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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

EASTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS

SHERMAN DIVISION

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THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

] CASE NO. 4:12CR155

VS.

ANSON CHI

] 10:30 AM, JUNE 3, 2013

] PLANO, TEXAS

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REPORTER'S TRANSCRIPT OF PLEA HEARING

VOLUME 1 OF 1, PAGES 1 THROUGH 32

CONCORDANCE, PAGE 28

THE HONORABLE RICHARD SCHELL, U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE, PRESIDING

PROCEEDINGS REPORTED IN REALTIME USING COMPUTERIZED STENOTYPE,

TRANSCRIPT PRODUCED USING COMPUTER-AIDED TRANSCRIPTION.

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[COURT REPORTER'S NOTES 20130603S, 10:30 AM, MONDAY,

JUNE 3, 2013, PLANO, TEXAS, U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE RICHARD SCHELL

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PRESIDING]

APPEARANCES:

FOR THE GOVERNMENT:

ANDREW STOVER

FOR THE DEFENDANT:

ASSISTANT U.S. ATTORNEY

101 EAST PARK BOULEVARD, SUITE 500

PLANO, TEXAS 75074

972-509-1201

BROOK BUSBEE

ATTORNEY AT LAW

703 MCKINNEY, SUITE 312

DALLAS, TEXAS 75202

214-754-9090

AND

SMINU PETER

ATTORNEY AT LAW

811 S. CENTRAL EXPRESSWAY #442

RICHARDSON, TEXAS 75080

214-570-4944

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THE COURT: THE NEXT CASE IS THE CASE OF THE UNITED

STATES VERSUS ANSON CHI, CAUSE NUMBER 4:12CR155.

ANDREW STOVER FOR THE GOVERNMENT, AND DEFENSE

COUNSEL BROOK BUSBEE AND SMINU PETER FOR ANSON CHI.

THE COURT HAS BEEN GIVEN A PLEA AGREEMENT THAT IS

SIGNED BY COUNSEL FOR THE GOVERNMENT AS WELL AS COUNSEL FOR

MR. CHI AND BY MR. CHI HIMSELF.

MR. CHI, WOULD YOU RAISE YOUR RIGHT HAND, PLEASE.

DEPUTY COURT CLERK: DO YOU SWEAR THAT THE TESTIMONY

YOU SHALL GIVE IN THE CASE NOW IN HEARING SHALL BE THE TRUTH,

THE WHOLE TRUTH, AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH, SO HELP YOU GOD?

THE DEFENDANT: YES, I DO.

THE COURT: THANK YOU, MR. STOVER.

MR. STOVER: THANK YOU, YOUR HONOR.

THE COURT:

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A.

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MR. CHI, WOULD YOU STATE YOUR FULL NAME, PLEASE.

MY FULL NAME IS ANSON CHI.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT YOU ARE NOW UNDER OATH AND IF

YOU SHOULD ANSWER FALSELY ANY OF THE QUESTIONS I'M ABOUT TO

ASK YOU YOUR ANSWERS COULD BE USED AGAINST YOU IN A SEPARATE

PROSECUTION, FOR PERJURY OR MAKING A FALSE STATEMENT?

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YES.

HOW FAR DID YOU GO IN SCHOOL?

POST-GRADUATE.

POST-GRADUATE?

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A.

THAT'S CORRECT. AS A BACHELOR--I HAVE A BACHELOR'S

DEGREE, BUT I'M GOING BACK TO SCHOOL. OR I WAS.

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OKAY. SO YOU HAVE A COLLEGE DEGREE?

YES, THAT'S CORRECT.

ALL RIGHT.

WHAT IS YOUR AGE?

34. 34.

34 YEARS OLD. ALL RIGHT.

HAVE YOU BEEN TREATED RECENTLY FOR ANY MENTAL

ILLNESS OR ADDICTION TO NARCOTIC DRUGS?

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NO.

ARE YOU CURRENTLY UNDER THE CARE OF A DOCTOR OR

PSYCHOLOGIST FOR ANY KIND OF PSYCHOLOGICAL OR MENTAL ILLNESS?

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NO, I AM NOT.

ARE YOU TODAY UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ANY DRUG OR

MEDICATION OR ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE?

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NO.

HAVE YOU RECEIVED A COPY OF THE INDICTMENT IN THIS CASE?

YES, I HAVE.

MR. STOVER: IF I MAY, YOUR HONOR, HE'S PLEADING

TO THE SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT. I HAVE AN EXTRA COPY OF THE

INDICTMENT, IF THE COURT OR MR. CHI NEEDS ONE.

THE COURT: THAT WOULD BE GREAT.

MS. BUSBEE: WE HAVE A COPY, YOUR HONOR.

THE COURT: ALL RIGHT.

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Q.

MR. CHI, DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT IN COUNT 1 OF THE

SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT, FILED FEBRUARY 14TH, 2013, THAT YOU

ARE ACCUSED OF THE OFFENSE OF POSSESSION OF A FIREARM NOT

REGISTERED IN THE NATIONAL FIREARMS REGISTRATION AND TRANSFER

RECORD?

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YES.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND SPECIFICALLY IT'S ALLEGED THAT ON OR

ABOUT JUNE 18TH, 2012, IN THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS, THAT

YOU KNOWINGLY POSSESSED A FIREARM DESCRIBED AS A DESTRUCTIVE

DEVICE MANUFACTURED THROUGH THE USE OF CHEMICALS AND A

COMBINATION OF PARTS INTENDED FOR USE IN CONVERTING A READILY

ASSEMBLED EXPLOSIVE AND THIS WAS NOT REGISTERED TO YOU IN THE

NATIONAL FIREARMS REGISTRATION AND TRANSFER RECORD? DO YOU

UNDERSTAND THAT'S WHAT YOU ARE ACCUSED OF IN COUNT 1 OF THE

SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT?

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YES, I DO.

THERE ARE ALSO COUNTS 2 AND 3, BUT YOUR AGREEMENT IS TO

PLEAD TO COUNT 1, IS THAT CORRECT?

MR. STOVER: COUNT 1 AND COUNT 2 OF THE SUPERSEDING

INDICTMENT, YOUR HONOR.

THE COURT: I'M SORRY. OH, YES. OKAY.

Q.

COUNT 2 ACCUSES YOU OF MALICIOUSLY DAMAGING AND

DESTROYING OR ATTEMPTING TO DAMAGE AND DESTROY BY MEANS OF

FIRE AND BY MEANS OF AN EXPLOSIVE, PERSONAL PROPERTY, NAMELY,

AN ATMOS NATURAL-GAS PIPELINE USED IN INTERSTATE OR FOREIGN

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COMMERCE AND USED IN AND AFFECTING INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN

COMMERCE. THIS ALLEGEDLY OCCURRED ON OR ABOUT JUNE 18TH, 2012.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU ARE ACCUSED OF IN COUNT 2 OF THE

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SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT?

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YES, I DO.

THE COURT: OKAY.

NOW, IN RETURN FOR HIS PLEAS OF GUILTY TO COUNTS 1

AND 2, IS IT THE GOVERNMENT'S AGREEMENT TO DISMISS COUNT 3,

MR. STOVER?

MR. STOVER: THAT IS CORRECT, YOUR HONOR.

THE COURT:

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HAVE YOU DISCUSSED THESE CHARGES WITH YOUR ATTORNEYS

IN THIS CASE, MR. CHI?

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YES, I HAVE.

ARE YOU COMPLETELY SATISFIED WITH THE COUNSEL AND

ADVICE THAT THEY HAVE GIVEN YOU?

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YES.

DO YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT WHAT YOU ARE ACCUSED OF?

NO.

I HAVE A PLEA AGREEMENT THAT IS DATED TODAY, JUNE 3RD,

2013. IS THAT YOUR SIGNATURE ON THE PLEA AGREEMENT?

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YES, IT IS.

DID YOU READ THE PLEA AGREEMENT AND DISCUSS IT WITH

YOUR LAWYERS BEFORE YOU SIGNED IT?

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YES, I DID.

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Q.

ALL RIGHT. LET'S GO OVER IT. THE PLEA AGREEMENT

INFORMS THE COURT THAT YOU ARE ENTERING THIS PLEA UNDER FEDERAL

RULE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 11(C)(1)(C), WHICH ALLOWS YOU TO

AGREE WITH THE GOVERNMENT TO A PARTICULAR SENTENCE. IS THAT

YOUR AGREEMENT?

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YES.

PARAGRAPH 1 STATES THAT YOU UNDERSTAND YOU HAVE THE

RIGHT TO A TRIAL BY JURY; YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REPRESENTATION

OF COUNSEL AT THAT TRIAL; YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REQUIRE THE

GOVERNMENT TO PROVE ITS CASE AGAINST YOU BEYOND A REASONABLE

DOUBT; YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO CONFRONT AND CROSS-EXAMINE THE

GOVERNMENT'S WITNESSES AND TO PRESENT YOUR OWN WITNESSES; YOU

HAVE THE RIGHT TO SUBPOENA WITNESSES TO COMPEL THEIR APPEARANCE

AT TRIAL; AND YOU WOULD HAVE THE RIGHT TO TESTIFY YOURSELF OR

NOT TESTIFY, AS YOU CHOOSE. DO YOU UNDERSTAND THOSE RIGHTS?

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YES.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT IF YOU PLEAD GUILTY HERE YOU'LL

BE GIVING UP THOSE RIGHTS AND THERE WILL BE NO TRIAL IN YOUR

CASE?

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YES.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT THE RANGE OF PUNISHMENT FOR

COUNT 1 IN THE SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT IS IMPRISONMENT FOR A

TERM NOT TO EXCEED 10 YEARS, YOU COULD ALSO BE FINED AN AMOUNT

NOT TO EXCEED $250,000, YOU WOULD BE REQUIRED TO SERVE A

TERM OF SUPERVISED RELEASE OF NOT MORE THAN THREE YEARS AND,

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I ASSUME, NOT LESS THAN ONE YEAR?

IS THAT YOUR UNDERSTANDING, MR. STOVER? THIS

CHANGED SOME TIME AGO. IT USED TO BE TWO TO THREE. I THINK

IT'S ONE TO THREE NOW.

MR. STOVER: I BELIEVE YOU ARE CORRECT, YOUR HONOR,

YES, SIR.

THE COURT: OKAY.

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SO A TERM OF SUPERVISED RELEASE OF ONE TO THREE YEARS;

YOU WOULD ALSO BE REQUIRED TO PAY THE MANDATORY ASSESSMENT OF

$100 TO THE GOVERNMENT BEFORE SENTENCING; YOU COULD BE REQUIRED

TO FORFEIT ANY PROPERTY TRACEABLE TO THIS CRIME; YOU COULD BE

REQUIRED TO PAY RESTITUTION TO THE VICTIMS OR TO THE COMMUNITY;

AND YOU COULD BE REQUIRED TO PAY THE COSTS OF YOUR OWN

INCARCERATION AND SUPERVISION. DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT RANGE

OF PUNISHMENT FOR COUNT 1 OF THE SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT?

