Obama’s Pardoned Drug Dealer Is Summarily Executed In Michigan

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Demarlan Thomas
Demarlan Thomas

Damarlon Thomas’s 19-year sentence for cocaine dealing was commuted by two months in former president Obama’s program of releasing drug dealers and terrorists. This was after it had been commuted by 8 years on appeal. In Thomas’s case, he was safer in jail than he was in the halfway house.

The 31-year old was convicted in 2008 and was given a 19-year sentence after he and four of his mobster pals pled down. He later appealed and that led to a commutation of the sentence to 8 years. Obama obviously agreed with the appeals court and went even further. Thomas said he was only a “small time dealer” but law enforcement said that wasn’t the case.

As it turns out, he was important enough to seek out and execute.

Armed executioners entered the halfway house he was in, held occupants at gunpoint as they searched for Thomas. When they found him, they shot him multiple times, execution-style.

The alleged former gang member, was released with 78 others in November. On the day of his murder, he was living in a federal halfway house in Saginaw, Michigan.

The masked gunmen entered the low-security facility around 9:30 pm armed with assault rifles. One gunman rounded up some occupants, holding them at gunpoint, while the other shot Thomas several times, once in the head.

The gunmen left the others unharmed and fled.

The police have not released any information on who the killers are nor is there evidence they have leads.

Thomas was arrested in 2008 as part of a federal investigation into Saginaw’s Sunny Side Gang called “Operation Sunset.” Thomas was among the former gang members to enter a guilty plea, admitting to distributing five or more grams of cocaine. That plea was pled down (they pled guilty to possession of 5 grams of cocaine but were dealing 15 grams). He was given 19 years behind bars in Elkton Federal Correctional Institution in Lisbon, Ohio.

The former high school football player was his mother’s only child, was athletic in high school, and said he wanted to do the right thing — that’s why he was let out 8 years early.

Thomas said he was small time, however, he was targeted by the mob.

It appears he wasn’t such a small time criminal after all.


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