Harrisburg man sentenced to 22 years in U.S. prison on drug, gun convictions

PennLive.com - 06-14

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A Harrisburg man who sold crack cocaine and illegally possessed firearms will pay for his crimes by spending nearly 22 years in federal prison. Robert Hendrix Jr., 39, received that punishment from U.S. Middle District Senior Judge Sylvia H. Rambo after pleading guilty to narcotics and firearms charges.

April Mayweather: Make sure you have the truth. because he was convicted doesn't mean all this is true. he is a young black man that this judge wanted to make an example of as they do with them all. you got murderers out here that only got 5, 10 and 15 years so yea I have a big problem with this and it ain't over yet.

User from PA: Rs

Jacob Neil: Seems a bit much. Another example of a punishment that rarely fits the crime

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User from PA - 23 days ago
False information free my baby
Jacob Neil - 06-15
Seems a bit much. Another example of a punishment that rarely fits the crime
User from PA - 06-14
Rs
April Mayweather - 06-14
Make sure you have the truth. because he was convicted doesn't mean all this is true. he is a young black man that this judge wanted to make an example of as they do with them all. you got murderers out here that only got 5, 10 and 15 years so yea I have a big problem with this and it ain't over yet.

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