Criminal Who Had LIFE-SENTENCE Commuted By Obama ARRESTED AGAIN For SAME CRIMES!

San Antonio Criminal Already Back In Prison

The San Antonio express news is reporting that 68-year-old Robert M. Gill has been arrested for drug related crimes after his life sentence commuted by former President Barack Obama.

From The San Antonio Express:

A San Antonio man who was freed from life in prison by President Barack Obama is back behind bars, accused of crashing his car into another vehicle while fleeing from officers after a drug deal Thursday.

Robert M. Gill, 68, whose life sentence for cocaine and heroin distribution conspiracy was commuted by Obama in 2015…

…He was taken to federal court Friday, and U.S. Magistrate Judge Henry Bemporad ordered him held without bail pending a hearing Feb. 16. Gill is charged with possession with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of cocaine. Five hundred grams is a little more than 1 pound.

He again faces a potential sentence with a mandatory minimum, five years, and he could get up to 40.

Gill was apart of President Obama’s record breaking number of criminals who had their sentences commuted.

The Gateway Pundit reported on January 19 the record number of criminals that had their sentences commuted by President Obama.

On his final day in office President Obama commuted the sentences of 330 criminals, during his presidency he commuted the sentences of 1,715 criminals, which is by far the most by any President in American history. Of those 1,715 criminals that were ordered free by President Obama 568 were serving life sentences for crimes.

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