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Oath Keepers Leader Charged With Seditious Conspiracy in Jan. 6 Insurrection

 

Stewart Rhodes, the leader and founder of the far-right Oath Keepers militia, was arrested on Thursday and charged with seditious conspiracy for organizing a wide-ranging plot to storm the Capitol last Jan. 6 and disrupt the certification of Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s electoral victory, federal law enforcement officials said.

The arrest of Mr. Rhodes was a major step forward in the sprawling investigation of the Capitol attack and the case marked the first time that prosecutors had filed charges of sedition. According to his lawyer, Jonathon Moseley, Mr. Rhodes was arrested at shortly before 1 p.m.

In case you retards need the definition of sedition, here ya go

 

Sedition
A revolt or an incitement to revolt against established authority, usually in the form of Treason or Defamation against government.

Sedition is the crime of revolting or inciting revolt against government. However, because of the broad protection of free speech under the First Amendment, prosecutions for sedition are rare. Nevertheless, sedition remains a crime in the United States under 18 U.S.C.A. § 2384 (2000), a federal statute that punishes seditious conspiracy, and 18 U.S.C.A. § 2385 (2000), which outlaws advocating the overthrow of the federal government by force. Generally, a person may be punished for sedition only when he or she makes statements that create a Clear and Present Danger to rights that the government may lawfully protect (schenck v. united states, 249 U.S. 47, 39 S. Ct. 247, 63 L. Ed. 470 [1919]).

The crime of seditious conspiracy is committed when two or more persons in any state or U.S. territory conspire to levy war against the U.S. government. A person commits the crime of advocating the violent overthrow of the federal government when she willfully advocates or teaches the overthrow of the government by force, publishes material that advocates the overthrow of the government by force, or organizes persons to overthrow the government by force. A person found guilty of seditious conspiracy or advocating the overthrow of the government may be fined and sentenced to up to 20 years in prison. States also maintain laws that punish similar advocacy and conspiracy against the state government.

 

 

 

 

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when two or more persons in any state or U.S. territory conspire to levy war against the U.S. government. A person commits the crime of advocating the violent overthrow of the federal government when she willfully advocates or teaches the overthrow of the government by force, publishes material that advocates the overthrow of the government by force, or organizes persons to overthrow the government by force. A person found guilty of seditious conspiracy or advocating the overthrow of the government may be fined and sentenced to up to 20 years in prison. States also maintain laws that punish similar advocacy and conspiracy against the state government.

 

 

 

 

when two or more persons in any state or U.S. territory conspire to levy war against the U.S. government. A person commits the crime of advocating the violent overthrow of the federal government when she willfully advocates or teaches the overthrow of the government by force, publishes material that advocates the overthrow of the government by force, or organizes persons to overthrow the government by force. A person found guilty of seditious conspiracy or advocating the overthrow of the government may be fined and sentenced to up to 20 years in prison. States also maintain laws that punish similar advocacy and conspiracy against the state government.

 

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  • 21 minutes ago, 212frawk said:

    when two or more persons in any state or U.S. territory conspire to levy war against the U.S. government. A person commits the crime of advocating the violent overthrow of the federal government when she willfully advocates or teaches the overthrow of the government by force, publishes material that advocates the overthrow of the government by force, or organizes persons to overthrow the government by force. A person found guilty of seditious conspiracy or advocating the overthrow of the government may be fined and sentenced to up to 20 years in prison. States also maintain laws that punish similar advocacy and conspiracy against the state government.

     

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Woke definition.   What illiterate prosecutor came up with that?  No wonder they aren't making the big bucks in the private world. 

Proper grammar defaults to the masculine!!

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You sure got the MAGATS with this one LOL 

One dude charged with something that hasn't even had his day in court yet is your big "told you so" moment? Keep plugging away there, simpleton. 

BTW...where is Ray Epps? And why hasn't he been charged with anything since we have him on video inciting and promoting going into the capitol?

Cute thread tho

 

 

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12 minutes ago, 212frawk said:

I mean, who knew it was a pre-planned effort to violently overthrow the US govt?  this is a shocking development no one could have seen coming.

Where were the guns?

One would think that in an attempt to "overthrow the government", that you might need a firearm or tens of thousands. LOL

The next time you use your brain will be the first

 

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Just now, Philly'sFinest said:

Where were the guns?

One would think that in an attempt to "overthrow the government", that you might need a firearm or tens of thousands. LOL

The next time you use your brain will be the first

At least they found the pipe bombs, right?

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4 minutes ago, 212frawk said:

every time you open your piehole, you expose what a moron you are.  See if you can figure out why these three words prove you are a brain dead idiot. 

The Guzzle Our Pee party has infected him with brain worms. Trump and the rest of the party could do a 6 hour PowerPoint on fox admitting to all the crimes they committed and their voters would still call it a Democrat hoax.

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17 minutes ago, Philly'sFinest said:

where is Ray Epps

“The Select Committee is aware of unsupported claims that Ray Epps was an F.B.I. informant based on the fact that he was on the F.B.I. wanted list and then was removed from that list without being charged,” Tim Mulvey, a spokesman for the House committee, said in the statement. “The Select Committee has interviewed Mr. Epps. Mr. Epps informed us that he was not employed by, working with or acting at the direction of any law enforcement agency on Jan. 5 or 6 or at any other time, and that he has never been an informant for the F.B.I. or any other law enforcement agency.”

