What is the risk versus reward of turning himself in? Even if he was set up, or completely innocent, he risks a guilty verdict and up to 20 years in prison. The best he can hope for is spending six figures and months to prove his innocence beyond a reasonable doubt, with no chance of recovering either from his accuser or the prosecutor. There's no way he can play the game by their rules and win.Jusme wrote: ↑Fri Sep 21, 2018 5:17 pmHe should have enough, money, to hire a lawyer, have the lawyer arrange for a meeting at an airport, and turn himself in to be booked, and bonded out. He can then let it play out in court. If the story, is true, whether, a set up or not, I don't think, a conspiracy theory, will be much of a defense. JMHO
He knows this. How much time and money did he spending fighting the government to defend his first and second amendment rights to publish and sell his gun plans? Then, after winning, he gets slapped with an injunction to prevent him from doing what he just won the right to do. Based on how the courts have treated him, why should he trust them this time? Maybe the smart thing is to make like mint jelly and go on the lam.