Looks like he got the best deal for jumping ship first.
They’re all Brent Bozells on that bus.
… the first person charged with assaulting a member of the news media during the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection.
And it looks like he’ll spend even more time in state prison after his federal stint
While free on bond conditions for the Jan. 6 case, Woods was pulled over for speeding but drove off and fled from law enforcement. Woods was drunk and driving in the wrong direction down a highway in Springfield, Illinois, when his pickup truck slammed into a car driven by 35-year-old Lauren Wegner, authorities said. Wegner was killed, and two other people were injured in the crash.
Woods was injured in the crash and was taken to a hospital, where a police officer overheard him saying that he had intentionally driven the wrong way on the highway and had been trying to crash into a semi-trailer truck, according to federal prosecutors. He remains jailed in Sangamon County, Illinois, while awaiting a trial scheduled to start in January, according to online court records.
“Just like on January 6, Woods’ behavior was cowardly, monstrous, and devoid of any consideration of others,” prosecutors wrote.
They finally recaptured this asshole. He went on the run before his sentencing date.
I leaving this here because strange things are afoot.
Speaking of Jordan’s bid for the gavel on Wednesday night, Cheney told a packed crowd at the University of Minnesota, “If they were to decide that, there would no longer be any possible way to argue that a group of elected Republicans could be counted on to defend the Constitution.”
Dangerous times. Liz knows the insurrection isn’t over.
I’ll take who is Jim Jordon for $500 Alex.
The first interview with the shaman out of prison
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A spokeswoman for the U.S. attorney’s office said the filing “merely preserves our ability to appeal,” though the government typically does not appeal sentences after they are imposed.
In more than 60 percent of the Jan. 6 felony cases, the D.C. judges have gone below their own calculated guideline range, and below the prosecution’s sentencing recommendations in 80 percent of all cases, according to a Washington Post database. Sentencing guidelines are not used in most misdemeanor cases.
Attorney Norman Pattis, who represented Rehl and Biggs at their sentencings, said in an email after the notice was filed, “Merrick Garland is unhinged. Period. Call him the Inspector Javert of the DOJ. He should take up bungee jumping. This is no longer my government.”
What a professional. A fine legal mind and credit to his profession.