Martin Macdonald Stares Me Down After I Ask Him if He is a Racist.
Rochester, NY City Court Judge Ellen Yacknin
UPDATED WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9, 2016 3:00 P.M. BY DAVY V.
Martin Macdonald, the Pittsford, NY man who assaulted Chase Coleman, a black autistic 15-year old, appeared in Rochester, NY City Court Wednesday afternoon.
In court, Rochester, NY City Court Judge Ellen Yacknin offered Macdonald a plea deal which includes 120 hours of community service, with 5 of those hours working with youth who have autism.
The offer, which means that Macdonald would have to plead guilty, would also include that Macdonald attend anger management classes.
Macdonald's attorney said they would have to think about the offer.
Judge Yacknin told Macdonald he would have to make a decision if he will accept the offer, by the next court date which is November 17th.
UPDATED FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5, 2016 10:00 A.M. BY DAVY V.
Martin Macdonald, the Pittsford, NY man who assaulted Chase Coleman, a black autistic 15-year old, appeared in Rochester, NY City Court Friday morning with his attorney, and his wife.
Macdonald pleaded not guilty.
In court, Rochester, NY City Court Judge Caroline Morrison, the same judge who initially refused to issue an arrest warrant for Martin Macdonald, recused herself from the case.
Macdonald is due back in court November 9th.
CHECK OUT MY VIDEO WHERE I ASK MARTIN MACDONALD IF HE IS A RACIST, AS HE ENTERS AND LEAVES HIS ARRAIGNMENT.
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