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Man Who Walked Into Court on Violation of Supervision Leaves With Marshals After Video

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 2 –   Angel Suarez is charged with a range of violations of supervised release including, it emerged, being shot.      

    On November 2 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, now Second Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Richard J. Sullivan held a VOSR proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.  

 Judge Sullivan asked to see the video of the incident in which Suarez was shot, of which his counsel wrote that "rather than express a word of sympathy for Mr. Suarez having been the victim of gunshot on October 20th, the Government takes pains to suggest that the circumstances are so suspicious as to warrant imprisoning Mr. Suarez." 

 After seeing the video, and allowing argument, Judge Sullivan summoned the U.S. Marshals.

They sat in the back of the 21st floor courtroom, where Inner City Press was, until remand was ordered. Then shoelaces were removed and handcuffs applied. The defense lawyer asked for a week to file more papers.

The case is US v. Suarez, 11-cr-839 (Sullivan) 


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