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Some folks take great pride in their ignorance and go out of their way to flaunt it, even to exaggerate it. They like to show it off like they are wearing a lair of the latest Air Jordans. I don't get

You are talking about folks that were taking selfies, some with their company IDs hanging from their necks. Burner phones to cover their tracks?  I'm surprised they didn't order delivered pizzas

They found out white people can be arrested for rioting.

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4 hours ago, Raz'r said:

Damn right, those fuckers KNEEL during the NA!

Outrageous.

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3 hours ago, hobie1616 said:

Maybe Jennifer was getting a little on the side with Kenneth.

I think you may be onto something here.

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5 hours ago, hobie1616 said:

Maybe Jennifer was getting a little on the side with Kenneth.

So it would seem - I don't think that is her husband in this photo.   Strange how stupid these people were/are.

FBI Task Force Member's Wife Arrested for Rioting at Capitol

Here's another picture of Kenneth - I think it is the same person as above:  

FBI: Bridgeville man was 'ring leader' of local group that stormed U.S.  Capitol | Local News | observer-reporter.com

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4 more men linked to Proud Boys are charged in Capitol siege

Four men described as leaders of the far-right Proud Boys group have been charged in the U.S. Capitol riot, as an indictment ordered unsealed on Friday presents fresh evidence of how federal officials believe group members planned and carried out a coordinated attack to stop Congressfrom certifying President Biden’s electoral victory.

So far, at least 19 leaders, members or associates of the Proud Boys have been charged in federal court with offenses related to the Jan. 6 insurrection. The latest indictment suggests the Proud Boys deployed a much larger contingent in Washington, with more than 60 online users “participating in” an encrypted messaging channel for group members that was created a day before the Capitol assault.

The Proud Boys abandoned an earlier channel and created the new “Boots on the Ground” channel after police arrested the group’s top leader, Enrique Tarrio, in Washington. Tarrio was arrested on Jan. 4 and charged with vandalizing a Black Lives Matter banner at a historic Black church during a protest in December. He was ordered to stay out of the District of Columbia.

“This was not simply a march. This was an incredible attack on our institutions of government,” Assistant U.S. Atty. Jason McCullough said during a recent hearing on Nordean’s case.

Prosecutors have said the Proud Boys arranged for members to communicate using specific frequencies on Baofeng radios. The Chinese-made devices can be programmed for use on hundreds of frequencies, making them difficult for outsiders to eavesdrop.

After Tarrio’s arrest, Donohoe expressed concern that their encrypted communications could be “compromised” when police searched the group chairman’s phone, according to the new indictment. In a Jan. 4 post on a newly created channel, Donohoe warned members that they could be “looking at Gang charges” and wrote, “Stop everything immediately,” the indictment says.

“This comes from the top,” he added.

A day before the insurrection, Biggs posted on the Boots on the Ground channel that the group had a “plan” for the night before and the day of the riot, according to the indictment.

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6 hours ago, hobie1616 said:

A day before the insurrection, Biggs posted on the Boots on the Ground channel that the group had a “plan” for the night before and the day of the riot, according to the indictment.

Might that "plan" for the night before involve a meeting at the Trump Hotel?

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46 minutes ago, Bus Driver said:

Might that "plan" for the night before involve a meeting at the Trump Hotel?

Maybe they were going to go to Comet Pingpong for a nice pizza pie..... In the basement...

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Oopsie....

From Axios

Michael Sherwin, the federal prosecutor who until recently was leading the criminal investigation into the Capitol riots, told CBS' "60 Minutes" Sunday that evidence indicates sedition charges will be laid against some suspects.

Why it matters: Few people have faced this Civil War-era charge, which makes it a crime to conspire or overthrow the government. But Sherwin told CBS' Scott Pelley "the evidence is trending towards that" charge "and probably meets those elements."

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8 minutes ago, MauiPunter said:

Does this mean firing squads or hangings?

According to code either 20 years in the clink or big fine, In my mind a firing squad or two would make the rabble toe the line. And they need to toe the line.

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4 hours ago, Navig8tor said:
4 hours ago, MauiPunter said:

Does this mean firing squads or hangings?

According to code either 20 years in the clink or big fine, In my mind a firing squad or two would make the rabble toe the line. And they need to toe the line.

Public flogging

Changes hearts and minds really really quick

- DSK

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4 hours ago, Navig8tor said:

According to code either 20 years in the clink or big fine, In my mind a firing squad or two would make the rabble toe the line. And they need to toe the line.

