Domestic Terror Attack - Please Post All Possible Charges and Those Charged Here!!!

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It's because a piece of something, like an atherosclerotic plaque, broke off, and then traveled up to the brain, as you said, then getting stuck in a tiny blood vessel, choking that off, and that's the stroke.

Quite obviously, the reason that piece (or two) broke off, was because of the stress from the riot.


Like a 0.0001% chance that he would've stroked in that manner on Jan 7, in a universe where there was no riot.

The last thing the charging authority is going to do with something like this hot potato, is to charge them if they don't think they can make the case

My hope is they max out these guys on all the charges they can!!

The Old White Fellers don't git that just because something can't be proven in a court or law, doesn't mean it didn't happen or that someone is culpable. Maybe the IRS can audit them for good measure over the last 7 years and see what that uncovers.

Additionally, those clowns that attacked Officer Sicknick can be sued in civil court where the burden of proof is much lower - see Goldman family vs. Ornethal James Simpson, as a reference/recent precedent.
 
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So how do you like living in the future, Blizz?

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Feds Track Down Capitol Rioter With Facial Recognition Hit On His Girlfriend’s Instagram​

Stephen Chase Randolph, federal authorities say, knocked over a U.S. Capitol Police officer manning the barriers at the building, “causing [Officer-1]’s head to hit the stairs behind her, resulting in a loss of consciousness.” He then “continued to assault two other USCP officers by physically pushing, shoving, grabbing, and generally resisting the officers and interfering with their official duties,” the federal officials said.
The FBI released images of Randolph in late January, designating him as #168-AFO because he was wanted for “assault on federal officers.” Members of the loosely affiliated sleuthing group @SeditionHunters dubbed the suspect as #GrayCarharttHat, based on his knit cap, and published additional images of him.

 

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The U.S. Justice Department expects to charge at least 100 more people for taking part in the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol,
signaling prosecutors are far from finished investigating an attack that a judge on Thursday called an act of terrorism.

"Over 400 individuals have been charged in connection with the Capitol attack," federal prosecutors said in a court filing on Thursday. "The investigation continues and the government expects that at least one hundred additional individuals will be charged."
 

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The U.S. Justice Department expects to charge at least 100 more people for taking part in the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol, signaling prosecutors are far from finished investigating an attack that a judge on Thursday called an act of terrorism.

"Over 400 individuals have been charged in connection with the Capitol attack," federal prosecutors said in a court filing on Thursday. "The investigation continues and the government expects that at least one hundred additional individuals will be charged."

Keep going till we get all of the PatriNots rounded up, tried and if appropriate, found guilty and jailed.
 

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The U.S. Justice Department expects to charge at least 100 more people for taking part in the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol, signaling prosecutors are far from finished investigating an attack that a judge on Thursday called an act of terrorism.

"Over 400 individuals have been charged in connection with the Capitol attack," federal prosecutors said in a court filing on Thursday. "The investigation continues and the government expects that at least one hundred additional individuals will be charged."
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The U.S. Justice Department expects to charge at least 100 more people for taking part in the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol, signaling prosecutors are far from finished investigating an attack that a judge on Thursday called an act of terrorism.

"Over 400 individuals have been charged in connection with the Capitol attack," federal prosecutors said in a court filing on Thursday. "The investigation continues and the government expects that at least one hundred additional individuals will be charged."
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The two grannies are heart wrenching to me. I'm sure some of these people were caught up in the moment and some probably legitimately didn't know they broke the law, however, ignorance of the law is not an excuse. All have to be held accountable and this may help reduce the fervor of some in the future.
 
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