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US Says Wortbawi Filmed Pouring Gas in Physical Therapy Office So Remanded to MCC

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon
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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 22 – Jason Kortbawi was indicted in 2012 for armed robberies. Jump cut to June 22, 2020 when a violation of supervised release hearing was held by U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Kimba M. Wood. Inner City Press covered it.   

Kortbawi is accused of pouring gasoline or an accellerant into a physical therapy office.

He spoke for himself and said there is no video.   But the AUSA said there is video, and his clothing shows it's him. 

 Judge Wood ruled he had not rebutted the presumption, and he should be remanded. But how? To the Marshals?

No, it emerged - directly surrender to the MCC.
The case is US v. Kortbawi, 12-cr-442 (Wood). 


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