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Topic - Peter Cooper
Internet talk show host and rabble-rouser Adam Kokesh pleaded guilty Wednesday to firearms-related charges — assuring him immunity from any charges related to the attempted smuggling of a cellphone into the D.C. Jail.
A D.C. judge is considering a motion to release a jailed Internet talk show host who faces felony gun charges after a videotaped July Fourth stunt in which he is seen apparently loading a shotgun in the District's Freedom Plaza.
A D.C. judge on Monday ordered a conservative Internet talk show host held without bond after he was seen in a video loading a shotgun in the District's Freedom Plaza, a demonstration the defense called an example of political speech but one that the judge said made the host "a very dangerous man."
He said there was a "conflict" with the prior attorney but was unaware whether it was related to the cell phone incident.
Mr. Cooper noted his client seemed to get a more favorable reception from Judge Broderick on Tuesday than he had at a preliminary hearing — when Judge Frederick J. Sullivan called him "a very dangerous man."