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    Four more Oath Keepers indicted for participating in Capitol attack

    [QUOTE]Four additional members of the Oath Keepers, a far-right militia group that took part in the storming of the US Capitol on 6 January, have been indicted for participating in the event.
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    An opera singer who once played Carnegie Hall participated in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, where she attacked a federal police officer with a flag pole, federal authorities said this week.

    Audrey Ann Southard, 52, of Spring Hill, Florida, was charged Tuesday with a host of offenses, including assault on a federal officer, after she was captured on video yelling, "Tell Pelosi, we are coming for that b----," according to an affidavit supporting her arrest.

    Southard's alleged role at the Capitol, where protesters egged on by then-President Donald Trump's unsubstantiated claims of election fraud tried to overturn the 2020 election results, occurred on a remarkably different stage than the one she graced seven-and-a-half years earlier.

    "The tipster told the FBI that SOUTHARDRUMSEY, while using her Facebook profile, posted an image that captured her in front of the Capitol Building with the caption "DC Taking it back!!," according to the FBI.FBI

    The soprano performed at New York City's Carnegie Hall, one of the classical music world's most revered venues, on May 2, 2013, records showed and a spokeswoman for the concert hall said Friday.

    Southard performed that day with Finnish pianist Liisa Pimia, concert hall records showed. A critic said her performance was "attractive, unforced," adding, "I was glad to hear this fine singer moving ahead in her artistry."

    Southard made it to the famous stage with performances the previous year in the Ibla Grand Prize Bellini International Vocal Competition. It was unclear where Southard's career went after Carnegie Hall.

    Her LinkedIn account says she teaches voice and piano under the business name Voxx Mechanix LLC, based in Spring Hill. She could not be reached by phone Friday, but she said in an email that she did not wish to comment.

    "Thank you for contacting me. DON'T EVER DO IT AGAIN! Have a nice day. Audrey," she wrote.


    The FBI learned about Southard through a tipster, who led agents to the suspect's social media, where she boasted about her travels: "DC Taking it back!"

    "'Going to DC tomorrow...Patriot's vs Traitors' and 'We The People are making a declaration...1776!!'" the FBI said Southard wrote in since-deleted postings.

    The arrest affidavit said Southard drove from Florida with two other people and stayed at the Historic Powhatan Resort in Williamsburg, Virginia, on the night of Jan. 5.

    The next day, she entered the Capitol through the Rotunda Door on the building's east side at 2:26 p.m., the FBI said, citing security footage.

    She confronted a U.S. Capitol Police sergeant, telling him: "There's a hundred thousand of us, what's it going to be? Last friend, last bullet. What's it going to be?"

    She eventually grabbed a flag pole and used it to shove the officer, identified as "Sgt. V," through the doors of the House floor, where he struck his head on a marble statue of Lafayette.

    "Sgt. V felt like he was being trampled during the ordeal," investigators said in the affidavit.



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    When I heard an opera singer was arrested, I was hoping it was my ex Victoria's Secret co-worker. She is such a bitch!

    I heard the Republicans are trying to sweep this whole thing under the rug.
    I wish we could sweep them all under the rug.
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    Chicago police officer charged in connection with US Capitol breach

    Karol J. Chwiesiuk is at least the 10th individual from Illinois charged in connection with the U.S. Capitol breach, and he is the fourth on that list from the Chicago area.


    Federal authorities have arrested a Chicago police officer for his alleged role in the January breach of the U.S. Capitol that interrupted the Electoral College vote count and has led to a sprawling criminal investigation.

    Karol J. Chwiesiuk is charged with five misdemeanor counts and appeared remotely before U.S. Judge Gabriel Fuentes in Chicago Friday, where he was given a $15,000 unsecured bond.

    Fuentes further ordered Chwiesiuk to surrender his FOID card and not possess a weapon or keep weapons in his home while he awaits trial. He also cannot travel to Washington.

    The criminal complaint filed against Chwiesiuk Friday alleges he used a racial slur in a text message and bragged about being inside the Capitol where he was seen wearing a CPD hoodie.

