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Camacho In 26 Years In Prison Studied Film Theory and Wall Street Now SDNY Judge Haight Mulls

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, May 7 – Steven Camacho has served more than 26 years in prison. On May 7 he appeared by phone his sentencing judge Charles S. Haight, now posted in the District of Connecticut.

 Inner City Press covered it.  It was for re-sentencing. Camacho since his crime at 22 years old has taken 3000 hours of classes, everyting between film theory (which he taught) to the stock market.   The government argued that his sentence should remain.

The Federal Defender emphasized he is no longer the same man after 26 years.   Judge Haight, polite through out including to the Press, said he would reserve decision and asked that the transcript be ordered. The case is US v. Camacho, 14-cr-4846 (Haight). 


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