Suspect Accused of Spraying DC Neighborhood with Gunfire Released on Bail

Lloyd U. Nolan, Jr., a magistrate judge on the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, ordered that 18-year-old Amonte Moody be released from custody before his trial despite charges he sprayed a D.C. neighborhood with gunfire.

A Washington, D.C., judge who released on bail a teenager accused of firing over two dozen rounds at a car full of people along a busy street has a social media presence filled with progressive activism and a financial link to progressive mega donor George Soros.

Lloyd U. Nolan, Jr., a magistrate judge on the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, is in the spotlight this week after he ordered that 18-year-old Amonte Moody be released from custody before his trial despite accusations he sprayed a D.C. neighborhood with shots from an AR-15 while targeting a car carrying four people, Fox News reports.

Nolan concluded that Moody, who was charged with endangerment with a firearm, possession of a weapon and assault, was not a threat to the community and approved a request to release him on house arrest with a GPS monitor on May 3, WJLA-TV reported.

Nolan’s online presence includes examples of progressive activism, including a post boasting about being "woke," a post promoting Black Lives Matter and a post showing he donated to a fundraiser supporting a professor with ties to George Soros.


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