Tourists trespassing.........

Steve G

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Just more evidence of tourists trees.......hmmm.....errrrrr............

Don't you just love the phrase "seditious conspiracy". It just sounds so legally menacing. No like trespassing or loitering but "seditious conspiracy" so menacing, so felonious, so damning.......


Federal prosecutors on Friday secured a second guilty plea and cooperation deal with a member of the Oath Keepers militia group charged in the government's seditious conspiracy case stemming from the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol.

The 44-year-old pleaded guilty to two felony charges of seditious conspiracy and obstruction of an official proceeding, both of which carry maximum sentences of 20 years in prison and fines up to $250,000. As outlined in his plea, Ulrich's estimated offense level carries a sentencing range between 63-78 months, though the government could recommend a lesser sentence based on the extent of his cooperation.

Ulrich also admitted he traveled to Washington, D.C., on Jan. 4 with the knowledge that other members of the group had stored firearms at a hotel in Virginia, where prosecutors say a number of Oath Keepers were stationed on Jan. 6 as part of a heavily armed "Quick Reaction Force" in case the group wanted to transport weapons into the city.

Ahead of his trip, Ulrich said he purchased tactical gear and other equipment, including two-way radio receivers, which he carried with him inside the Capitol.

Traitors getting punished for treasonous activities...........soooo satisfying......oh and look at them turn on each other like a bunch of prison yard snitches, really speaks to the depth of their "convictions" (oh) to the cause..........
 
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Just more evidence of tourists trees.......hmmm.....errrrrr............

Don't you just love the phrase "seditious conspiracy". It just sounds so legally menacing. No like trespassing or loitering but "seditious conspiracy" so menacing, so felonious, so damning.......


Federal prosecutors on Friday secured a second guilty plea and cooperation deal with a member of the Oath Keepers militia group charged in the government's seditious conspiracy case stemming from the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol.

The 44-year-old pleaded guilty to two felony charges of seditious conspiracy and obstruction of an official proceeding, both of which carry maximum sentences of 20 years in prison and fines up to $250,000. As outlined in his plea, Ulrich's estimated offense level carries a sentencing range between 63-78 months, though the government could recommend a lesser sentence based on the extent of his cooperation.

Ulrich also admitted he traveled to Washington, D.C., on Jan. 4 with the knowledge that other members of the group had stored firearms at a hotel in Virginia, where prosecutors say a number of Oath Keepers were stationed on Jan. 6 as part of a heavily armed "Quick Reaction Force" in case the group wanted to transport weapons into the city.

Ahead of his trip, Ulrich said he purchased tactical gear and other equipment, including two-way radio receivers, which he carried with him inside the Capitol.

Traitors getting punished for treasonous activities...........soooo satisfying......oh and look at them turn on each other like a bunch of prison yard snitches, really speaks to the depth of their "convictions" (oh) to the cause..........
GDP just shrunk by 1.4% Stock market is tanking every day. And this is what you post.

You really suck at this.
 

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Just more evidence of tourists trees.......hmmm.....errrrrr............

Don't you just love the phrase "seditious conspiracy". It just sounds so legally menacing. No like trespassing or loitering but "seditious conspiracy" so menacing, so felonious, so damning.......


Federal prosecutors on Friday secured a second guilty plea and cooperation deal with a member of the Oath Keepers militia group charged in the government's seditious conspiracy case stemming from the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol.

The 44-year-old pleaded guilty to two felony charges of seditious conspiracy and obstruction of an official proceeding, both of which carry maximum sentences of 20 years in prison and fines up to $250,000. As outlined in his plea, Ulrich's estimated offense level carries a sentencing range between 63-78 months, though the government could recommend a lesser sentence based on the extent of his cooperation.

Ulrich also admitted he traveled to Washington, D.C., on Jan. 4 with the knowledge that other members of the group had stored firearms at a hotel in Virginia, where prosecutors say a number of Oath Keepers were stationed on Jan. 6 as part of a heavily armed "Quick Reaction Force" in case the group wanted to transport weapons into the city.

Ahead of his trip, Ulrich said he purchased tactical gear and other equipment, including two-way radio receivers, which he carried with him inside the Capitol.

Traitors getting punished for treasonous activities...........soooo satisfying......oh and look at them turn on each other like a bunch of prison yard snitches, really speaks to the depth of their "convictions" (oh) to the cause..........
When are we going to start seeing the seditious conspiracy charges and felonious assault charges for the 18th month insurrection in Portland? Or maybe, when will Hunter Biden be charged with felony tax evasion and jailed without bond.
 

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Just more evidence of tourists trees.......hmmm.....errrrrr............

