Mayor Against Guns James Schiliro Sentenced to 20 Months After Illegally Discharging Firearm

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Some follow-up on Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania Mayor James Schiliro, the member of Michael Bloomberg’s anti–Second Amendment outfit “Mayors Against Illegal Guns,” who was busted after demanding homosexual favors at gunpoint:

Schiliro was sentenced to 10 to 20 months for an alcohol-fueled episode last February in which he had a police car bring a former neighbor – a 20-year-old to whom he said he was attracted – to his home, made him drink wine, and refused to let him leave for 3 1/2 hours.  

During the encounter, Schiliro threatened to kill himself and fired a gun into a stack of papers. …

In November, Schiliro was convicted of recklessly endangering another person, unlawful restraint, false imprisonment, official oppression, and furnishing liquor to a minor.

Despite the nauseating sniveling that can be expected at any trial these days,

Judge James F. Nilon evidently was not moved by the testimony from Schiliro and his family members.

“I don’t think you appreciate the seriousness of the nature of the behavior that you engaged in,” Nilon said.

As noted at CNS News,

Schiliro was one of 600 mayors who signed a letter urging Obama to support needless gun restrictions on law-abiding Americans.

I don’t think voters appreciate the seriousness of letting people of James Schiliro’s caliber threaten our constitutional rights — although keeping guns out of the hands of politicians might be reasonable.

5 thoughts on “Mayor Against Guns James Schiliro Sentenced to 20 Months After Illegally Discharging Firearm

  1. refused to let him leave for over 3 hours? that sounds like kidnapping and unlawful detainment to me, why the hell did he only get 20 months? and is this jack ass homo (hey its my opinion) again is this jackass homo going to retain his ability to legally own a gun?

    I want answers, well really what I want is the truth, and the truth in sentencing..this homo just got off (pardon the pun) on a lot of charges that would have sunk everyones love boat here on FTTWR

    No rule of law people..its a freakin free for all..have at it

    1. No doubt Bart,if he was sent to prison then he has a felony, and like they say “a felon loses his right to own and bear arms”, so he should lose his rights just like every one else did then. I also thought that a felon could not hold any kind of public office. I have been told that ya cannot even get a CDL licence to even drive a truck or a taxi – from what I have been told. Ya see, I am a felon and that is what I was told when I applied for a taxi driver job a few years ago. 🙁 😎

      1. I’d like to know how Bill Ayers ever even was released from prison
        much less teach students at a university. He was a terrorist and
        killed people. Most people with a felony can’t even get a job yet
        this murderer gets some Ivy school job schooling students on
        the art of radicalism. Gov Easley of NC is a felon. But all is
        forgiven. A guy who did time in Germany for trafficking heroin
        from the Middle East has a job at a university in accounting.
        Amazing how they pick and choose who is an acceptable felon..

  2. 20 months…really. Don’t try this at home cause you’ll be lucky to only get 20 years. F-ing cops.
    Speaking of holding offices…research the TONA act or the missing 13th amendment.
    If any citizen of the United States shall accept, claim, receive or retain, any title of nobility or honour, or shall, without the consent of Congress, accept and retain any present, pension, office or emolument of any kind whatever, from any emperor, king, prince or foreign power, such person shall cease to be a citizen of the United States, and shall be incapable of holding any office of trust or profit under them, or either of them.
    BAR as in bar association means British Accreditation Registry.
    Lincoln didn’t care about the slaves, he cared about saving the union. and he was a lawyer.
    They say it wasn’t ratified but if you look hard enough you’ll find most states have ratified it and there was no time limit to do so. It appeared in books and state constitutions for decades and then just disappeared. Many folks have taken the time to copy the relevant pages to the internet.

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