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In Wake of JOH Guilty Verdict Pineda Wants Delay in Sentencing More Narco Drama

by Matthew Russell Lee, Substack

SDNY COURTHOUSE, March 27 – In the closing arguments in US v. Juan Orlando Hernandez on March 6, 2024, Assistant US Attorney Tarlow said that narco-trafficking had grown under JOH. On March 7, out of the hearing of the jury and for then the Press, JOH's lawyer Stabile said he'd heard different overnight.

  From who?

  The defendant's wife he said.

  Was this just a play for a mistrial?

Judge Castel concluded it was, and denied Stabile's motion, Order on Patreon here.

Later on March 8, the verdict, here- the a book
, the day after in Spanish, here: Narco Drama.

  Afterward, the defendant's wife Ana issued statements that she will be running for the presidency of Honduras - and that the SDNY jury was not fair or impartial.

On March 27, co-defendant Pineda asked for a delay in sentencing: "we have unearthed a number of matters pertinent to Mr. Pineda’s history and characteristics for presentation to the Court at sentencing. We therefore require additional time to: thoroughly investigate these issues; review the PSR First Disclosure and PSR with Mr. Pineda; and prepare our Sentencing Memorandum" - full letter on Patreon here.


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