You may remember Samuel Young:

AURORA, Colo. (KDVR) — The man who was found guilty of several criminal charges for firing a gun at a Jeep he believed was trying to run over protesters on Interstate 225 was sentenced to no prison time and will serve five years probation.

Young will serve 90 days in jail for the first count of second-degree assault and an additional 30 days consecutively after for the second count as part of his sentencing. Young already has credit for 50 days served in jail.

The prosecution in Arapahoe County was seeking six years in the Department of Corrections, which was significantly less than the maximum time he faced under sentencing guidelines, which was 16 years.

At one point, a blue Jeep came speeding down the highway, past the crowd. The crowd rushed to get out of the way. That’s when prosecutors say Young pulled out his gun and fired five shots in the direction of the crowd. The bullets hit the back of the Jeep. Two fellow protesters were slightly wounded but the driver of the Jeep was not hit.

Young was originally charged with attempted murder but those charges were reduced.

SAMUEL YOUNG: I-225 protest shooter sentenced to probation | FOX31 Denver (

Any of us not aligned with the politics of the Left, would have been tried to the full original charges of attempted murder, more than likely convicted and sentenced to the full extent.

I believe this was part of the continuous message sent to the Left: You will not face grave consequences if you perform violence in the name of our politics.



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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

7 thoughts on “Our Justice System has died.”
  1. People still aren’t getting it.
    And I suspect…Won’t.
    Too many Truely believe Voting is gonna cure all this Insanity, Madness, Anarchy and Violence.
    Oh well, watcha gonna do.

    I watch the twitter feeds of Andy Ngo and ian Miles cheong. These guys get alot of info on the Dispositions of the cases against these Anarchist Psychopaths.

    It gives you a Real Good Clue as to how “The Justice System” has gone 100% Completely off the Rails.

    Ngo use to get ANTIFA mug shots, without there fucking masks. I dont know what happened but that has been cut back alot. He does still abit, but Not anywhere near as many as he use too.

    Both also are also good for twitter links and other links of these Psychotic twits…..
    if your into Reading there BS and getting it right from the whores mouth.
    I like to watch the Enemy.

    I’ve actually gained….well we’ll just call it alot Insight about them.

    I’ll say this, The Freaks own us Digitally.
    They are Fucking Good. Hard to swallow I know, but, Fact none the less.

    I have YET to run across a…”Right Wing” if you will site or feed…as….Squared away and with the same In-Depth Knowledge of The Enemy as The Psychotics have of “The Right.”

    1. Oregon passed a bill last year prohibiting law enforcement from publishing booking photos. Gov. Kate Brown was enthusiastic about signing the bill.

      “House Bill 3273 was passed by the Oregon legislature in June and signed into law by Governor Kate Brown. Under the bill, law enforcement can only release booking photos under certain circumstances — directly to the person who was booked, to another law enforcement agency, to the public if it will assist with the arrest of a suspect, or in an attempt to identify other suspected crimes.”

  2. The end of the last sentence in the 14th Amendment reads: “nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”

    It would seem, based on that wording – and the status of the document in which it resides – that a Conservative should receive the same treatment for committing the same act.

    We know that he or she won’t, of course, but it would be interesting to see the judicial response to a 14th Amendment-based lawsuit on it which cites cases like Young’s, especially at the federeral appeals court level should it reach en banc review.

  3. Judge Ben Leutwyler. “The judge ordered Young to five years probation for each felony count he faced, including mental health evaluations. Each sentence will run concurrently, meaning they run at the same time. Young will have to pay restitution for each count, for a total amount that will be decided at a later date.”

    “I’ve struggled since the day the jury returned their verdict because this has been an unusual case,” Leutwyler said. “Mr. Young, you have presented as an unusual individual.”

    If the judge was so sure of Mr. Young’s future behavior, he would have set the probation to run consecutively. The probation term is LESS than what the prosecutor asked for in actual prison time, which itself is less than half the possible prison time by law.

  4. When State Justice declines, vigilante justice will kick in, in 3, 2, …

    I don’t like Mr. Young’s long-term life prospects.
    Absent ridiculous levels of protection, he isn’t likely to make it to becoming Mr. Old.

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