All of this for 4 misdemeanors -- nearly 30 months after the first spoke with her.

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Misdemeanors, and this is what they do.

There is a deep set sickness in DC. It is permeating all government.



Two more J6 clients in the past 48 hours.

One is woman who was interviewed nearly 30 months ago by the FBI. They had video of her inside the Capitol that they showed her. They claim she was inside for about 18 minutes.

Just recently she was contacted by the FBI out of the blue. Then an agent visited her at her house and told her there was a warrant for her arrest. She was given instructions to go to the nearby FBI Office on a specific date and time. If she failed to do so, they would come to her house and arrest her.

She showed up on the given date 30 minutes early. She was then taken inside and booked -- photographed and fingerprinted. Then put her in cuffs and transported to the federal courthouse. She was transferred to the US Marshals. She was placed in leg shackles and her handcuffs were attached to a chain around her waist. She waited in a holding cell with dangerous individuals all waiting for their arraignment.

Her appearance took less than 10 minutes. The Marshals then took all the cuffs and shackles off of her. They gave her back her silver Cross necklace and the decorative pins that were in her hair. They told her she could leave.

All of this for 4 misdemeanors -- nearly 30 months after the first spoke with her.

This is humiliation for the sake of humiliation. It is public shaming by choice because DOJ did not operate this way before for misdemeanors involving first time offenders.

The DOJ PROSECUTORS ask for warrants, and the warrants require an arrest. Everything after that is just process.

But this was NEVER a process used in misdemeanor cases. This kind of process -- particularly for the all-misdemeanor cases -- should have been curtailed long ago. Now the DOJ is just shoving as many cases into the pipeline as it can ahead of Nov. They are dragging people like my new client through the humiliation because ....

IT MIGHT BE ALL THE EVER GET.

THAT calls for punishment.

This work is going to continue at least to Nov. 5. The DOJ is not slowing down -- just the opposite. My phone rings now more often that it ever has.

If you can help, you can do so here.

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J-6 back in the news cycle... I should have guessed this... a lot of late sentencings will be happening as the desperate dems try and remind us minions about that afternoon before election day...
 
Misdemeanors, and this is what they do.

There is a deep set sickness in DC. It is permeating all government.


Two more J6 clients in the past 48 hours.
One is woman who was interviewed nearly 30 months ago by the FBI. They had video of her inside the Capitol that they showed her. They claim she was inside for about 18 minutes.
Just recently she was contacted by the FBI out of the blue. Then an agent visited her at her house and told her there was a warrant for her arrest. She was given instructions to go to the nearby FBI Office on a specific date and time. If she failed to do so, they would come to her house and arrest her.
She showed up on the given date 30 minutes early. She was then taken inside and booked -- photographed and fingerprinted. Then put her in cuffs and transported to the federal courthouse. She was transferred to the US Marshals. She was placed in leg shackles and her handcuffs were attached to a chain around her waist. She waited in a holding cell with dangerous individuals all waiting for their arraignment.
Her appearance took less than 10 minutes. The Marshals then took all the cuffs and shackles off of her. They gave her back her silver Cross necklace and the decorative pins that were in her hair. They told her she could leave.
All of this for 4 misdemeanors -- nearly 30 months after the first spoke with her.
This is humiliation for the sake of humiliation. It is public shaming by choice because DOJ did not operate this way before for misdemeanors involving first time offenders.
The DOJ PROSECUTORS ask for warrants, and the warrants require an arrest. Everything after that is just process.
But this was NEVER a process used in misdemeanor cases. This kind of process -- particularly for the all-misdemeanor cases -- should have been curtailed long ago. Now the DOJ is just shoving as many cases into the pipeline as it can ahead of Nov. They are dragging people like my new client through the humiliation because ....
IT MIGHT BE ALL THE EVER GET.
THAT calls for punishment.
This work is going to continue at least to Nov. 5. The DOJ is not slowing down -- just the opposite. My phone rings now more often that it ever has.
If you can help, you can do so here.





Insurrectionists do not deserve sympathy.
 
Misdemeanors, and this is what they do.

There is a deep set sickness in DC. It is permeating all government.


