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Alexander pled guilty this morning in San Francisco before Judge LaPorte. He received a one year probationary sentence and restitution to be determined.

Rather than falling on his sword for Polgar and Truong at his allocution, it would be more accurate to say that Gregory took his sword and used it to disembowel the two of them. More details will follow in due course when the complete court transcript is available.

I'm happy for Gregory. He's seen the light
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On Mar 20, 2:35*pm, BLafferty wrote:
Alexander pled guilty this morning in San Francisco before Judge LaPorte. He received a one year probationary sentence and restitution to be determined.

Rather than falling on his sword for Polgar and Truong at his allocution, it would be more accurate to say that Gregory took his sword and used it to disembowel the two of them. More details will follow in due course when the complete court transcript is available.

I'm happy for Gregory. He's seen the light


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What is the sealed document? Does that have anything to do with Miss P
and Mr. T ?
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Difficult to say. It could be the judge's minute order under seal pending transcript of the allocution.
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On Mar 21, 3:02*am, BLafferty wrote:
Difficult to say. It could be the judge's minute order under seal pending transcript of the allocution.


Could it be a sealed indictment?
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Unlikely.


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On Mar 21, 4:08*am, BLafferty wrote:
Unlikely.


Something funny is going on. The documents are still sealed.

I hope the news is good.

By the way, where are Polgar and Truong today? Just curious.
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I'm told that there was some discussion about Gregory's finances. The filings likely relate to that.
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On Mar 22, 3:44*am, BLafferty wrote:
I'm told that there was some discussion about Gregory's finances. The filings likely relate to that.


There was a Secret Service Agent sitting in the courtroom during the
sentencing. He would not give me his name although he said that he
knew me.

Do you have any idea why he was there?

Sam Sloan
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No idea.
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On Mar 22, 11:26*am, BLafferty wrote:
No idea.


I was at the trial and spoke to the SS agent in question. He said that
they had a report of ARCHIVED proof from a source (later identified in
sealed court documents as Administrative Law Clerk Brain
Laughingstock) that there was another shoe yet to drop in the trial of
the century and that he was there to protect soon to be Libertarian
Candidate for president Scam Sloon lest he be injured by any flying
heels or laces.

I kid obviously, This veridct - a 34 felon counts pleaded down to a
guilty plea to one misdemeanor and probation - is a compete
vindication of the USCF lawsuit and a tribute to Brain Laughingstock's
interwebs evidence gathering slash letter writing campaign.

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