Hey Napolitano… Republican Convention Protester Sentenced to 2 Years On Bomb Charge

Bradley Neil Crowder assembled eight firebombs with the intent to use them on police during the RNC Convention.

Bradley Neil Crowder
Midland Co. Sheriff’s Office

Bradley Neal Crowder will serve 2 years in prison for planning attacks during the RNC in Minneapolis.
The Star-Tribune reported, via Free Republic:

A protester from Texas has been sentenced to two years in prison for possessing Molotov cocktails during the Republican National Convention last September.

U.S. District Judge Michael Davis on Thursday also sentenced Bradley Neal Crowder to three years of supervised release.

The 23-year-old Austin, Texas, man was part of a group from Austin that allegedly planned to disrupt the convention in St. Paul last September. He pleaded guilty in January.

Maybe he’ll illustrious teaching career when he gets out?

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