When someone commits a crime and is convicted, the prosecuting attorneys’ recommendations usually play a significant role in sentencing.
Generally, their recommendations fall in line with criminal statutes for sentencing.
In the case of BLM rioter Ayoub Tabri, 25, who lit up a PA State Trooper car, that was not the case.
The reason why has conservatives up in arms.
Are You Kidding
As it turns out, Tabri is a Moroccan native who is here with a green card.
When prosecutors recommended 37 to 46 months, the judge tossed the recommendation and gave Tabri 364 days, which amounted to time served.
If that sounds like an odd sentence, it is, because that one day short of a year means it is not a felony, which could have cost Tabri his green card and had him deported.
The judge did not even hide the fact that Tabri’s immigration status was the reason for the short sentence…
Tabri is the recipient of diversity visa (aka green card lottery)
Being sentenced to 365 days in prison would have made it an 'aggravated felony' which would be grounds for potential deportation and being barred from entry to US.
He did 21 months pretrial, so he's released now pic.twitter.com/BLXQ8rRiZt
— AntifaWatch (@AntifaWatch2) July 18, 2022
So, let me ask you guys… does someone that riots in our streets and tries to blow up police cars sound like someone on a visa that should be permitted to remain in this country?
Yeah, that is what I thought too.
This judge should be immediately removed from the bench and that sentence needs to be revisited.
Source: The Blaze