Proud Boys Juror Suggests Lack of Evidence Was Proof of Guilt in 'Seditious Conspiracy'Chris Menahan
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A DC juror in the Proud Boys sedition trial gave an interview after the trial ended where he suggested the government's lack of evidence proving a seditious conspiracy was proof the conspiracy was real.
From VICE, "Inside the Proud Boys Jury":
Andre Mundell, a 63-year-old retired DC resident, sat on the Proud Boys jury hearing evidence since February. I sat down with Mundell just hours after the verdicts were rendered and jurors were excused. Our conversation has been edited for length.Via Julie Kelly:
The juror also said Trump's "stand back and stand by" comment factored into his guilty verdict.
Donald Trump famously told the Proud Boys, in September 2020 at the presidential debate, to "stand back and stand by." That came out in evidence in the trial. How important was that?Beyond parody.
As I said Thursday, corrupt DOJ head Merrick Garland is aggressively testing the limits of what's possible when it comes to jailing your political opposition.
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