Cooperator Given Supervision Does It Again
In Florida Now Gets 6 Months in SDNY
Russell Lee, Patreon
UK - Honduras
Oct 28 – Nelson Gustavo
Colon-Torrez was convicted in
2014 in connection with a
cocaine trafficking conspiracy
from Puerto Rico to the
tri-state area including New
York. He became a cooperator.
Then he did it
again, in Florida.
On October 28 U.S. District
Court for the Southern
District of New York Judge
Alison J. Nathan held a
violation of supervised
release sentencing. Inner City
Press covered it.
had been transferred to Judge
Nathan from her late colleague
defendant cited Judge Sweet,
and perhaps it helped him.
He was sentenced
to six months consecutive to
the time he is serving in
The case is US v.
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