A.

IF I MAY ADDRESS THE COURT JUST BRIEFLY, ON THE

RESTITUTION, I'M INDIGENT. I KNOW AT THE SENTENCING HEARING

IS WHEN IT COMES UP AND WE DISCUSS THAT MATTER. I'M NOT REALLY

SURE ABOUT THE RESTITUTION. I KNOW I SIGNED A PLEA AGREEMENT

ALREADY. I DON'T WANT TO WASTE THE COURT'S TIME.

MR. STOVER: YOUR HONOR, AS YOU'LL ADVISE MR. CHI,

RESTITUTION WILL BE PROVED UP AT SENTENCING WHEN ATMOS IS ABLE

TO PRESENT EVIDENCE OF WHAT THE DAMAGE WAS AND HOW MUCH IT COST

THEM, IN WHICH CASE MR. CHI AND HIS COUNSEL WILL BE ABLE TO

EITHER ADD ADDITIONAL TESTIMONY TO ADDRESS THAT OR AGREE WITH

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IT, AND THEN THE COURT WILL MAKE A DECISION WHAT THE

RESTITUTION WILL BE.

THE DEFENDANT: THANK YOU.

THE COURT:

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PROBABLY, JUST READING BETWEEN THE LINES, IT DEPENDS

ON THE DAMAGE TO ATMOS ENERGY'S EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES.

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OKAY.

THE RANGE OF PUNISHMENT FOR COUNT 2 IS IMPRISONMENT FOR

A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED 20 YEARS; A FINE NOT TO EXCEED $250,000;

A TERM OF SUPERVISED RELEASE OF NOT MORE THAN THREE YEARS AND

NOT LESS THAN ONE YEAR; YOU WOULD ALSO BE REQUIRED TO PAY THE

SPECIAL ASSESSMENT OF $100 FOR THAT COUNT BEFORE SENTENCING;

AND, AS WITH COUNT 1, YOU COULD BE REQUIRED TO FORFEIT PROPERTY

TRACEABLE TO THE CRIME; YOU WOULD BE REQUIRED TO PAY RESTITUTION

TO THE VICTIMS OR TO THE COMMUNITY; AND THE COSTS OF YOUR

INCARCERATION AND SUPERVISION COULD ALSO BE IMPOSED. DO YOU

UNDERSTAND THAT RANGE OF PUNISHMENT FOR COUNT 2?

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THERE IS ONE THING I DON'T UNDERSTAND. IT'S A SLIGHT

ISSUE. IN REGARDS TO SUPERVISED RELEASE, IS THAT CONCURRENT

OR IS THAT STACKED CONSECUTIVELY? IN OTHER WORDS, IS IT THREE

YEARS?

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USUALLY SUPERVISED RELEASE RUNS CONCURRENTLY.

OKAY. I APPRECIATE THE ANSWER.

IT WOULD BE UNUSUAL TO RUN THEM CONSECUTIVELY.

OKAY. THANK YOU FOR THE--

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SOMETIMES PRISON TIME RUNS CONSECUTIVELY, BUT NOT

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THANK YOU.

ALL RIGHT.

PARAGRAPH 4 STATES THAT YOU HAVE REACHED AN AGREEMENT

WITH THE U.S. ATTORNEY'S OFFICE UNDER RULE 11(C)(1)(C) AND THAT

YOUR AGREEMENT IS THAT YOU WILL SERVE A TERM OF IMPRISONMENT

FOR A PERIOD OF TWO YEARS AS TO COUNT 1 OF THE SUPERSEDING

INDICTMENT; AND, FURTHER, THAT YOU WILL SERVE A TERM OF

IMPRISONMENT FOR A PERIOD OF 20 YEARS AS TO COUNT 2 OF THE

SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT; THE TERMS OF IMPRISONMENT FOR EACH

COUNT WILL RUN CONSECUTIVE TO EACH OTHER FOR A TOTAL TERM OF

IMPRISONMENT OF 22 YEARS. IS THAT YOUR AGREEMENT WITH THE

GOVERNMENT?

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YES, THAT IS MY AGREEMENT.

THE 11(C)(1)(C) AGREEMENT ALSO STATES THAT YOU WILL

PAY THE MANDATORY SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS TOTALING $200 PRIOR TO

SENTENCING AND THAT YOU WILL PAY RESTITUTION AS ORDERED BY THE

COURT UNDER PARAGRAPH 5 OF THIS PLEA AGREEMENT. IS THAT ALSO

PART OF YOUR 11(C)(1)(C) PLEA AGREEMENT?

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YES.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT THE COURT MAY ACCEPT OR DECLINE

THIS PLEA AGREEMENT?

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YES, I DO.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT THE COURT WILL ACCEPT YOUR PLEA

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TODAY AND FIND YOU GUILTY, BUT WILL WITHHOLD DECISION ON THE

11(C)(1)(C) PLEA AGREEMENT UNTIL THE COURT SEES THE PRESENTENCE

REPORT?

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YES, I UNDERSTAND.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT IF THE COURT DOES NOT ACCEPT

YOUR 11(C)(1)(C) PLEA AGREEMENT, YOU CAN WITHDRAW YOUR PLEA OF

GUILTY?

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YES.

OKAY.

NOW, PARAGRAPH 5 IS ON RESTITUTION AND IT STATES

THAT YOU UNDERSTAND YOU MAY BE ORDERED TO PAY RESTITUTION.

YOU'VE ALSO AGREED THAT THE RESTITUTION IN THIS CASE IS

NOT LIMITED TO THE OFFENSE OF CONVICTION AND MAY INCLUDE

RESTITUTION FOR ALL LOSSES CAUSED BY YOUR CONDUCT EVEN IF

SUCH LOSSES RESULTED FROM CRIMES NOT CHARGED OR ADMITTED

BY YOU IN THE FACTUAL STATEMENT. IS THAT YOUR AGREEMENT?

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YES.

PARAGRAPH 6 STATES THAT YOU HAVE AGREED TO COOPERATE

WITH THE GOVERNMENT BY GIVING COMPLETE AND TRUTHFUL INFORMATION

AND TESTIMONY, IF REQUESTED, CONCERNING YOUR PARTICIPATION IN

THIS OFFENSE AND YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF THE CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES OF

OTHER PERSONS.

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IS THAT YOUR AGREEMENT?

YES, THAT IS MY AGREEMENT.

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HAVE YOU AGREED TO SUBMIT A PERSONAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT

UNDER OATH TO THE GOVERNMENT AND TO THE U.S. PROBATION OFFICE

PROMPTLY?

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YES. HOWEVER, I PERSONALLY CAN'T DO IT. I'M IN JAIL.

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OUT?

THE COURT: OKAY.

MS. BUSBEE, YOU WILL ASSIST MR. CHI IN FILLING THAT

MS. BUSBEE: I WILL, YOUR HONOR.

THE COURT: ALL RIGHT.

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PARAGRAPH 7 BASICALLY INFORMS YOU AND INFORMS THE COURT

THAT AFTER YOUR SENTENCING THE GOVERNMENT WILL DISMISS ANY

REMAINING CHARGES AGAINST YOU, AND I ASSUME THAT WOULD BE COUNT

3 OF THE SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT. IS THAT YOUR UNDERSTANDING?

A.

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YES.

ALL RIGHT.

PARAGRAPH 8 INFORMS YOU THAT SHOULD YOU VIOLATE ANY

TERM OF THIS PLEA AGREEMENT, THE GOVERNMENT WILL BE FREE FROM

ITS OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE PLEA AGREEMENT AND MAY PROSECUTE YOU

FOR ALL OFFENSES OF WHICH IT HAS KNOWLEDGE. DO YOU UNDERSTAND

THAT?

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IF I MAY ASK ONE QUICK QUESTION, IT'S AGAIN ABOUT

RESTITUTION. I AM INDIGENT. IF I AM ORDERED TO PAY RESTITUTION,

WHICH I UNDERSTAND AS PART OF THE PLEA AGREEMENT THAT I MAY BE

REQUIRED TO DO THAT, IF I DON'T PAY, THEN DOES THAT MEAN THAT

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THE PLEA OFFER GETS WITHDRAWN BY THE GOVERNMENT BECAUSE I'M

INDIGENT?

Q.

A.

WELL, IF YOU DON'T PAY TO THE BEST OF YOUR ABILITY.

OH, TO THE BEST OF MY ABILITY. OKAY. SO, FOR EXAMPLE,

IF THE COURT ORDERS ME TO PAY $50,000, AND I DON'T HAVE $50,000,

THAT WOULD VIOLATE--TECHNICALLY VIOLATE THE PLEA AGREEMENT?

Q.

WELL, THE WAY IT WOULD WORK IS, ONCE I RECEIVE THE

PRESENTENCE REPORT AND YOU GET A COPY AND MR. STOVER RECEIVES

A COPY, THEN I'LL SET YOUR CASE FOR SENTENCING. AT THAT POINT,

I'LL ORDER WHATEVER RESTITUTION IS APPROPRIATE. YOU WOULD THEN

HAVE BEEN SENTENCED, AND YOU WILL BE REMANDED TO CUSTODY, AND

THEN A PRISON FACILITY WILL BE DESIGNATED FOR YOU. YOU WILL

HAVE TO PAY RESTITUTION TO THE BEST OF YOUR ABILITY. NOW,

UNDER THIS PLEA AGREEMENT, YOU WILL BE IN PRISON. SO I'LL

PROBABLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU PARTICIPATE IN THE INMATE FINANCIAL

RESPONSIBILITY PROGRAM, WHICH GIVES YOU THE OPTION--IF IT'S

AVAILABLE, DEPENDING ON THE INSTITUTION THAT YOU ARE DESIGNATED

TO, GIVES YOU THE OPTION TO WORK WHILE YOU ARE IN PRISON.

AND YOU WOULD THEN NEED TO USE YOUR EARNINGS TO BEGIN PAYING

RESTITUTION. BUT IF AT ANY TIME YOU ARE NOT PAYING RESTITUTION,

WHETHER YOU ARE IN PRISON OR WHETHER, LATER, YOU HAVE BEEN

RELEASED FROM PRISON, AFTER YOU SERVE YOUR SENTENCE, AND

THEN YOU GET A JOB AND START WORKING--IF YOU ARE NOT PAYING

RESTITUTION TO THE BEST OF YOUR ABILITY EITHER IN PRISON OR

WHILE YOU ARE ON SUPERVISED RELEASE, THEN YOUR SUPERVISED

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RELEASE LATER ON COULD BE REVOKED AND YOU COULD BE SENT BACK

TO PRISON. SO YOU HAVE TO PAY TO THE BEST OF YOUR ABILITY.

