I suspect there will be page after page of
suspect woke up at 06:55. Alarm played I'm Free by the Who
suspect entered bathroom at 06:56
suspect got dressed Jeans (faded levi's) and white T shirt at 07:04
suspect descended stairs at 07:05 and yawned
suspect said good morning to
etc etc etc
He must have been a 'very naughty boy' (with homage to Monty Python) to have made the feds take that level of interest in him. It is a pity that in doing do, they took their eyes off of other even badder people in the Boston Area.
joking apart and honestly,
I can't see what was so serious/life threatening/treasonable that caused the Feds to take that level on interest in him. However, I do suspect that having done so, they saw that this pretty innocious charge of copying was the foot in the door and they needed to show the bosses in DC that there was some return on their investment so they put the squeeze on the DA to throw the book at him.
no proof but why else would she keep saying we are going to press for the maximum sentence?
If found guilty, he could well have spent more time in jail than a murderer. How can his crime be regarded as being more serious than that? The US Justice is IMHO anything but Just.