This ain’t gonna be biz as usual… <br><br> “The Stenger plea is a big deal, but the LED lights at 10,000 watts is not that there’s a lot of shoes to drop, but there’s a lot of boots that are going to drop.”” <br><br>”Based on the offense level calculated in his guilty plea under federal guidelines, Stenger could get around three to four years in prison. Judge Catherine Perry emphasized she’s not bound by those guidelines, and set Stenger’s sentencing for Aug. 9. He will also be required to pay restitution. Although the exact amount isn’t clear it could be several hundred thousand dollars. The maximum sentence is 20 years and a $250,000 fine on each count.”<br><br>The fact that she set his sentencing date for August 9, 2019 the 5 year anniversary of the murder of Mike Brown and Ferguson uprising is very telling.<br><br>The feds put St. Louis leaders on notice… <br><br>”In a statement, Richard Quinn of the FBI’s St. Louis Division, said, “Steve Stenger benefitted himself at the expense of St. Louis County citizens by accepting financial gain in exchange for official action.<br><br>”The FBI will continue to investigate and hold accountable public officials who betray the trust of the St. Louis communities they serve,” Quinn said. “Our citizens deserve nothing less.””<br><br>Stenger sang,<br><br>”Greg Willard, an adjunct professor at St. Louis University School of Law, said Friday that the obvious depth and breadth of the investigation should scare anyone who may have been attempting to illegally influence county business. “

This ain't gonna be biz as usual...

“The Stenger plea is a big deal, but the LED lights at 10,000 watts is not that there’s a lot of shoes to drop, but there’s a lot of boots that are going to drop.”"

"Based on the offense level calculated in his guilty plea under federal guidelines, Stenger could get around three to four years in prison. Judge Catherine Perry emphasized she’s not bound by those guidelines, and set Stenger’s sentencing for Aug. 9. He will also be required to pay restitution. Although the exact amount isn’t clear it could be several hundred thousand dollars. The maximum sentence is 20 years and a $250,000 fine on each count."

The fact that she set his sentencing date for August 9, 2019 the 5 year anniversary of the murder of Mike Brown and Ferguson uprising is very telling.

The feds put St. Louis leaders on notice...

"In a statement, Richard Quinn of the FBI’s St. Louis Division, said, "Steve Stenger benefitted himself at the expense of St. Louis County citizens by accepting financial gain in exchange for official action.

"The FBI will continue to investigate and hold accountable public officials who betray the trust of the St. Louis communities they serve,” Quinn said. “Our citizens deserve nothing less.""

Stenger sang,

"Greg Willard, an adjunct professor at St. Louis University School of Law, said Friday that the obvious depth and breadth of the investigation should scare anyone who may have been attempting to illegally influence county business. "

Stenger Pleads Guilty; Sentencing In August For Former St. Louis County Executive

Updated at 1:30 p.m., May 3 with plea hearing details and comments from officials — Former St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger pleaded guilty Friday
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