Seditious conspiracy...up to 20 years plus fine. 

but

Rebellion or Insurrection...up to 10 years plus fine, plus incapable of holding any office under the United States of America. 

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Whoever incites, sets on foot, assists, or engages in any rebellion or insurrection against the authority of the United States or the laws thereof, or gives aid or comfort thereto, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.

 

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44 minutes ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

Seditious conspiracy...up to 20 years plus fine. 

but

Rebellion or Insurrection...up to 10 years plus fine, plus incapable of holding any office under the United States of America. 

 

and how is it, exactly, that orange hitler is not charged with this? what am i missing?

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21 minutes ago, basketcase said:

and how is it, exactly, that orange hitler is not charged with this? what am i missing?

I think they are a long way from being done charging.  Even the people currently charged may not be done being charged. 

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24 minutes ago, basketcase said:

and how is it, exactly, that orange hitler is not charged with this? what am i missing?

 

I also am gobsmacked that the insurger in chief has so far skated on this???

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30 minutes ago, basketcase said:

and how is it, exactly, that orange hitler is not charged with this? what am i missing?

And every elected official and civil service employee that supported Trump in his false claims of "stop the steal".

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16 minutes ago, basketcase said:

and how is it, exactly, that orange hitler is not charged with this? what am i missing?

A thought provoking question indeed, hard to level sedition charges without charging the former feller with incitement at least,  I particularly like the seditous conspiracy wording and the no holding of office ever in the U.S.

It would be a nice bookend to the twice impeached former guys failed political career.

Of course the conspiracy theorists would insist it was a railroad job by the DemocRAT Dictatorship.

If Biden and Harris stayed removed from the process it might just be the DOJ actually doing their job.

Paging William Barr for some thought provoking questions under oath.

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3 minutes ago, Navig8tor said:

 

Paging William Barr for some thought provoking questions under oath.

Billy Barr has already demonstrated he has no problem lying to congress under oath.  Would it be any different in a courtroom?

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5 minutes ago, bridhb said:

Billy Barr has already demonstrated he has no problem lying to congress under oath.  Would it be any different in a courtroom?

The penalty for lying in a courtroom is significantly more serious than for lying to Congress.

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2 minutes ago, bridhb said:

Billy Barr has already demonstrated he has no problem lying to congress under oath.  Would it be any different in a courtroom?

What Bus just said, Bullshitters always tell lies in congress, but courts prefer to play "lies have consequences" the difference is subtle and what remains for the most part is the unvarnished truth.

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33 minutes ago, Bus Driver said:

The penalty for lying in a courtroom is significantly more serious than for lying to Congress.

There are penalties...look at Cohen. It's just that something near half of the people being lied-to in Congress didn't mind when AG Barr did it, because his party affiliation meant more to them than his country affiliation. 

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3 hours ago, Steam Flyer said:

Public flogging

Changes hearts and minds really really quick

- DSK

And they should continue until the national morale improves.

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The rioter next door: How the Dallas suburbs spawned domestic extremists

Hope for Trump's return is fervent in Frisco and across the northern Dallas suburbs, an area of rapid growth and rapidly increasing diversity. Nineteen local residents have been charged in connection with the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, according to federal authorities, one of the largest numbers in any place in the country.

Many of the rioters came from the "mainstream of society," according to the FBI's Dallas field office, including three real estate agents, a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel, an oilman and an actor who once appeared on the popular television show "Friday Night Lights." They were driven by a "salad bowl of grievances," the FBI said, including anger over the presidential election, white-supremacist ideology and the discredited extremist ideology QAnon, which holds that Trump will save the world from a cabal of Satan-worshipping pedophiles.

Their groundless claims are being fed by conservative politicians and from the pulpits of large, powerful evangelical churches with teachings that verge on white nationalism, both motivated by fear that they are losing a largely white, conservative enclave that views these changes with suspicion.

More arrests are coming, and North Texas remains a focus for investigators who expect to charge as many as 400 people from across the country in the attack on the Capitol.

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4 minutes ago, hobie1616 said:

 

More arrests are coming, and North Texas remains a focus for investigators who expect to charge as many as 400 people from across the country in the attack on the Capitol.

Thet isn't jist unfar. It is Sew Unfar. 

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Trump wanted 10 years for anyone throwing paint on statues. I hope they use his metric for the misdemeanors.