A.

OKAY. THAT WAS MY ONLY QUESTION. JUST TO THE BEST

OF MY ABILITY. BECAUSE, AGAIN, I'M INDIGENT. AND SO I DON'T

WANT THAT AS A TECHNICALITY. SO THANK YOU FOR THE EXPLANATION.

Q.

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Q.

OKAY.

ARE YOU PLEADING GUILTY FREELY AND VOLUNTARILY?

YES, I AM.

HAS ANYONE ATTEMPTED TO FORCE YOU OR THREATEN YOU TO

GET YOU TO PLEAD GUILTY?

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Q.

NO.

ARE YOU PLEADING GUILTY BECAUSE YOU ARE GUILTY AND FOR

NO OTHER REASON?

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Q.

YES.

IS IT YOUR AGREEMENT TO GIVE UP YOUR RIGHT TO APPEAL

YOUR CONVICTION AND SENTENCE IN THIS CASE EXCEPT THAT YOU ARE

RESERVING THE RIGHT TO APPEAL ANY SENTENCE THAT THE COURT MIGHT

IMPOSE THAT EXCEEDS THE STATUTORY MAXIMUM AND ANY CLAIM YOU

MAY HAVE OF INEFFECTIVE ASSISTANCE OF COUNSEL THAT AFFECTS

THE VALIDITY OF YOUR WAIVER OF RIGHT TO APPEAL?

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YES.

ARE YOU ALSO, UNDER PARAGRAPH 11, GIVING UP WHATEVER

RIGHT YOU MAY HAVE TO REQUEST ANY RECORDS FROM ANY DEPARTMENT

OR AGENCY OF THE UNITED STATES PERTAINING TO THIS INVESTIGATION

OR YOUR PROSECUTION IN THIS CASE?

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MAY I ADDRESS MY COUNSEL, PLEASE?

THE COURT: YES.

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THE COURT:

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SO IS IT YOUR AGREEMENT TO GIVE UP YOUR RIGHT TO

REQUEST ANY RECORDS OR PAPERS FROM ANY DEPARTMENT OR AGENCY OF

THE UNITED STATES PERTAINING TO THIS INVESTIGATION OF YOU AND

THE PROSECUTION OF YOU IN THIS CASE?

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Q.

YES.

ALL RIGHT.

AND, AGAIN, DO YOU FEEL THAT YOU HAVE THOROUGHLY

REVIEWED ALL LEGAL AND FACTUAL ASPECTS OF THIS CASE WITH YOUR

LAWYERS?

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Q.

YES.

AND YOU ARE FULLY SATISFIED WITH THE COUNSEL AND ADVICE

THAT THEY HAVE GIVEN YOU, IS THAT CORRECT?

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YES.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT THIS PLEA AGREEMENT IS BETWEEN

YOU AND THE U.S. ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT

OF TEXAS AND DOES NOT PROTECT YOU FROM ANY PROSECUTION BY

ANY OTHER PROSECUTING AUTHORITY?

A.

Q.

YES.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT NOTHING IN THIS PLEA AGREEMENT

RELEASES YOU FROM ANY CIVIL LIABILITY?

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YES.

IS THIS YOUR ENTIRE PLEA AGREEMENT?

YES.

ARE THERE ANY OTHER PROMISES OR REPRESENTATIONS FROM

THE GOVERNMENT THAT YOU ARE RELYING UPON OTHER THAN WHAT'S

CONTAINED IN WRITING IN THIS PLEA AGREEMENT?

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NO.

DO YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR PLEA AGREEMENT?

I DO, BUT NOT FOR THE COURT.

OKAY. ALL RIGHT.

WELL, NOW, IN A FEW MINUTES I'M GOING TO ASK YOU

HOW YOU WISH TO PLEAD, GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY. SO IF YOU HAVE

ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR PLEA AGREEMENT, DO YOU NEED TO CONSULT

WITH YOUR LAWYERS?

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NO.

OKAY. ALL RIGHT.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT THE OFFENSES TO WHICH YOU ARE

PLEADING GUILTY ARE FELONY OFFENSES?

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YES. CAN I ASK A QUESTION?

YES.

IS THERE A CLASSIFICATION, SUCH AS TEXAS F3, F2, F1?

IS IT ALL JUST ONE CATEGORY?

Q.

AS FAR AS I KNOW, UNDER FEDERAL LAW, IT'S EITHER

A FELONY OR IT'S NOT. I DON'T KNOW. THERE PROBABLY ARE

CLASSIFICATIONS.

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MR. STOVER: YOUR HONOR, THERE ARE, LIKE, A, B, C

AND D BASED ON THE LEVEL OF PUNISHMENT. I DON'T HAVE THE

STATUTE WITH ME, BUT THEY'RE ALL FELONIES, BUT THEY'RE JUST

CLASSIFIED WHETHER IT'S NOT MORE THAN FIVE YEARS, NOT MORE THAN

10 YEARS, NOT MORE THAN 20 YEARS AND, FOR INSTANCE, BANK FRAUD

IS IN ITS OWN SECTION BECAUSE THERE'S MANDATORY JAIL TIME FOR

THAT ONE. BUT THERE'S DIFFERENT LEVELS BASED ON--

THE COURT:

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IT DEPENDS ON THE TYPE OF OFFENSE. FOR EXAMPLE, DRUG

OFFENSES ARE USUALLY ZERO TO 20 OR 5 TO 40 OR 10 TO LIFE. BUT

IT VARIES DEPENDING ON THE TYPE OF OFFENSE.

A.

I UNDERSTAND. THE REASON I ASK IS SIMPLY BECAUSE IT

IS A MAXIMUM SENTENCE FOR COUNT 2 AND I'M NOT SURE IF THAT WILL

PUT ME AT A MAXIMUM-SECURITY LEVEL, MEANING I'D BE SENT TO AN

ADMINISTRATIVE MAXIMUM-SECURITY PRISON VERSUS ANOTHER PRISON.

Q.

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THAT'S UP TO THE BUREAU OF PRISONS. I CAN'T SAY.

OKAY.

I DON'T KNOW WHERE THEY WILL DESIGNATE YOU.

OKAY. THANK YOU.

BUT THE POINT I WANT YOU TO UNDERSTAND IS THAT YOU ARE

PLEADING GUILTY TO TWO FELONY OFFENSES. AS A RESULT OF YOUR

PLEAS OF GUILTY AND YOUR CONVICTION FOR THESE OFFENSES, DO

YOU UNDERSTAND THAT YOU COULD LOSE SOME VALUABLE CIVIL RIGHTS,

INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO HOLD PUBLIC OFFICE, TO SERVE ON A JURY,

TO POSSESS A FIREARM AND TO VOTE?

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A.

Q.

YES.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT THERE IS NO PAROLE OR EARLY

RELEASE IN THE FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM?

A.

Q.

YES, I UNDERSTAND.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT THE TERMS OF SUPERVISED RELEASE

FROM ONE TO THREE YEARS WOULD BE IN ADDITION TO THE PRISON

TIME THAT YOU'VE AGREED TO IN THIS PLEA AGREEMENT?

A.

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CAN YOU REPEAT THAT? I'M SORRY.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT THE TERMS OF SUPERVISED RELEASE

FOR EACH COUNT FROM ONE TO THREE YEARS WOULD BE IN ADDITION TO

THE PRISON TIME THAT YOU'VE AGREED TO IN THIS PLEA AGREEMENT?

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YES. SORRY.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT IF WHILE YOU ARE ON SUPERVISED

RELEASE YOU SHOULD VIOLATE ANY OF THE CONDITIONS OF RELEASE YOU

COULD BE RE-ARRESTED AND SENT BACK TO PRISON FOR THE FULL TERM

OF SUPERVISED RELEASE?

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YES.

OKAY.

AND FOR AN 11(C)(1)(C) PLEA AGREEMENT, IT'S NOT AS

IMPORTANT, BUT JUST SO I'LL KNOW, HAVE YOU DISCUSSED THE U.S.

SENTENCING GUIDELINES AND HOW THEY MAY APPLY TO YOU IN THIS

CASE WITH YOUR LAWYERS?

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YES, I HAVE.

OKAY.

AND DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT IF THIS CASE WERE TO GO

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TO TRIAL THAT UNDER COUNT 1 OF THE SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT

THE GOVERNMENT WOULD BE REQUIRED TO PROVE THAT YOU KNOWINGLY

POSSESSED A DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE MANUFACTURED THROUGH THE USE

OF CHEMICALS AND A COMBINATION OF PARTS INTENDED FOR USE IN

CONVERTING A READILY ASSEMBLED EXPLOSIVE, AND THAT THIS DEVICE

HAD NOT BEEN REGISTERED TO YOU IN THE NATIONAL FIREARMS

REGISTRATION AND TRANSFER RECORD, AND THIS IS ALLEGED TO HAVE

OCCURRED ON OR ABOUT JUNE 18TH, 2012? DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT

THE GOVERNMENT WOULD BE REQUIRED TO PROVE THAT AT A JURY TRIAL?

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AND FOR COUNT 2 OF THE SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT, THE

GOVERNMENT WOULD BE REQUIRED TO PROVE THAT ON OR ABOUT JUNE

18TH, 2012, AGAIN, IN THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS, THAT YOU

MALICIOUSLY DAMAGED AND DESTROYED OR ATTEMPTED TO DAMAGE AND

DESTROY BY MEANS OF FIRE AND AN EXPLOSIVE THE PERSONAL PROPERTY

OF ATMOS--I DON'T KNOW THE NAME OF THE COMPANY, BUT I'M

ASSUMING ATMOS ENERGY--

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THAT IS CORRECT.

--AND THAT THIS PERSONAL PROPERTY WAS A NATURAL-GAS

PIPELINE USED IN INTERSTATE OR FOREIGN COMMERCE AND USED IN

AN ACTIVITY AFFECTING INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE. DO YOU

UNDERSTAND THE GOVERNMENT WOULD HAVE TO PROVE THAT AT A TRIAL?

A.

YES.

THE COURT: OKAY.

MR. STOVER, DO YOU WANT TO PRESENT AN INDEPENDENT

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FACTUAL BASIS FOR THIS PLEA?

MR. STOVER: YES, YOUR HONOR.

Q.

