Author: Eric Flack, Eliana Block
Published: 5:44 PM EDT July 26, 2021
Updated: 11:27 PM EDT July 28, 2021
WASHINGTON D.C., DC — The Department of Justice has arrested more than 535 people for taking part in the January 6 insurrection on the U.S. Capitol building. Some of those trials are months, possibly years away.
Verify viewer Kelley from Alexandria, Virginia asked the Verify team if some of the accused remain behind bars nearly six months later.
“Is it true people arrested [for crimes on January 6th] are still being held in jail with no bail," she asked in an email. "What are the charges?"
. . . Which is why people like Julian Khater and George Tanios are still in jail on charges of Assault on Federal Officer with Dangerous Weapon and Conspiracy to Injure an Officer, among others, for allegedly spraying pepper spray into the faces of law enforcement like Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick.
Thomas Sibick is being held until his trial without bond on charges that include Assaulting, Resisting, or Impeding Certain Officers and Taking from a Person Anything of Value by Force and Violence, because he’s accused of being part of the savage attack on DC Police Officer Mike Fanone and ripping Fanone’s badge and radio right off his uniform.
A number of the Proud Boys militia, and even an Oath Keeper named Jessica Watkins, have also been denied pre-trial release, not because they assaulted police, but because they are charged with conspiracy with other members of their militias to pre-plan the attack on the Capitol.
Exclusive! Capitol Police Harass Alex Jones For Covering Peaceful September 18 Demonstration
September 19th 2021, 5:01 pm
Globalist-captured D.C. police ridicule and berate Jones for simply documenting the event.
Alex Jones attended the end of the “Justice for J6” rally in Washington, D.C., with the attempt at keeping a low profile and not be a distraction so as to help bring justice to the political prisoners of Jan. 6. This didn’t keep groups of the Capitol Police from following Alex and his team around the grounds for hours, even approaching reporters using insulting names.