National Guard cancels training due to funding impasse

D.C. 07/26/21, 00:46

National Guardsmen postponed training exercises after U.S. Congress failed to reimburse the National Guard Bureau's months-long deployment to Washington during the January 6 riots. Maj. Scott Ingalsbe confirmed six Nebraska National Guard events have been canceled to save money. The Nebraska National Guard spokesman revealed there is no money to conduct ...

Floridian faces up to 20 years in jail for 10-minute visit to Congress

D.C. 07/19/21, 22:27

Joseph Hackett could receive a 20-year prison sentence for spending just 10 minutes at the U.S. Capitol grounds. The Florida man allegedly joined the January 6 riots and was indicted on May 28. Paul Allard Hodgkins is the first person formally sentenced to spend eight months behind bars for allegedly entering ...

FBI seized Capitol constructed Lego set from alleged riot leader

D.C. 07/07/21, 22:32

Investigators seized a "completely completed U.S. Capitol Lego set" and a notebook containing instructions on how to form a "hometown militia" from Robert Morss, 27, court records published by The Smoking Gun revealed. Robert Morss is accused of leading rioters in one of the most intense and prolonged fights with police ...

Was the Capitol assault orchestrated by the FBI?

D.C. 06/18/21, 02:41

Could the FBI have orchestrated the assault on the Capitol on January 6 of this year? That's the question analysts and politicians are asking these days in the wake of information coming to light about the role intelligence agents infiltrated among Trump supporters. On June 14, the website Revolver News published a ...

Antifa and BLM members may have entered Capitol first, video reveals

D.C. 06/11/21, 16:18

While the Biden administration is accused of a lack of transparency in blocking access to 14,000 hours of video of the protesters' access to the Capitol on Jan. 6, one video appears to contradict the officially pushed narrative.   This video shows the first people to enter the building wearing black and ...

Capitol riot lawsuits: Only one out of 400 has accepted a plea bargain

U.S. 05/22/21, 21:54

More than four months after some of the first guilty pleas were offered for those charged following the Capitol insurrection, only one of more than 400 defendants has accepted the prosecutors' deal.  According to Reuters, the difficulties in reaching plea agreements are due to conflict over evidence handling. The prosecutors set ...

Ashli Babbitt’s lawyer to submit lawsuit against Capitol Police

U.S. 04/28/21, 03:24

The lawyer for Ashli Babbitt, the pro-Trump protester who was shot and killed inside the United States Capitol on Jan. 6, has confirmed that a lawsuit will be submitted against the United States Capitol Police. TrendingPolitics reports that lawyer Terry Roberts said that he and Babbitt's family were disappointed in the ...

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