AS THE COURT POINTED OUT, MR. CHI, AS TO COUNT 1, THE

GOVERNMENT WOULD HAVE TO PROVE YOU ILLEGALLY POSSESSED CERTAIN

KINDS OF UNREGISTERED FIREARMS OR DESTRUCTIVE DEVICES

MANUFACTURED THROUGH THE USE OF CHEMICALS OR A COMBINATION

OF PARTS INTENDED FOR USE IN CONVERTING A READILY ASSEMBLED

EXPLOSIVE. TO BE FOUND GUILTY OF THIS CRIME, WE WOULD HAVE TO

PROVE THE FOLLOWING FIVE ELEMENTS.

WHAT I'M GOING TO DO IS GO THROUGH EACH ELEMENT AND

EXPLAIN TO THE COURT FACTS WE WOULD OFFER IN SUPPORT OF EACH

ELEMENT TO PROVE YOU GUILTY BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT.

THE FIRST ELEMENT IS THAT YOU KNOWINGLY POSSESSED A

FIREARM, WHICH IS DEFINED AS A DEVICE MANUFACTURED FOR USE IN

THE STATUTE, THROUGH THE USE OF CHEMICALS AND A COMBINATION OF

PARTS INTENDED FOR CONVERTING A READILY ASSEMBLED EXPLOSIVE.

SO THE FIRST ELEMENT IS THAT YOU KNOWINGLY POSSESSED A FIREARM

UNDER THAT DEFINITION.

THE GOVERNMENT WOULD OFFER EVIDENCE THAT ON JUNE

THE 18TH, 2013 [SIC], IN THE CITY OF PLANO, IN COLLIN COUNTY,

TEXAS, WITHIN THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS, YOU DID, IN FACT,

POSSESS THAT EXPLOSIVE DEVICE AND DID, IN FACT, CAUSE THAT

DEVICE TO

BE EXPLODED IN THE--IN COLLIN COUNTY, IN THE CITY OF PLANO.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT?

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YES.

OKAY.

COUNT 2 [SIC] SAYS THAT THE FIREARM WAS A

DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE MANUFACTURED THROUGH THE USE OF CHEMICALS

AND A COMBINATION OF PARTS INTENDED FOR USE IN CONVERTING A

READILY ASSEMBLED EXPLOSIVE.

NOW, THE CHEMICALS HERE HAVE BEEN ANALYZED, AND

AS YOU UNDERSTAND, THEY WERE A COMBINATION OF CHEMICALS THAT

CREATED AN EXPLOSIVE DEVICE THROUGH CHEMICALS KNOWN AS METHYL

NITRATE, AND THAT YOU OBTAINED THESE CHEMICALS THAT WERE

NECESSARY TO MANUFACTURE THIS EXPLOSIVE AND DID COMBINE THESE

CHEMICALS FOR THE PURPOSE OF USE OF METHYL NITRATE AS AN

EXPLOSIVE DEVICE. IS THAT CORRECT?

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YES.

THIRD, THAT THE DEFENDANT KNEW OF THE CHARACTERISTICS

OF THE FIREARM, THAT IS, THAT IT WAS A DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE

MANUFACTURED THROUGH THE USE OF CHEMICALS AND A COMBINATION

OF PARTS INTENDED FOR USE IN CONVERTING READILY ASSEMBLED

EXPLOSIVES. IN THIS CASE, THE GOVERNMENT WOULD OFFER YOUR

STATEMENT AS WELL AS EVIDENCE THAT YOU RESEARCHED AND HAD

DOCUMENTS THROUGH EITHER THE INTERSTATE OR HARD COPIES OF THE

INGREDIENTS THAT WOULD BE NECESSARY TO ASSEMBLE AN EXPLOSIVE

DEVICE OF METHYL NITRATE, AND THAT YOU, IN FACT, USED THESE

DOCUMENTS AND CHEMICALS FOR THE PURPOSE OF CREATING THE

EXPLOSIVE DEVICE.

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YES.

OKAY.

FOURTH, THAT THE FIREARM WAS AND COULD READILY HAVE

BEEN PUT IN OPERATING CONDITION. THE GOVERNMENT WOULD OFFER

THAT ON JUNE 18TH, 2013 [SIC], YOU DID, IN FACT, IGNITE THAT

DEVICE--

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Q.

2012. SORRY. 2012.

THAT'S CORRECT, 2012. THAT YOU DID, IN FACT, IGNITE

THAT DEVICE, PROVING THAT IT WAS READILY AVAILABLE TO BE PUT

INTO OPERATING CONDITION.

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OKAY.

AND THE FIFTH ELEMENT IS THE FIREARM OR EXPLOSIVE

DEVICE WAS NOT REGISTERED TO THE DEFENDANT IN THE NATIONAL

FIREARMS REGISTRATION AND TRANSFER RECORD, AND IT DOES NOT

MATTER WHETHER OR NOT YOU KNEW THAT THE FIREARM WAS NOT

REGISTERED OR HAD TO BE REGISTERED, AND THE GOVERNMENT WOULD

PROFFER THAT AGENTS WITH THE ATF AND THE FBI CHECKED THE

REGISTRATION AND TRANSFER RECORD, AND MR. CHI'S NAME AND SOCIAL

SECURITY NUMBER AND OTHER IDENTIFIERS WERE NOT PRESENT IN THAT

REGISTRY.

YOU'VE HEARD THESE FACTS. ARE ALL THESE FACTS TRUE

AND CORRECT AS TO COUNT 1, MR. CHI?

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Q.

YES.

COUNT 2 CHARGES YOU WITH A VIOLATION OF 844(I), WHICH

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MAKES IT A CRIME FOR ANYONE TO ATTEMPT TO MALICIOUSLY DESTROY

OR DAMAGE BY FIRE OR EXPLOSIVE ANY BUILDING, VEHICLE OR

ANY OTHER REAL PROPERTY--REAL OR PERSONAL PROPERTY USED IN

INTERSTATE OR FOREIGN COMMERCE OR AFFECTING INTERSTATE OR

FOREIGN COMMERCE. SO I HAVE THREE ELEMENTS HERE THAT WE

WOULD HAVE TO PROVE IN ORDER TO ESTABLISH THAT VIOLATION.

FIRST--AND AGAIN, THE DEFINITION THAT WE'RE USING

OF "MALICIOUSLY" UNDER THE STATUTE IS AN ACT DONE INTENTIONALLY

OR WITH DISREGARD OF THE LIKELIHOOD THAT DAMAGE OR INJURY WOULD

RESULT. SO THE FIRST ELEMENT IS THAT THE DEFENDANT MALICIOUSLY

ATTEMPTED TO DAMAGE OR DESTROY A NATURAL-GAS PIPELINE DESCRIBED

IN THE INDICTMENT BY MEANS OF EXPLOSIVES. IN THIS CASE, THE

GOVERNMENT WOULD OFFER THAT YOU DID, IN FACT, USE THE EXPLOSIVE

DEVICE OF CHEMICALS OF METHYL NITRATE AND ATTACHED THEM TO THE

CHEMICAL PIPELINE OWNED BY ATMOS, NATURAL-GAS PIPELINE, AND

DID, IN FACT, IGNITE IT WITH INTENT TO DAMAGE THE PIPELINE.

IS THAT CORRECT?

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Q.

YES.

SECOND, THAT THE DEFENDANT ACTED INTENTIONALLY OR WITH

DELIBERATE DISREGARD TO THE LIKELIHOOD THAT DAMAGE OR INJURY

WOULD RESULT FROM HIS ACTS. NOW, THE GOVERNMENT WOULD OFFER IN

THIS PARTICULAR--FOR THIS ELEMENT THAT YOU DID, IN FACT, ATTACH

THE EXPLOSIVE TO A NATURAL-GAS LINE, AND DID, IN FACT, DETONATE

IT WITHIN THE CITY OF PLANO, AND THAT YOU INTENDED TO DAMAGE

THAT PIPE, AND IT WAS ALSO YOUR INTENT AT THAT TIME TO DISRUPT

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THE FLOW OF NATURAL GAS THROUGH THAT PIPELINE. IS THAT

CORRECT?

A.

Q.

YES.

AND, FINALLY, THE THIRD ELEMENT THAT WOULD HAVE TO

BE PROVED IS THAT THE ATMOS NATURAL-GAS PIPELINE THAT THE

DEFENDANT ATTEMPTED TO DAMAGE OR DESTROY WAS USED IN ACTIVITY

AFFECTING FOREIGN OR INTERSTATE COMMERCE. THE GOVERNMENT WOULD

PROFFER THAT IT INVESTIGATED AND THE FBI CONTACTED ATMOS ENERGY

TO CONFIRM THAT THEY DO BUSINESS IN MORE THAN 12 STATES IN THE

UNITED STATES, THAT THE DISRUPTION OF THE PIPELINE IN ANY OF

THESE STATES AFFECTS THEIR ABILITY TO PROVIDE NATURAL-GAS

PIPELINE SERVICES AND, THEREFORE, AFFECTED THEIR ABILITY TO

TRANSACT BUSINESS IN INTERSTATE COMMERCE.

MR. CHI, HAVE YOU HEARD EVERYTHING I SAID AS RELATED

TO THESE FACTS?

YES.

ARE THEY ALL TRUE AND CORRECT?

YES.

MR. STOVER: THAT'S ALL I HAVE, YOUR HONOR. THANK

A.

Q.

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YOU.

THE COURT: THANK YOU, MR. STOVER.

THE COURT FINDS THAT THE GOVERNMENT HAS ORALLY

PLACED INTO THE RECORD AN INDEPENDENT FACTUAL BASIS FOR

MR. CHI'S PLEAS OF GUILTY TO COUNTS 1 AND 2.

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MR. CHI, I'M GOING TO ASK YOU, THEN, AT THIS TIME: HOW

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DO YOU WISH TO PLEAD, GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY, TO COUNT 1 OF

THE SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT, WHICH ACCUSES YOU OF KNOWINGLY

POSSESSING A DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE WHICH WAS NOT REGISTERED

TO YOU IN THE NATIONAL FIREARMS REGISTRATION AND TRANSFER

RECORD?

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I PLEAD GUILTY TO COUNT 1 IN VIOLATION OF--DO YOU WANT

ME TO SAY THE WHOLE THING?

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IN VIOLATION OF WHAT?

I WAS GOING TO SAY 26 USC, SECTION--I WAS GOING TO READ

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OKAY. WELL, YOU CERTAINLY CAN.

OKAY. I PLEAD GUILTY TO COUNT 1 IN VIOLATION OF 26

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OKAY.

I'D ALSO LIKE TO ASK YOU: HOW DO YOU WISH TO PLEAD,

GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY, TO COUNT 2 OF THE SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT,

WHICH ACCUSES YOU OF MALICIOUSLY DAMAGING OR DESTROYING OR

ATTEMPTING TO DAMAGE AND DESTROY BY MEANS OF FIRE AND EXPLOSIVE

THE PERSONAL PROPERTY OF ATMOS' NATURAL-GAS PIPELINE, GUILTY OR

NOT GUILTY?