 

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1 minute ago, f8ta1ity54 said:

The Guzzle Our Pee party has infected him with brain worms. Trump and the rest of the party could do a 6 hour PowerPoint on fox admitting to all the crimes they committed and their voters would still call it a Democrat hoax.

that's a fact.  their superpower is having no shame.

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9 minutes ago, 212frawk said:

“The Select Committee is aware of unsupported claims that Ray Epps was an F.B.I. informant based on the fact that he was on the F.B.I. wanted list and then was removed from that list without being charged,” Tim Mulvey, a spokesman for the House committee, said in the statement. “The Select Committee has interviewed Mr. Epps. Mr. Epps informed us that he was not employed by, working with or acting at the direction of any law enforcement agency on Jan. 5 or 6 or at any other time, and that he has never been an informant for the F.B.I. or any other law enforcement agency.”

They keep clinging to this story without any actual evidence. Par for the course.

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12 minutes ago, 212frawk said:

“The Select Committee is aware of unsupported claims that Ray Epps was an F.B.I. informant based on the fact that he was on the F.B.I. wanted list and then was removed from that list without being charged,” Tim Mulvey, a spokesman for the House committee, said in the statement. “The Select Committee has interviewed Mr. Epps. Mr. Epps informed us that he was not employed by, working with or acting at the direction of any law enforcement agency on Jan. 5 or 6 or at any other time, and that he has never been an informant for the F.B.I. or any other law enforcement agency.”

This is a veiled admission to being a paid independent consultant.

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Not a fan of Foam Party Boy Rubio but he knocked you guys out of the park with this line.

“I think almost everyone would tell you that what happened on Jan. 6 was a terrible thing and should never have happened and should never happen again,” Rubio said, but he added that “most normal and sane people” wouldn’t be convinced “that our government was almost overthrown by a guy in a Viking hat and Speedos.”

You'd be wrong Marco because we got a bunch of those insane rubes right here on the Buffalo Range! LOL

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17 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

that our government was almost overthrown by a guy in a Viking hat

only sackofshit is stupid enough to fall for this retarded gas lighting..... cause it wasnt the guy in the viking hat (who cried like the rest of those faggots when they got charged), it was these guys.  and others. you know, more than one.

 

According to court documents, Elmer Stewart Rhodes III, 56, of Granbury, Texas, who is the founder and leader of the Oath Keepers; and Edward Vallejo, 63, of Phoenix, Arizona, are being charged for the first time in connection with events leading up to and including Jan. 6. Rhodes was arrested this morning in Little Elm, Texas, and Vallejo was arrested this morning in Phoenix.

In addition to Rhodes and Vallejo, those named in the indictment include nine previously charged defendants: Thomas Caldwell, 67, of Berryville, Virginia; Joseph Hackett, 51, of Sarasota, Florida; Kenneth Harrelson, 41, of Titusville, Florida; Joshua James, 34, of Arab, Alabama; Kelly Meggs, 52, of Dunnellon, Florida; Roberto Minuta, 37, of Prosper, Texas; David Moerschel, 44, of Punta Gorda, Florida; Brian Ulrich, 44, of Guyton, Georgia and Jessica Watkins, 39, of Woodstock, Ohio

The seditious conspiracy indictment alleges that, following the Nov. 3, 2020, presidential election, Rhodes conspired with his co-defendants and others to oppose by force the execution of the laws governing the transfer of presidential power by Jan. 20, 2021. 

 

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3 minutes ago, 212frawk said:

only sackofshit is stupid enough to fall for this retarded gas lighting..... cause it wasnt the guy in the viking hat (who cried like the rest of those faggots when they got charged), it was these guys.  and others. you know, more than one.

According to court documents, Elmer Stewart Rhodes III, 56, of Granbury, Texas, who is the founder and leader of the Oath Keepers; and Edward Vallejo, 63, of Phoenix, Arizona, are being charged for the first time in connection with events leading up to and including Jan. 6. Rhodes was arrested this morning in Little Elm, Texas, and Vallejo was arrested this morning in Phoenix.

In addition to Rhodes and Vallejo, those named in the indictment include nine previously charged defendants: Thomas Caldwell, 67, of Berryville, Virginia; Joseph Hackett, 51, of Sarasota, Florida; Kenneth Harrelson, 41, of Titusville, Florida; Joshua James, 34, of Arab, Alabama; Kelly Meggs, 52, of Dunnellon, Florida; Roberto Minuta, 37, of Prosper, Texas; David Moerschel, 44, of Punta Gorda, Florida; Brian Ulrich, 44, of Guyton, Georgia and Jessica Watkins, 39, of Woodstock, Ohio

The seditious conspiracy indictment alleges that, following the Nov. 3, 2020, presidential election, Rhodes conspired with his co-defendants and others to oppose by force the execution of the laws governing the transfer of presidential power by Jan. 20, 2021. 

And not one of them is of fighting age. 

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8 minutes ago, 212frawk said:

only sackofshit is stupid enough to fall for this retarded gas lighting

Nah that's you... the Insurrection where no shots were fired and no one had a weapon. No one has been charged with insurrection and during testimony an FBI employee could not confirm or deny that some of the instigators worked for intelligence agencies. I'll bet in kindergarten you were the kid who couldn't figure out which shapes to put in which holes because you have zero ability to put the pieces of the puzzle together. But anyway, enough wasting time on a mental midget like you.

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28 minutes ago, 212frawk said:

doesnt matter how many times you repeat a lie, its still a lie.  

Suck on it spin doctor.

 

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