Friday, June 26, 2015
FOX NEWS got it all wrong Marcus Robertson may have been a bad guy and linked to terrorists in NYC but he went to work for the CIA and killed really bad guys in the Middle East and West Africa as a covert operator, ha, ha you fools. Orlando Imam Marcus Robertson Gets Only 20 Months Prison Term For IRS Check Fraud and Gun Charge No Enhanced Terrorism Time Looks Like Time Served and Released, Told You So. Marcus Robertson sure get a sweat deal I wonder what the real back story is about his work as a covert operator (assassin) for the CIA and FBI Terrorism Task Force. Who is the real Marcus Robertson, is this the real Confessions of a Dangerous Mind that depicted the life of popular game show host and producer Chuck Barris, who claimed to have also been an assassin for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). The judge, Gregory A. Presnell, sent a strong message to the government that it cannot lock people up for preaching and teaching Islam by falsely misrepresenting possessing Islamic literature and teaching Islam as equating to sympathizing with terrorism. MARCUS ROBERTSON IS A FREE MAN TODAY!
On September 14, 2011, Marcus Robertson was charged with Possession of a Firearm and Ammunition by a Convicted Felon, in violation of 18 U.S.C. §922(g)(1). (Doc. 14). He pled guilty to that offense on January 5, 2012. This matter came before the Court for sentencing over several days, most recently on May 28, 2015. During the course of these proceedings, this matter has been consolidated with the sentencing in an otherwise unrelated case involving the same Defendant and a charge of income tax fraud. At the May 28 hearing, the Court discussed the advantages of sentencing Robertson separately in the two cases to avoid some complicated sentencing issues that would result if the sentences were imposed together. Neither party objects to this proposal. Accordingly, for the reasons stated in open court, the Court will sentence Robertson separately in this case and in the other case. With respect to the instant case, and the charge of Possession of a Firearm and Ammunition by a Convicted Felon, the Court has calculated the Defendant’s Guideline score as a Total Offense Level of 12 and a Criminal History Category of I.1. This produces a Guideline sentencing range of 10 to 16 months. The parties and probation officer agree that this is the correct Guideline score. A sentence of 12 months and one day is sufficient, but not greater than necessary, to accomplish the objectives of 18 U.S.C. § 3553(a). Accordingly, when the sentencing hearing is reconvened on June 26th, 2015 at 9:00am, the Court will pronounce sentence consistent with this opinion.
DONE and ORDERED in Orlando, Florida on June 1, 2015.
Signed Gregory A. Presnell
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE.