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In Reverse Sting Wandy Dominguez Tried To Cooperate But All Pleaded So Gets 30 Months

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 19 – Wandy Dominguez is one of the defendants in a multi-defendant reverse sting case that gave rise to racial discrimination and targeting litigation that Inner City Press and then others reported on.

On June 19 he faced sentencing by U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Jed S. Rakoff. Inner City Press covered it.   

Dominguez said if given a chance he would not have trouble with the law again.

 Judge Rakoff noted that he had offered to cooperate soon after being caught, even though he had not gotten a 5K letter.

He said Dominguez is rehabilitatable; he gave weight to COVID-19 in the GEO cooperators' private prison Dominguez has been in. He sentenced him to 30 months and two years of supervised release.

The case is US v Dominguez, 19-cr-323 (Rakoff).


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