Don't you just love the phrase "seditious conspiracy". It just sounds so legally menacing. No like trespassing or loitering but "seditious conspiracy" so menacing, so felonious, so damning.......


Federal prosecutors on Friday secured a second guilty plea and cooperation deal with a member of the Oath Keepers militia group charged in the government's seditious conspiracy case stemming from the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol.

The 44-year-old pleaded guilty to two felony charges of seditious conspiracy and obstruction of an official proceeding, both of which carry maximum sentences of 20 years in prison and fines up to $250,000. As outlined in his plea, Ulrich's estimated offense level carries a sentencing range between 63-78 months, though the government could recommend a lesser sentence based on the extent of his cooperation.

Ulrich also admitted he traveled to Washington, D.C., on Jan. 4 with the knowledge that other members of the group had stored firearms at a hotel in Virginia, where prosecutors say a number of Oath Keepers were stationed on Jan. 6 as part of a heavily armed "Quick Reaction Force" in case the group wanted to transport weapons into the city.

Ahead of his trip, Ulrich said he purchased tactical gear and other equipment, including two-way radio receivers, which he carried with him inside the Capitol.

Traitors getting punished for treasonous activities...........soooo satisfying......oh and look at them turn on each other like a bunch of prison yard snitches, really speaks to the depth of their "convictions" (oh) to the cause..........

If only rhe government had this sort of focus on the people who rioted and set fire to churches during the summer of love.

LdN
 

Steve G

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Meh, it wasn’t an insurrection. You will know it when it happens and it will be organic.
1/6 was a nothing burger and a set up. This is all theater.
and yet people, your poole are going to jail on felony convictions, serious federal, felony convictions. Ask them or their wives or children how much of a nothing burger this is. What is interesting is how none of you have any righteous indignation at Cheeto for this. He and his minions clearly incited these poor, gullible schmucks into seditious conspiracy (god I love the sound of that so wooooodyyyy). They are going to prison on felony convictions their lives are in ruins, their families' lives are in ruins. Whats happening to Trump, Stone, Eastman Meadows etc? The gullible, easily manipulated fools going to prison and those guys are going out to dinner. hell Cheeto still raising money off this and your team still sending him money!! You all are like abused children who despite to abuse they experience they still "have to" love the abusing parent. Next thing you cons are going to be taking up the cause of restoring voting rights to felons who have served their time (oh).........
 
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Just more evidence of tourists trees.......hmmm.....errrrrr............

Don't you just love the phrase "seditious conspiracy". It just sounds so legally menacing. No like trespassing or loitering but "seditious conspiracy" so menacing, so felonious, so damning.......


Federal prosecutors on Friday secured a second guilty plea and cooperation deal with a member of the Oath Keepers militia group charged in the government's seditious conspiracy case stemming from the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol.

The 44-year-old pleaded guilty to two felony charges of seditious conspiracy and obstruction of an official proceeding, both of which carry maximum sentences of 20 years in prison and fines up to $250,000. As outlined in his plea, Ulrich's estimated offense level carries a sentencing range between 63-78 months, though the government could recommend a lesser sentence based on the extent of his cooperation.

Ulrich also admitted he traveled to Washington, D.C., on Jan. 4 with the knowledge that other members of the group had stored firearms at a hotel in Virginia, where prosecutors say a number of Oath Keepers were stationed on Jan. 6 as part of a heavily armed "Quick Reaction Force" in case the group wanted to transport weapons into the city.

Ahead of his trip, Ulrich said he purchased tactical gear and other equipment, including two-way radio receivers, which he carried with him inside the Capitol.

Traitors getting punished for treasonous activities...........soooo satisfying......oh and look at them turn on each other like a bunch of prison yard snitches, really speaks to the depth of their "convictions" (oh) to the cause..........

01/06 a day that will live in infamy. LOL
 

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and yet people, your poole are going to jail on felony convictions, serious federal, felony convictions. Ask them or their wives or children how much of a nothing burger this is. What is interesting is how none of you have any righteous indignation at Cheeto for this. He and his minions clearly incited these poor, gullible schmucks into seditious conspiracy (god I love the sound of that so wooooodyyyy). They are going to prison on felony convictions their lives are in ruins, their families' lives are in ruins. Whats happening to Trump, Stone, Eastman Meadows etc? The gullible, easily manipulated fools going to prison and those guys are going out to dinner. hell Cheeto still raising money off this and your team still sending him money!! You all are like abused children who despite to abuse they experience they still "have to" love the abusing parent. Next thing you cons are going to be taking up the cause of restoring voting rights to felons who have served their time (oh).........
Give it a break Steve. No conservative on this board supports violence and lawbreakers. There were obviously a few bad apples that set things off and all of us think they should be punished.
 
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