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Monday, 6 December 2010

former Navy SEAL and onetime president of the Mongols motorcycle gang’s Virginia Beach chapter was sentenced Friday to 18 months in prison for selling a machine gun

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Bikers Of America, Know Your Rights!: Virginia - ALEXANDRIA, Va. Beach motorcycle gang member sent to prison for gun sale..: "former Navy SEAL and onetime president of the Mongols motorcycle gang’s Virginia Beach chapter was sentenced Friday to 18 months in prison for selling a machine gun he brought back from Iraq.
Justin “Itchy” Wilson, 30, also will serve three years of probation. He pleaded guilty in Alexandria federal court to illegally possessing and transferring a machine gun.
The government, according to court papers, sought a 2½-year sentence citing evidence of a plot to commit insurance fraud as well as Wilson’s affiliation with “a dangerous gang.” The government also alleged that Wilson obtained the weapon from an Iraqi insurgent he had shot dead. Wilson denied that.
“A lengthy period of incarceration will also send an important message that individuals who seek to sell war trophy weapons in the United States will be punished,” a federal prosecutor wrote to the judge.
Wilson’s attorney submitted more than 70 pages of Navy commendations and letters as well as a three-page letter from Wilson seeking leniency.
U.S. District Judge Leonie M. Brinkema agreed, sentencing Wilson to six months less than the minimum recommended under federal sentencing guidelines.
Wilson admitted he sold a fully automatic, AK-style machine gun to an undercover agent in Fairfax County in 2008."

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