A self-described “survivalist” is now faced with surviving 30 days up the river.
Alexander Wang, a 20-year-old CUNY student, was sentenced to 30 days in jail after being convicted Friday of taking a bag full of weapons into Trump Tower.
Wang was found guilty of weapons charges by Judge Steven Statsinger in a non-jury trial, the New York Post reported.
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The student tried to enter the Fifth Ave. building that bears President Donald Trump’s name and houses his home and office on Dec. 12 with a suspicious collection of items, to include a knife, garrote, handcuffs, water gun, an M-100 firecracker and a black rope, The Post reported.
“I’m deeply concerned about the lack of judgment that would bring a person into Trump Tower with those items,” Statsinger said.
Assistant District Attorney Adam Birnbaum said a laptop in Wang’s bag had a “library of sadistic videos,” including violent video downloads of “terrorist acts,” The New York Daily Mail reported.
Wang, who did not pass “Go” and did not collect $200, was sent straight to jail to serve his 30-day sentence.
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