    Three days before the riot, Chwiesiuk texted an associate, saying he was ?busy planning how to f?- up commies? during a conversation about unsuccessful lawsuits that had been filed to dispute the results of President Joe Biden?s election, federal prosecutors said. He then allegedly traveled from Chicago to Washington and joined the mob that stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6.

    In a text message on Jan. 6, he allegedly bragged that he ?knocked out a commie last night.? Chwiesiuk also took photos of himself at the Capitol ? including inside the building ? while wearing a tan hoodie with a Chicago police logo on the breast, according to the complaint.

    In another message, Chwiesiuk wrote ?There?s so many blacks here I?m actually in disbelief? and in a message the following week about being inside the Capitol, he texted a racial slur, writing ?N?-a don?t snitch,? the complaint alleges.

    A selfie Chwiesiuk sent in a text message during the riot appears to show him inside U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley?s office. Chwiesiuk was also identified as being inside the Capitol in several other photographs.

    Chwiesiuk was arrested around 8 a.m. Friday.

    Chwiesiuk has been stripped of his police powers and assigned to desk duty, according to his attorney, Tim Grace, a lawyer for the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 7 that represents rank-and-file CPD officers.

    Chwiesiuk was hired by the CPD in December 2018 and lives on the Northwest Side with his parents, Grace said. He previously worked as a deputy with the Cook County sheriff?s office.

    Most recently, Chwiesiuk was assigned to the Harrison District on the West Side, Grace said.

    Chwiesiuk is at least the 10th individual from Illinois charged in connection with the U.S. Capitol breach, and he is the fourth on that list from the Chicago area. Earlier this week, federal authorities charged Christian Kulas, of Kenilworth, in connection with the breach.

    Federal prosecutors in Washington, D.C., also filed a superseding indictment this week against Kevin J. Lyons that leveled additional charges against the Chicago man originally charged in January for his alleged role in the breach.

    Hundreds of people have been charged nationwide in connection with the riot at the U.S. Capitol, and a staggering amount of evidence has been collected. Prosecutors have said it will likely amount to the largest investigation in U.S. history.
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    A father and son duo who lead a Florida church have been arrested in connection with the Jan. 6 Capitol riot after a member of their congregation, who also faces charges from the mob attack, helped link authorities to the men.

    The U.S. Attorney?s Office for the District of Columbia announced Thursday that James ?Jim? Varnell Cusick Jr., and his son, Casey Cusick, had both been charged with knowingly entering and remaining in a restricted area and disorderly or disruptive conduct in a restricted building, as well as violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.

    According to court documents, the FBI received anonymous tips earlier this year that the Cusicks, who lead the Global Outreach Ministries church in Melbourne, Fla., along with church member David Lesperance, had traveled to Washington, D.C., and allegedly entered the Capitol on Jan. 6 and took videos while inside.

    Authorities said that Lesperance in a voluntary interview ?admitted that his pastor was also present at President Trump?s speech and then at the U.S. Capitol afterwards,? but refused to identify his pastor by name.

    Authorities said in the court filings that they were then able to obtain cellphone data associated with the men, as well as Lesperance?s iCloud account, through which they found location data indicating that the men were located in an area that included the inside of the Capitol building on Jan. 6.

    FBI agents also found cellphone photos taken of the Cusicks before and after the riot, in which they were wearing the same clothes they were allegedly seen wearing in Capitol security footage and body-worn camera footage from law enforcement.

    According to Department of Justice (DOJ) records, the Cusicks and Lesperance each made their initial court appearance at the U.S. District Court in Orlando, where they were released on $25,000 bond each, a court spokesperson told local CBS affiliate station WKMG.

    The father, 72, founded the Melbourne church, according to its website, with Casey Cusick, 35, listed as the vice president in business filing documents.

    Jim Cusick, who according to the church?s website has four children and seven grandchildren, describes himself as ?a world traveler, having been to more than 25 countries.?

    It was not immediately clear if the father and son had lawyers representing them in the case.

    Six Proud Boys involved in Capitol riot may have plea deals in the...
    DOJ charges first Capitol rioters suspected of attacking media

    The Hill has reached out to Global Outreach Ministries for comment on the charges.

