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Apr 05 2021

Probation Possible for Brutal DC Carjack Killers

Remember the gruesome killing of Pakistani immigrant Mohammad Anwar over his car?

The wheels of “justice” are rolling along:

The 13-year-old and 15-year-old girls charged in the armed fatal carjacking of a Virginia husband and father last week in D.C. are reportedly getting a plea deal.

Nikke Lotze is a criminal defense attorney in the DC:

“In all kinds of way in D.C at least, juveniles are treated differently,” said Lotze, explaining that District laws around juveniles are very different and operate under the presumption that a juvenile can be rehabilitated in ways the adult system may not be set-up to support.

If they do get juvenile detention, they can’t be held past age 21. The emphasis is on rehabilitation rather than punishment. Once deemed rehabilitated, they will be back on the streets. The 15-year-old could be transferred to an adult court, but not the younger one, who is suspected of involvement in previous crimes, including another carjacking.

“If you were to reach a plea agreement, then the juvenile would admit involvement,” said Lotze, who also said the agreement could include, “… potentially being in a youth shelter involvement, which is similar to a jail but for juveniles. Or could involve being on home detention or being on probation.”

Probation. For killing a guy while stealing his car. The charges against them include carjacking, armed robbery, and felony murder.

Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest. According to our rulers’ ideology, Anwar’s killers are oppressed, and Chauvin is an oppressor.

On a tip from Steve T.


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29 Responses to “Probation Possible for Brutal DC Carjack Killers”

  1. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  2. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  3. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  4. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  5. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  6. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  7. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  8. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  9. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  10. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  11. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  12. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  13. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  14. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  15. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  16. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  17. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  18. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  19. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  20. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  21. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  22. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  23. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  24. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  25. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  26. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  27. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  28. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]

  29. […] “Probation is not likely for Derek Chauvin, who may or may not have been a contributing factor to the death of a career criminal who had required him to use a department-approved method of restraint by resisting arrest,” writes Dave Blount. […]


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