A Democrat gets sentenced to prison for corruption, and the summer is heating up with negative news for the Democrat Party as the midterm elections approach.
As information surface on several fronts regarding the readiness of some of our government workers to be crooked against the citizens who entrusted them with critical duties, unfavorable news stories about the Democrats are gaining popularity throughout the American media.
As a result, the wheels of justice turn slowly. Here is a chronology detailing how we arrived at this point in the case of Jasiel Correia, the first-generation Democratic mayor of Fall River, Massachusetts.
October 2018: First arrest (SnoOwl)
September 2019 will see the second arrest (public corruption)
April 2021: Jury selection for the trial.
May 2021: Conviction
September 2021: Given a six-year jail term.
March 2022: Sixth extension to report to jail granted
July 2022: Sentenced to jail
In 2018, the Boston Globe stated, “Correia was jailed for extorting marijuana merchants.”
#BREAKING: Former Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia sentenced to 6 years in federal prison
— U.S. Attorney Massachusetts (@DMAnews1) September 21, 2021
“According to Samantha Mullins, the assistant district attorney prosecuting the case, Bairos, one of the cannabis dealers implicated in the extortion incident involving former Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia, broke the terms of his release in a Brockton sex crime case by threatening the victim.
He had previously been freed on his own recognizance, but that was revoked Tuesday in Brockton Superior Court at a bail violation hearing.
Bairos is being detained on a $5,000 cash bond with the terms that, if he posts bail, he would serve home confinement and be tracked by a GPS electronic bracelet, according to an email sent Wednesday by Beth Stone, a spokesman for the Plymouth County District Attorney’s office.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Bairos, 43, of West Bridgewater, was arraigned on June 29 in Brockton Superior Court on charges of sex trafficking, two counts of sexual contact with an animal, and two counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon,” The Enterprise reported, on what finally got the court’s attention.
“A former Massachusetts Democratic mayor convicted of corruption charges has reported to prison after a court rejected his request for a delay,” The Boston Herald reported on Friday.
Former Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia reported to a federal medium security prison to begin his six-year prison sentence for crimes that a judge called “reprehensible.” CONTINUE READING…