Read the press releases: Jury Convicts two Kansas City, Missouri, Men for Racially-Motivated Murder Two Kansas City, Missouri, Men to be Sentenced to Life in Prison for Racially Motivated Murder In September 2008, Christopher Szaz pled guilty to federal civil rights charges for threatening employees of the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) and the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) because of their race and national origin. Section 245(b)(2)(E) (interference with a federally protected activity), in connection with an incident on September 20, 2007, when he attempted to intimidate a group of African-American civil rights marchers by displaying two hangman’s nooses from the back of a pickup truck in Alexandria, Louisiana.
Szaz admitted sending two email messages threatening to bomb the CAIR office in Washington, DC, and another email to the NCLR office in Washington, DC, stating that he would kill employees of that organization. Read the press release: North Carolina Man Pleads Guilty and Is Sentenced for Federal Hate Crimes On April 25, 2008, Jeremiah Munsen pled guilty to violating 18 U. The victims had just attended a massive civil rights rally in Jena, Louisiana, and were waiting at a bus depot for buses to return them to their home-state of Tennessee.
On March 11, 2008, Milbourn was convicted by a federal jury for the federal conspiracy and civil rights offenses, as well as on a charge of obstruction of justice and a charge of using fire in the commission of a federal felony. Â§373 (solicitation to commit a crime of violence); and 18 U. Co-conspirators Gerald Anthony Poundstone and Gabriel Laskey entered guilty pleas to violating 18 U. Fredericy agreed to do so, as Kuzlik stood guard to make sure no one was watching.
In June 2008, Milbourn was sentenced to serve 10 years and 30 days in prison. A few days later, the adult owners of the house next door to Kuzlik were at home when their ten-year-old son entered the house with a silver ball-like substance on his hands. Â§1001 (false statements to the federal investigators of the EPA).
Read the press releases: Former Foreign Service Officer Pleads Guilty to Federal Civil Rights Charges Former Foreign Service Officer Sentenced on Federal Civil Rights Charges On September 27, 2007, Kyle Shroyer pled guilty to federal conspiracy and civil rights offenses, admitting that he and co-conspirator Kyle Milbourn burned a cross in Muncie, Indiana, at the home of a white woman and her three bi-racial children. Fredericy went to Kuzlik’s house, where Kuzlik showed him a rubber glove and a syringe, which Kuzlik said contained mercury.
In January 2008, Shroyer was sentenced to 15 months in prison. Â§922 (felon in possession of a firearm) and, on April 3, 2007, he was sentenced to 11 years and three months in federal prison. Â§241 (conspiracy to violate civil rights) and 18 U. Kuzlik encouraged Fredericy to take the syringe next door to the home of the interracial couple living there with their four children, and squirt the contents of the syringe onto the front porch.
Nestor was sentenced to 13 months in prison and two years of supervised release; Moyer was sentenced to 3 months in prison and one year of supervised release. On October 20, 2010, Johnson pleaded guilty to five counts of interfering/intimidating or attempting to interfere/intimidate the employees of the civil rights organizations to discourage them from aiding Latinos to participate in and enjoy federally protected activities.Read the press release: Philadelphia Woman Sentenced for Federal Hate Crime On April 20, 2007, the Section convicted three members of the National Alliance, a notorious white supremacist organization, for assaulting James Ballesteros, a Mexican-American bartender, at his place of employment and conspiring to assault “non-whites” in public places in Salt Lake City, Utah. The EPA eventually determined that most of the carpet in the house, as well as the family’s Sunday dress clothes, which were stored in an entry-hall closet, were contaminated with mercury and would have to be destroyed. On February 21, 2007, Kuzlik was sentenced to 27 months in prison.On August 16, 2007, Shaun Walker, the lead defendant, who was chairman of the National Alliance at the time of his indictment, was sentenced to 87-months imprisonment. In addition, environmental authorities tested the backpacks and shoes of two of the children who resided in the house and determined that the children had transported the mercury to their school. Kuzlik and Fredericy were also ordered to pay restitution of ,000 to the federal EPA, 7 to the Ohio EPA, and additional sums to the individual victims who suffered financial losses as a result of the offenses.Walsh, who had pleaded guilty in April 2009, testified against the other two assailants.He was sentenced to 55 months in prison and three years of supervised release. my preference would be to buy more ammunition to deal with the growing chaos created by the pro-illegal alien groups.