Former Utah police detective pleads guilty to charge from Capitol insurrection

1/21/2022 8:12:00 PM

Former Utah police detective pleads guilty to charge from Capitol insurrection

Former Utah police detective pleads guilty to charge from Capitol insurrection

A retired Salt Lake City police detective pleaded guilty Friday to a misdemeanor stemming from the riot at the U.S. Capitol.

WATCH: First Utahn to be sentenced for Capitol insurrection avoids prisonMichael Lee Hardin, of Kaysville, pleaded guilty to a count of parading, demonstrating or picketing at the Capitol. The 51-year-old faces up to six months in jail when he is sentenced April 11. He remains free pending that hearing.

Hardin and his step-mother-in-law, Janet Buhler, traveled to the “Stop The Steal” rally together. They aren’t accused of violence that day, but Buhler has previously said they entered the Capitol because Hardin wanted to take a photo.Buhler has pleaded guilty to the same charge. She is scheduled to be sentenced June 1.

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What a patriot !! Not surprised Michael Lee Hardin is an absolute disgrace to our state and his name along with any other Utahns convicted of participating in the attack on our nation's Capitol should be publicly read by GovCox stating as much. “Insurrection”? The Utah way! Now it is the Democrats and some in the media who are declaring a “plot to steal” the 2024 election due to state election laws. Indeed, these laws are portrayed as such an attack on democracy itself and undermine the legitimacy of the coming elections. Insurrection indeed.

OK, he was stupid for being there but quit using the word 'insurrection' as that is NOT what he was charged with.

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S. Capitol. WATCH: First Utahn to be sentenced for Capitol insurrection avoids prison Michael Lee Hardin, of Kaysville, pleaded guilty to a count of parading, demonstrating or picketing at the Capitol. The 51-year-old faces up to six months in jail when he is sentenced April 11. He remains free pending that hearing. 20, 2022, 11:11 PM UTC By Laura Strickler The former owner of a national nursing home chain that collapsed amid widespread allegations of neglect and mismanagement revealed in an NBC News investigation now faces 22 federal charges of labor violations and failure to pay federal taxes.

Hardin and his step-mother-in-law, Janet Buhler, traveled to the “Stop The Steal” rally together. They aren’t accused of violence that day, but Buhler has previously said they entered the Capitol because Hardin wanted to take a photo. Buhler has pleaded guilty to the same charge. She is scheduled to be sentenced June 1. Hardin is the third Utahn to plead guilty to a crime related to the riot at the Capitol., on Thursday afternoon.

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