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Hillary Hecklers Face Jail No Bail Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Tue, May 13, 2014, 09:53 PM

"Thou shalt not mock Hillary Clinton." Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is taking a firm stand against her Benghazi hecklers. A woman, who had thrown a shoe at Hillary, remains locked up in a maximum security prison in Nevada while in solitary confinement. She was refused bail, and could face up to two years confined to a federal detention center and would have an ankle bracelet placed on her to monitor her activities for the rest of her life.

According to Huffington Post, "A Phoenix woman accused of throwing a shoe at Hillary Rodham Clinton during a speech in Las Vegas remains in federal custody after pleading not guilty to two criminal charges. Alison Ernst, 36, entered the pleas to misdemeanor counts of trespassing and violence against a person during her arraignment late Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Las Vegas."

Hillary Hecklers have been deemed a "danger to the community," according to US Magistrate Judge Cam Fehrenbach.

As reported by Huffington Post, "U.S. Magistrate Judge Cam Ferenbach then granted the government's request to keep Ernst in federal custody, saying she was a flight risk and danger to the community. She is being held at a jail operated by a federal contractor in Pahrump, 63 miles west of Las Vegas."

Ms. Ernst is learning the hard way that Hillary Clinton does not tolerate dissent.

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