The DC jury reached a verdict in the Proud Boys case on Thursday.
The jury agreed that the government proved the existence of seditious conspiracy (a complete joke).
Proud Boy Ethan Nordean – guilty of seditious conspiracy
Proud Boy Joe Biggs – guilty of seditious conspiracy
Proud Boy Zachary Rehl – guilty
Proud Boy founder Enrique Tarrio – guilty of seditious conspiracy
The FBI created and planted evidence in the Proud Boys’ group chat. The kangaroo court ignored this truth.
TGP’s Cara Castronuovo’s reaction, “I am heartbroken.”
4 of the 5 PROUD BOYS, including Enrique Tarrio, all found GUILTY of SEDITIOUS CONSPIRACY. I am heartbroken, disgusted and afraid to be an America right now. There is NO justice. Like I said a million times- YOUR next. THE BIDEN REGIME IS OF CONTROL. God, help us all – we need a… pic.twitter.com/RVrVtB5NOa
— Cara Castronuova (@CaraCastronuova) May 4, 2023
Julie Kelly reaction.
Proud Boys verdicts. F*cking insanity pic.twitter.com/pwg0AHe86P
— Julie Kelly 🇺🇸 (@julie_kelly2) May 4, 2023
This is such a disgusting abuse of the legal system in America.
What a tragic day in US history.
NBC reported (legacy media warning):
The liberal DOJ used a Civil War era statute against the Proud Boys in order to find them ‘guilty.’
Four members of the far-right Proud Boys organization were found guilty Thursday of seditious conspiracy in connection with the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Enrique Tarrio, Joseph Biggs, Ethan Nordean, Dominic Pezzola and Zachary Rehl each faced nine counts. All but Pezzola were found guilty on the rare charge of seditious conspiracy under a Civil War-era statute. Tarrio, Biggs, Nordean and Rehl were also found guilty of conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding.
The jury reached only a partial verdict and remains split on whether Pezzola is guilty of the seditious conspiracy and conspiracy to obstruct charges. U.S. District Judge Timothy J. Kelly has instructed jurors to continue deliberating on multiple outstanding charges.
Pezzola — who was caught on video smashing in a window with a Capitol Police shield during the breach, and who admitted to his behavior on the stand — was separately charged with stealing the police shield and found guilty Thursday.