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I PLEAD GUILTY TO COUNT 2 IN VIOLATION OF 18 USC

844(I).

THE COURT: OKAY. ALL RIGHT.

IT'S THE FINDING OF THE COURT IN THE CASE OF THE

UNITED STATES VERSUS ANSON CHI THAT THE DEFENDANT IS FULLY

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COMPETENT AND CAPABLE OF ENTERING AN INFORMED PLEA, HE IS AWARE

OF THE NATURE OF THE CHARGES AND THE CONSEQUENCES OF HIS PLEAS

OF GUILTY TO THESE TWO COUNTS. THE COURT FINDS THAT HIS PLEAS

OF GUILTY ARE MADE KNOWINGLY AND VOLUNTARILY AND ARE SUPPORTED

BY AN INDEPENDENT BASIS-IN-FACT CONTAINING EACH OF THE

ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF THE TWO OFFENSES.

MR. CHI, I HEREBY ACCEPT YOUR PLEAS OF GUILTY AND

FIND YOU GUILTY AS CHARGED OF COUNTS 1 AND 2 OF THE SUPERSEDING

INDICTMENT.

AS SOON AS A PRESENTENCE REPORT IS COMPLETED, THEN

I'LL SET YOUR CASE FOR SENTENCING.

THE DEFENDANT: I UNDERSTAND.

THE COURT: IS THERE ANYTHING FURTHER FROM THE

GOVERNMENT?

MR. STOVER: THAT'S ALL WE HAVE, YOUR HONOR. THANK

YOU.

THE COURT: THANK YOU.

ANYTHING FURTHER, MS. BUSBEE?

MS. BUSBEE: NO, THANK YOU, YOUR HONOR. MAY WE BE

EXCUSED?

THE COURT: YES.

I'LL REMAND MR. CHI BACK TO THE MARSHAL. THANK YOU.

THERE IS PENDING DOCUMENT NUMBER 35, WHICH IS THE

GOVERNMENT'S MOTION FOR AN ORDER DESIGNATING THE CASE COMPLEX

AND CONTINUING THIS CASE FOR A TRIAL. MR. STOVER, YOU ARE

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MR. STOVER: YES, YOUR HONOR. BASED ON THE

DEFENDANT'S PLEA HERE IN COURT TODAY, THE GOVERNMENT WILL

WITHDRAW THAT MOTION AT THIS TIME.

THE COURT: OKAY.

MR. STOVER: THANK YOU.

THE COURT: THE GOVERNMENT'S MOTION TO WITHDRAW IS

GRANTED.

MS. BUSBEE: THANK YOU, YOUR HONOR.

MR. STOVER: THANK YOU.

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COURT REPORTER'S CERTIFICATE

I CERTIFY THAT PAGES 1 THROUGH 32 CONTAIN A CORRECT

TRANSCRIPT FROM THE RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS.

JUNE 11, 2013.

JERRY KELLEY, CRR

OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER

U.S. COURTHOUSE

7940 PRESTON ROAD

PLANO, TEXAS 75024

214-872-4829

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10 [3] - 7:23, 17:5,
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11(C)(1)(C [7] - 7:3,
10:6, 10:16, 10:20,
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12 [1] - 24:9
14TH [1] - 5:2
18 [1] - 25:21
18TH [6] - 5:8, 6:2,
19:8, 19:13, 20:20,
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2 [16] - 5:17, 5:19,
5:22, 6:3, 6:8, 9:8,
9:17, 10:10, 17:13,
19:11, 21:3, 22:25,
24:24, 25:16, 25:21,
26:8
20 [4] - 9:9, 10:10,
17:5, 17:10
2012 [7] - 5:8, 6:2,
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312 [1] - 2:12
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35 [1] - 26:23
3RD [1] - 6:20
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40 [1] - 17:10
4:12CR155 [2] - 1:6,
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5 [3] - 10:19, 11:10,
17:10
500 [1] - 2:7
5841 [1] - 25:13
5845 [1] - 25:13
5861(D [1] - 25:13
5871 [1] - 25:13
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7 [1] - 12:11
703 [1] - 2:12
75024 [1] - 27:24
75074 [1] - 2:8
75080 [1] - 2:19
75202 [1] - 2:13
7940 [1] - 27:23
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8 [1] - 12:17
811 [1] - 2:18
844(I [1] - 22:25
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A

ABILITY [8] - 13:3,
13:4, 13:13, 13:24,
14:2, 14:4, 24:11,
24:12
ABLE [2] - 8:22, 8:24
ACCEPT [4] - 10:22,
10:25, 11:5, 26:7
ACCUSED [4] - 5:3,
5:14, 6:3, 6:18
ACCUSES [3] - 5:22,
25:2, 25:17
ACT [1] - 23:8
ACTED [1] - 23:19
ACTIVITIES [1] -
11:21
ACTIVITY [2] - 19:21,
24:6
ACTS [1] - 23:21
ADD [1] - 8:25
ADDICTION [1] - 4:10
ADDITION [2] - 18:6,
18:10
ADDITIONAL [1] -
8:25
ADDRESS [3] - 8:16,
8:25, 15:1
ADMINISTRATIVE [1]
- 17:15
ADMITTED [1] - 11:15
ADVICE [2] - 6:16,
15:16
ADVISE [1] - 8:21
AFFECTED [1] - 24:12
AFFECTING [4] - 6:1,
19:21, 23:4, 24:7
AFFECTS [2] - 14:19,
24:11
AGE [1] - 4:6
AGENCY [2] - 14:24,
15:7
AGENTS [1] - 22:18
AGO [1] - 8:3
AGREE [2] - 7:4, 8:25
AGREED [5] - 11:12,
11:18, 12:1, 18:7,
18:11
AGREEMENT [38] -
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6:21, 6:23, 7:1, 7:5,
8:19, 10:5, 10:7,
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10:19, 10:20, 10:23,
11:2, 11:6, 11:16,
11:24, 11:25, 12:18,
12:19, 12:24, 13:6,
13:14, 14:15, 15:6,
15:19, 15:24, 16:2,
16:6, 16:8, 16:13,

18:7, 18:11, 18:19
AIDED [1] - 1:25
ALCOHOLIC [1] - 4:16
ALLEGED [2] - 5:7,
19:7
ALLEGEDLY [1] - 6:2
ALLOWS [1] - 7:3
AMERICA [1] - 1:6
AMOUNT [1] - 7:23
ANALYZED [1] - 21:7
ANDREW [2] - 2:5, 3:3
ANSON [5] - 1:8, 3:2,
3:4, 3:17, 25:25
ANSWER [2] - 3:19,
9:23
ANSWERS [1] - 3:20
APPEAL [3] - 14:15,
14:17, 14:20
APPEARANCE [1] -
7:13
APPEARANCES [1] -
2:4
APPLY [1] - 18:21
APPRECIATE [1] -
9:23
APPROPRIATE [1] -
13:10
ARRESTED [1] -
18:15
ASPECTS [1] - 15:13
ASSEMBLE [1] -
21:22
ASSEMBLED [6] -
5:12, 19:5, 20:7,
20:16, 21:6, 21:18
ASSESSMENT [2] -
8:9, 9:12
ASSESSMENTS [1] -
10:17
ASSIST [1] - 12:7
ASSISTANCE [1] -
14:19
ASSISTANT [1] - 2:6
ASSUME [2] - 8:1,
12:13
ASSUMING [1] - 19:17
ATF [1] - 22:18
ATMOS [8] - 5:25,
8:22, 9:6, 19:16,
19:17, 23:15, 24:5,
24:8
ATMOS' [1] - 25:19
ATTACH [1] - 23:22
ATTACHED [1] - 23:14
ATTEMPT [1] - 23:1
ATTEMPTED [4] -
14:9, 19:14, 23:11,
24:6
ATTEMPTING [2] -
5:23, 25:18

ATTORNEY [3] - 2:6,
2:11, 2:17
ATTORNEY'S [2] -
10:6, 15:20
ATTORNEYS [1] -
6:12
AUTHORITY [1] -
15:22
AVAILABLE [2] -
13:17, 22:9
AWARE [1] - 26:1

B

BACHELOR [1] - 4:1
BACHELOR'S [1] -
4:1
BANK [1] - 17:5
BASED [3] - 17:2,
17:7, 27:2
BASIS [3] - 20:1,
24:23, 26:5
BASIS-IN-FACT [1] -
26:5
BEGIN [1] - 13:19
BEST [6] - 13:3, 13:4,
13:13, 13:24, 14:2,
14:3
BETWEEN [3] - 9:5,
15:3, 15:19
BEVERAGE [1] - 4:16
BEYOND [2] - 7:10,
20:12
BOULEVARD [1] - 2:7
BRIEFLY [1] - 8:16
BROOK [2] - 2:10, 3:4
BUILDING [1] - 23:2
BUREAU [1] - 17:16
BUSBEE [8] - 2:10,
3:4, 4:24, 12:7, 12:9,
26:18, 26:19, 27:9
BUSINESS [2] - 24:9,
24:13

C

CAPABLE [1] - 26:1
CARE [1] - 4:12
CASE [23] - 1:6, 3:1,
3:10, 4:18, 6:13,
7:10, 7:19, 8:24,
11:12, 13:9, 14:16,
14:25, 15:9, 15:13,
18:22, 18:25, 21:19,
23:12, 25:24, 26:11,
26:24, 26:25
CATEGORY [1] -
16:22
CAUSED [1] - 11:14
CENTRAL [1] - 2:18

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CERTAIN [1] - 20:4
CERTAINLY [1] -
25:11
CERTIFICATE [1] -
27:13
CERTIFY [1] - 27:15
CHANGED [1] - 8:3
CHARACTERISTICS
[1] - 21:15
CHARGED [2] - 11:15,
26:8
CHARGES [4] - 6:12,
12:13, 22:25, 26:2
CHECKED [1] - 22:18
CHEMICAL [1] - 23:15
CHEMICALS [13] -
5:10, 19:4, 20:6,
20:15, 21:4, 21:7,
21:8, 21:9, 21:10,
21:12, 21:17, 21:24,
23:14
CHI [21] - 1:8, 3:2, 3:4,
3:7, 3:8, 3:16, 3:17,
4:22, 5:1, 6:13, 8:21,
8:24, 12:7, 20:3,
22:23, 24:14, 24:25,
25:25, 26:7, 26:22
CHI'S [2] - 22:19,
24:24
CHOOSE [1] - 7:15
CITY [3] - 20:20,
20:24, 23:24
CIVIL [2] - 15:25,
17:23
CLAIM [1] - 14:18
CLASSIFICATION [1]
- 16:21
CLASSIFICATIONS
[1] - 16:25
CLASSIFIED [1] - 17:4
CLERK [1] - 3:9
COLLEGE [1] - 4:3
COLLIN [2] - 20:20,
20:24
COMBINATION [7] -
5:11, 19:4, 20:6,
20:15, 21:5, 21:8,
21:17
COMBINE [1] - 21:11
COMMERCE [8] - 6:1,
6:2, 19:20, 19:21,
23:4, 23:5, 24:7,
24:13
COMMUNITY [2] -
8:12, 9:15
COMPANY [1] - 19:16
COMPEL [1] - 7:13
COMPETENT [1] -
26:1
COMPLETE [1] -

