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David Bass in a First Class Mess

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David Bass, a familiar face in the Washington media scene could face up to 20 years in prison if he is convicted of interfering with a flight member, a “terrorist act” while riding first class on a flight from Houston to Washington.

Bass, a Washington media consultant, journalist and PR-type has been charged of drunkenly disregarding and intimidating a flight attendant according the Examiner.

Bass worked for The Weekly Standard, National Journal, Campaigns & Elections, The Hill and The Washington Times prior to his PR career.

For more details on this story, check out Click’s interview with David or the Washington Examiner.

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