Drug dealer whose sentence was commuted by Obama is back behind bars

Posted by on Feb 07, 2017 at 8:00 am

A Texas man whose life sentence on drug charges was commuted by former President Obama is back behind bars after cops caught him with more than two pounds of cocaine following a high-speed chase, according to a report.

Robert M. Gill, 68, had been imprisoned in 1990 for for cocaine and heroin distribution before Obama set him free along with other non-violent federal inmates in 2015, the San Antonio Express News reported.

During his eight years in office, Obama commuted 1,715 prison sentences, more than any other president.

Last Thursday, according to federal court papers, Gill met with his probation officers and then went to the parking lot of a food market to buy more than 2 pounds of cocaine.

Gill met a person who gave him a black backpack that he placed in his vehicle, and a sheriff’s deputy in an unmarked car tried to stop him, the affidavit said.

But Gill took off and after a high-speed chase collided with another vehicle where deputies were able to disable his car.

Officers found the cocaine in the backpack and put him under arrest, the affidavit said.

Gill “related that he was going to sell the cocaine to make money and would be paying a female $26,000 for the cocaine,” the affidavit said.

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One Response to “Drug dealer whose sentence was commuted by Obama is back behind bars”

  1. Burko Nagronski on 8/08/17 at 1:23 pm

    Comrade Dear Chairman Chicago Jesus Messiah was only trying to boost the democrat voter pool.
    I guess they didn’t like Granny Cankles enough to vote?
    Or the state they reside in is one of those racist rube 1950s Leave It To Beaver states that doesn’t allow felons to vote.
    Those redneck flyover states need to be more progressive and forward thinking and print up the ballots in seven different foreign languages.
    The honor system is the best way to determine if people are who they say they are. (not really)