Gyrocopter flying mailman Doug Hughes starts 4 month prison sentence June 14th

Gyroccopter flying mailman Doug Hughes starts 4 month prison sentence June 14thFormer rural letter carrier Douglas Hughes, 62, of Ruskin, Fla., was sentenced in April 2016  to 120 days in jail on a federal charge stemming from the April 15, 2015, incident in which he flew a gyrocopter into Washington, D.C., and landed on the West Front lawn of the Capitol. Hughes pled guilty on Nov. 20, 2015, in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, to a felony charge of operating as an airman without an airman’s certificate.

Hughes 4 month sentence begins on June 14, 2016 and ends October 14, 2016 at the Miami, Florida Federal Detention Center:

Douglas Hughes 62746-007
P.O. BOX 019120
MIAMI, FL 33101

Although Hughes will be released in time for the upcoming presidential election, Florida state law ban felons from voting even after being released from prison, parole, and probation, and having paid all their fines..

But on the bright side Hughes is eligible for his USPS retirement.

4 thoughts on “Gyrocopter flying mailman Doug Hughes starts 4 month prison sentence June 14th

  1. Why are welfare recipients allowed to vote? They will only vote for the person that will give them more welfare.

  2. yet 30 million plus criminal illegal aliens walk around and get free stuff because of that mutt in the white house! talk about somebody who should have been impeached and thrown in jail for flooding the country with criminals and disease ridden ubermensch. good to know we have a Luftwaffe pilot in waiting for the next blue- gray dust up! US Postal Circus…….can’t make this stuff up! UPS vs USPS airforce-no contest!

  3. Why should this man be punished for trying to rid America of corporate domination of the political process? Laws are passed for the highest bidder!

    • The answer to your rhetorical question has many facets, a key one being that those in the domination class want to stay there. Making an example of a regular citizen who would strive to challenge the status quo sends a message to all.

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