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Jan. 6 Defendants Now Insist On Trial Delays Based On Concealed Evidence

The fact that security video footage of events at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, just now is being released – it had been concealed from the public and criminal case defendants for years by Democrats – is disrupting the processing of those cases in the judicial system.

A report from the Epoch Times explains, “A growing number of people charged with crimes related to the Jan. 6, 2021, breach of the U.S. Capitol are requesting trial delays so they can review newly disclosed footage.”

The report cited Shane Jenkins, who filed a motion through a lawyer to delay the trial because of the disclosure of some 41,000 hours of security footage. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy agreed to give Tucker Carlson access to those tapes.

His lawyer, Dennis Boyle, told the court, “Mr. Jenkins requests that his trial currently set to begin on March 21, 2023, be moved so defense counsel can review the additional discovery.”

The issue has turned into a huge one – politically and otherwise.

The first series of videos released on Monday showed that the “QAnon Shaman,” Jake Chansley, who was arrested and sentenced to four years in jail for being in the Capitol that day, actually was escorted through the Capitol, and let into the Senate chamber, by security officers.

Just remember folks.
The ppl who kept evidence hidden are the good guys.
The ppl wanting everyone to see what was hidden, are the manipulative deceiver's.

Judge is doubling down..
not allowing new evidence..
it’s law fare.
The process is the punishment..
they know if the defendants had money to burn they’d eventually be cleared..
Unfortunately. Lots have run dry and run out of hope and took a plea deal
MarineBob · 56-60, M
All prosecutors should start serving the defendants time
specman · 46-50, M
Yes the Democrats and all the people that already vocally judged them guilty are going to eat a little crow!
eli1601 · 70-79, M

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