R Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in prison
R&B singerR Kellywas sentenced to 30 years in prison Jail after being convicted ofsex traffickingand assault in federal court last year.
A shameful singer who appeared in court on Wednesday, when she heard from some of the whistleblowers who made statements about the impact on the victims who talked about her experience with her singer. Keeped silence.
The prosecutor has asked R Kelly to receive it behind the bar for over 25 years in order to "protect the masses" from the "I Believe I Can Fly" singer. He was convicted of nine charges last September. This includes 1 squirrel and 8 violations of the Mann Act.
Gloria Allred, on behalf of the three women who testified to R Kelly, told reporters that "the harm done to these victims cannot be undone." , His lawyer denied this.
The Deputy Associate Director of the Department of Homeland Security (HSI), who announced Kelly's decision, described the singer as "young and vulnerable by using his wealth and fame to hang promises of fame and good luck. Called "a prolific serial predator who preys on" and stardom for his own sexual satisfaction.
' R. Kelly used his fame, fortune, and enabler to prey on young, vulnerable, voiceless people, "says the lawyer. Steve K. Acting Executive Associate Director of the Department of Homeland Security (HSI). Along with Francis, Wednesday's sentence stated that the singer "used his fame, fortune, and enabler to prey on young people."
Read his full text while publishing the sentence here:
“R. Kelly is his Using fame, fortune, and enablers, he preyed on young, vulnerable, and silent people for his own sexual satisfaction, but many were blinded.
"Through his actions, Kelly coldly ignores the devastation his crimes have caused to his victims and shows no regrets for his actions. Today's decision. So he was finally and properly blamed for his decades of abuse, exploitation, and the corruption of teenagers and other vulnerable youth. Today's ruling bravely testifies in court. We hope to bring some comfort and closure to the victims, including those who have, deserve their voice and serve as a long-standing recognition that their lives are important. "
In the eastern part of New York US lawyer Breonpeace (C) is a former R&B singer R. After Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in prison, he attends a press conference outside the US court. He was put in jail on June 29, 2022, after being convicted last year of federal racket and sex trafficking in the Brooklyn district of New York, NY, USA.
R Kelly's Conviction: What You Need to Know
R&B Singer R Kelly, 55, was in a Brooklyn Federal Court prison on Wednesday, June 29th.
After the prosecutor demanded $ 50,000 to $ 250,000, US district judge Ann Donnelly also slapped Kelly with a fine of $ 100,000.
IndependentGraeme Massietalks about the singer's conviction and the prison time he faced. Explaining.
The "ignition" singer was sentenced to 30 years in prison on June 29.
'30 years he did this, and Thirty years is what he got. The victim played the piper of "R&B" using the pseudonym "Angela" and detailed his "sad, unexplained" abuse in her remarks.
"I stand here and am very proud of the judicial system, very proud of my fellow survivors, and very happy with the results.
"He did this for 30 years (how long) and 30 years he got," she later said in court. Said outside.
Kelly was convicted of sexual trafficking in September last year. After that, I was sentenced.
Kelly's conviction says, "He still has money and fame. If so, it's unlikely. According to journalists
Jim Delogatis, the first journalist to address R. Kelly's criminal charges in 2000, was guilty of ABC's RN breakfast if the singer still had money and fame. He said he would not be sentenced or sentenced.
"If he still had the money and fame that was at the pinnacle of power throughout the 90s, I don't know if he saw today's convictions or judgments in the 2000s. Until, "he said at the post-judgment RN breakfast.
"He broke. When he sang in the last song he released to the world, I'm a legend of a broken ass.
"Justice is often bought in the United States by money and fame, which happened in 2008 when he first tried to make child pornography."
DeRogatis broke the story about the infamous videotape that allegedly abused and urinated a 14-year-old girl.
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Kelly's sisters say the singer was treated "injustice"
R Kelly's father's The two sisters from the side said the singer they believed was mistreated.
Lisa and Cassandra Kelly, who live in North Carolina, attended the decision on Wednesday.
"He's strong. He's going to stay strong. We're his sisters, we're going to stay behind him," Lisa Kelly said. Kelly told the insider.
"And that's right. We don't believe any of them."
In This court sketch, R Kelly and his lawyer Jennifer Bonjan, left appears during his hearing (Elizabeth Williams / PA)
R Kelly's lawyer said the singer wanted to speak in his judgment
Jennifer Jennifer Bonjan, R's lawyer Kelly, said the singer wanted to speak in court in his judgment, but she advised him to oppose it.
Talking to an out-of-court reporter, Ms. Bonjan said she didn't want him to talk while she filed an unsolved proceeding in Chicago and Minnesota. Said.
Other cases, including child pornography and similar allegations, will be brought to justice in the Chicago Federal Court in August, Business Insider reported.
"I promise, he wants to make a statement," Bonjan said.
"He speaks, but with the advice of a lawyer, he was silent."
Attorney Jennifer Bonjan leaves court after being sentenced Singer R for federal sex trafficking. Kelly's
R Kelly's lawyer says the victim "predated him"
Singer R Kelly's lawyer Steve Greenberg accuses the victim of "predating" the singer did.
Law&In an interview with crime, Greenberg said: And when they come to court now and say they are victims, they are simply intellectually dishonest.
R Kelly's victims are "spot-on" for 30 years in prison
Sonya, a victim of R. Kelly's abuse who testified in court, welcomed the singer's sentence.
In an interview with the post-judgmentLos Angeles Times, Sonya did not reveal her surname to protect her identity, she said. In a circle of singers for years who said they were threatened by people.
"I was followed and approached at a networking event," she said.
Every time she gets away from the person she's chatting with, she says she's "off the grid for a few days."
"30 years is perfect for me," she said.
"I have endured this for almost 20 years. I am very happy with the text. I am very happy."
R&B Singer R. Kelly's supporters will respond following the hearing of the decision held in the Federal Court of Justice in Brooklyn, New York on June 29, 2022.
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R Kelly Victims Say 30 Years Penalty "Not Enough"
R Kelly Victims The 30 years sentence given to the singer is welcome, but "not enough" There is no such thing. "
"I personally don't think it's enough, but I'm happy," said whistleblower Rizet Martinez.
Another victim, Giovante Cunningham, who first met Kelly at the age of 14, said his abuse spanned 30 years and "30 years was what he got." Said.
"I never really believed in my life that a judicial system would be realized for black and brown girls," Ms. Cunningham said out of court. I mentioned in.
Kelly's former backup dancer, Cunningham, added that she felt "absolutely" crying and "overwhelmed" when the decision was made. rice field.
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R Kelly is a "prolific continuous predator" who preyed on "young and vulnerable"
Steve K Francis, Deputy Executive Associate Director of the Land Security Survey (HSI), who announced the decision of R. Kelly, calls the singer a "prolific serial predator."
"Robert Kelly takes advantage of his wealth and fame by hanging the promise of fame, luck, and stardom for his own sexual satisfaction. Kelly and his co-conspirators have silenced victims through bribes, intimidation, blackmail, and physical violence for nearly 30 years, and they are affected by justice. I was convinced that it wasn't, "Francis said.
"Today's ruling is a victory for the survivors of Kelly's abuse, even though these brave women and men threaten their own safety. Instead, I was forced to go forward, relive the pain of the most tragic days of my life, tell the truth, and hear my voice. "