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COMPLETED [1] -
26:10
COMPLETELY [1] -
6:15
COMPLEX [1] - 26:24
COMPUTER [1] - 1:25
COMPUTER-AIDED
[1] - 1:25
COMPUTERIZED [1] -
1:24
CONCERNING [1] -
11:20
CONCORDANCE [1] -
1:15
CONCURRENT [1] -
9:19
CONCURRENTLY [1]
- 9:22
CONDITION [2] - 22:4,
22:10
CONDITIONS [1] -
18:14
CONDUCT [1] - 11:14
CONFIRM [1] - 24:9
CONFRONT [1] - 7:11
CONSECUTIVE [1] -
10:12
CONSECUTIVELY [3]
- 9:20, 9:24, 10:1
CONSEQUENCES [1]
- 26:2
CONSULT [1] - 16:13
CONTACTED [1] -
24:8
CONTAIN [1] - 27:15
CONTAINED [1] - 16:6
CONTAINING [1] -
26:5
CONTINUING [1] -
26:25
CONVERTING [6] -
5:11, 19:5, 20:7,
20:16, 21:5, 21:18
CONVICTION [3] -
11:13, 14:16, 17:22
COOPERATE [1] -
11:18
COPIES [1] - 21:21
COPY [5] - 4:18, 4:21,
4:24, 13:8, 13:9
CORRECT [14] - 4:1,
4:4, 5:18, 6:10, 8:5,
15:17, 19:18, 21:13,
22:8, 22:23, 23:17,
24:2, 24:17, 27:15
COST [1] - 8:23
COSTS [2] - 8:13, 9:15
COUNSEL [10] - 3:4,
3:6, 6:15, 7:9, 8:24,

14:19, 15:1, 15:4,
15:16
COUNT [31] - 5:1,
5:14, 5:18, 5:19,
5:22, 6:3, 6:8, 7:22,
8:15, 9:8, 9:12, 9:13,
9:17, 10:8, 10:10,
10:12, 12:13, 17:13,
18:10, 19:1, 19:11,
20:3, 21:3, 22:23,
22:25, 25:1, 25:6,
25:12, 25:16, 25:21
COUNTS [5] - 5:17,
6:7, 24:24, 26:3,
26:8
COUNTY [2] - 20:20,
20:24
COURT [48] - 1:1, 2:1,
3:1, 3:5, 3:9, 3:13,
3:15, 4:22, 4:23,
4:25, 5:21, 6:6, 6:11,
7:2, 8:7, 8:16, 9:1,
9:4, 10:19, 10:22,
10:25, 11:2, 11:5,
12:6, 12:10, 12:11,
13:5, 14:17, 15:2,
15:5, 16:9, 17:8,
19:24, 20:3, 20:11,
24:21, 24:22, 25:23,
25:24, 26:3, 26:13,
26:17, 26:21, 27:3,
27:5, 27:7, 27:13,
27:21
COURT'S [1] - 8:20
COURTHOUSE [1] -
27:22
CREATED [1] - 21:9
CREATING [1] - 21:24
CRIME [4] - 8:11,
9:14, 20:8, 23:1
CRIMES [1] - 11:15
CRIMINAL [2] - 7:3,
11:21
CROSS [1] - 7:11
CROSS-EXAMINE [1]
- 7:11
CRR [1] - 27:20
CUSTODY [1] - 13:11

D

DALLAS [1] - 2:13
DAMAGE [12] - 5:23,
8:23, 9:6, 19:14,
23:2, 23:9, 23:11,
23:16, 23:20, 23:24,
24:6, 25:18
DAMAGED [1] - 19:14
DAMAGING [2] - 5:22,
25:17

DATED [1] - 6:20
DECISION [2] - 9:1,
11:1
DECLINE [1] - 10:22
DEFENDANT [11] -
2:10, 3:12, 9:3, 15:3,
21:15, 22:14, 23:10,
23:19, 24:6, 25:25,
26:12
DEFENDANT'S [1] -
27:3
DEFENSE [1] - 3:3
DEFINED [1] - 20:14
DEFINITION [2] -
20:18, 23:7
DEGREE [2] - 4:2, 4:3
DELIBERATE [1] -
23:20
DEPARTMENT [2] -
14:23, 15:7
DEPUTY [1] - 3:9
DESCRIBED [2] - 5:9,
23:11
DESIGNATE [1] -
17:18
DESIGNATED [2] -
13:12, 13:17
DESIGNATING [1] -
26:24
DESTROY [6] - 5:23,
19:15, 23:1, 23:11,
24:6, 25:18
DESTROYED [1] -
19:14
DESTROYING [2] -
5:23, 25:17
DESTRUCTIVE [6] -
5:9, 19:3, 20:5, 21:4,
21:16, 25:3
DETONATE [1] -
23:23
DEVICE [17] - 5:10,
19:3, 19:5, 20:14,
20:22, 20:23, 21:4,
21:9, 21:13, 21:16,
21:23, 21:25, 22:6,
22:9, 22:14, 23:14,
25:3
DEVICES [1] - 20:5
DIFFERENT [1] - 17:7
DISCUSS [2] - 6:23,
8:18
DISCUSSED [2] -
6:12, 18:20
DISCUSSION [1] -
15:3
DISMISS [2] - 6:8,
12:12
DISREGARD [2] -
23:9, 23:20

DISRUPT [1] - 23:25
DISRUPTION [1] -
24:10
DISTRICT [8] - 1:1,
1:2, 1:17, 2:2, 5:8,
15:20, 19:13, 20:21
DIVISION [1] - 1:3
DOCTOR [1] - 4:12
DOCUMENT [1] -
26:23
DOCUMENTS [2] -
21:21, 21:24
DONE [1] - 23:8
DOUBT [2] - 7:11,
20:12
DRUG [2] - 4:15, 17:9
DRUGS [1] - 4:10

E

EARLY [1] - 18:2
EARNINGS [1] - 13:19
EAST [1] - 2:7
EASTERN [5] - 1:2,
5:8, 15:20, 19:13,
20:21
EITHER [4] - 8:25,
13:24, 16:23, 21:21
ELEMENT [8] - 20:10,
20:12, 20:13, 20:17,
22:13, 23:10, 23:22,
24:4
ELEMENTS [3] - 20:9,
23:5, 26:6
ENERGY [2] - 19:17,
24:8
ENERGY'S [1] - 9:6
ENTERING [2] - 7:2,
26:1
ENTIRE [1] - 16:2
EQUIPMENT [1] - 9:6
ESSENTIAL [1] - 26:6
ESTABLISH [1] - 23:6
EVIDENCE [3] - 8:23,
20:19, 21:20
EXAMINE [1] - 7:11
EXAMPLE [2] - 13:4,
17:9
EXCEED [4] - 7:23,
7:24, 9:9
EXCEEDS [1] - 14:18
EXCEPT [1] - 14:16
EXCUSED [1] - 26:20
EXPLAIN [1] - 20:11
EXPLANATION [1] -
14:5
EXPLODED [1] -
20:24
EXPLOSIVE [18] -
5:12, 5:24, 19:5,

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19:15, 20:8, 20:16,
20:22, 21:6, 21:9,
21:11, 21:13, 21:22,
21:25, 22:13, 23:2,
23:13, 23:23, 25:18
EXPLOSIVES [2] -
21:19, 23:12
EXPRESSWAY [1] -
2:18
EXTRA [1] - 4:21

F
F1 [1] - 16:21
F2 [1] - 16:21
F3 [1] - 16:21
FACILITIES [1] - 9:6
FACILITY [1] - 13:12
FACT [10] - 20:21,
20:22, 21:23, 22:5,
22:8, 23:13, 23:16,
23:22, 23:23, 26:5
FACTS [4] - 20:11,
22:22, 24:15
FACTUAL [4] - 11:16,
15:13, 20:1, 24:23
FALSE [1] - 3:21
FALSELY [1] - 3:19
FAR [2] - 3:23, 16:23
FBI [2] - 22:18, 24:8
FEBRUARY [1] - 5:2
FEDERAL [3] - 7:2,
16:23, 18:3
FELONIES [1] - 17:3
FELONY [3] - 16:18,
16:24, 17:21
FEW [1] - 16:11
FIFTH [1] - 22:13
FILED [1] - 5:2
FILLING [1] - 12:7
FINALLY [1] - 24:4
FINANCIAL [2] - 12:1,
13:15
FINE [1] - 9:9
FINED [1] - 7:23
FIRE [4] - 5:24, 19:15,
23:2, 25:18
FIREARM [10] - 5:3,
5:9, 17:25, 20:14,
20:17, 21:3, 21:16,
22:3, 22:13, 22:16
FIREARMS [6] - 5:4,
5:13, 19:6, 20:5,
22:15, 25:4
FIRST [4] - 20:13,
20:17, 23:7, 23:10
FIVE [2] - 17:4, 20:9
FLOW [1] - 24:1
FOLLOWING [1] -
20:9

FORCE [1] - 14:9
FOREIGN [7] - 5:25,
6:1, 19:20, 19:21,
23:4, 23:5, 24:7
FORFEIT [2] - 8:11,
9:13
FOURTH [1] - 22:3
FRAUD [1] - 17:5
FREE [1] - 12:18
FREELY [1] - 14:7
FULL [3] - 3:16, 3:17,
18:15
FULLY [2] - 15:16,
25:25

G

GAS [9] - 5:25, 19:19,
23:11, 23:15, 23:23,
24:1, 24:5, 24:11,
25:19
GIVEN [3] - 3:5, 6:16,
15:17
GOD [1] - 3:11
GOVERNMENT [28] -
2:5, 3:3, 3:6, 7:4,
7:10, 8:10, 10:14,
11:19, 12:2, 12:12,
12:18, 13:1, 16:5,
19:2, 19:9, 19:12,
19:22, 20:4, 20:19,
21:19, 22:4, 22:17,
23:13, 23:21, 24:7,
24:22, 26:14, 27:3
GOVERNMENT'S [4] -
6:8, 7:12, 26:24,
27:7
GRADUATE [2] - 3:24,
3:25
GRANTED [1] - 27:8
GREAT [1] - 4:23
GUIDELINES [1] -
18:21
GUILTY [29] - 6:7,
7:17, 11:1, 11:7,
14:7, 14:10, 14:12,
16:12, 16:18, 17:21,
17:22, 20:8, 20:12,
24:24, 25:1, 25:6,
25:12, 25:16, 25:19,
25:20, 25:21, 26:3,
26:4, 26:7, 26:8

