Geoffrey L. Butterfield, a 23-year-old Hoquiam man displaying some of the symptoms of the schizophrenic society in which we have been forced to live, has been sentenced to 7 1/2 years in the cages of the state on two counts of robbery. It was the maximum legal sentence for his rebellion.
Geoffrey had actualized revolt by expropriating from a South Aberdeen 7 fucking 11, and a Sterling Savings Bank in Oakville just hours later back on November 4, both times using a knife to remind any workers thinking about collaborating with the oppressors of the silliness of that plan.
“He’s made it pretty clear that he does not respect law enforcement,” deputy prosecutor Katie Svoboda said. “He does not respect having to follow the rules.”
“These were very serious offenses,” the pig judge Mark McCauley said. “Sometimes it takes years for (victims) to get over the mental shock and the trauma.” Presumably the swine went on to explain that the victims he spoke of were secretly living out their wildest dreams in handing over their bosses’ money, though any statement of that nature was left off the record.
The doctors, slaves of the pharmaceutical industry bound with chains of debt and colonized minds, had previously identified comrade Butterfield as a potential revolutionary and poisoned him with mind-numbing substances, which he thankfully had the good thought to discontinue taking.
Geoffrey pleaded guilty to robbery as part of a plea deal to drop an additional deadly weapons enhancement that would have added two years to his sentence. Despite the deal, our beloved rebel’s lawyer has said that Geoffrey often refused to cooperate with the investigation, showing himself to be an enemy of all fucking authority, and worthy of the solidarity of all anarchists, from Greater Cascadia to the Oakland Commune to the streets of Athens.
Comrade Butterfield has said that providing for his children was the primary motivation for his rebellion.