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Tommy Carcetti

(43,265 posts)
Thu Feb 8, 2024, 01:35 PM Feb 2024

In some better judicial news, looks like Peter Navarro's going to jail.

Judge just denied his request to remain free pending appeal.

If only they had done the same for Steve Bannon.

Kyle Cheney @kyledcheney · 11m

BREAKING: Judge MEHTA has *rejected* Peter Navarro's bid for release pending appeal of his criminal contempt conviction.


12:23 PM · Feb 8, 2024 · 16.4K View

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In some better judicial news, looks like Peter Navarro's going to jail. (Original Post) Tommy Carcetti Feb 2024 OP
Lock him up. Bluethroughu Feb 2024 #1
always have commissary money waddirum Feb 2024 #8
Hopefully he's broke like gouhliani. Bluethroughu Feb 2024 #11
WOW! holy shit, bluestarone Feb 2024 #2
Taking him away today? Johnny2X2X Feb 2024 #3
No, his report day is some months hence Prairie Gates Feb 2024 #12
Heh Ohio Joe Feb 2024 #4
K&R Blue Owl Feb 2024 #5
Good to have a win today. MrsCoffee Feb 2024 #6
Will he run? Fugitive time! ZonkerHarris Feb 2024 #7
I heard Bannon pimping some gold scheme on AM radio about an hour ago. progressoid Feb 2024 #9
Good ...nt Jarqui Feb 2024 #10
I'll trade 25 Navarro's going to jail for 4 trumps going to jail. Make it 35 Navarro's. republianmushroom Feb 2024 #13


(19,677 posts)
3. Taking him away today?
Thu Feb 8, 2024, 01:39 PM
Feb 2024

It's about time if so. These thugs getting to pick and choose when they go to jail is not normal. There's millions of other criminals who go right to jail without all these appeals.

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