- Jan 25, 2019
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When Craig rants, nobody pays any attention. Craig is 10 paragraphs of overwrought blathering nonsense, followed by an obnoxious GIF.
If you look very hard, you can see one unifying theme to his mental illness: white hot hatred for our federal intelligence agencies.When Craig rants, nobody pays any attention. Craig is 10 paragraphs of overwrought blathering nonsense, followed by an obnoxious GIF.
In audio recordings, public in January. So when you say there's no evidence of insurrection, you mean there's some evidence of insurrection.
“You are executing citizen’s arrest,” one person responded. “Arrest this assembly, we have probable cause for acts of treason, election fraud.”
This is progress that we're now focusing on the guys who actually committed violence at the riot. This guy could get up to 8 years for what he did. Lock him up.
‘I Fed Him To The People’: Trump Fan Indicted For Dragging Cop Into Capitol Mob By The NeckJack Wade Whitton, known to online Capitol attack sleuths as “Scallops,” helped set off the “Sedition Hunters” community. The feds want him held until trial.
Federal prosecutors have requested an emergency stay to prevent the release of Capitol defendant Jack Wade Whitton, who was arrested last week after he was identified as the Trump fan captured on film dragging a D.C. police officer by the neck down the steps of the Capitol and into a violent mob.
Whitton, who the feds say is the man who wore a “TRUMP 2020” hat as he brutally assaulted officers at the Capitol, was indicted by a federal grand jury on a host of federal charges. The Georgia CrossFit enthusiast was one of the first suspects who became the target of online “Sedition Hunters” who have sought to identify the violent insurrectionists who tried to stop the certification of the election on Jan. 6. They nicknamed the suspect “Scallops” because an overhead photo of him dragging a police officer down a set of Capitol steps by the neck showed him wearing what one online investigator called a “distinctive scalloped grey backpack.”
“The defendant assaulted an officer with a weapon — a crutch — and while doing so, kicked another officer who had been forced to the ground by a separate rioter. The defendant then dragged the officer he assaulted with a crutch into the mob, pulling him by the head, in a prone position, down a flight of steps. The evidence shows that the defendant is a danger to the community,” prosecutors wrote.
Obviously you haven't been following along. I've been the single most vocal opponant of the Patriot Act on this forum since day 1.
Based on what we've seen so far, there's no shot these people are convicted of sedition, or insurrection. None.
If the rioters were to physically assault law enforcement that were attempting to stop crimes being committed during the course of the riot, absolutely. It will be very hard to find any Moderates on this board, like myself, that would disagree with this sentiment.This is progress that we're now focusing on the guys who actually committed violence at the riot. This guy could get up to 8 years for what he did. Lock him up.
Furthermore, we can now use these same charges against BLM, Antifa and like minded protesters if they riot following the Derek Chauvin trial.
If the rioters were to physically assault law enforcement that were attempting to stop crimes being committed during the course of the riot, absolutely.
Heads up Fellas!
At least one of the Capitol riot defendants has flipped against the Proud Boys, agreeing to provide information that could allow the Justice Department to bring a more severe charge against the group's leadership, according to an attorney involved in the case.
The development is the first indication that people charged in the insurrection are cooperating against the pro-Trump extremist group. Federal prosecutors have made clear they are focused on building conspiracy cases against leadership of the Proud Boys and paramilitary groups like the Oath Keepers.