Discovery Channel’s Swamp Brother Sentenced to One Year in Prison for Snake Trafficking

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Discovery Channel’s Swamp Brother Sentenced to One Year in Prison for Snake Trafficking

Former Discovery Channel star Robert Keszey of Swamp Brothers fame has been sentenced to one year in prison for his role in trafficking protected snak

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Former Discovery Channel star Robert Keszey of Swamp Brothers fame has been sentenced to one year in prison for his role in trafficking protected snakes that were captured in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. Keszey and his business partner Robroy MacInnes were sentenced December 8. MacInnes received 18 months. They are owners of Glades Herp Farm in Florida, one of the largest mail order reptile retailers in the United States as well as the base in which Swamp Brothers was filmed.


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Former Discovery Channel star Robert Keszey of Swamp Brothers fame.

After the pair are released from prison, they will serve three years of supervised release. MacInnes will pay a $4,000 fine and Keszey will pay a $2,000 fine. 

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