Enrique Tarrio, the leader of the “Pride Boys” organization, was sentenced to a total of total charges for bringing a rifle magazine full of ammunition into Washington, D.C. and lighting a “Black Man’s Life is Fate” banner outside the church. 300 days’ imprisonment.
Tario was sentenced to 240 days in prison — 90 days of which were suspended — and fined for illegal possession of a magazine, and 60 days for destroying banners. Judge Harold L. Cushenberry Jr. of the Washington Superior Court handed down the verdict on Monday.
Now it’s happening: the sentence of the accused proud boy Enrique Tarrio Tarrio was arrested before January 6th (given stay away order) on charges of stealing from church and burning Black Lives Matter flag, carrying an illegal ammunition magazine with the proud boy logo, seeking imprisonment, compensation of US$5,347 pic.twitter.com/7E3g3rDxFD
-Scott McFarlane (@MacFarlaneNews) August 23, 2021
He is expected to report to the same DC prison, which currently holds hundreds of people who rioted in the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
“This court must respect the right of any citizen to peacefully assemble, protest and express opinions,” According to a CNN report, Cushenbury said when the sentence was pronounced.
“But Mr. Tario’s behavior in these criminal cases does not prove that these democratic values are correct. On the contrary, Mr. Tario’s behavior betrayed them.”
Tario “Obviously, the boundaries from peaceful protests and gatherings to dangerous and potentially violent criminal acts were deliberately and proudly crossed,” The judge added.
On January 6, the “Pride Boy” chairman was not actually in Washington, DC.He was arrested the day before-when the police found a rifle magazine on him-because of suspicion “Hate Crime” Set banner on fire During a demonstration in December, he was ordered to leave the city.
At the sentencing hearing on Monday, the pastor of the church where Tario took the banner of “Black’s fate is also fate” said it was burning. “It triggered feelings of hurt, anger, and confusion.”
“I made a serious mistake,” After that testimony, Tario told the judge and added that he would “Like a lot of apologies” For his actions, describe them as “Incorrect.”
This is very different from his statement in December last year, when he admitted responsibility for the burning of the signs.He said he did this not out of hatred, but “Out of love,” Call BLM “A racist movement to intimidate the citizens of this country.”
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