Two more J6 clients in the past 48 hours.
One is woman who was interviewed nearly 30 months ago by the FBI. They had video of her inside the Capitol that they showed her. They claim she was inside for about 18 minutes.
Just recently she was contacted by the FBI out of the blue. Then an agent visited her at her house and told her there was a warrant for her arrest. She was given instructions to go to the nearby FBI Office on a specific date and time. If she failed to do so, they would come to her house and arrest her.
She showed up on the given date 30 minutes early. She was then taken inside and booked -- photographed and fingerprinted. Then put her in cuffs and transported to the federal courthouse. She was transferred to the US Marshals. She was placed in leg shackles and her handcuffs were attached to a chain around her waist. She waited in a holding cell with dangerous individuals all waiting for their arraignment.
Her appearance took less than 10 minutes. The Marshals then took all the cuffs and shackles off of her. They gave her back her silver Cross necklace and the decorative pins that were in her hair. They told her she could leave.
All of this for 4 misdemeanors -- nearly 30 months after the first spoke with her.
This is humiliation for the sake of humiliation. It is public shaming by choice because DOJ did not operate this way before for misdemeanors involving first time offenders.
The DOJ PROSECUTORS ask for warrants, and the warrants require an arrest. Everything after that is just process.
But this was NEVER a process used in misdemeanor cases. This kind of process -- particularly for the all-misdemeanor cases -- should have been curtailed long ago. Now the DOJ is just shoving as many cases into the pipeline as it can ahead of Nov. They are dragging people like my new client through the humiliation because ....
IT MIGHT BE ALL THE EVER GET.
THAT calls for punishment.
This work is going to continue at least to Nov. 5. The DOJ is not slowing down -- just the opposite. My phone rings now more often that it ever has.
If you can help, you can do so here.





That's crazy. Imagine busting into the Capitol building of a nation when it's under attack, as part of the group that's attacking it, and expecting no consequences.
 
Misdemeanors, and this is what they do.

There is a deep set sickness in DC. It is permeating all government.


Two more J6 clients in the past 48 hours.
One is woman who was interviewed nearly 30 months ago by the FBI. They had video of her inside the Capitol that they showed her. They claim she was inside for about 18 minutes.
Just recently she was contacted by the FBI out of the blue. Then an agent visited her at her house and told her there was a warrant for her arrest. She was given instructions to go to the nearby FBI Office on a specific date and time. If she failed to do so, they would come to her house and arrest her.
She showed up on the given date 30 minutes early. She was then taken inside and booked -- photographed and fingerprinted. Then put her in cuffs and transported to the federal courthouse. She was transferred to the US Marshals. She was placed in leg shackles and her handcuffs were attached to a chain around her waist. She waited in a holding cell with dangerous individuals all waiting for their arraignment.
Her appearance took less than 10 minutes. The Marshals then took all the cuffs and shackles off of her. They gave her back her silver Cross necklace and the decorative pins that were in her hair. They told her she could leave.
All of this for 4 misdemeanors -- nearly 30 months after the first spoke with her.
This is humiliation for the sake of humiliation. It is public shaming by choice because DOJ did not operate this way before for misdemeanors involving first time offenders.
The DOJ PROSECUTORS ask for warrants, and the warrants require an arrest. Everything after that is just process.
But this was NEVER a process used in misdemeanor cases. This kind of process -- particularly for the all-misdemeanor cases -- should have been curtailed long ago. Now the DOJ is just shoving as many cases into the pipeline as it can ahead of Nov. They are dragging people like my new client through the humiliation because ....
IT MIGHT BE ALL THE EVER GET.
THAT calls for punishment.
This work is going to continue at least to Nov. 5. The DOJ is not slowing down -- just the opposite. My phone rings now more often that it ever has.
If you can help, you can do so here.





Do you cry for her or all arrested in US history that were treated as such?
 
That's crazy. Imagine busting into the Capitol building of a nation when it's under attack, as part of the group that's attacking it, and expecting no consequences.

You really are a disturbed person. They are misdemeanors. Period.

And people who worked for the FBI can't ever recall the Bureau investigating misdemeanors.
 
Misdemeanors, and this is what they do.

There is a deep set sickness in DC. It is permeating all government.


