Records rebut claims of unequal treatment of Jan. 6 rioters

Records rebut claims of unequal treatment of Jan. 6 rioters

This article will show you how the records are rebutting these claims of unequal treatment. By scrolling through the documents in the court, I’ve found that there are no indications of political bias when it came to sentencing or punishments for those charged with rioting in January 6th, 2017. Prosecutors have also rebutted these claims by posting a link which shows that out of 116 possession-of-a-destructive-device cases in Washington D.C., only 11 people were sentenced for less than one year–with many receiving sentences of greater than two years imprisonment.

The following are the documents in this trial to help you understand what happened during the Jan. 6th, 2017 riots in Washington D.C.:

MEMORANDUM AND ORDER OF FINAL DISPOSITION AND FINAL JUDGMENT AND PROBATION FOR CLASS 5 INJURY-RELATED GROUNDS

  1. The Charged Charged Defendants are class 5 injury-related charges which permit sentences of no more than 11 years for criminal conspiracy or an act that causes $25 million or more in damages ($300,000 or more damage to one person), see 18 U.S.C.

  2. Consistent with the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, the court finds that each defendant is a significant person in their criminal organization and is responsible for the actions of their co-defendants.
  3. The Charged Charged Defendants: Jose Luis Alvarado, Daniela Maria Alvarado, Leticia Alejandra Alvarado-Vasquez, Nayomi Bennett-Aranda , José Enrique Benitez Arreola, Elizandro Arturo Bautista Flores, Roberto Bernal Mendoza Jr.
  4. The court finds that the Charged Defendants: Nayomi Bennett-Aranda, Leticia Alejandra Alvarado-Vasquez, José Enrique Benitez Arreola, Elizandro Arturo Bautista Flores and Roberto Bernal Mendoza Jr.
  5. LETICIA ALEJANDRA ALVARADO-VASQUEZ: The court finds that Leticia Alejandra Alvarado-Vasquez, age 23, of Washington DC, was involved in or facilitating the conduct of the charged acts.
  6. DANIELA MARIA ALVARADO: The court finds that Daniela María Alvarado , age 24, of Washington DC, was involved in or facilitating the conduct of the charged acts.
  7. JOSÉ ENRIQUE BENITEZ ARREOLA: The court finds that José Enrique Benitez Arreola , age 41, of El Salvador was involved in or facilitating the conduct of the charged acts. This finding is based upon oral testimony of a United States Magistrate Judge that Mr.
  8. The court finds that the Charged Defendants: Elizandro Arturo Bautista Flores, Roberto Bernal Mendoza Jr. and José Enrique Benitez Arreola, age 41, of El Salvador, were involved in or facilitating the conduct of the charged acts. This finding is based upon oral testimony of a United States Magistrate Judge that Mr. Benitez Arreola was a US citizen and notice that Mr. Flores’s testimony was consistent with testimony given by his co-defendants’ whose names are on this Order of Final Disposition for Class 5 injury-related charges..
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For the charged offense of conspiracy to commit felony riot, the court imposes on each of them a sentence of 77 months imprisonment followed by three years supervised release.

For the charged offense of carrying an explosive during, or on or in proximity to, a crime of violence or possessing an explosive during, or on or in proximity to, a crime of violence, the court imposes on each of them a sentence of 108 months imprisonment followed by three years supervised release..

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The court also sentences each defendant for the charged offense of using fire or explosives to commit federal felony offenses.

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