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Man gets $12-million bill for burning police station
« on: April 30, 2021, 07:48:07 AM »
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  •  Man gets $12-million bill for burning police station, plus...
    Posted: 29 Apr 2021 05:09 PM PDT
    DailyKenn.com — George Floyd protester, Dylan Shakespeare Robinson, has been ordered to pay $12 million in restitution for his role in torching a Minnesota police station last year. 
    The 23-year-old will also spend 48 months (4 years) in prison. 
    "Co-conspirators Bryce Michael Williams, 27, Davon De-Andre Turner, 25, and Branden Michael Wolfe, 23, have all pleaded guilty to one count each of cօռspιʀαcʏ to commit arson for their roles in the arson at the 3rd Precinct building," according to mncrime.com. "They will be sentenced at a later date."
    The incident occurred May 25, 2021 in Minneapolis.  
    Take away ...
    • We wonder if George Soros will donate the $12-million. Will any woke college professors pitch in a few dollars? What about bad actors from the black-lives matter movement? Or is their cash tied up in real estate? Will ADL hold a fund raiser? I hear they have a ton of money. Maybe CNN will contribute a million or two. Then, again, I hear they're facing tough times.
    Excerpted from mncrime.com ▼
    Robinson, along with other co-conspirators, breached the fence and entered the building, where he allegedly list the fuse of an object that was thrown into the building by an unidentified co-conspirator.

    “Robinson chose to depart from lawful protest and instead engaged in violence and destruction. The arson at the Minneapolis Police Department’s Third Precinct put lives at risk and contributed to widespread lawlessness in Minneapolis,” acting U.S. Attorney Anders Folk said in a statement.

    “Arson, being inherently violent, is a serious crime that put many of our community members at risk, and it cannot be tolerated,” said Assistant Special Agent in Charge Jeff Reed of the ATF St. Paul Field Division.

    “The danger posed by the defendant in this case was very real,” said Michael Paul, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Minneapolis field office. “Today’s sentencing sends a clear message—regardless of motivation, when someone is intent on conducting a violent act that breaks federal law, the FBI and our law enforcement partners will move assertively to hold them accountable. This type of behavior puts public servants and our entire community in danger, and we simply will not let it go unaddressed.”


    Robinson pleaded guilty to one count of cօռspιʀαcʏ to commit arson in relation to the case late last year. As part of his sentencing on Wednesday, he was ordered to serve two years of supervised release and pay $12 million in restitution. 


     

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