 

Two months into one of the biggest criminal investigations in U.S. history, prosecutors are preparing to start plea discussions as early as this week with many of the more than 300 suspects charged in the U.S. Capitol riot — even as investigators race to piece together larger conspiracy cases against those suspected of the most serious crimes, according to people familiar with the discussions.

The planned plea talks follow efforts by the D.C. U.S. attorney’s office, which is overseeing the prosecutions, to first create a system for efficiently organizing what they expect will be upward of 400 criminal cases and the growing pile of associated evidence, these people said. Like others, they spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss an ongoing investigation.

“We hope to start extending plea offers within the next week or so,” said one person familiar with the investigation.

FBI agents and prosecutors are rushing to understand the actions and intentions of not just individuals, but also extremist groups like the Proud Boys and Oath Keepers, and exactly how a mob of roughly 800 people broke into the Capitol on Jan. 6 — a process that has drawn complaints from some defendants who argue their cases are being delayed to accommodate the Justice Department’s heavy workload.

“The way to think about this is that they are approaching it the same way they would approach organized-crime cases,” said Peter Skinner, a former federal prosecutor in New York who has managed large conspiracy cases. “The key difference is, organized-crime cases are typically investigated under wraps, with wiretaps, but in this case, the FBI has to work backward.”

The blistering pace of the FBI’s work was highlighted in an indictment unsealed late last week against alleged Proud Boys organizers, saying the four men charged and others not yet named scrambled to arrange new communications channels in the days before the riot, apparently out of concern that police could review their previous messages to one another.

More: https://www.washingtonpost.com/national-security/capitol-riot-investigation-plea-deals/2021/03/19/161221bc-88ca-11eb-8a8b-5cf82c3dffe4_story.html

 

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Unrest in Nut Country.

“When Obama was elected, it was an opportunity for these folks to start to get organized,” Simi said. “And when Trump came along, it was another opportunity for somebody on their side who was emboldening.”

The result is one of the most concentrated sources of hate speech and right-wing extremism in the United States, Simi said.

Suburban radicals: Inside the resurgence of right-wing extremism in Orange County

They invoked the incendiary language and imagery of the Holocaust, appearing with banners that portrayed opponents as Hitler. They held “Curfew Breaker” street parties that became a magnet for white nationalists. And one of their members started a “Patriot” group whose efforts to patrol Black Lives Matter events became a source of worry for families wrestling with increased racism on their own streets.

These affluent suburbanites seemed unlikely revolutionaries, but they illustrate the resurgence of right-wing extremism in Orange County at a time when major demographic shifts have turned the region from a deep-red bastion into a more racially and politically diverse community.

They included Alan Hostetter, a ponytailed retired police officer who taught yoga; Russ Taylor, an entrepreneur who called his red Corvette the “Patriot Missile” and ran a graphics design business that boasted of working with Fortune 500 companies; Morton Irvine Smith, the scion of one of Orange County’s most famous developer dynasties; and Leigh Dundas, a lawyer best known for her fiery crusade against childhood immunization laws.

On Jan. 6, three of the four were part of the crowd that swarmed the U.S. Capitol.

Social media pictures showed Hostetter and Taylor grinning from one of the terraces while the Capitol was under siege, and Dundas at the door of the building during the deadly insurrection.

Three weeks later, the FBI searched the homes of Hostetter and Taylor, employing a SWAT team and flash-bangs during the raid on Taylor’s house. Neither has been arrested or charged.

But in the aftermath, the four went largely silent — declining to speak or, when they did, minimizing their roles.

In his private Telegram channel, Taylor portrayed himself as the victim. “The fbi is fully weaponized against patriots,” he said in a message reposted to Facebook. “I never went into the Capitol, no violence no damage to property. All this for waving a flag and singing the national anthem!”

Taylor’s lawyer offered a different description, conceding his client carried a knife onto Capitol grounds but saying he didn’t enter the building and was “caught up in a wave of rhetoric and excitement.”

“Russ Taylor is a normal person who got very emotionally wrapped up in his belief in those freedoms that made America the America he believes in,” Dyke Huish told The Times.

What happened, Taylor’s lawyer said, is a “cautionary tale of when there’s too much political noise that one can’t see clearly.”

