ZERO Jail Time for Woman Who Plead Guilty to Racially-Motivated Torture of Disabled Man

ZERO Jail Time for Woman Who Plead Guilty to Racially-Motivated Torture of Disabled Man

In January, 19-year-old Brittany Covington and three of her cronies decided to showcase their mutual hatred of white people and President Trump on the internet.

Not content with merely writing a text rant, they kidnapped a white mentally disabled 18-year-old (in a stolen van), bound and gagged him, then tortured him for nearly half an hour -- live on Facebook:

Covington, along with her cohorts Jordan Hill, 19, as well as Tesfaye Cooper, 19, and older sister, Tanishia, 25, were all eventually arrested and charged.

Clearly these people had bright futures ahead of them.

Clearly these people had bright futures ahead of them.

Nearly a year later, Covington, who can be seen smoking what appears to be marijuana while choking the 18-year-old, gets the biggest break of her entire life. Simultaneously, the family of the tortured victim was robbed of justice.

From the Chicago Tribune:

A Chicago woman who live-streamed video of the racially charged beating of a teen with mental disabilities pleaded guilty Friday to a hate crime and was sentenced to four years of probation.

Brittany Covington, 19, has been in custody since her arrest in January.

Calling the incident “horrific,” Cook County Circuit Judge William Hooks banned Covington from social media over the four years, prohibited her from contact with two of her co-defendants and ordered her to do 200 hours of community service.

Hooks told Covington he could have imposed a prison sentence but added, “I’m not sure if I did that you’d be coming out any better.”

Hooks said he hoped the strict terms of probation would put Covington on a more productive life path, but he warned she would face prison time if she violated any of the restrictions.

“Do not mess this up,” Hooks told Covington, who stood quietly in a blue jail uniform with her hands clasped behind her back.

The 19-year-old also pleaded guilty to aggravated battery and intimidation charges. As part of a plea deal, prosecutors dropped additional charges, including kidnapping.

"Do not mess this up.

That's all a representative of our criminal justice system can say as he hands down a ridiculously light sentence to a woman who has a long rich history of vulgar, anti-social behavior:

One question remains -- would the outcome be the same if the race roles were reversed?

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