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rsbs
Veteran Advisor

So much for Doxxing the Jan 6th Protesters

The Justice Department Is Struggling With January 6 Protest Cases — an Overview – RedState

It looks like a struggle to prosecute people that walk through an open door, with Capital police officers standing by the door, and into a public building.

Who would have thought that could happen, right?

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JCCWIS
Senior Contributor

Re: So much for Doxxing the Jan 6th Protesters

Did you forget that  DT's followers  broke a window to get inside to open the door ???

Oh I know.....show me where that happened.....Its all on video tape....look for yourself!!

sam1wiseone
Senior Contributor

Re: So much for Doxxing the Jan 6th Protesters


@JCCWIS wrote:

Did you forget that  DT's followers  broke a window to get inside to open the door ???

Oh I know.....show me where that happened.....Its all on video tape....look for yourself!!


Anyone breaking a window and forcing their way in should and will be charged. 

Video is hard to argue against, like when they were stealing the election in Georgia.

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: So much for Doxxing the Jan 6th Protesters

Is John Sullivan still roaming free?

sdholloway56
Senior Advisor

Re: So much for Doxxing the Jan 6th Protesters

John Sullivan has been charged.

You need to get in touch with your handlers and tell them to update your broken record material.

Although you're probably low on their list of priorities given the credulousness of the crowd you're working here.

sdholloway56
Senior Advisor

Re: So much for Doxxing the Jan 6th Protesters

I don't think the DOJ is struggling with anything other than the sheer volume.

If all the suspects can get enough funding or free legal counsel to take their cases to trial it will create a 5 year backlog. Although most would lose at trial and face much larger sentences than they will if they just plead out on fairly minor charges. They did break laws.

The more important matter is to keep the most dangerous ones locked up in the meanwhile. They might at least get a a few years' credit for time served when their sentences finally come down.

rickgthf
Senior Advisor

Re: Sure, make excuses, so pathetic.

If they had been BLM, you'd already have lynched them.  When the evidence is so against you, what to do, sure try to minimize the crime.  You act like this was some ordinary property crime, it was way more.  It was a direct assault on the government itself, treason in the first degree.

  If one purpose of conviction & punishment is deterrence then the government has no choice but to prosecute to the maximum extent.  If the government doesn't make consequences clear now, the next group who tries it will have all the excuses they need.

sam1wiseone
Senior Contributor

Re: Sure, make excuses, so pathetic.


@rickgthf wrote:

If they had been BLM, you'd already have lynched them.  When the evidence is so against you, what to do, sure try to minimize the crime.  You act like this was some ordinary property crime, it was way more.  It was a direct assault on the government itself, treason in the first degree.

  If one purpose of conviction & punishment is deterrence then the government has no choice but to prosecute to the maximum extent.  If the government doesn't make consequences clear now, the next group who tries it will have all the excuses they need.


No greater crime against the country than election fraud.

sam1wiseone
Senior Contributor

Re: So much for Doxxing the Jan 6th Protesters


@r3020 wrote:

Is John Sullivan still roaming free?


Wonder if the CNN contractor with him has been charged?

rsbs
Veteran Advisor

Re: So much for Doxxing the Jan 6th Protesters

one man's traitor is another man's freedom fighter.