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Jermaine Dore Re-Sentenced to 65 Years Says See You in Hell and Goes Back Into Custody

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon
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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 16 – Jermaine Dore was sentenced to 65 years in prison for a robbery conspiracy that resulted in a death.

Then court decisions by the Supreme Court and Second Circuit required that he be resentenced.

   On January 15, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York sitting Judge (now on the Second Circuit) Richard J. Sullivan held an in-person resentencing. Inner City Press covered it.  

AUSA Michael Maimin and Judge Sullivan spoke about Sixth and Seventh Circuit precedents.

 Then Maimin explained again some specifics of what Dore had done, including kidnapping a man coming out of a mosque, taking him to his home and robbing it.

  Dore's CJA lawyer said he had been trying to better himself in jail even with little prospect of being released.

But Maimin said he had flushed something down the toilet while his cell was being searched. 

 Judge Sullivan re-sentenced him, on a slightly different theory, to the same 65 years. Dore said, See you in hell, you might as well kill me. It was over.

The case is US v. Dore, 12-cr-45 (Sullivan)


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