A Federal Judge has sentenced Jerry DeLemus, a prominent right-wing terrorist who co-chaired the New Hampshire Veterans for Trump coalition, to seven years in federal prison for his role in the 2014 Bundy standoff in Nevada.
According to The Boston Globe, Chief US District Judge Gloria Navarro called DeLus a “bully vigilante” while handing down a sentence one year longer than prosecutors had requested.
DeLemus, a fervent Trump supporter is now seeking a presidential pardon, the Globe writes.
Former New Hampshire Republican Party chair Jack Kimball told The Globe that a pardon from President Donald Trump is being pursued. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has also been asked to intervene in an attempt to prevent the Republican activist from serving his prison sentence.
Susan DeLemus, wife of the convicted, is a former two-term Republican state representative in New Hampshire and like her husband was a Trump delegate to the Republican National Convention.
Former Representative DeLemus claims her husband signed his guilty plea to “take the fall” for his fellow conspirators.
Ryan Payne of Montana will be sentenced on June 15th, according to the report.