BUNKERVILLE STANDOFF: NEW HAMPSHIRE HOUSE REJECTS PARDON RESOLUTION FOR JERRY DELEMUS
Last Thursday (March 15th) the New Hampshire legislature rejected a motion to call for a presidential pardon for Jerry DeLemus in connection with the Bunkerville Standoff.
In early 2016 DeLemus was co-chair of the Veterans Coalition for Donald Trump in New Hampshire during the New Hampshire Primary. Jerry was pictured along with his wife Susan DeLemus, then a member of the State House, and Mr. Trump.
After the primary, DeLemus was arrested in an early morning raid by federal marshals and ended up in a prison in Nevada. He was pressured into a guilty plea-plea deal and agreed to it.
But later he wanted to withdraw but was unable to.
DeLemus was given an 87 month sentence last year by US District Judge Gloria Navarro, who branded him a 'vigilante bully' at sentencing.
Jerry DeLemus was sent to the Devens federal prison in Massachusetts, the same lockup where former Congressman Anthony Weiner is serving a much lighter sentence.
This turn of events reminds us of the need for President Donald J. Trump to pardon Jerry DeLemus.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who helped President Trump in Arizona during its primary in 2016, received his pardon for the charges leveled against him by the Obama Administration's Justice Department.
Jerry helped President Trump in New Hampshire and it only seems appropriate if nothing else for such a pardon to be granted.
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