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convicted by a jury in November of a hate crime, third-degree harassment and being a habitual offender, which is associated with previous reckless use of fire crimes. He was sentenced Wednesday in Story County District Court, in Nevada.
All three crimes were to be served concurrent as the habitual offender charge carries a 15 year sentence and hate crime two years. Martinez is not eligible for parole until the mandatory minimum of three years is met...
Martinez gave his impact statement, and indicated that he would never stop, and was ‘living by God’s laws,’ Reynolds said.
Martinez returned to the club and told an employee that he wanted to burn a pride flag, and was going to burn down the club.
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: spiritualarchitect
Oh, he did take a flag that wasn't his to burn. He would have gotten something for that and should have.