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PoliticsAnthony Weiner released from prison as part of federal re-entry program

21:00  17 february  2019
21:00  17 february  2019 Source:   foxnews.com

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Disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner has been released from prison and is now part of the federal re - entry program in New York as he Good conduct while in prison has shaved off about three months from his sentence. He will spend three years on supervised release and will have to pay

Anthony Weiner has been released from prison and sent to a re - entry program in New York, according to Federal Bureau of Prisons records. As part of his plea agreement, Weiner was also ordered to register as a sex offender, pay a ,000 fine and be under three years of supervised

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Disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner has been released from prison and is now part of the federal re-entry program in New York as he awaits his full release later this spring.

Weiner, who was convicted for sexting a 15-year-old girl from North Carolina and sentenced to 21 months behind bars, has been transferred from Federal Medical Center in Massachusetts into the care of New York’s Residential Re-entry Management program.

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Disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner has been released from prison and is now part of the federal re - entry program in New York as he awaits his full release later this spring. Weiner , who was convicted for sexting a 15-year-old girl from North Carolina and sentenced to 21 months behind

Weiner served about 15 months in the Federal Medical Center in Devens, Massachusetts. A corrections source said Weiner was part of the The Bureau of Prisons says residential re - entry centers are designed to reduce the chances that inmates will relapse into criminal behavior and are

While a staff member at New York’s RRM in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park neighborhood was unable to provide Fox News with Weiner’s exact whereabouts, it is believed that he is serving the remaining time of his sentence in a halfway house or in home confinement before his official release on May 14.

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Good conduct while in prison has shaved off about three months from his sentence. He will spend three years on supervised release and will have to pay a $10,000 fine as well as register as a sex offender.

Once a prominent star in the Democratic Party, Weiner’s political career began to unravel in 2011 when he resigned from Congress after admitting to sending an X-rated photo and engaging in inappropriate relationships with women online. While he attempted a comeback in 2013 when he ran for New York City mayor, that campaign went off the tracks when it was revealed that he had sexted with another woman under the pseudonym “Carlos Danger.”

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Anthony Weiner was released from a federal prison in Massachusetts and is now under the watch of a re - entry program in New York, according to Weiner pleaded guilty in May 2017 to one count of transferring obscene material to a minor. As part of his plea agreement, Weiner must register as a

Anthony Weiner , the disgraced former congressman who pleaded guilty to sending sexually explicit material to a teen, has been released from federal prison ahead of Federal records show Weiner , who was imprisoned in Massachusetts, is now being housed at a Residential Re - entry Management

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In 2017, he was busted for texting with a high school girl and eventually sentenced to time behind bars.

U.S. District Judge Denise L. Cote issued the sentence in federal court in New York.

“This is a serious crime that deserves serious punishment,” Cote said in a statement.

During his sentencing, Weiner wept openly and read from a prepared statement for several minutes, describing himself as “an addict” and calling his crime “rock bottom.” He said he has a “disease,” but it is not an “excuse.”

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