â€œSchindlerâ€™s Listâ€ producer Gerald Molen, who is working on a new film with conservative author Dinesh Dâ€™Souza, says he will be watching for a federal court to deliver justice when a sentencing hearing is held in the fall on Dâ€™Souzaâ€™s violation of campaign laws.
Dâ€™Souza on Tuesday pleaded guilty to one part of a federal indictment in a plea bargain that had prosecutors give up on the worst counts. He will be sentenced in September.
There have been claims the case was a politically charged prosecution from the outset. Molen said he will be among those watching to make sure politics donâ€™t influence the sentencing.
Molen issued a statement after Dâ€™Souzaâ€™s court hearing Tuesday.
â€œThis administration doesnâ€™t see its opponents as dissenters but as enemies, and if they canâ€™t refute you, they try to lock you up,â€ he said.
â€œNormally these types of offenses are resolved with fines or community service. I and the American people will be watching closely to make sure that justice is done in the sentencing portion.â€
In January, Molenâ€™s response to Dâ€™Souzaâ€™s indictment also was blunt.
â€œWhen Dinesh Dâ€™Souza can be prosecuted for making a movie, every American should ask themselves one question: â€˜What will I do to preserve the First Amendment?â€™â€ Molen, the producer of â€œ2016: Obamaâ€™s America,â€ told WND at the time.”
by Jerome R. Corsi
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