    The filings came the same day Attorney General Merrick Garland announced that authorities had now arrested more than 500 individuals in connection with the Jan. 6 riot that occurred as lawmakers were meeting to certify President Biden?s 2020 election win.

    The DOJ on Thursday also filed charges against its first Capitol rioter suspected of attacking a member of the media.
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    "WE SWARMED THE CAPITOL,
    THOUGH. HOT DAMN, LEADING THE CHARGE. GETTIN? IT ON."

    Florida Man Timothy Earl O?Malley, who wore a helmet with a ?TRUMP IS MY PRESIDENT? stickers when he stormed the Capitol, has been arrested.
    More at:
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    Trump praises Jan. 6 rioters as ‘patriots’ and ‘peaceful people’

    https://www.nydailynews.com/news/pol...mbu-story.html

    Former President Donald Trump has nothing but praise for his fanatical supporters who stormed the U.S. Capitol in January.

    The ex-commander-in-chief called those who attacked the Capitol on Jan. 6 “peaceful people” and “patriots” in a jaw-dropping interview aired on Fox News’s “Sunday Morning Futures.”

    Trump supporters besieged the Capitol, following a speech he gave in Washington that day, as Congress was meeting to finalize Electoral College results of the November 2020 presidential election.

    Several people have been charged with crimes stemming from the rampage, in which five people lost their lives.

    The House of Representatives subsequently impeached Trump for “incitement of insurrection.”

    However, Senate Republicans prevented him from being punished, and most GOP leaders have fallen in line with Trump’s Twilight Zone-version of events surrounding last year’s presidential election.

    “The crowd was unbelievable and I mentioned the word ‘love.’ The love in the air — I’ve never seen anything like it,” Trump was quoted as saying by Politico. “That’s why they went to Washington.”

    He also praised Ashli Babbitt — an Air Force veteran who was fatally shot as she tried to enter a blockaded passage during the siege — as an “an innocent, wonderful, incredible woman.”

    “There is no repercussion. [If] that were on the other side, it would be the biggest story in this country. Who shot Ashli Babbitt? People want to know and why,” Trump said.

    Recent polls have found most Republicans remain in thrall to Trump since his election defeat. He was scheduled to speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Dallas on Sunday afternoon.

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    Trump praises Jan. 6 rioters as ‘patriots’ and ‘peaceful people’

    https://www.nydailynews.com/news/pol...mbu-story.html

    Former President Donald Trump has nothing but praise for his fanatical supporters who stormed the U.S. Capitol in January.

    The ex-commander-in-chief called those who attacked the Capitol on Jan. 6 “peaceful people” and “patriots” in a jaw-dropping interview aired on Fox News’s “Sunday Morning Futures.”

    Trump supporters besieged the Capitol, following a speech he gave in Washington that day, as Congress was meeting to finalize Electoral College results of the November 2020 presidential election.

    Several people have been charged with crimes stemming from the rampage, in which five people lost their lives.

    The House of Representatives subsequently impeached Trump for “incitement of insurrection.”

    However, Senate Republicans prevented him from being punished, and most GOP leaders have fallen in line with Trump’s Twilight Zone-version of events surrounding last year’s presidential election.

    “The crowd was unbelievable and I mentioned the word ‘love.’ The love in the air — I’ve never seen anything like it,” Trump was quoted as saying by Politico. “That’s why they went to Washington.”

    He also praised Ashli Babbitt — an Air Force veteran who was fatally shot as she tried to enter a blockaded passage during the siege — as an “an innocent, wonderful, incredible woman.”

    “There is no repercussion. [If] that were on the other side, it would be the biggest story in this country. Who shot Ashli Babbitt? People want to know and why,” Trump said.

    Recent polls have found most Republicans remain in thrall to Trump since his election defeat. He was scheduled to speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Dallas on Sunday afternoon.
    Man! Trump is trying to gaslight all the sane people.
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    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...out&li=BBnbfcL

    'That makes no sense at all': GOP senators dispute Trump's characterizations of the January 6 rioters

    GOP senators disagreed with former President Donald Trump's characterization of the Capitol rioters after he called them "peaceful" and "great people."