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2 hours ago, AJ Oliver said:

To be even halfway fair, the sentences for the insurrectionists 

should be comparable to those meted out to the King's Bay Plowshares 7. 

https://www.commondreams.org/news/2020/10/16/kings-bay-plowshares-7-activists-sentenced-2018-anti-nuclear-protest-georgia-naval

That seems to be a reasonable starting point. Mind you I'd prefer to see them sentenced to say 2000 hours supervised community service rather than sitting in jail but a fair compromise would be community service during the day and sleeping in a cell at night.

Chain gangs cleaning pigeon shit off of public buildings with toothbrushes would give them time to contemplate the wisdom of their actions.

FKT

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2 hours ago, Fah Kiew Tu said:

That seems to be a reasonable starting point. Mind you I'd prefer to see them sentenced to say 2000 hours supervised community service rather than sitting in jail but a fair compromise would be community service during the day and sleeping in a cell at night.

Chain gangs cleaning pigeon shit off of public buildings with toothbrushes their tongues would give them time to contemplate the wisdom of their actions.

FKT

Or at least shut them the fuck up.

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7 hours ago, Fah Kiew Tu said:

Chain gangs cleaning pigeon shit off of public buildings with toothbrushes would give them time to contemplate the wisdom of their actions.

That is still a thing in much of the US. While hanging out in the little library in Apalachicola, FL we had several nice chats with the young guys in the orange suits cleaning up the place. 

I'm good with community service and jail at night for the insurrectionists. 

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Don't you feel sorry for him

Oath Keeper Who Stormed Capitol Is Struggling to Cope Because He’s a ‘Family Man’ with ‘No Previous Experience’ Being Jailed, Lawyers Claim

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39 minutes ago, Not for nothing said:

one more< way to much botox

A police detective filed for divorce from his wife after she was photographed with another man at the Capitol riot

Jennifer Heinl

Told ya!!

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2 hours ago, hobie1616 said:
3 hours ago, Not for nothing said:

one more< way to much botox

A police detective filed for divorce from his wife after she was photographed with another man at the Capitol riot

Jennifer Heinl

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Told ya!!

Yep.  Costly little trip for her.

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It would appear that intellectual challenges are are rather widespread amongst the insurrectionists.

As if we needed more illustrations of that fact.

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15 minutes ago, SloopJonB said:

It would appear that intellectual challenges are are rather widespread amongst the insurrectionists.

As if we needed more illustrations of that fact.

As one of the leaders of the insurrection said "No reasonable person would have actually listened to my bullshit". (Paraphrased for @Dog)

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40 minutes ago, Raz&#x27;r said:

As one of the leaders of the insurrection said "No reasonable person would have actually listened to my bullshit". (Paraphrased for @Dog)

Doggie went and rolled in the bullshit again..... knows not to turn up here cause he gonna get washed.

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Former Green Beret, Army reservist who wore Hitler mustache jailed pending trial on Jan. 6 Capitol riot charges

Timothy Hale-Cusanelli, an Army reservist and military contractor, was ordered detained on charges of civil disorder and related ones. Prosecutors said at his hearing that his supervisor at a U.S. naval base was suspended for defending Hale-Cusanelli against allegations that he held white-supremacist views.

Hale-Cusanelli ran an antisemitic podcast, wore a Hitler mustache to work and shared violent, racist fantasies with colleagues, prosecutors said. After the Capitol breach, which disrupted Congress’s confirmation of the 2020 presidential election results and the peaceful transfer of power, Hale-Cusanelli expressed hope for a “civil war, at a time when we’re having concerns about that in this country,” Assistant U.S. Attorney James Nelson said.

Zucker had submitted a letter to the court from someone who supervised Hale-Cusanelli at Naval Weapons Station Earle in New Jersey, saying his subordinate was “slandered in the press in regards to him being a ‘white supremacist.’ ” However, the supervisor has been placed on administrative leave after prosecutors revealed that he told the Naval Criminal Investigative Service in January that Hale-Cusanelli was a Nazi sympathizer whom he had cautioned about “joking but not” racist comments. Thirty-four of the 44 colleagues interviewed by investigators agreed that Hale-
Cusanelli held “extremist or radical views pertaining to Jewish people, minorities, and women.”

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On 3/23/2021 at 12:37 PM, Not for nothing said:

one more< way to much botox

A police detective filed for divorce from his wife after she was photographed with another man at the Capitol riot

Jennifer Heinl

Fekkin weird looking woman

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19 minutes ago, dylan winter said:

Fekkin weird looking woman

So was Michael Jackson. Too much plastic surgery.

