Feds Indict Man Who Beat 44 City Charges

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AP reports that Feds indicted John Gassew, a 23-year-old Philly man who'd been arrested -- but never convicted -- 44 times previously. "A federal grand jury on Tuesday indicted 23-year-old John Gassew on charges of interfering interstate commerce. Investigators say he robbed a pair of convenience stores at gunpoint in October. ... Police say they shot Gassew four times after he crashed a stolen getaway car after the robberies. He will remain in custody until his trial. Gassew faces a maximum of life in prison if convicted of the federal charges."

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1. jb said... on Jan 27, 2010 at 10:22AM

“finally. the liberal pathetic laws that favor the criminals over law abiding citizens have been overcome. This piece of crap of a person should sit in a cell, no tv, no gym, no social worker. he should rot in jail and cost us taxpayers as little as possible. 2 meals a date would be just fine”

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