H
HAND [1] - 3:8
HARD [1] - 21:21
HEARD [2] - 22:22,
24:14
HEARING [3] - 1:11,

3:10, 8:17
HELP [1] - 3:11
HEREBY [1] - 26:7
HIMSELF [1] - 3:7
HOLD [1] - 17:24
HONOR [15] - 3:14,
4:20, 4:24, 5:20,
6:10, 8:5, 8:21, 12:9,
17:1, 20:2, 24:19,
26:15, 26:19, 27:2,
27:9
HONORABLE [1] -
1:17

I

IDENTIFIERS [1] -
22:20
IGNITE [3] - 22:5,
22:8, 23:16
ILLEGALLY [1] - 20:4
ILLNESS [2] - 4:10,
4:13
IMPORTANT [1] -
18:20
IMPOSE [1] - 14:18
IMPOSED [1] - 9:16
IMPRISONMENT [6] -
7:22, 9:8, 10:7,
10:10, 10:11, 10:13
INCARCERATION [2]
- 8:14, 9:16
INCLUDE [1] - 11:13
INCLUDING [1] -
17:24
INDEPENDENT [3] -
19:25, 24:23, 26:5
INDICTMENT [18] -
4:18, 4:21, 4:22, 5:2,
5:15, 5:20, 6:4, 7:22,
8:15, 10:9, 10:11,
12:14, 19:1, 19:11,
23:12, 25:2, 25:16,
26:9
INDIGENT [4] - 8:17,
12:23, 13:2, 14:4
INEFFECTIVE [1] -
14:19
INFLUENCE [1] - 4:15
INFORMATION [1] -
11:19
INFORMED [1] - 26:1
INFORMS [4] - 7:2,
12:11, 12:17
INGREDIENTS [1] -
21:22
INJURY [2] - 23:9,
23:20
INMATE [1] - 13:15
INSTANCE [1] - 17:5

INSTITUTION [1] -
13:17
INTENDED [7] - 5:11,
19:4, 20:7, 20:16,
21:5, 21:18, 23:24
INTENT [2] - 23:16,
23:25
INTENTIONALLY [2] -
23:8, 23:19
INTERSTATE [9] -
5:25, 6:1, 19:20,
19:21, 21:21, 23:4,
24:7, 24:13
INVESTIGATED [1] -
24:8
INVESTIGATION [2] -
14:24, 15:8
ISSUE [1] - 9:19

J

JAIL [2] - 12:4, 17:6
JERRY [1] - 27:20
JOB [1] - 13:23
JUDGE [2] - 1:17, 2:2
JUNE [10] - 1:7, 2:2,
5:8, 6:2, 6:20, 19:8,
19:12, 20:19, 22:5,
27:17
JURY [3] - 7:8, 17:24,
19:9

K

KELLEY [1] - 27:20
KIND [1] - 4:13
KINDS [1] - 20:5
KNOWINGLY [6] - 5:9,
19:2, 20:13, 20:17,
25:2, 26:4
KNOWLEDGE [2] -
11:21, 12:20
KNOWN [1] - 21:9

L

LAW [3] - 2:11, 2:17,
16:23
LAWYERS [4] - 6:24,
15:14, 16:14, 18:22
LEGAL [1] - 15:13
LESS [2] - 8:1, 9:11
LEVEL [2] - 17:2,
17:14
LEVELS [1] - 17:7
LIABILITY [1] - 15:25
LIFE [1] - 17:10
LIKELIHOOD [2] -
23:9, 23:20
LIMITED [1] - 11:13

LINE [1] - 23:23
LINES [1] - 9:5
LOSE [1] - 17:23
LOSSES [2] - 11:14,
11:15

M

MALICIOUSLY [6] -
5:22, 19:14, 23:1,
23:8, 23:10, 25:17
MANDATORY [3] -
8:9, 10:17, 17:6
MANUFACTURE [1] -
21:11
MANUFACTURED [6]
- 5:10, 19:3, 20:6,
20:14, 21:4, 21:17
MARSHAL [1] - 26:22
MATTER [2] - 8:18,
22:16
MAXIMUM [4] - 14:18,
17:13, 17:14, 17:15
MAXIMUM-
SECURITY [2] -
17:14, 17:15
MCKINNEY [1] - 2:12
MEAN [1] - 12:25
MEANING [1] - 17:14
MEANS [5] - 5:23,
5:24, 19:15, 23:12,
25:18
MEDICATION [1] -
4:16
MENTAL [2] - 4:9,
4:13
METHYL [4] - 21:9,
21:12, 21:23, 23:14
MIGHT [1] - 14:17
MINUTES [1] - 16:11
MONDAY [1] - 2:1
MOTION [4] - 26:24,
27:1, 27:4, 27:7
MOVING [1] - 27:1

N

NAME [4] - 3:16, 3:17,
19:16, 22:19
NAMELY [1] - 5:24
NARCOTIC [1] - 4:10
NATIONAL [5] - 5:4,
5:13, 19:6, 22:14,
25:4
NATURAL [9] - 5:25,
19:19, 23:11, 23:15,
23:23, 24:1, 24:5,
24:11, 25:19
NATURAL-GAS [8] -
5:25, 19:19, 23:11,

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NATURE [1] - 26:2
NECESSARY [2] -
21:11, 21:22
NEED [3] - 13:19,
16:13, 25:10
NEEDS [1] - 4:22
NEXT [1] - 3:1
NITRATE [4] - 21:10,
21:12, 21:23, 23:14
NOTES [1] - 2:1
NOTHING [2] - 3:11,
15:24
NUMBER [3] - 3:2,
22:20, 26:23
O

OATH [2] - 3:18, 12:2
OBLIGATIONS [1] -
12:19
OBTAINED [1] - 21:10
OCCURRED [2] - 6:2,
19:8
OFF-THE-RECORD
[1] - 15:3
OFFENSE [5] - 5:3,
11:13, 11:21, 17:9,
17:11
OFFENSES [7] -
12:20, 16:17, 16:18,
17:10, 17:21, 17:22,
26:6
OFFER [7] - 13:1,
20:11, 20:19, 21:19,
22:4, 23:13, 23:21
OFFICE [4] - 10:6,
12:2, 15:20, 17:24
OFFICIAL [1] - 27:21
OLD [1] - 4:8
ONCE [1] - 13:7
ONE [11] - 4:22, 8:1,
8:4, 8:8, 9:11, 9:18,
12:22, 16:22, 17:7,
18:6, 18:10
OPERATING [2] -
22:4, 22:10
OPTION [2] - 13:16,
13:18
ORALLY [2] - 24:22,
27:1
ORDER [3] - 13:10,
23:6, 26:24
ORDERED [3] - 10:18,
11:11, 12:23
ORDERS [1] - 13:5
OWN [3] - 7:12, 8:13,
17:6
OWNED [1] - 23:15

P
PAGE [1] - 1:15
PAGES [2] - 1:13,
27:15
PAPERS [1] - 15:7
PARAGRAPH [8] -
7:7, 10:5, 10:19,
11:10, 11:18, 12:11,
12:17, 14:22
PARK [1] - 2:7
PAROLE [1] - 18:2
PART [2] - 10:20,
12:24
PARTICIPATE [1] -
13:15
PARTICIPATION [1] -
11:20
PARTICULAR [2] -
7:4, 23:22
PARTS [6] - 5:11,
19:4, 20:7, 20:16,
21:5, 21:18
PAY [14] - 8:9, 8:12,
8:13, 9:11, 9:14,
10:17, 10:18, 11:11,
12:23, 12:25, 13:3,
13:5, 13:13, 14:2
PAYING [3] - 13:19,
13:20, 13:23
PENDING [1] - 26:23
PERIOD [3] - 9:9,
10:8, 10:10
PERJURY [1] - 3:21
PERSONAL [6] - 5:24,
12:1, 19:15, 19:19,
23:3, 25:19
PERSONALLY [1] -
12:4
PERSONS [1] - 11:22
PERTAINING [2] -
14:24, 15:8
PETER [2] - 2:16, 3:4
PIPE [1] - 23:25
PIPELINE [11] - 5:25,
19:20, 23:11, 23:15,
23:16, 24:1, 24:5,
24:10, 24:12, 25:19
PLACED [1] - 24:23
PLANO [7] - 1:8, 2:2,
2:8, 20:20, 20:24,
23:24, 27:24
PLEA [33] - 1:11, 3:5,
6:20, 6:21, 6:23, 7:1,
7:2, 8:19, 10:19,
10:20, 10:23, 10:25,
11:2, 11:6, 12:18,
12:19, 12:24, 13:1,
13:6, 13:14, 15:19,
15:24, 16:2, 16:6,

16:8, 16:13, 18:7,
18:11, 18:19, 20:1,
26:1, 27:3
PLEAD [9] - 5:18,
7:17, 14:10, 16:12,
25:1, 25:6, 25:12,
25:15, 25:21
PLEADING [5] - 4:20,
14:7, 14:12, 16:18,
17:21
PLEAS [6] - 6:7,
17:22, 24:24, 26:2,
26:3, 26:7
POINT [2] - 13:9,
17:20
POINTED [1] - 20:3
POSSESS [2] - 17:25,
20:22
POSSESSED [5] - 5:9,
19:3, 20:4, 20:13,
20:17
POSSESSING [1] -
25:3
POSSESSION [1] -
5:3
POST [2] - 3:24, 3:25
POST-GRADUATE [2]
- 3:24, 3:25
PRESENT [4] - 7:12,
8:23, 19:25, 22:20
PRESENTENCE [3] -
11:2, 13:8, 26:10
PRESIDING [2] - 1:17,
2:3
PRESTON [1] - 27:23
PRISON [14] - 10:1,
13:12, 13:14, 13:18,
13:21, 13:22, 13:24,
14:2, 17:15, 18:3,
18:6, 18:11, 18:15
PRISONS [1] - 17:16
PROBATION [1] - 12:2
PROCEDURE [1] - 7:3
PROCEEDINGS [2] -
1:24, 27:16
PRODUCED [1] - 1:25
PROFFER [2] - 22:18,
24:8
PROGRAM [1] - 13:16
PROMISES [1] - 16:4
PROMPTLY [1] - 12:3
PROPERTY [8] - 5:24,
8:11, 9:13, 19:15,
19:19, 23:3, 25:19
PROSECUTE [1] -
12:19
PROSECUTING [1] -
15:22
PROSECUTION [4] -
3:21, 14:25, 15:9,

