Discussion in 'News - Breaking News & Political Forum' started by Crackers Phinn, Aug 1, 2019.
But when they do it? And they always do it.
God forbid but if I ever had to go to jail they'd have to drag me too.
Here's the thing about when they do it. They know that if they get caught, it's a frat bro/sis, cousin, in-law, mentor, etc. who is going to have their back if things go sideways. When black folks do the same thing surrounded by white folks we somehow expect to get treated like we got this shared history of comradery when we do not and never did.
If you are going to commit a crime, commit it amongst friends and family who can bail you outta some poo if the need arises. If ain't nobody able to hold you down like that then keep your nose clean and stop doing illegal stuff.
I...I don't understand how she didn't figure out another way to help her brother and not get caught.
Not saying it's right, but...
That’s what I can’t figure out. She should have had a connection to someone in the system who could give her confidential information without telling on her.
I am reading this again, and I am wondering why her charge is having an unlawful interest in a public contract for getting access to confidential files. Seems like she'd be hit with something more along the lines of malfeasance in office. Now I gotta go do some googles.
I saw this headline and thought about this thread.
This woman and her son are terrible people.
New Jersey Paralegal Allegedly Used DOJ Access to Help Son’s Gang Identify “Snitches”
A paralegal in the New Jersey U.S. Attorney’s Office has been accused of using her government access to identify people in her son’s gang who cooperated with investigators, putting them in danger of retaliation from their fellow gang members, according to filings in a federal court in Brooklyn. The woman pleaded not guilty to the charges on Tuesday.
According to prosecutors, Tawanna Hilliard, 44, used her access to Department of Justice computers to search databases to identify cooperating witnesses from the 5-9 Brims, a set of the Bloods street gang, at the direction of members of that gang. According to NJ.com, Hilliard had worked in the New Jersey U.S. Attorney office’s Civil Division for nine years.
Hilliard also specifically targeted the co-defendant in a robbery case that resulted in her son, Tyquan, being sentenced to 10 years in prison. In May 2018, the man and Tyquan Hilliard robbed an AT&T store in Monticello, New York. The men threatened the store clerk and two shoppers with a gun and bound them with duct tape in a storage room. They fled the scene and led the police on a high-speed chase before crashing their car and being captured.
Texts between the mother and son allegedly show Tawanna Hilliard complaining that the co-defendant’s cooperation with the investigators after the robbery ruined her son’s defense. The man was “giving up murders, victims, shooters and all…SMH,” she wrote in a text, according to court documents. Tawanna Hilliard allegedly responded by posting a video on YouTube of the co-defendant talking to investigators about that robbery, with the title “NYC Brim Gang Member Snitching Pt. 1.” The man and his family then received death threats from other inmates linked to the Bloods, according to prosecutors.
According to NJ.com, the indictment contends that before his arrest, Hilliard told her son in an April 2016 call that she had “looked up” cases for another gang member who wanted to to locate people who “snitched.”
Hilliard has been charged with witness tampering, obstruction of justice, and obtaining information from a government computer. She was released on bond with the order not to contact her son or other gang members. Her son is also charged in the indictment.
I had to look her up and these pics about killed me. Her facebook page is full hotep.
^^She needs a nice long prison sentence and if any of the people she told on are murdered then she should be charged as an accessory. Just crazy. Imagine participating in this kind of foolishness at 44 years old!
Is she pregnant? I hope not.
I had the same thought! She was playing with people's lives so she gets what she gets.
Awww hell, I went to elementary school with this dumb arse, smh.
Was she always this dumb?
I wonder what her brother intended to do with the information about the teen he assaulted
She’s about to get more time than her son, and whomever else she was trying to help combined.
And nan one of the dudes she helped will raise a finger to help her or put so much as a nickel on her commissary. Dudes barely take care of each other when they go in. The ride or die chicks are completely out 9 times out of 10.
I didn't know her that well, she was my classmates sister. She was actually lowkey and her brother was the hell raiser. I guess things done changed, smh.
Here is how Thug Mommy got hemmed up. Her stupid son basically reported her.
Her son was behind bars when the videos were posted, but he allegedly sent letters to various people — including the FBI and a senior Assistant US Attorney in the Eastern District of New York — threatening to upload more clips of John Doe’s statement.
Brilliant just brilliant.
Sooo, her son snitched on her...how ironic.
Well this story is wrapped up
Reminder of what caused alladis
She is also accused of improperly using her power as judge to get access to her brother's personnel file after he was fired. She received some documents that normally aren't given to attorneys representing fired workers and is accused of trying to give them to her brother's attorney. She also is accused of improperly arranging for her brother to work at the court that would allow him to earn overtime payments, prohibited for relatives.
After paying $34K in court costs, ex-judge Tracie Hunter's 6-year legal battle ends
being dragged out of a courtroom to begin serving a jail sentence she maintains was unfair and politically motivated, Tracie Hunter has now completed the terms of her probation.
An intermediary delivered a final check for court costs she owed, and Hunter's probation was terminated Monday, according to court documents.
"It now appears," Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Patrick Dinkelacker wrote in an entry dated Monday, "that the defendant herein has complied with the terms of her community control, including payment of all court indebtedness."
In court documents filed in November 2019 asking Dinkelacker to reduce those costs, an attorney for Hunter said the transcripts were "ordered by the court for use by the prosecutor."
She was allowed to remain out of jail while she pursued numerous appeals. Then last May, a federal judge – who had the case for three years – said the sentence could go forward. U.S. District Judge Timothy Black said strong evidence against Hunter undermined her "claim that the verdict was a result of the inflammatory and prejudicial effect of remarks made by the special prosecutor during closing argument."
Hunter ended up spending 75 days in jail and was released in October 2019. Hunter, who is a pastor, completed a court-authorized work detail program ministering to her fellow inmates. She also received three days of credit for every day served.