Man Behind HK Parts Sentenced To Four Years In Prison

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Bearing Arms

Adam Webber, the brain behind online gun parts site HK Parts, was sentenced to four years in prison recently. Despite pleas from family and friends, the judge was unmoved by a speech given by Webber apologizing for his actions.

U.S. District Judge Dee Benson was unmoved by a crestfallen apology from a Salt Lake County businessman on Thursday.

“I think deceit is one of his most apparent characteristics. I’m not even sure about the speech he gave me today,” Benson said of the apology before sentencing 40-year-old Adam Michael Webber on one count of dealing firearms without a license and five counts of tax fraud.

He sentenced Webber to four years in a federal prison and a $100,000 fine, shocking family and friends who sat behind the defendant in the courtroom to offer their support. They had submitted letters calling Webber generous

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