VIDEO: Outrage as 69 year old grandma, Pam Hemphill, with breast cancer is sentenced to prison for 60 days for trespassing and entering the Capitol on January 6th KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, July 15, 2022

VIDEO: Outrage as 69 year old grandma, Pam Hemphill, with breast cancer is sentenced to prison for 60 days for trespassing and entering the Capitol on January 6th

Pam Hemphill, the 69-year-old grandmother and breast cancer survivor will not be enjoying her golden years for the next 60 days. (WATCH THE VIDEO HERE).

The 'MagaGranny,' as she is known on social media, is traveling to California not to view Manhattan Beach but to serve time in a Federal Prison. Hemphill notified the public through social media that she would be doing time to film the storming of the Capitol Rotunda in Washington DC.

HEMPHILL, Pamela
Case Number: 
21-cr-555
Charge(s): 
See accompanying documents. 

Location of Arrest: 
IDAHO, Boise
Case Status: 
Arrested 8/3/21. 

Pleaded guilty 1/21/22.

Sentenced 5/24/22 to 60 days in jail, 36 months of probation, $500 restitution.

Case Documents: 
Hemphill Complaint
Hemphill Statement of Facts
Hemphill Plea Agreement
Hemphill Statement of Offense.

Because it’s such a serious event in the history of our country, that I have to agree with the government’s recommendation in this case,” the judge said. “I believe there has to be a penalty when there is a serious offense like this.”

Like many other defendants who have been charged in connection with the siege, Hemphill posted videos to social media sites that showed her in Washington, D.C., in the days surrounding the insurrection and at the Capitol when it was happening.

In one video, she compared breaking windows at the federal building to actions protesters at the Idaho Statehouse had taken the previous year. In another, she said she avoided getting into trouble after being found inside the Capitol by telling police that she became lost after being pushed into the building by the crowd. The videos were later removed.

Sometimes when I see those videos I want to give you the maximum,” Lamberth said. “Also, know you appear to me to be a sincere person who made a mistake. I can’t justify for anyone who ended up in your posture here to just walk away.”

Hemphill told the judge that she regrets everything she said and did on Jan. 6. She said she intended to record the protest but got caught up in the moment.

“It was as if I was at a football game cheering the team on from the stands,” Hemphill said. “I never should have left the stands in the first place.”

But Prosecutor Sonia Mittal told the judge that Hemphill repeatedly told police at the Capitol that she needed help, then egged the crowd on and filmed the violence against police. She also lied to officers, claiming she was trying to calm the crowd and that she had been pushed into the Capitol by other rioters, the prosecutor said.

 A REPUBLICAN WROTE: "Joe Biden’s justice department is sending a 69 year old grandma with breast cancer to prison for 60 days for trespassing and entering the Capitol on January 6th. Shameful."

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