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Schenectady heroin dealer silent, gets 7 years

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Judge Richard C. Giardino practically begged Taron Gibson to say that he wasn’t guilty.

A jury convicted Gibson of selling heroin, but Giardino said he wasn’t convinced.

He didn’t buy Gibson’s convoluted story of how he was in Georgia while his license plates were switched so someone else could pretend to be him during a drug sale. But the judge still wasn’t convinced that Gibson was a criminal.

Before he sentenced Gibson, he directly ...

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