The plea agreement recommended a prison sentence of 100 years with 75 years suspended, so the defendant would spend 25 years in prison, as well as the “educational phase and cognitive behavioral phase of a sexual offender treatment program,
I’ll say this again. This the plea deal was ignored here.
McKeon has refused to comment.
So has John McKeon’s sister-in-law Lesley Robinson and her running mate Greg Gianforte, even amid severe public backlash of the Judge’s controversial sentencing.
All we here is a constant stream of fact-free ads about Syrian refugees – even though Montana is one of the few states that has none whatsoever. Not to mention that the issue is completely federal – it is 100% outside the role of state governors.