10 Oath Keepers plead not guilty to sedition charges

1/25/2022 9:00:00 PM

10 Oath Keepers, including leader Stewart Rhodes, plead not guilty to sedition charges linked to the US Capitol attack

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10 Oath Keepers, including leader Stewart Rhodes, plead not guilty to sedition charges linked to the US Capitol attack

Ten Oath Keepers, including leader Stewart Rhodes, pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to new charges, including seditious conspiracy, related to the January 6, 2021, attack at the US Capitol.

(CNN) Another defendant, Edward Vallejo, was not present at the hearing and did not enter a formal plea.tweet this Seditious conspiracy charges, though rarely used, carry a sentence of up to two decades in prison.DALLAS - The founder of the extremist militia group The Oath Keepers will ask a federal judge to let him out of jail.3 minute read 1/2 Oath Keepers militia founder Stewart Rhodes poses during an interview session in Eureka, Montana, U.

Takeaways from the landmark sedition indictment against the Oath Keepers and why DOJ acted nowThe Justice Department unveiled the indictment against the 11 Oath Keepers charged with sedition in early January, though most had faced other charges already. The indictment alleges that the far-right group recruited members, stocked up on weapons and organized to disrupt Congress' certification of the 2020 election and keep then-President Donald Trump in power. Rhodes allegedly said that if Biden became president, “we will have to do a bloody, massively bloody revolution against them.The members charged with seditious conspiracy -- Stewart Rhodes, Kelly Meggs, Kenneth Harrelson, Jessica Watkins, Joshua James, Roberto Minuta, Joseph Hackett, David Moerschel, Brian Ulrich, Thomas Caldwell and Vallejo -- are tentatively set to go to trial in July. Capitol this past January. Prosecutors revealed during the hearing that there are"ongoing discussions" with defense lawyers about whether the seditious conspiracy charges would lead to potential plea deals.S.RELATED: Here's what 'insurrection,' 'coup' and 'sedition' meanRead MoreRhodes, according to the indictment, told his followers that"We aren't going through this without civil war.S.

Too late for that. In recent years, the group has flocked to protests around the country to rally in Trump’s defense or against left-wing protesters or Black Lives Matter activists. They are accused of mobilizing and equipping some of the hundreds of rioters who mobbed the Capitol. Prepare your mind, body and spirit," in a November 5, 2020, Signal message. In December, Rhodes again allegedly warned the group that"there is no standard political or legal way out of this." In December 2020, Rhodes wrote an open letter to Trump in which he urged the then president to remain in office and resist the “fraudulent election."Oath Keepers from across the country, according to prosecutors, began to plan for violence in DC. He reportedly spent thousands on guns and equipment to try and prevent the peaceful transfer of power and even after the insurrection talked about the need for a second civil war. One member, Caldwell, claimed to take a reconnaissance trip to DC before January 6. “It’s better to wage it with you as Commander-in-Chief than to have you comply with a fraudulent election, leave office, and leave the White House in the hands of illegitimate usurpers and Chinese puppets. Magistrate Judge Kimberly Priest Johnson to keep Rhodes behind bars, saying he is dangerous and could try to flee the country.

Others, including Vallejo, stashed weapons in a Virginia hotel as part of a quick reaction force.On January 6, prosecutors allege that Oath Keepers split up -- some at the Capitol, others providing security and a third group waiting across the river in Virginia with the cache of weapons. With Rhodes and other prominent Oath Keepers on trial, has been appointed as the militia's interim leader.S.After the attack at the Capitol, Rhodes allegedly spent more than $17,500 on weapons, equipment, and ammunition and told associates to organize local militias to oppose the Biden administration.This story has been updated with additional details.. . RELATED: The detention hearing was originally scheduled for this past Thursday, but it was delayed due to COVID-19. "He not only wants a public trial, he wants a speedy public trial," Linder said.

