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Syville Pleads Guilty to 400 Grams of Fentanyl For 10 Year Minimum Sentencing on May 19

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Maxwell book

SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 31 – Nathaniel Syville was charged with selling fentanyl, and using a gun in connection therewith.

 On January 30, 2023 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Ronnie Abrams held a change of plea proceeding. Inner City Press went and covered it. 

 In the gallery of large courtroom 110 of 40 Foley Square were only Syville's two relatives and Inner City Press. Judge Abrams told Syville there is a 10 year mandatory minimum to what he was pleading to. (She had just presided over a trial in which Billy Ortega was convicted of selling fentanyl that killed three people, with a 25 year minimum). Syville said he understood. 

 Sentencing is set for May 19 at 11 am. 

 The case is US v. Syville, 21-cr-765 (Abrams)


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