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The founder of the Memphis Black Lives Matter chapter was sentenced to prison for six years for illegally registering to vote.
The founder of the Black Lives Matter chapter in Memphis has been sentenced to prison for six years for illegally registering to vote in Tennessee, prosecutors said.
Pamela Moses, the 44-year-old activist, was ordered to spend six years and one day behind bars Monday for registering to vote despite felony convictions in 2015 that made her ineligible to do so, Shelby County District Attorney General. Amy Weirich said.
In handing down the sentence, Judge Michael Ward accused her of deceiving the probation department to obtain the right to vote,
“You tricked the probation department into giving you documents saying you were off probation,” Ward said in court, the Washington Post reported.
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