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On 3/23/2021 at 8:37 AM, Not for nothing said:

one more< way to much botox

A police detective filed for divorce from his wife after she was photographed with another man at the Capitol riot

Jennifer Heinl

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Fekkin weird looking woman

She looks like she's wearing mask, or is made up for some kind of freakish vampire movie.

Generally I don't like to comment on peoples' looks but 1- that ice is broken and 2- it's clear that she thinks she's hot

- DSK

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26 minutes ago, Raz&#x27;r said:

Clearly not, nor was there a coup attempt because it didn’t succeed.

No harm, no foul.

 

Too bad about all the damage and dead people.

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12 hours ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

I fully expect one of them to seek leniency by naming folks in DC who were involved.  Congresscritters, WH aids, and The Former Guy & Family are certainly not out of the question.

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10 hours ago, Raz&#x27;r said:

Clearly not, nor was there a coup attempt because it didn’t succeed.

They just needed to take a shit.  WHen you gotta go you gotta go. And the dangdest thing happened when they got in the Capitol to express their GOPatriotism...

 

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Parlor and others warned the feds about Jan 6th, 

which seems to greatly increase the probability 

that the capitol police were deliberately hung out to dry.  

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More on Hitler Junior.

Portrait of a capitol rioter: openly antisemitic with a Hitler-style mustache and a military career

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A navy contractor who prosecutors say “has access to a variety of munitions”, Hale-Cusanelli might seem like an outlier among the masses who attacked the Capitol on 6 January. But the darker truth is that Hale-Cusanelli was one of dozens of former or current members of the military who have been investigated or charged in connection with the Capitol riot – at a time when the Pentagon warns white supremacy and white nationalism within the military pose a serious threat for the US armed forces. The criminal complaint said Hale-Cusanelli, who worked at Naval Weapons Station Earle, a support base for military ships, “has access to a variety of munitions”.

Prosecutors said that on 14 January a confidential source used a listening device to record a conversation with Hale-Cusanelli.

“During this conversation, Hale-Cusanelli admitted to entering the Capitol and encouraging other members of the mob to ‘advance’ – giving directions via both voice and hand signals,” charging documents said. “Hale-Cusanelli told the [source] that if they’d had more men they could have taken over the entire building.” In the recording Hale-Cusanelli also admitted taking a flag and flagpole which he later observed another rioter throw “like a javelin” at a Capitol police officer, the criminal complaint said.

One navy seaman remembered Hale-Cusanelli saying that if he was a Nazi “he would kill all the Jews and eat them for breakfast, lunch and dinner”. A navy petty officer said Hale-Cusanelli had stated that “Jews, women and Blacks were on the bottom of the totem pole”.

 

 

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Y'all miss the insurrectionist point entirely . . 

This lady will straighten you out . . 

I am definitely not going to jail. Sorry I have blonde hair white skin a great job a great future and I'm not going to jail.

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7 hours ago, AJ Oliver said:

Y'all miss the insurrectionist point entirely . . 

This lady will straighten you out . . 

I am definitely not going to jail. Sorry I have blonde hair white skin a great job a great future and I'm not going to jail.

 

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5 hours ago, Navig8tor said:

Oh she’s gonna be popular, in jail.

Lets hope so. 

I think she's gonna find out just exactly how mean the damn Mean Girlz can really be

- DSK

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32 minutes ago, Steam Flyer said:

I think she's gonna find out just exactly how mean the damn Mean Girlz can really be

- DSK

Maybe not, I think she'll eat it up.  

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Alleged Capitol rioter called for public lynching of a Black police officer, prosecutors say

Prosecutors said Miller threatened to "hug his neck with a nice rope" and that "he will swing." Miller allegedly sent a picture of a rope tied to a noose to an associate over Instagram and said, "I had a rope in my bag that day."

Investigators said that when they searched Miller's home in Texas, they found two ropes, several firearms, ammunition, body armor, and a crossbow.

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4 minutes ago, hobie1616 said:

Alleged Capitol rioter called for public lynching of a Black police officer, prosecutors say

Prosecutors said Miller threatened to "hug his neck with a nice rope" and that "he will swing." Miller allegedly sent a picture of a rope tied to a noose to an associate over Instagram and said, "I had a rope in my bag that day."

Investigators said that when they searched Miller's home in Texas, they found two ropes, several firearms, ammunition, body armor, and a crossbow.

Plus a large dildo and a portrait of Lindsey Graham.

