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MEANWHILE.... yet another Jan 6 sentencing is getting underway (busy day) Retired postal worker Thomas Fassell & his wife Marilyn. both of whom were accused of entering Speaker Pelosi's office while amid the mob. Marilyn is also accused of encouraging rioters forward
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Prosecutors will argue for sentence of 30-days prison for Thomas. And 60-days prison for Marilyn They included this photo in their sentencing memo for Marilyn.. showing her also smoking while at Capitol ===>
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STANDBY: Sentencing begins in Jan 6 case of Juliano Gross Justice Dept to seek 2-months prison time, arguing Gross livestreamed inside Senate Gallery, "loudly encouraged rioters on the Senate Floor to open the doors to permit other rioters to enter", later falsely blamed Antifa
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And .. we have a decision. Judge sentences Nick Lattanzi to 14-days in prison Prosecutors argued Lattanzi told FBI agents "things turned violent because, “Mike Pence and Republicans .. turning on us.”
STANDBY: Sentencing now in Jan 6 case of Nick Lattanzi of Delaware, who's accused of bringing blood-stained flag to Capitol thru broken door Lattanzi allegedly told FBI the Capitol "was targeted because “We were betrayed by the people who represent us" Feds seek 30 days prison
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Busy day of Jan 6 case sentencing hearings Nicholas Hendrix, a US Army vet, is up next Prosecutors seek 14-days jail, arguing he "chose to remain in a crowd that was chanting to hang the Vice President"
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Asst. US Attorney is leaning into this argument made by Justice Dept in sentencing memo: "Hendrix remained in the doorway blocking the exit even as other rioters, with increasing agitation, shouted at members of the crowd like Hendrix to “back up” and to “make a hole” for them"
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Defense attorney argues Hendrix "was an observer"
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Defense emphasized Hendrix's military service in argument seeking leniency, citing two tours of duty in Iraq, calling him "highly-decorated combat veteran" (Military service has cut both ways in Jan 6 cases. Judges typically credit the service, but say vets should know better)
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Arguing for leniency... Defense says Hendrix has PTSD Defense says Hendrix needs to continue attending therapy Defense say Hendrix has 5 children who need him around Defense says Hendrix is a welder.. and that there's a "labor shortage"
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Prosecutors have argued Hendrix could clearly see the danger and threat of the rioters. They shared these photos/video images recorded by Hendrix on Jan 6.. to underscore their argument ===>
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Hendrix speaking now: "I'm ashamed and embarrassed that I did this... I accept responsibility for what I've done. I'm better than my actions on January 6" "I have learned from this.. and continue to work on being a better person" Judge seeks a brief break to consider sentence
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Judge Collen Kollar-Kotelly is back. She mentions Hendrix's criminal history for juvenile offense, drug offense and alcohol arrest. Hendrix, 35, served in Iraq and earned 11 awards including "Iraq campaign medal", about which Judge says "that speaks well of him"
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I'm waiting to hear judge's opinion of Hendrix's statement of remorse today. I've listed to many, many defendants at sentencing. This one was different. Hendrix did not excuse, equivocate or rationalize his behavior. He said he was wrong, embarrassed and sorry
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Judge mentions her disappointment that Hendrix "violated his oath" by being part of an Insurrection.. saying Hendrix should've "thought better of it" considering his service to the military
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Judge is talking about video exhibits showing Hendrix. She acknowledges Hendrix's time in Capitol "was short".. but notes how Hendrix, at one point, is preventing others from leaving Capitol, based on his positioning
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Judge: "Having been overseas deployed.. you should appreciate what an extraordinary country you live in. A vibrant democracy, however fragile it is"
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Judge Kollar-Kotelly is asking Hendrix to consider the oath taken while in military. "My hope is: This sentence sends a message to you.. and to others" (as deterrence) "If you eliminate the rule of law, you jeopardize freedoms," judge says
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Judge sentences US Army vet Nicholas Hendrix of Maine to 30 days prison. That's rare in Jan 6 cases. A judge goes ABOVE the sentencing request from US Justice Dept.
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STANDBY: Sentencing now in Jan 6 case of Nick Lattanzi of Delaware, who's accused of bringing blood-stained flag to Capitol thru broken door Lattanzi allegedly told FBI the Capitol "was targeted because “We were betrayed by the people who represent us" Feds seek 30 days prison
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Sentencing begins at 10am in this Capitol riot case w/ ties to the Proud Boys
Seeking leniency in Jan 6 case, Nick DeCarlo acknowledges once being member of Proud Boys.. then argues he was *singing* "Our House, in the middle of the street"... amid "Our House" chants by rioters And says it was a "novelty" smoke cannister he threw toward police
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