You seem quite content with your opinion of Greenman. I am quite content with how I view him also. I can do nothing about the fact that I have an opinion I value above your assumption of facts.According to my sufi that would all depend on how 'forgiving' Greenman is of other crime sentences depending upon the crime and what kind of person commits them. You seem sure he would be consistent and his posting here certainly does not point to any kind of consistency at all as he constantly defends the criminals of the right, including in trying to overthrow elections.
My understanding of what you refer to as Sufism may amount to little in transforming my ego, but it has helped me to actually considered the fact that my judgments when assumed factual may be my real enemy. I still make them I am sure, and if challenged would probably reflexively deny it, but I hope some tiny part of me knows that I don't know anything. I did once end the personal suffering I experience at an incapacitating level owing to an insight that was sparked by a mystical tradition. For that tremendous gift I can never be thankful enough. I saw in a flash that an assumption I had made regarding the need for meaning was meaningless which changed my life. Thinking you know what you don't is a kind of prison, one of one's own making.