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Buczek 20101113 Court Sentences Shane

Buczek 20101113 Court Sentences Shane

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Published by Bob Hurt
Bob Hurt provides a report on Chief Judge William Skretney's sentencing of Shane Buczek for the crimes of passing fraudulent financial instruments, contempt of court, and possessing false identification. Shane gets 33 months for heeding Patriot Myth Mongers, letting his ethics slide, and ignoring Mom and Dad's advice: "Son, there ain't no free lunch."
Bob Hurt provides a report on Chief Judge William Skretney's sentencing of Shane Buczek for the crimes of passing fraudulent financial instruments, contempt of court, and possessing false identification. Shane gets 33 months for heeding Patriot Myth Mongers, letting his ethics slide, and ignoring Mom and Dad's advice: "Son, there ain't no free lunch."

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Published by: Bob Hurt on Nov 13, 2010
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Shane Buczek Sentenced for Bank Fraud 1SHANE BUCZEK SENTENCED FOR BANK FRAUDBob HurtLawmen Group
 
Shane Buczek Sentenced for Bank Fraud 2AbstractShane Buczek, college graduate of age 40 and a resident of the Buffalo, New York area, beganstudying “patriot technology” many years ago. He became convinced of crookedness ingovernment, American politics, the courts, and the American money system. He beganembracing false teachings of Patriot Myth Mongers, such as the theory that one may use a falsebonded promissory not to discharge credit debt. Shane tried it on debt for over $8,000. Federalofficers arrested him. The Buffalo United States District Court convicted him of bank fraud andthree lesser charges. On 5 November 2010, a federal judge sentenced Shane to prison andrestitution.
 
Shane Buczek Sentenced for Bank Fraud 3Shane Buczek Sentenced For Bank FraudThis document explains the charges and sentence. It intentionally omits details which onecan find in the case documents. The final judgment report constitutes the primary source of thisdata. One may find it athttp://pacer.gov, Western District of New York, under the name ShaneC. Buczek.
Charge Summary
The following summary lists the charges and code sections Shane violated:
Title and SectionNature of OffenseOffense EndedCount
18 U.S.C. §1028(a)(4)Possession of a False Identification Document 03/04/08III of 08CR0005418 U.S.C. §1344Bank Fraud01/16/09I of 09CR0012118 U.S.C. §3 147(1) Commission of Offense While on Release01/16/09II of 09CR0012118 U.S.C. §401(3)Contempt of Court 01/15/09I of 09CR00141
 Pleading And Conviction
Shane pleaded guilty to all of the above charges and the court adjudicated Shane as guiltyof all the above charges.SentenceOn 5 November 2010 USDC Chief Judge William Skretney sentenced Shane to 33months in prison as follows:“Minute Entry for proceedings held before William M. Skretny, Chief Judge:Sentencing held on 11/5/2010 for Shane Buczek on Counts 1 and 2 of theIndictment (Felony) Presentence report to be sealed - will be made available tocounsel for appeal purposes only. The probation department's recommendationsection which is a part of said presentence report will be kept under separate sealand will not be accessible to counsel. The Court resolves all outstanding objectionsto presentence report and deposes of all collateral issues. Total Offense Level: 17.

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