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9 minutes ago, hobie1616 said:

Alleged Capitol rioter called for public lynching of a Black police officer, prosecutors say

Prosecutors said Miller threatened to "hug his neck with a nice rope" and that "he will swing." Miller allegedly sent a picture of a rope tied to a noose to an associate over Instagram and said, "I had a rope in my bag that day."

Investigators said that when they searched Miller's home in Texas, they found two ropes, several firearms, ammunition, body armor, and a crossbow.

Just more proof of how good a christian she is. If she was a muslim, it would have been a crescent bow.

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'I Did Nothing Wrong': Jenna Ryan Says She Won't Face Jail for Capitol Riot

From her tweets about heil-ing Hitler to her unabashed support of the alleged Kenosha shooter, Jenna Ryan sure knows how to agitate her social media followers. Last week, the embattled Frisco real estate broker again enraged many when she appeared to tweet that her blond hair and white skin amount to a get-out-of-jail-free card.

Ryan became an international target of derision after she flew on a private plane to attend the Jan. 6 “Stop the Steal” rally in Washington. There, she allegedly participated in the storming of the U.S. Capitol, livestreaming herself entering the building and posing next to broken windows.

Although she faces four federal charges, including violent entry and disorderly conduct in a Capitol building, Ryan is certain she won’t serve any time.

On Thursday, Ryan tweeted a picture of herself posing with her criminal attorney, Guy Womack, at The Adolphus Hotel in Dallas. The two had met to discuss the “protesting charges” against her, Ryan wrote.

The post sparked a wave of criticism, with Twitter users calling her out on her decision to describe her Capitol activities as a form of protest.

“'Protesting’ oh, you meant the insurrection!” wrote user @DadWarped.

But her Twitter followers really let her have it after Ryan replied to someone’s Oprah Winfrey GIF, which showed the talk show host pointing and exclaiming, “You goin’ to jail.”

In a reply, Ryan argued that her defense is airtight.

“Definitely not going to jail,” Ryan wrote. “Sorry I have blonde hair white skin a great job a great future and I'm not going to jail. Sorry to rain on your hater parade. I did nothing wrong.”

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12 minutes ago, Ishmael said:

"Frisco" real estate broker? There's a Frisco in Texas?

Part of the Dallas-Ft. Worth metro area.  Suburb NW of downtown Dallas

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4 minutes ago, SloopJonB said:

I suspect she'll get an extra year or two if the judge finds out about that.

Why doesn't her smooth talkin" lawyer tell her to shut up?  He probably wants to make more bucks on her appeal.

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30 minutes ago, hobie1616 said:
35 minutes ago, SloopJonB said:

I suspect she'll get an extra year or two if the judge finds out about that.

Why doesn't her smooth talkin" lawyer tell her to shut up?  He probably wants to make more bucks on her appeal.

I bet her lawyer doesn't give a fuck, he's boning her and figures having her go to jail will be easier than breaking up with her.

- DSK

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40 minutes ago, Steam Flyer said:

I bet her lawyer doesn't give a fuck, he's boning her and figures having her go to jail will be easier than breaking up with her.

- DSK

More than likely.  The "jet" ride to DC turned out to be a booty call gone bad.

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How America’s surveillance networks helped the FBI catch the Capitol mob

Debra Maimone pulled down her American flag mask for a moment on Jan. 6 and gazed at the unruly mob of supporters of President Donald Trump overrunning the U.S. Capitol.

“Put your mask on,” warned her fiance, as the couple stood beneath an unblinking array of surveillance cameras. “I don’t want them to see you.”

It was too late.

That scene, recorded in a cellphone video Maimone posted to the social media site Parler, helped FBI agents identify the Pittsburgh-area couple and pinpoint their location inside the Capitol, FBI agents said in a federal criminal complaint filed before Maimone’s arrest last month.

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What's the current count of arrested people? Anybody know?

Is there an estimate of the numbers for the original crowd?

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37 minutes ago, SloopJonB said:

What's the current count of arrested people? Anybody know?

Is there an estimate of the numbers for the original crowd?

Investigators for the District of Columbia says they have identified over 540 suspects and arrested 275 to date in connection with the Capitol siege. (March 5)

Since supporters of then-President Donald Trump swarmed the US Capitol on January 6 — forcing Congress to go into lockdown and damaging the halls of government — 390 people have been arrested and charged with crimes. (March 31)

It's growing quickly

The original crowd, according to Dog, was 82 people.

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