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In Plano, U.S. Judge Postpones Decision Over Whether to Release Oath Keepers Leader Stewart RhodesElmer Stewart Rhodes, 56, founded the Oath Keepers in 2009. Now, he's facing the prospect of two decades in prison over his alleged role in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

The Oath Keepers founder hoping to get out of jail while awaiting trialA militia leader from North Texas who faces serious charges in relation to the Jan. 6 Capitol riot will try to get out of jail Monday. Keep that mf’er locked up Its really not that hard to wear the covid mask right. I don't get it This is all a leftist farce to divert attention from real issues,can you say Propaganda

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North Texas Judge To Decide In Day Or Two Whether To Keep Oath Keepers Founder Stewart Rhodes Jailed Until TrialA federal judge in Plano heard arguments on whether to jail the founder and leader of the far-right Oath Keepers militia group while he awaits trial on seditious conspiracy charges.

(CNN) Another defendant, Edward Vallejo, was not present at the hearing and did not enter a formal plea.tweet this Seditious conspiracy charges, though rarely used, carry a sentence of up to two decades in prison.DALLAS - The founder of the extremist militia group The Oath Keepers will ask a federal judge to let him out of jail.3 minute read 1/2 Oath Keepers militia founder Stewart Rhodes poses during an interview session in Eureka, Montana, U.

Takeaways from the landmark sedition indictment against the Oath Keepers and why DOJ acted nowThe Justice Department unveiled the indictment against the 11 Oath Keepers charged with sedition in early January, though most had faced other charges already. The indictment alleges that the far-right group recruited members, stocked up on weapons and organized to disrupt Congress' certification of the 2020 election and keep then-President Donald Trump in power. Rhodes allegedly said that if Biden became president, “we will have to do a bloody, massively bloody revolution against them.The members charged with seditious conspiracy -- Stewart Rhodes, Kelly Meggs, Kenneth Harrelson, Jessica Watkins, Joshua James, Roberto Minuta, Joseph Hackett, David Moerschel, Brian Ulrich, Thomas Caldwell and Vallejo -- are tentatively set to go to trial in July. Capitol this past January. Prosecutors revealed during the hearing that there are"ongoing discussions" with defense lawyers about whether the seditious conspiracy charges would lead to potential plea deals.S.RELATED: Here's what 'insurrection,' 'coup' and 'sedition' meanRead MoreRhodes, according to the indictment, told his followers that"We aren't going through this without civil war.S.

Too late for that. In recent years, the group has flocked to protests around the country to rally in Trump’s defense or against left-wing protesters or Black Lives Matter activists. They are accused of mobilizing and equipping some of the hundreds of rioters who mobbed the Capitol. Prepare your mind, body and spirit," in a November 5, 2020, Signal message. In December, Rhodes again allegedly warned the group that"there is no standard political or legal way out of this." In December 2020, Rhodes wrote an open letter to Trump in which he urged the then president to remain in office and resist the “fraudulent election."Oath Keepers from across the country, according to prosecutors, began to plan for violence in DC. He reportedly spent thousands on guns and equipment to try and prevent the peaceful transfer of power and even after the insurrection talked about the need for a second civil war. One member, Caldwell, claimed to take a reconnaissance trip to DC before January 6. “It’s better to wage it with you as Commander-in-Chief than to have you comply with a fraudulent election, leave office, and leave the White House in the hands of illegitimate usurpers and Chinese puppets. Magistrate Judge Kimberly Priest Johnson to keep Rhodes behind bars, saying he is dangerous and could try to flee the country.

Others, including Vallejo, stashed weapons in a Virginia hotel as part of a quick reaction force.On January 6, prosecutors allege that Oath Keepers split up -- some at the Capitol, others providing security and a third group waiting across the river in Virginia with the cache of weapons. With Rhodes and other prominent Oath Keepers on trial, has been appointed as the militia's interim leader.S.After the attack at the Capitol, Rhodes allegedly spent more than $17,500 on weapons, equipment, and ammunition and told associates to organize local militias to oppose the Biden administration.This story has been updated with additional details.. . RELATED: The detention hearing was originally scheduled for this past Thursday, but it was delayed due to COVID-19. "He not only wants a public trial, he wants a speedy public trial," Linder said.