    Trump appeared in an interview with Fox News host Maria Bartiromo on Sunday, repeating false claims that the 2020 election was rigged, and praised the pro-Trump mob that breached the Capitol on January 6.
    "I think that what people saw with their own eyes reflects a different reality," GOP Sen. John Cornyn of Texas told HuffPost's Igor Bobic.
    Sen. Shelley Capito, a Republican from West Virginia, also disputed Trump's characterization of the insurrection.

    "That makes no sense at all. I dispute his facts tremendously," she told Bobic.

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    https://www.cnn.com/2021/07/13/polit...tol/index.html

    Feds arrest 5 family members from Texas in new US Capitol riot case

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    I moved an awesome subthread to:
    http://mydeathspace.com/vb/showthrea...t-of-the-story

    Wouldn't want it to get lost in and among the MAGAdots
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    https://www.wesh.com/article/winderm...-riot/37039261

    Windermere officer arrested by FBI in connection with US Capitol riot

    According to Windermere police, Officer Kevin Tuck has been charged with:

    • Obstruction of an official proceeding, aiding and abetting

    • Entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds

    • Disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building or grounds

    • Entering and remaining in the gallery of Congress

    • Disorderly conduct in a Capitol building

    • Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building

    Tuck has been a member of the Windermere Police Department since May of 2019.
    On July 15, Tuck was arrested and resigned immediately.

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    https://www.cnn.com/2021/07/20/polit...rry/index.html

    Third member of Oath Keepers' January 6 conspiracy case pleads guilty and will cooperate with prosecutors

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    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news...spect-n1274918

    Bumble dating app trips up another Capitol riot suspect
    Andrew Quentin Taake, 32, is accused of pepper-spraying and assaulting police officers, federal authorities said.

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    https://www.cnn.com/2021/07/28/polit...cop/index.html

    Ex-cop who stormed US Capitol is jailed after buying 37 guns and posting that 'violence' is better than 'peaceful protest'


    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/ju...out&li=BBnb7Kz

    Judge revokes pre-trial release of former Virginia cop facing Jan 6 charges

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    Well, ain't he a peach? Who would have thought that someone who would try to violently overthrow the government would also be capable of attempted murder of a family member?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston Babe 73 View Post
    Well, ain't he a peach? Who would have thought that someone who would try to violently overthrow the government would also be capable of attempted murder of a family member?
    Yeah. Surprise, Surprise.
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    https://newrepublic.com/article/1631...gainst-america

    Donald’s Plot Against America

    Now, he and his GOP enablers are peddling the Second Big Lie: that January 6 was just legitimate protest. It’s the crucial ingredient in convincing America to return them—and him—to power.

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    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world...id=mailsignout

    A bodybuilding Trump fan photographed dragging a police officer during the Capitol riot has been arrested after a months-long hunt by internet sleuths
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    Arrest warrant for issued Alex Jones' sidekick Owen Shroyer of InfoWars

    https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article...r-capitol-riot



    https://twitter.com/RonFilipkowski/s...21465718267908
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    https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/wire...pitol-79724567

    West Virginia woman pleads guilty to entering US Capitol

    A college student from West Virginia who was seen taking a “Members Only” sign near the Senate chambers after entering the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 with supporters of former President Donald Trump pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count Monday.

    Gracyn Dawn Courtright of Hurricane, West Virginia, entered the plea by conference call before a federal judge in Washington, D.C., to a charge of knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted building or grounds. Other charges were dismissed in a plea agreement with prosecutors, including one count of theft of government property under $1,000.

    She faces up to six months in prison and a $9,500 fine. Sentencing was set for Nov. 16. She remains free on a personal recognizance bond.

    Courtright, a mathematical economics major at the University of Kentucky, initially bragged that the occupation of the Capitol was making “history” and said she thought “it was cool,” according to an FBI affidavit in support of a criminal complaint and arrest warrant. Later, she deleted her Instagram account.

    She told the judge Monday that she also withdrew from the school, and that she's scheduled to appear before a college board in December.

