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In DC Insurrection Case Mathew Miller Mother Describes His Youth To DDC District Judge  Moss

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FEDERAL COURT, Feb 15 – Two days after the end the impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate, on Presidents Day the mother of indicted insurrectionist Mathew Miller wrote it to DDC Judge Randolph Moss about her son's childhood, in support of his release (by contrast, the US filing is here)

"Dear Honorable Randolph Moss, My name is Michele Miller and Mathew Miller is my youngest son. This letter has been very difficult for me to write and I wish I knew where to begin.

I am brokenhearted to learn of the criminal charges that my son faces. These serious offenses are so out of character for him. Let me start by saying that I am extremely close to my son and would like to share with you the goodness that I see in him. From birth to a very young age, Mathew attended the Catholic Church and served as an Acolyte. As a young teen, he began attending the Lutheran Church where he was actively involved in youth Outreach Programs.

At the age of 5, Mathew began to participate in local sports, including football and baseball; he continued to play baseball through the age of eighteen. Mathew's work history began at the age of 15 working at a Country Club where he bussed tables. From there, he took employment at a local Hardware Store.

After a year-and -a -half of college, Mathew made the decision to accept a full time job offer with Clenelg Construction Co. where he excelled quickly in many different roles.

 Mathew's father and I divorced when he was 7 years old. My two sons and I moved into my mother's home for financial reasons, as well as a desire to keep them in their same school district. We remain there today and provide elder care for my 81 year old mother. Due to my circumstances of being a single mother, I relied on Mathew more and more as he grew up, which included household duties as well as financial help at times; especially while his older brother was away to college....

At the young age of twenty-two, it saddens me that my son has been caught-up in a situation which could stain his reputation for life. Other than a speeding ticket, Mathew has never been in trouble. Please, your honor, I beg you to consider Mathew's age, and I hope you will look at my boy and his accomplishments as I stated above. Please factor all this into consideration when determining the outcome. Respectfully, Michele Miller." Full letter on Patreon here.

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