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    Founder of Oath Keepers to be arrested and charged with "seditious conspiracy"

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    Founder of Oath Keepers arrested by FBI, expected to be charged with sedition

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    Fox News' David Spunt reports on the charges against Stewart Rhodes for his involvement in the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021.



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    Many people have had suspicions about Stewart Rhodes' group for well over a decade, but this action does not move closer to true justice for January 6, and is to the contrary the DOJ and FBI building the picture of a "pattern" that is useful to the real criminals getting away with it.

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    Re: Founder of Oath Keepers to be arrested and charged with "seditious conspiracy"

    [sarc]The concept that oaths actually mean anything is so agregious that anyone prompting such a concept is clearly demented.[/sarc]

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    Re: Founder of Oath Keepers to be arrested and charged with "seditious conspiracy"

    Quote Originally Posted by Dachsie View Post
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DP4qf6c3dlo



    4:47 video runtime

    Founder of Oath Keepers arrested by FBI, expected to be charged with sedition

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    Fox News' David Spunt reports on the charges against Stewart Rhodes for his involvement in the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021.



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    Dachsie comment:

    Many people have had suspicions about Stewart Rhodes' group for well over a decade, but this action does not move closer to true justice for January 6, and is to the contrary the DOJ and FBI building the picture of a "pattern" that is useful to the real criminals getting away with it.

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    I was just watching Tucker and he made the point that there seems to be some interesting timing with this charge of sedition. Apparently, 48 hours ago, there was a hearing with a govt official (maybe somebody deputy level at DOJ) who was asked by Senator Mike Lee if anyone from Jan6 (the day of the fake "insurrection") was actually charged with sedition/insurrection. And the answer was a big NO, which apparently caused the DOJ some embarrassment, since that doesn't fit with the big FAKE insurrection narrative. So, they had to quickly scramble and charge somebody with sedition. Also, I've seen others suggest this is more covering for themselves, since Darren Beattie has been calling out the Jan6 event as being a staged FEDERAL operation, given all the unindicted co-conspirators--so this may also be part of their attempt to cover that up by charging one of their guys.

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    Re: Founder of Oath Keepers to be arrested and charged with "seditious conspiracy"

    SEDITION, crimes. The raising commotions or disturbances in the state; it is
    a revolt against legitimate authority, Ersk. Princ. Laws, Scotl. b. 4, t. 4,
    s. 14; Dig. Lib. 49, t. 16, 1. 3, Sec. 19.
    2. The distinction between sedition and treason consists in this, that
    though its ultimate object is a violation of the public peace, or at least
    such a course of measures as evidently engenders it, yet it does not aim at
    direct and open violence against the laws, or the subversion of the
    constitution. Alis. Crim. Law of Scotl. 580.
    3. The. obnoxious and obsolete act of July 14, 1798, 1 Story's Laws U.
    S. 543, was called the sedition law, because its professed object was to
    prevent disturbances.
    4. In the Scotch law, sedition is either verbal or real. Verbal is
    inferred from the uttering of words tending to create discord between the
    king and his people; real sedition is generally committed by convocating
    together any considerable number of people, without lawful authority, under
    the pretence of redressing some public grievance, to the disturbing of the
    public peace. 1 Ersk. ut supra.

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