Two more J6 clients in the past 48 hours.
One is woman who was interviewed nearly 30 months ago by the FBI. They had video of her inside the Capitol that they showed her. They claim she was inside for about 18 minutes.
Just recently she was contacted by the FBI out of the blue. Then an agent visited her at her house and told her there was a warrant for her arrest. She was given instructions to go to the nearby FBI Office on a specific date and time. If she failed to do so, they would come to her house and arrest her.
She showed up on the given date 30 minutes early. She was then taken inside and booked -- photographed and fingerprinted. Then put her in cuffs and transported to the federal courthouse. She was transferred to the US Marshals. She was placed in leg shackles and her handcuffs were attached to a chain around her waist. She waited in a holding cell with dangerous individuals all waiting for their arraignment.
Her appearance took less than 10 minutes. The Marshals then took all the cuffs and shackles off of her. They gave her back her silver Cross necklace and the decorative pins that were in her hair. They told her she could leave.
All of this for 4 misdemeanors -- nearly 30 months after the first spoke with her.
This is humiliation for the sake of humiliation. It is public shaming by choice because DOJ did not operate this way before for misdemeanors involving first time offenders.
The DOJ PROSECUTORS ask for warrants, and the warrants require an arrest. Everything after that is just process.
But this was NEVER a process used in misdemeanor cases. This kind of process -- particularly for the all-misdemeanor cases -- should have been curtailed long ago. Now the DOJ is just shoving as many cases into the pipeline as it can ahead of Nov. They are dragging people like my new client through the humiliation because ....
IT MIGHT BE ALL THE EVER GET.
THAT calls for punishment.
This work is going to continue at least to Nov. 5. The DOJ is not slowing down -- just the opposite. My phone rings now more often that it ever has.
If you can help, you can do so here.





Tough shit.

She should have turned back and left like thousands of others did when they saw things were going to far, but she chose not to. She is a “victim” of her own bad choices. So she got “humiliated”. Maybe she will learn something. It is no different than many rioters in other protests who arrested and charged with a misdemeanor. She is NOT special.
 
You really are a disturbed person. They are misdemeanors. Period.

And people who worked for the FBI can't ever recall the Bureau investigating misdemeanors.
They probably recall a mob storming the Capitol either.
 
The dangerous extremist Democrat totalitarians arrest dissenters, just like they do it in Russia, China and North Korea
Maybe you should move there. You have no problem when they arrest dissenters whose message you disagree. You are quite adamant they should be.
 
Misdemeanors, and this is what they do.

There is a deep set sickness in DC. It is permeating all government.


Two more J6 clients in the past 48 hours.
One is woman who was interviewed nearly 30 months ago by the FBI. They had video of her inside the Capitol that they showed her. They claim she was inside for about 18 minutes.
Just recently she was contacted by the FBI out of the blue. Then an agent visited her at her house and told her there was a warrant for her arrest. She was given instructions to go to the nearby FBI Office on a specific date and time. If she failed to do so, they would come to her house and arrest her.
She showed up on the given date 30 minutes early. She was then taken inside and booked -- photographed and fingerprinted. Then put her in cuffs and transported to the federal courthouse. She was transferred to the US Marshals. She was placed in leg shackles and her handcuffs were attached to a chain around her waist. She waited in a holding cell with dangerous individuals all waiting for their arraignment.
Her appearance took less than 10 minutes. The Marshals then took all the cuffs and shackles off of her. They gave her back her silver Cross necklace and the decorative pins that were in her hair. They told her she could leave.
All of this for 4 misdemeanors -- nearly 30 months after the first spoke with her.
This is humiliation for the sake of humiliation. It is public shaming by choice because DOJ did not operate this way before for misdemeanors involving first time offenders.
The DOJ PROSECUTORS ask for warrants, and the warrants require an arrest. Everything after that is just process.
But this was NEVER a process used in misdemeanor cases. This kind of process -- particularly for the all-misdemeanor cases -- should have been curtailed long ago. Now the DOJ is just shoving as many cases into the pipeline as it can ahead of Nov. They are dragging people like my new client through the humiliation because ....
IT MIGHT BE ALL THE EVER GET.
THAT calls for punishment.
This work is going to continue at least to Nov. 5. The DOJ is not slowing down -- just the opposite. My phone rings now more often that it ever has.
If you can help, you can do so here.





Whoever laughed about this is a true piece of shit.
 
Tough shit.

She should have turned back and left like thousands of others did when they saw things were going to far, but she chose not to. She is a “victim” of her own bad choices. So she got “humiliated”. Maybe she will learn something. It is no different than many rioters in other protests who arrested and charged with a misdemeanor. She is NOT special.
What are the misdemeanors? I thought FBI only did Federal crime.
 
That's crazy. Imagine busting into the Capitol building of a nation when it's under attack, as part of the group that's attacking it, and expecting no consequences.
Imagine being let in by the capital police, escorted around, and subsequently imprisoned for it.
 
Tough shit.

She should have turned back and left like thousands of others did when they saw things were going to far, but she chose not to. She is a “victim” of her own bad choices. So she got “humiliated”. Maybe she will learn something. It is no different than many rioters in other protests who arrested and charged with a misdemeanor. She is NOT special.
I hope she learned something. The Democrats impose a tyranny. This time they humiliated her. Next time it will be a dead child or grandchild.
 

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