FBI agent in Whitmer kidnap plot enters plea in case tied to wife's assault":
Former FBI Special Agent Richard Trask, the lead investigator in the Gov. Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping conspiracy case, pleaded no contest Monday to aggravated assault charges stemming from allegations he beat his wife in July after returning home from a swingers party.From WOOD, "Anti-Trump FB rant posted by FBI agent on Whitmer kidnapping case":
Trask, a former FBI agent who also coaches CrossFit, titled his 2020 diatribe against the former president “Toilet thought of the day,” a heading he used for other Facebook rants as well.
The tirade accompanied a link to a WWJ Newsradio story headlined "After Trump Attacks Whitmer, She Says Vendors Aren't Sending Desperately Needed Coronavirus Supplies."The FBI was acting to boost Whitmer's political career and used this plot as an "October surprise" to try and tank Trump's reelection.
One of the suckers Trask allegedly entrapped, Ty Garbin, got six years in prison -- even though he sold his buds out and cooperated with the feds.
The others are all facing far longer sentences, despite Trask bowing out of the case in disgrace.
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