Letter to Judge Juan Merchan

Here's a letter I wrote to Judge Juan Merchan to encourage a harsh prison sentence for Convicted Felon Trump. I don't know that it will matter, but judges to sometimes take victim impact statements into consideration in sentencing.

Honorable Judge Juan Merchan

New York Supreme Court

100 Centre Street

New York, NY 10013

Dear Judge Merchan,

I am writing to you as a concerned citizen and as one of the 300+ million victims of the fraud perpetrated by Donald J. Trump which he was just found guilty of in The People vs. Donald J. Trump. As a voter, I trusted that the individuals seeking public office would uphold the integrity and values expected of our leaders. The actions taken by Mr. Trump, specifically the hush money payments to Stormy Daniels and the subsequent cover-up, have shattered that trust and caused immense harm to our democratic process.

The recent conviction of Mr. Trump for his involvement in these fraudulent activities has brought to light his blatant disregard for the law and the ethical standards expected of a public servant. His attempts to silence individuals who could expose his misconduct were not just an affront to the principles of justice but also an act of deception against the American electorate.

Throughout the trial, Mr. Trump's behavior has been nothing short of contemptuous. He repeatedly violated the gag order imposed by the court, attempting to intimidate jurors and undermine the judicial process. His lack of remorse and persistent efforts to manipulate and distort the truth demonstrate a clear and present danger to the rule of law and the integrity of our elections.

As a judge, you have the responsibility to ensure that justice is served and that the sentence handed down reflects the severity of the crimes committed. Mr. Trump's actions were not isolated incidents but part of a pattern of deceit and manipulation. His continued lack of accountability and likelihood to re-offend pose a significant threat to the public trust and the foundations of our democracy.

I urge you to consider the profound impact of Mr. Trump's actions on voters like myself who have been defrauded and disillusioned by his conduct. A harsh prison sentence is necessary not only to hold him accountable but also to send a clear message that such behavior will not be tolerated. It is crucial that justice is seen to be done to restore faith in our judicial system and to deter similar misconduct in the future.

Thank you for your consideration.


Zeb Haradon

June 1st, 2024


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