Anthony Bosworth’s sentencing was yesterday at 1:30, and by the grace of God he is home today. Before the judge gave his ruling on the sentience he told my father that by law he gets the last word. That he may say whatever he would like and can talk as long as he would like. He told him that my father has his ear.
Anthony said that by law he can not be (in) a federal building with a firearm, And there is no way that he could have known he was (on) the building at the time. That it was (and still) not posted on the plaza that there are no guns allowed. That whenever him and the patriots where at the court building the people inside the where probably safer with them here then they are without them.
He told the judge that the wrong dissension could upset the patriots. That this court may he heading down a dangerous road and that he hopes the judge will see that.
After my dad was done saying his piece the judge told my father that he was an honorable man who served his country and serves is family well, and that he has shown this court nothing but respect. He told him that he was a man that stood on principle and that every time he and the patriots stood at the plaza they did so in a nonthreatening way and safely.
The judge said that it would not matter if he gave Anthony a one dollar fine or a million dollar fine, nor any amount of time spent would teach a man anything who stands a principle. The judge said that he didn’t even want to rule it as time spent because he didn’t want that on dads record. He gave dad a 250$ fine that he could pay up front or do 25$ a month until it was paid and if he missed a payment there would be no late fees added.
Patriots if you stand on principle and with God what can they do?
Aubrie Bosworth – LFA 3%