15:21
PROTECT [1] - 15:21
PROVE [9] - 7:10,
19:2, 19:9, 19:12,
19:22, 20:4, 20:9,
20:12, 23:6
PROVED [2] - 8:22,
24:5
PROVIDE [1] - 24:11
PROVING [1] - 22:9
PSYCHOLOGICAL [1]
- 4:13
PSYCHOLOGIST [1] -
4:13
PUBLIC [1] - 17:24
PUNISHMENT [5] -
7:21, 8:15, 9:8, 9:17,
17:2
PURPOSE [2] - 21:12,
21:24
PUT [3] - 17:14, 22:4,
22:9

Q

QUESTIONS [4] -
3:19, 6:18, 16:8,
16:13
QUICK [1] - 12:22

R
RAISE [1] - 3:8
RANGE [4] - 7:21,
8:14, 9:8, 9:17
RE [1] - 18:15
RE-ARRESTED [1] -
18:15
REACHED [1] - 10:5
READ [2] - 6:23, 25:9
READILY [8] - 5:11,
19:5, 20:7, 20:16,
21:6, 21:18, 22:3,
22:9
READING [1] - 9:5
REAL [2] - 23:3
REALLY [1] - 8:18
REALTIME [1] - 1:24
REASON [2] - 14:13,
17:12
REASONABLE [2] -
7:10, 20:12
RECEIVE [1] - 13:7
RECEIVED [1] - 4:18
RECEIVES [1] - 13:8
RECENTLY [1] - 4:9
RECOMMEND [1] -
13:15
RECORD [9] - 5:5,
5:13, 15:3, 19:7,

22:15, 22:19, 24:23,
25:5, 27:16
RECORDS [2] - 14:23,
15:7
REGARDS [1] - 9:19
REGISTERED [7] -
5:4, 5:12, 19:6,
22:14, 22:17, 25:3
REGISTRATION [6] -
5:4, 5:13, 19:7,
22:15, 22:19, 25:4
REGISTRY [1] - 22:21
RELATED [1] - 24:14
RELEASE [14] - 7:25,
8:8, 9:10, 9:19, 9:22,
10:2, 13:25, 14:1,
18:3, 18:5, 18:9,
18:14, 18:16
RELEASED [1] - 13:22
RELEASES [1] - 15:25
RELYING [1] - 16:5
REMAINING [1] -
12:13
REMAND [1] - 26:22
REMANDED [1] -
13:11
REPEAT [1] - 18:8
REPORT [3] - 11:3,
13:8, 26:10
REPORTED [1] - 1:24
REPORTER [1] -
27:21
REPORTER'S [3] -
1:11, 2:1, 27:13
REPRESENTATION
[1] - 7:8
REPRESENTATIONS
[1] - 16:4
REQUEST [2] - 14:23,
15:7
REQUESTED [1] -
11:20
REQUIRE [1] - 7:9
REQUIRED [12] - 7:24,
8:9, 8:10, 8:12, 8:13,
9:11, 9:13, 9:14,
12:25, 19:2, 19:9,
19:12
RESEARCHED [1] -
21:20
RESERVING [1] -
14:17
RESPONSIBILITY [1]
- 13:16
RESTITUTION [18] -
8:12, 8:17, 8:19,
8:22, 9:2, 9:14,
10:18, 11:10, 11:11,
11:12, 11:14, 12:23,
13:10, 13:13, 13:20,

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Z

ZERO [1] - 17:10

13:24
RESULT [3] - 17:21,
23:10, 23:21
RESULTED [1] - 11:15
RETURN [1] - 6:7
REVIEWED [1] - 15:13
REVOKED [1] - 14:1
RICHARD [2] - 1:17,
2:2
RICHARDSON [1] -
2:19
RIGHTS [3] - 7:15,
7:18, 17:23
ROAD [1] - 27:23
RULE [2] - 7:3, 10:6
RUN [2] - 9:24, 10:12
RUNS [2] - 9:22, 10:1

S

SATISFIED [2] - 6:15,
15:16
SCHELL [2] - 1:17, 2:2
SCHOOL [2] - 3:23,
4:2
SECOND [1] - 23:19
SECTION [2] - 17:6,
25:9
SECTIONS [1] - 25:13
SECURITY [3] - 17:14,
17:15, 22:20
SEES [1] - 11:2
SENT [3] - 14:1, 17:14,
18:15
SENTENCE [5] - 7:4,
13:22, 14:16, 14:17,
17:13
SENTENCED [1] -
13:11
SENTENCING [9] -
8:10, 8:17, 8:22,
9:12, 10:18, 12:12,
13:9, 18:21, 26:11
SEPARATE [1] - 3:20
SERVE [5] - 7:24,
10:7, 10:9, 13:22,
17:24
SERVICES [1] - 24:12
SET [2] - 13:9, 26:11
SHALL [2] - 3:10
SHERMAN [1] - 1:3
SIC [3] - 20:20, 21:3,
22:5
SIGNATURE [1] - 6:21
SIGNED [3] - 3:6,
6:24, 8:19
SIMPLY [1] - 17:12
SLIGHT [1] - 9:18
SMINU [2] - 2:16, 3:4
SO.. [1] - 12:5

SOCIAL [1] - 22:19
SOMETIMES [1] - 10:1
SOON [1] - 26:10
SORRY [4] - 5:21,
18:8, 18:12, 22:7
SPECIAL [2] - 9:12,
10:17
SPECIFICALLY [1] -
5:7
STACKED [1] - 9:20
START [1] - 13:23
STATE [1] - 3:16
STATEMENT [4] -
3:21, 11:16, 12:1,
21:20
STATES [14] - 1:1, 1:6,
3:2, 7:7, 10:5, 10:16,
11:10, 11:18, 14:24,
15:8, 24:9, 24:10,
24:11, 25:25
STATUTE [3] - 17:3,
20:15, 23:8
STATUTORY [1] -
14:18
STENOTYPE [1] -
1:24
STOVER [22] - 2:5,
3:3, 3:13, 3:14, 4:20,
5:19, 6:9, 6:10, 8:2,
8:5, 8:21, 13:8, 17:1,
19:25, 20:2, 24:19,
24:21, 26:15, 26:25,
27:2, 27:6, 27:10
SUBMIT [1] - 12:1
SUBPOENA [1] - 7:13
SUITE [2] - 2:7, 2:12
SUPERSEDING [15] -
4:21, 5:2, 5:15, 5:19,
6:4, 7:22, 8:15, 10:8,
10:11, 12:14, 19:1,
19:11, 25:2, 25:16,
26:8
SUPERVISED [12] -
7:25, 8:8, 9:10, 9:19,
9:22, 10:2, 13:25,
18:5, 18:9, 18:13,
18:16
SUPERVISION [2] -
8:14, 9:16
SUPPORT [1] - 20:11
SUPPORTED [1] -
26:4
SWEAR [1] - 3:9
SYSTEM [1] - 18:3

T

TECHNICALITY [1] -
14:5
TECHNICALLY [1] -

13:6
TERM [9] - 7:23, 7:25,
8:8, 9:10, 10:7, 10:9,
10:12, 12:18, 18:15
TERMS [3] - 10:11,
18:5, 18:9
TESTIFY [2] - 7:14,
7:15
TESTIMONY [3] - 3:9,
8:25, 11:20
TEXAS [13] - 1:2, 1:8,
2:2, 2:8, 2:13, 2:19,
5:8, 15:21, 16:21,
19:13, 20:21, 27:24
THEREFORE [1] -
24:12
THIRD [2] - 21:15,
24:4
THOROUGHLY [1] -
15:12
THREATEN [1] - 14:9
THREE [9] - 7:25, 8:3,
8:4, 8:8, 9:10, 9:20,
18:6, 18:10, 23:5
TODAY [4] - 4:15,
6:20, 11:1, 27:3
TOTAL [1] - 10:12
TOTALING [1] - 10:17
TRACEABLE [2] -
8:11, 9:14
TRANSACT [1] - 24:13
TRANSCRIPT [3] -
1:11, 1:25, 27:16
TRANSCRIPTION [1] -
1:25
TRANSFER [6] - 5:4,
5:13, 19:7, 22:15,
22:19, 25:4
TREATED [1] - 4:9
TRIAL [8] - 7:8, 7:9,
7:14, 7:18, 19:1,
19:9, 19:22, 26:25
TRUE [2] - 22:22,
24:17
TRUTH [3] - 3:10, 3:11
TRUTHFUL [1] - 11:19
TWO [5] - 8:3, 10:8,
17:21, 26:3, 26:6
TYPE [2] - 17:9, 17:11

U

U.S [8] - 1:17, 2:2, 2:6,
10:6, 12:2, 15:20,
18:20, 27:22
UNDER [14] - 3:18,
4:12, 4:15, 7:2, 10:6,
10:19, 12:2, 12:19,
13:14, 14:22, 16:23,
19:1, 20:18, 23:8

UNITED [7] - 1:1, 1:6,
3:1, 14:24, 15:8,
24:10, 25:25
UNREGISTERED [1] -
20:5
UNUSUAL [1] - 9:24
UP [7] - 7:18, 8:18,
8:22, 14:15, 14:22,
15:6, 17:16
USC [3] - 25:9, 25:13,
25:21

V

VALIDITY [1] - 14:20
VALUABLE [1] - 17:23
VARIES [1] - 17:11
VEHICLE [1] - 23:2
VERSUS [3] - 3:2,
17:15, 25:25
VICTIMS [2] - 8:12,
9:15
VIOLATE [4] - 12:17,
13:6, 18:14
VIOLATION [6] -
22:25, 23:6, 25:6,
25:8, 25:12, 25:21
VOLUME [1] - 1:13
VOLUNTARILY [2] -
14:7, 26:4
VOTE [1] - 17:25
VS [1] - 1:7

W

WAIVER [1] - 14:20
WASTE [1] - 8:20
WHOLE [3] - 3:11,
25:7, 25:10
WISH [3] - 16:12, 25:1,
25:15
WITHDRAW [4] - 11:6,
27:1, 27:4, 27:7
WITHDRAWN [1] -
13:1
WITHHOLD [1] - 11:1
WITNESSES [3] -
7:12, 7:13
WORDS [1] - 9:20
WRITING [1] - 16:6

Y

YEAR [2] - 8:1, 9:11
YEARS [15] - 4:8,
7:23, 7:25, 8:8, 9:9,
9:10, 9:21, 10:8,
10:10, 10:13, 17:4,
17:5, 18:6, 18:10
YOURSELF [1] - 7:14