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Harris After Guilty Plea on Ashley Biden Diary Is No Show For Sentencing Re Set for April 9

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Substack

SDNY Exclusive follow up, March 27 -  For taking and transporting Ashley Biden's diary from Florida to New York, guilty pleas on no notice were entered on August 25 by Robert Kurlander and Aimee Harris. Inner City Press was there, and live tweeted, here and below.

Before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Sarah L. Cave, first Kurlander then Harris were brought out of the holding cell by US Marshals, and pled guilty. Inner City Press' thread is here and below.

On January 29, the day before her sentencing scheduled for January 30, Harris wrote in through counsel to ask to appear by video to request an adjournment, saying she is sick and has no childcare.

On January 30, Inner City Press was in the courtroom. At first, Harris would not unmute; when she did there was shouting, police radio squawk, and a stand-off. Thread

On February 1, Harris' lawyer wrote in to say she needs to passport back in order to travel to New York. Then a sealed medical note from Helix Urgent Care.

On February 5, Inner City Press went. Thread

On March 25, before the March 27 sentencing, the US Attorney's Office wrote in including that "the Government understands that the defendant did not comply with this Court’s directive" - full letter on Patreon here.

On February 5, the judge said "Ms. Harris, you must be here in person for the March 27, 2024 sentencing date. I do not want to have to consider

More including transcript photo (X subscribers) here and on Substack here

On March 27 at 2:30, thread: OK - now at US v Aimee Harris, who is not here. Video link to Florida being hooked up. Aimee Harris' appointed lawyer tells courtroom deputy, I told her to sign on at 2:25 pm. But she's not on. Six people now at prosecution table

Now Aimee Harris has phoned /Teams'd in. All rise! At prosecution table, 2 FBI agents. Judge: Ms Harris, do you understand you were required to be here today? Harris: Yes, Your Honor.

 Harris' CJA lawyer: I ask that we adjourn one more time, to the week of April 8. I understand the US is asking for a bench warrant. Judge: Under Rule 43, I could sentence her in absentia. AUSA: Her reasons are false.

AUSA: Don't give her another chance. She has refused to drop off her kids at school for the past 2 days, contrary to a court order.

Pre-Trial Services rep: She moves twice a month. Aimee  Harris' lawyer: She is struggling. Judge: All documents are due by Friday at noon, or I'l sign a warrant. Final sentencing date is April 9 at 11 am, here. AUSA: Impose GPS location monitoring. Judge: I might

Judge: See you on April 9.

Then after the judge left the bench, Aimee Harris spoke into an open / hot mic

More on X for Subscribers here & Substack here

The case is US v. Harris, 22-cr-457 (Swain)



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