Skip to comments.Ca. Sen. Leland Yee codefendant granted bail, but not freed (RAT Keith Jackson)
Posted on 04/03/2014 5:09:13 PM PDT by Libloather
SAN FRANCISCO -- A federal magistrate granted bail Thursday for Keith Jackson, state Sen. Leland Yee's former fundraiser and codefendant on political corruption charges, but delayed his release to allow the prosecution to appeal.
Jackson, former president of the San Francisco Board of Education, was one of 26 defendants charged last week with conspiring to commit crimes in exchange for payoffs from undercover FBI agents. He faces some of the most serious charges, including gun trafficking, drug dealing and arranging a purported murder for hire.
But at a hearing Thursday morning, U.S. Magistrate Nathanael Cousins said he was convinced that Jackson, a "lifelong member of this community with significant ties to this community" and no criminal record, could be released safely while awaiting trial.
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Okay, but where is Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow?
Meanwhile one piece of shit judge in New York has taken away Dinesh D’Souza’s passport and imposed a high bail rate for allegedly campaign contribution violations of about $20,000 dollars.
[Remember, Al Gore and his Chinese Communist donors literally got away with murder]
New York is becoming more authoritarian than California.
Now there is your injustice under Holder, Cuomo, DeBlasio and the rest of the crooks and commies who run this country.
Hold the phonnne!
“New York is becoming more authoritarian than California.”
Becoming? New York has been Communist since before Ronald Reagan was Governor of California! Twenty years ago, there was a sign on the west end of the SF Bay bridge that showed the declining population of NY along with the consequent increases here in CA (that was a major mistake on our part because we sure got the dregs in that exchange).
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