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Saturday, July 08, 2017

First group of alleged inaugural rioters appears in DC court


WASHINGTON — Twelve people charged with inaugural rioting in D.C. appeared before a Superior Court Judge on Friday.

Their arraignment came hours after a grand jury issued a superseding indictment, which added more charges against those arrested Jan. 20.

Appearing Friday in court was the first group of the 214 arrested and charged in the unrest on 16 city blocks that occurred while President Trump was being inaugurated. During that mayhem, several businesses had windows broken and other property damage. Rioters also threw rocks and other objects at officers.

Judge Lynn Leibovitz heard two cases — the first involving an alleged rioter from Florida, the other involving the pleas of 11 indicted on a charge of inciting a riot and destruction of property, among other charges.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Don't forget to throw the key away.

Zorro said...

LOCK THEM UP FOR 30 DAYS WITH 1,000 HOURS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE after lock up.

Anonymous said...

So some cops have to have rocks and pieces of concrete thrown at them because these assholes didn't get to be heard? Grow up you idiots.