WTF?! How does the dirtbag who white powder letters to President Trump’s kids — one of which sent Vanessa Trump to the hospital — get NO PRISON TIME?
Um… "Man who sent powder-filled letters to Trump sons gets probation." Why? "Federal Judge Nathaniel Gorton said he declined to send Frisiello to prison because of concerns the 25-year-old would not respond well to incarceration" https://t.co/EE0nhHDaDS #smh
— Tammy Bruce (@HeyTammyBruce) April 19, 2019
Well, yeah . . . prison is SUPPOSED TO BE HARD. From Fox News:
On Friday, Federal Judge Nathaniel Gorton said he declined to send Frisiello to prison because of concerns the 25-year-old would not respond well to incarceration. Frisiello’s lawyer has said the man is developmentally disabled. But Groton stressed the sentence wasn’t “lenient”
Frisiello thanked Groton and said the past year has been “hell” for his family. Prosecutors objected to the sentence.
During the period of probation, Frisiello is prohibited from contacting victims in the case, sending letters through the mail, accessing the internet, and possessing and accessing computers.
According to media reports, that was out of character for the judge:
There was a collective gasp in the courtroom when Judge Gorton, known for handing down tough sentences, chose not to imprison Daniel Frisiello, who wrote threatening letters with white powder to many, including the sons of @realDonaldTrump https://t.co/k0Xi29HtHI via @BostonGlobe
— Maria Cramer (@GlobeMCramer) April 19, 2019
And we’ll just throw this out there:
BREAKING: Daniel Frisiello, just charged by DOJ w/sending hoax white powder letter to @DonaldJTrumpJr's family is a Massachusetts Democratic activist who donated to Act Blue in the same cycle they donated to MA's @SenWarren.
See FEC info below. pic.twitter.com/ff8NbY0OzK
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) March 1, 2018
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