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At SDNY Sentencing Talk of Tasers and Zipties and Trump Supreme Court Names So Young

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Sept 21 – Domingo Tolentino was convicted of robbing drug dealers on Dyckman Street in Upper Manhattan. He is described as "gathering tools needed to terrorize their victims -- a taser, zipties, masks, gloves and a revolver." 

  On September 21, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Laura Taylor Swain held his sentencing. Inner City Press covered it.  The mandatory minimum was 84 months, and that's what the US Attorney and Probation and also his attorney suggested.

Before the proceeding began there was discussion of President Trump's upcoming nomination of a Supreme Court justice, including the relative youth of some candidates.

But this case is US v. Tolentino, 18-cr-319 (Swain)


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