United States District Court, D. Columbia.
GEORGI VASILEV PLETNYOV, also known as ANDRZEJ STANISLAW SLUSARCZYK, Defendant, Pro se, BUTNER, NC.
For GEORGI VASILEV PLETNYOV, also known as ANDRZEJ STANISLAW SLUSARCZYK, Defendant: Joanne D. Slaight, LEAD ATTORNEY, LAW OFFICES OF JOANNE D. SLAIGHT, Washington, DC.
For NIKOLAY GEORGIEV MINCHEV, also known as MICHAEL PIERCE, Defendant: Mark John Carroll, LEAD ATTORNEY, LAW OFFICES OF MARK J. CARROLL, Potomac, MD.
For IVAYLO VASILEV PLETNYOV, Reg. No. 29473-016, CENTRAL TREATMENT FACILITY, also known as FLOYD BEVERDIGE, also known as GEORGI BLAGOEV STEFANOV, Defendant: Edward Charles Sussman, LEAD ATTORNEY, LAW OFFICES OF EDWARD C. SUSSMAN, Washington, DC.
For GEORGI BOYCHEV GEORGIEV, also known as JOSEF VEBR, also known as BRIAN BEHRENDT, also known as JIRI MUCHA, also known as SASO BIZJAK, Defendant: Joseph Roll Conte, LEAD ATTORNEY, LAW OFFICES OF J.R. CONTE, P.L.L.C., Washington, DC.
For ROMAN TEODOR, also known as DORO, Defendant: Bernard S. Grimm, LEAD ATTORNEY, Washington, DC; S. Rebecca Brodey, PRO HAC VICE, COZEN O'CONNOR, Washington, DC.
For USA, Plaintiff: Lisa Caroline Page, LEAD ATTORNEY, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, Washington, DC; Rebecca Antonette Staton, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, Criminal Division, Washington, DC.
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER
PAUL L. FRIEDMAN, United States District Judge.
This matter is before the Court on defendant Georgi Vasilev Pletynov's pro se motion to reduce his sentence. The government opposes the motion. Upon consideration of the parties' written submissions, the relevant case law, and the entire record in the case, the Court will deny the defendant's motion.
On April 11, 2011, the defendant pleaded guilty, without a plea agreement, to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, in violation
of 18 U.S.C. § § 371 and 1343 (Count One), and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1956(h) (Count Two). Minute entry dated April 11, 2011; Judgment at 2; see United States v. Pletnyov, 525 F.App'x 1, 2 (D.C. Cir. 2013). On September 2, 2011, the Court sentenced the defendant to 60 months on Count One and 64 months on Count Two, the terms to be served concurrently. Judgment at 2. The parties agreed that this final sentence would reflect a reduction for the time the defendant spent imprisoned overseas under the United States arrest warrant. Sept. 2, 2011 Tr. at 5:18-6:7, 47:13-16. The Court ultimately determined that the defendant was held under the U.S. arrest warrant in Poland for ...