Thursday, June 18, 2015

Judge Denies Jarec Wentworth's Motion To Dismiss Federal Weapons Charges

That's right. Xbiz is reporting that because of U.S. District Judge John F. Walter's order today, which has denied Wentworth's motion to dismiss the federal weapons charges from his face, the gay porn star could face up to 15 additional years in prison if he's convicted of the extortion charges he faces.
Wentworth was reportedly not in court today during the pre-trial hearing in which his counsel asked that the weapons charge be dismissed on the grounds that Wentworth's crime of extortion was not a crime of violence. Judge Walter was quoted as saying this: "The main risk of extortion by wrongful use of fear or by nonviolent threat arises from the possibility of a face-to-face confrontation between the extortionist and the victim or other third party. Attempted extortion poses the same kind of risk, and may even pose a greater risk than completed extortion. Indeed, violence may be more likely to arise in an attempted extortion, where the extortionist does not actually obtain the property he seeks or when the attempt ‘is thwarted by some outside intervener.’"
I don't know folks it's not looking good for Jarec.
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