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Breitbart: D'Souza Opens Up About Sentencing, Career

D’Souza spoke with Breitbart News about his court sentencing, offered some words of advice and a new strategy for the Republican Party.

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Glenn Beck: Is This Obama's First Political Prisoner?

“He he was only prosecuted, they only found this stuff, because they were going through everything to stop him.”

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WND: Obama Nemesis D'Souza Learns Punishment

Dinesh D’Souza was sentenced Tuesday to eight months in a work-release center during five years of probation, weekly community service, and a $30,000 fine.

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Newsmax: Experts Slam D'Souza Sentence

Legal experts slammed the sentence of probation with eight months of confinement imposed on D’Souza for federal campaign finance violations.

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VIDEO: D'Souza Speaks Out About Sentencing

WATCH: “The federal government was trying to lock me up for between 10 and 16 months, and a federal judge said ‘no.’”

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D'Souza Sentenced to Probation, No Jail Time

Dinesh’s reply brief shows the tactics of the prosecution.

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Townhall: Prosecutors Misled Judge in Pursuit of Prison For D'Souza

In a reply sentencing memo submitted to the Court on behalf of D’Souza last week, his counsel argues federal prosecutors excluded and misrepresented the facts of “similar” cases in the Government’s sentencing proposal to Judge Berman.

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Washington Free Beacon: The Hillary Letters

Correspondences Hillary Clinton and Saul Alinsky reveal new details about her relationship with the controversial Chicago activist and shed light on her early ideological development.

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Dinesh Opens Up to "New Republic" in Revealing Interview

D’Souza reflects on how he turned himself into a multi-platform provocateur.

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Business Insider: The US Threatened To Prosecute Families Of The 2 Murdered Americans If They Paid A Ransom To ISIS

The families of murdered American journalists Jim Foley and Steven Sotloff are speaking out against the US government for making their efforts to free their loved ones a “helpless” endeavor.