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Did a Government Intel Asset Plant Key Evidence in Proud Boys Case?

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According to original creator Gavin McInnes, the Proud Boys are a bunch of men who started a drinking club and ended up having a patriotism problem. McInnes had no idea what a target he had created for the Marxist left to obsess about.

The Proud Boys are currently the focus of the US Government in a high-profile sedition trial, and they are being used as a scapegoat for the calamity that occurred on January 6th, 2021, in the US Capitol.

And one of their defenses is that they were set up by the FBI, which is all too often in situations of domestic violence and extremism.

The defendants are Tarrio, Pezzola, Zachary Rehl, Ethan Nordean, and Joseph Biggs. On January 6, the Proud Boys defendants were charged with seditious conspiracy, conspiracy to impede official processes, obstruction of official proceedings, and conspiracy to prohibit certain federal officers from exercising their responsibilities in U.S. District Court in Washington. Tarrio, Rehl, Nordean, and Biggs face nine criminal counts each, while Pezzola faces ten.

Earlier this week, defense counsel stated in court that the FBI planted evidence on the Proud Boys leader while having an affair with him.

That was a foregone conclusion. In summertime, USA Today published an article about the 1776 Returns document, which was introduced by Proud Boy’s attorney.

“Patrick Cotter, a former federal prosecutor in Chicago who has practiced criminal law for 40 years, said the “1776 Returns” document is a bombshell for prosecutors, assuming it can be verified,” the outlet reported.

“The authors are clearly planning multiple, multiple felonies; they’re saying how they’re going to do it, and it’s all in service, apparently, to a broader crime, which is the sedition.” Cotter said. “The purpose of the of the whole plan is, as they put it, ‘No Trump, No America.’ Either Trump will be given the presidency, election be damned, or they will shut down America and they will take violent action.”

“The plan, essentially, is to have individuals inside these buildings, either cause a distraction, or—pull fire alarms in other parts of the city to distract law enforcement so that a crowd can then rush the buildings and occupy the interior so they can demand a new election,” FBI Agent Peter Dubrowski told the jury.

Julie Kelly of America Greatness provided further information regarding the paper and its appearance in court:

In other words, an “insurrection!”

A bombshell motion filed over the weekend debunks the Justice Department’s suggestion that the document was a product, or at least a roadmap, used to guide the group’s conduct on January 6. The filing suggests that the handling of “1776 Returns,” like so much of January 6, was yet another sting operation.

More on this story via The Republic Brief:

“It appears that the government itself is the author of the most incriminating and damning document in this case, which was mysteriously sent at government request to Proud Boy leader Enrique Tarrio immediately prior to January 6 in order to frame or implicate Tarrio in a government created scheme to storm buildings around the Capitol,” wrote Roger Roots, attorney for Dominic Pezzola, in the motion seeking a mistrial. “As such, [the document] and the government’s efforts to frame or smear defendants with it, constitutes outrageous government conduct.” CONTINUE READING…

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