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Q. Mr. Alexander, do you understand that, as we've just
talked about, once you enter a guilty plea, a
presentence report would be prepared, and the sentencing
judge, in this case, probably Magistrate Judge Laporte,
will have to review that, and you will have a chance to
comment or object to the report before any sentencing.
Do you understand that?
A. Yes, your Honor.
Q. And you understand that although the sentencing judgewill consider
the recommendation, it's not bound by the
recommendation that is in this plea agreement, that she
could impose a sentence that is different than that
which is recommended here?
A. Yes, your Honor.
Q. And that even if she imposes a sentence that's more
severe than is recommended, you would not have a right
to withdraw your plea once you enter it. Do you
understand that?
A. I understand.
Q. All right. And you've discussed with your attorney how
the sentencing guidelines operate here?
A. Yes, your Honor.
Q. And you understand that the United States Supreme Court
has ruled that the guideline ranges, once they're
calculated, is advisory only and not binding on the
Court?
A. Yes.
Q. And that you will have a chance to, as I I mentioned, to
address any calculation that you disagree with at the
sentencing hearing. Do you understand that?
A. Can you repeat the last sentence?
Q. That at the sentencing hearing, if for some reason you
disagree with the judge's calculation, you have a chance
to comment on that?
A. Yes, your Honor.
Q. And you understand that parole in the federal system has
been abolished, and if you are sentenced to prison, you
will not be released on parole. Do you understand that?
A. Yes, your Honor....................


Q.And that during the time you repeatedly accessed his
personal e-mail account, Hough was a member of the U.S.
Chess Federation board of directors. By gaining access
to his e-mail account you were able to obtain
confidential information related to the United States
Chess Federation internal investigation; that you
forwarded some of that information to other individuals
who were associated with the United States Chess
Federation. Is that true?
A. Yes, your Honor.
[emphasis added]

I anticipate that the USCF and a number of former Polgar defendants,
including myself, will ask the court to to require Alexander to name
ALL of the above referenced individuals. Failing to do that, the court
will be asked to sentence Alexander to a term in prison not exceeding
one year for failure to properly and fully accept responsibility for
his criminal act(s) as set forth in his plea agreement.
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On Feb 10, 6:29*am, BLafferty wrote:


I anticipate that the USCF and a number of former Polgar defendants,
including myself, will ask the court to to require Alexander to name
ALL of the above referenced individuals. Failing to do that, the court
will be asked to sentence Alexander to a term in prison not exceeding
one year for failure to properly and fully accept responsibility for
his criminal act(s) as set forth in his plea agreement.


We all know that the real perps were Paul Truong and Susan Polgar.
Gregory Alexander was simply their tool. Let us hope that they get the
minimum of one year in federal prison.

The Real Sam Sloan

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On Feb 12, 1:52*am, samsloan wrote:
On Feb 10, 6:29*am, BLafferty wrote:



I anticipate that the USCF and a number of former Polgar defendants,
including myself, will ask the court to to require Alexander to name
ALL of the above referenced individuals. Failing to do that, the court
will be asked to sentence Alexander to a term in prison not exceeding
one year for failure to properly and fully accept responsibility for
his criminal act(s) as set forth in his plea agreement.


We all know that the real perps were Paul Truong and Susan Polgar.
Gregory Alexander was simply their tool. Let us hope that they get the
minimum of one year in federal prison.

The Real Sam Sloan


Sam you tool, NOTHING is going to happen to either Paul or Susan:
Remember they SETTLED their dispute with the USCF.
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