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Ex-UAW leader Gary Jones gets 28-month sentence

Ex-UAW leader Gary Jones gets 28-month sentence

Former United Auto Workers President Gary Jones was sentenced to 28 months in prison for scheming to embezzle hundreds of thousands of dollars in union dues. Jones, 64, was sentenced Thursday after pleading guilty to two counts of conspiracy last year. Borman ordered that Jones surrender for his term in 90 days and recommended a low-security federal prison in Seagoville, Texas.

Robert_Clearwater 1 weeks

Look, when I pull this lever all of your union dues go straight into my bank account.

Andrew Montague
Andrew Montague 1 weeks

Union corruption? No! Really? 🙄

Arthur 1 weeks

The court has just looked the other way on corruption in the uaw 5 to 20 years would be an appropriate sentence!

bobby_5150 1 weeks

Go, unions!

Patty 1 weeks

Not long enough

Yankee 1 weeks

Low security federal prisons are known as camps . He'll be out in less than 14 months on good behavior . It doesn't matter the crime , it's how you behave on the inside .

R_Forde 1 weeks

Isn’t this normal union behavior?

Shmule 1 weeks

Marxism on display. "More money, er, power to the Marxist elites, er, workers! You know the thing!"

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 1 weeks

A crooked union official? You don't see that every.........actually, nevermind.

Arthur 1 weeks

is this a joke as a uaw member i'm appalled 28 months!a more realistic sentence would be 5 to 20 years!

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