Suspect In Rand Paul Aide Knifing Released From Jail Day Before, Sentence Reduced

  • A man accused of stabbing a U.S. Senate staffer in Northeast D.C. on Saturday was released from federal prison 24 hours earlier, court records show.
  • D.C. Superior Court records show Glynn Neal was sentenced to 12 years in prison in March 2011 from a June 2010 arrest on pandering and first-degree sex abuse charges. Prosecutors said Neal forced two women into prostitution.
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