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Topic - Algenon L. Marbley
A former Columbus Urban League official has been sentenced to more than three years in prison for fraud and identity theft.
"Joe the Plumber" has lost his fight against the state of Ohio in a decision his attorney called a "frightening" green light for government officials to snoop into people's private information.
"People like you come along and give people hope, and then take it away because it's convenient for you," Marbley said. "I want you to think about the people who were victimized, who more often than not are forgotten."
Judge Marbley said Mr. Wurzelbacher's claim of emotional distress, embarrassment, and harassment "did not meet the constitutional threshold required to state a claim for First Amendment retaliation."