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    https://abcnews.go.com/US/capitol-po...ry?id=79661976

    7 Capitol Police officers sue Trump, Roger Stone, Proud Boys over Jan. 6 attack

    The lawsuit, filed on Thursday in federal court, alleges that the defendants violated the federal KKK Act and the D.C. Bias Related Crimes Act, both of which protect victims of prejudice against political violence and intimidation.

    "Trump and other Defendants propagated false claims of election fraud, encouraged the use of force, intimidation, and threats, and incited violence against members of Congress and the law enforcement officers whose job it was to protect them," the lawsuit says. "Defendants' unlawful efforts culminated in the January 6 mass attack on the United States Capitol and the brutal, physical assault of hundreds of law enforcement officers. Many Defendants in this case planned, aided, and actively participated in that attack. All Defendants are responsible for it."

    The suit alleges that because Trump and his associates targeted majority-minority communities in their allegations of election fraud, the attack on the Capitol drew white supremacists who hurled racial epithets at officers.

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    Okay. So hear me out. I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but you have to admit that it's not exactly out of the realm that something is being planned by the psycho Trumpers/Qidiots. I mean, they already pulled the shit on 1/6 which proves how dangerous stupidity can get.

    In the past 24 hours I've seen these three things and it has me thinking that there's something planned by the MAGA nuts on 9/17. This was the first thing I saw. It's a friend from high school that I NEVER thought would be a right wing nut job, she was always an outcast weirdo like me and the rest of our little group. She RARELY posts anything to Facebook, but posted about how she was happy that Wisconsin has made it illegal for companies to require vaccination for employment. That sent up a red flag for me, so I checked out her page and she was tagged in this:



    Then, this morning "Angry Staffer" on Twitter retweeted this. They've been pretty accurate with their sources even if they lean left and supposedly worked the WH during Trump being in office. This is a REP that said this:



    THEN, I was tagged in this this morning through a friend. Now, it seems extreme to me, but the date stuck out to me since its the SAME DATE as the "Fight for our Freedom" rally that my other friend was tagged in:

    I copied/pasted from one of my groups. This pretty much sums up exactly what I'm thinking about everything.

    So a spoiled, entitled terrorist in a pickup truck that cost more than every vehicle I've ever owned put together (including bicycles, skateboards and shoes) threatened to blow up the Library of Congress.

    It doesn't matter if he was ranting about "Allah akhbar" or "stop the steal". It makes no difference if he blindly obeys Osama bin Laden or Orange bin Laden. It's all the same.

    Islamic fanatic, white nationalist or just an angry and confused simpleton who believes whatever he sees on Facebook that reinforces his pre-existing beliefs, it's all the same.

    This is why we had to haphazardly abandon our anti-terrorism efforts in Afghanistan. We have our own terrorists calling for "bloodshed" to contend with right here. One fascist death cult is pretty much the same as another. The Taliban nextdoor is a more immediate threat than the one on the other side of the world.

    Both kinds of terrorist share the same goal, replacing our Constitutional democracy with some form of theological fascism. The only difference being that one group prays to Mecca and the other prays to Mara Largo.

    The American Taliban is planning to stage a pro-terrorism rally in Washington one week after the 20th anniversary of 9/11... classy.

    The rally is meant to support the traitors who attacked our country on 1/6 with the intention of stopping the certification of a free and fair election as prescribed by the Constitution.

    Violence against civilians waged for political purposes is the very definition of "terrorism".

    The American Taliban seems a bit more tainted with the base alloy of hypocrisy than their Muslim brethren. You never see Islamofascists wrapping themselves in American flags and pretending to be Constitution loving patriots while they're plotting the death of America.
    I checked the date and it's a Friday. That got me to thinking. Are there rallies everywhere across the US set for this date at State Buildings? And why a Friday when most demonstrations would be scheduled for a Saturday or Sunday? Unless..... They want people inside of those buildings.

    Y'all. I think these psychos have a planned shindig to storm all of the capitols that day. It's not as if they haven't already tried and failed to pull this kind of thing off before and they've had 9 months to plan it.


    Please tell me I'm not crazy thinking this shit.
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