In 2008 Joseph Nee was convicted of plotting to attack his old high school with some friends. He was going to use a bomb and his dad's gun. He was convicted of conspiracy to commit murder. He was 21 years old and got a lighter sentence because he ratted his co-conspirator out, although it appears to have later emerged that Nee might have been the mastermind after all. His conviction was upheld in 2010 by the MA State Supreme Court.
He served nine months of a 21.5 year sentence, and is now back out on the streets.
Guess who's on Joe Biden's blue ribbon gun confiscation task force?
Dear old dad, Thomas Nee, president of the Boston Police Patrolman's Union.
Maybe Officer Nee can contribute something to the discussion about securing your duty sidearm in a state that has some of the most severe firearms laws in the country for its subjects, or about parenting techniques for raising a violent felon.
I can't make this shit up. If Joseph Nee had been anyone else, he would be in jail for longer than 1/25th of his sentence, and his dad would have been facing firearms violations in Massachusetts. But he's the child of a wealthy well connected law enforcement officer so he's out on the streets and his dad is advising Joe Biden on how to infringe on the rights of people who are not homicidal lunatics.