Coast Guard lieutenant accused of terrorism granted release

Coast Guard lieutenant accused of terrorism granted release

A Coast Guard lieutenant accused of being a domestic terrorist is entitled to be released from custody before his trial, a federal magistrate said Thursday. Judge Charles Day noted that Christopher Hasson hasn’t been charged with any terrorism related offenses. Hasson was arrested February 15 and is awaiting trial on firearms and drug charges.

Timothy
Timothy
Scott in FLorida
Scott in FLorida 8 months

THings look really bad for this guy, but Innocent until proven guilty is a cornerstone of our system. I would recommend at least 2 ankle bracelets.

consistency
consistency 8 months

Trump can put this on his list of accomplishments: hired judges that have let white supremacists go back out and try again.

Robert
Robert 8 months

What are the chances this guy was memeing? If I remembered he was changed because he and a list of names or something.

CharlieMike
CharlieMike 8 months

Double edge sword. Glad he didn't get to do anything, but since all he did was talk they have very little. I mean, if talking about killing a politician/tv personality would get you jail time, a lot of famous people did be in jail since 2016. (Madonna talking about wanting to blow up the white house.)

KingOfBeds
KingOfBeds 8 months

First. But yeah, not really much to say on this.

Captain Obvious
Captain Obvious 8 months

does anyone know if the UCMJ applies to the Coast Guard?

Dylan Jett
Dylan Jett 8 months

this poor man committed no crime. crime create victims.

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