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Oath Keepers found 'Guilty' of Seditious Conspiracy in the Jan. 6th assault on the Capitol


Graphic courtesy of DMV Network


Legally speaking, the assault on the U.S. Capitol on January 5, 2021, can now formally be called a traitorous/seditious assault against America!


Yesterday, a federal court in Washington found two leaders of the rightwing group, The Oathkeepers — Stewart Rhodes and Kelly Meggs — guilty of seditious conspiracy!


They, along with three other defendants — Kenneth Harrelson, Jessica Watkins and Thomas Caldwell – were also convicted of obstructing an official proceeding (Congressional certification of the 2020 presidential election).


Based on yesterday's "guilty" verdicts, the presiding judge could sentence the Oath Keepers to a maximum of 20 years in prison. Conversely, the judge could decide to sentence the defendants to far less than the 'max.'


A date for sentencing has not yet been set. Typically, sentences in federal trials are handed down within 90 days of a guilty verdict.



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