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NYC teen faces prison after remaining
free on 5 open gun possession cases

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Posted By: Ribicon, 3/27/2021 10:29:17 PM

A teenager who keeps getting sprung by judges despite five open weapons-possession cases may finally see the inside of a state prison—he’s facing two years for felony gun possession at a sentencing scheduled for Monday in Brooklyn. The Post highlighted the “revolver door” of justice enjoyed by Raquan Wilson in an exclusive story Friday. A reputed member of the Cripps’ “Folk Nation” gang, Wilson, 19, had four open gun cases in Queens and Brooklyn when he was busted on his fifth gun possession case Sunday—and quickly sprung by a Brooklyn judge thanks to last year’s bail reform rules. Out on a total $26,500 bail,


* Larry Celona, and Laura Italiano
Failed America does not have a gun problem, but rather a judge problem and a Raquan problem. For her part, Raquan's mother says he dindu nuffin.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: bamapreacher 3/27/2021 10:57:03 PM (No. 737107)
Mother love is fine but this mother is apparently so stupid she doesn't realize 4 possession charges tends to mean a bad kid.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: DVC 3/28/2021 12:25:43 AM (No. 737134)
So it now takes FIVE gun crimes for a black teen to get put in jail, and a white woman gets shot dead by a black man for walking into the Capitol. We have been told that he was some sort of an 'officer', but zero proof has been provided, and the entire murder has been covered up. Who murdered Ashli Babbitt? She didn't get five chances....
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Reply 3 - Posted by: ColonialAmerican1623 3/28/2021 2:07:17 AM (No. 737184)
"Mother of eight" tells it all. That's nine times $1400. When he gets killed by a cop, she will sue and get millions.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: 5 handicap 3/28/2021 6:19:51 AM (No. 737239)
Goddamn the Judge who set him free! New York is getting what it deserves. No human being should live in a place like New York City... Do any?
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Reply 5 - Posted by: franq 3/28/2021 7:48:35 AM (No. 737271)
Teen. Hmmm. Straight out of the media composition style book. They only use "white male" when it can be put in the headline.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: philsner 3/28/2021 8:20:25 AM (No. 737307)
The poor "teen".
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Reply 7 - Posted by: ROLFNader 3/28/2021 9:38:36 AM (No. 737407)
"Raquan"? Sounds Norwegian, doesn't it?
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