The "chutzpah" award of the day goes to Bryan Laurenti. Who argues that it's substantively unreasonable to sentence him to three years in prison for helping to operate a "pump and dump" scam. Despite the fact that he made tons of people lose money, continues to deny responsibility, and transferred assets to his ex-wife to attempt to avoid his restitution obligations.
Be glad it was Judge Hatter instead of me. Because three years was the middle of the guidelines range. I might have imposed the top end.
Then you'd really complain.