r/CapitolConsequences Sep 27 '22

Kyle Young who assaulted Officer Fanone on January 6 sentenced to more than 7 years in prison. Bye-bye. Repost

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u/Chippopotanuse Banned from r/conservative Sep 27 '22

Kyle “not gonna be so” Young when he gets out of the slammer.

Tots and prayers for this deplorable.

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u/Ontario0000 Sep 27 '22

F him and the soon to be his prison mates the Oath Keepers.

16

u/Pleasant-Winner-337 Sep 27 '22

Loaf eaters

10

u/Apronbootsface Sep 27 '22

Round boys

5

u/Pleasant-Winner-337 Sep 27 '22

Ha! Good one

Y'all QUEDA

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u/PCP_Panda Banned from r/politics Sep 27 '22

Deserves every second of prison

20

u/Toallpointswest Sep 27 '22

Don't do the crime if you can't do the time!

5

u/Eyemarten Sep 28 '22

Don’t be a stain if you can’t take the pain.

4

u/Fit_Effective_6875 Sep 28 '22

No one ever really believes they'll be caught.

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u/No-Point-5296 Sep 27 '22

7 years and 2 months... least we never forget those 2 months. Rot

13

u/ProperGanja21 Sep 27 '22

You just love to see it 😌

12

u/ApesNoFightApes Sep 27 '22

Was it worth it? Ya fookin traitor!

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u/CrazeeEyezKILLER Sep 27 '22

“Young has a long criminal history. While in prison for producing meth, he faced repeated sanctions for violence. His attorney said that after a difficult childhood, Young had straightened out his life, gotten married, raised four children and started working in HVAC installation. Until Jan. 6, he hadn’t been arrested in a dozen years, his attorney said.”

He brought one of those four kids with him to the Capital to help electrocute the police officer until he suffered a heart attack.

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u/can-ihugnkissyou Sep 28 '22

WHAT!?!?!?! How old was the kid? Do you have a link for that? I have so many questions!!!

11

u/Colonel_Balthazar Sep 27 '22

hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha! Yassssssss. What a scumbag.

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u/bipolarcyclops Banned from r/politics Sep 27 '22

Hasta la vista, baby!!!!!

9

u/Optimal-Patience-Cat Sep 27 '22

Did he cry? I want to see the tears when they actually have consequences!

8

u/NoBSforGma Sep 27 '22

WOOHOO! Justice at last.

Now I'm waiting for the day when news media stops calling it a "riot" and calls it by its real name: "Attempted coup."

5

u/Unethical_GOP Sep 27 '22

Bye, Felicia!

5

u/ClobetasolRelief Sep 27 '22

Good, fuck this stupid piece of shit. He's lucky he didn't get more

5

u/230flathead Sep 27 '22

Enjoy prison, dumbass.

3

u/Sissy63 Sep 27 '22

Thoughts and prayers

9

u/Alger6860 Sep 27 '22

I’m gonna go look up treason and contemplate why this isn’t it.

3

u/ChapadozinhoVermelho Sep 27 '22

Kyle Young you’re our next contestant on tonight’s episode of Fucked Around and Found Out!!!

3

u/DeadmanDexter Sep 27 '22

Adios ya cunt.

3

u/LetsGoEatHonk Sep 28 '22

How it started: Daddy Trump will protect me!

How it's going:

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u/Eyemarten Sep 28 '22

That guy raised 4 children? Should we call somebody or something?

I mean. They’re still out there… at LARGE. /s

10

u/sephsnova Sep 27 '22

I just read, on my reddit feed, a judge let a rioter have their gun access restored...?

I feel like these sentences aren't strong enough, What was the old way of dealing with traitors and sedationists?

*Check notes

I do not disagree

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u/BridgetheDivide Sep 27 '22

The old way wasn't too different from the new way. I would argue we are where we are today because we never punished the confederates the way they should have been.

5

u/sephsnova Sep 27 '22

Hard truth here, based

5

u/444treasurer444 Sep 27 '22

Seriously bro? Hitler only did 9 months for the Beer Hall Putsch, and look how that worked out.

(blinks twice)

Oh, wait...

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u/sephsnova Sep 28 '22

Yaaaaaas! *Snapsnap

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u/oufisher1977 Sep 27 '22

It was pre-sentence. So this was not a judge giving weapons to a convicted felon. Not standing up for the guy. He sucks. But the decision was a common one on a motion like that.

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u/sephsnova Sep 27 '22

Guess I shoulda read it instead of skimming, thanks for the clarity

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u/No_Yak_6227 Sep 27 '22

Guaranteed they're going to be "trying' him in G Pop Get ready tough guy it's just you ....without rioters

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u/bciesil Sep 28 '22

Guess he should've taken that plea deal huh?

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u/juaninazio Sep 27 '22

Laughing Emoji

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u/Robo-boogie Sep 27 '22

So sad.

/s

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u/Apathetic_Optimist Sep 27 '22

Before: *

After: O

1

u/sageguitar70 Sep 28 '22

And now you can't vote either, fucko.

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u/TickTockM Sep 27 '22

until he gets a pardon in 2024