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McMaster After 90 Months For Selling Meth Gets 30 More For Date Rape Sales, Sealing

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Sept 10 – Joseph McMaster was sentenced to 90 months imprisonment for meth sales in 2011 by U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Richard J. Sullivan.

He went through drug treatment in jail, and tried AA (or NA) when he got out.  But he sold drug again, to a Confidential Informant.  

 On September 13, now Second Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Sullivan held a sentencing on this Violation of Supervised Release. Inner City Press covered it.

While there was some talk at the end about surgically redacting the transcript of the open proceeding, this much can be reported: McMaster moved from meth to date rape drugs, and blamed another whom he said wanted him to serve his jail time.

 Judge Sullivan sentenced McMaster to 30 months consecutive to whatever he gets in the related New Jersey case.

This case - with the transcript still out - is US v. McMaster, 09-cr-466 (Sullivan)


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