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Jan 6 Off-Duty Police Officer Found Guilty by Jury of Felony Charges

 
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Jan 6 Off-Duty Police Officer Found Guilty by Jury of Felony Charges
Another disguised antifa traitor is found guilty.

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"An off-duty police officer from Virginia was found guilty today by a federal jury of charges for his actions during and after the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
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Thomas Robertson, 49, of Ferrum, Virginia, was found guilty of a total of six charges following a trial in the District of Columbia. The jury found him guilty of five felonies: obstruction of an official proceeding, civil disorder, entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds while carrying a dangerous weapon, disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building while carrying a dangerous weapon, and tampering with a document or proceedings.
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...and then headed to the Capitol, where a mob was gathering. Both donned gas masks and approached the Lower West Terrace of the Capitol, where they joined an advancing mob of rioters. Robertson carried a large wooden stick and confronted members of the Metropolitan Police Department,...
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Robertson will be sentenced at a date to be set later by the Court. The charges of obstruction of an official proceeding and tampering with a document or official proceeding each carry statutory maximums of 20 years in prison. The charges of entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds while carrying a dangerous weapon and disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building while carrying a dangerous weapon each carry statutory maximums of 10 years in prison. ..."

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Let's hope this antifa terrorist traitor gets 40 years for trying to overthrow our republic.
I'm sure his fellow inmates will be glad to greet this genius and make his years in the federal pen enjoyable...
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Can't wait to see how many years antifa traitor Stubert Roads gets...


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Re: Jan 6 Off-Duty Police Officer Found Guilty by Jury of Felony Charges
Another disguised antifa traitor is found guilty.

[link to www.justice.gov (secure)]
"An off-duty police officer from Virginia was found guilty today by a federal jury of charges for his actions during and after the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
...
Thomas Robertson, 49, of Ferrum, Virginia, was found guilty of a total of six charges following a trial in the District of Columbia. The jury found him guilty of five felonies: obstruction of an official proceeding, civil disorder, entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds while carrying a dangerous weapon, disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building while carrying a dangerous weapon, and tampering with a document or proceedings.
...
...and then headed to the Capitol, where a mob was gathering. Both donned gas masks and approached the Lower West Terrace of the Capitol, where they joined an advancing mob of rioters. Robertson carried a large wooden stick and confronted members of the Metropolitan Police Department,...
...
Robertson will be sentenced at a date to be set later by the Court. The charges of obstruction of an official proceeding and tampering with a document or official proceeding each carry statutory maximums of 20 years in prison. The charges of entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds while carrying a dangerous weapon and disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building while carrying a dangerous weapon each carry statutory maximums of 10 years in prison. ..."

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Let's hope this antifa terrorist traitor gets 40 years for trying to overthrow our republic.
I'm sure his fellow inmates will be glad to greet this genius and make his years in the federal pen enjoyable...
.
Can't wait to see how many years antifa traitor Stubert Roads gets...


R.
 Quoting: Reality420


Burn him at the stake.
Interesting that fellow officers/the system didn't cover for this instigator
The Ocho
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Re: Jan 6 Off-Duty Police Officer Found Guilty by Jury of Felony Charges
Another disguised antifa traitor is found guilty.

[link to www.justice.gov (secure)]
"An off-duty police officer from Virginia was found guilty today by a federal jury of charges for his actions during and after the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
...
Thomas Robertson, 49, of Ferrum, Virginia, was found guilty of a total of six charges following a trial in the District of Columbia. The jury found him guilty of five felonies: obstruction of an official proceeding, civil disorder, entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds while carrying a dangerous weapon, disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building while carrying a dangerous weapon, and tampering with a document or proceedings.
...
...and then headed to the Capitol, where a mob was gathering. Both donned gas masks and approached the Lower West Terrace of the Capitol, where they joined an advancing mob of rioters. Robertson carried a large wooden stick and confronted members of the Metropolitan Police Department,...
...
Robertson will be sentenced at a date to be set later by the Court. The charges of obstruction of an official proceeding and tampering with a document or official proceeding each carry statutory maximums of 20 years in prison. The charges of entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds while carrying a dangerous weapon and disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building while carrying a dangerous weapon each carry statutory maximums of 10 years in prison. ..."

.
Let's hope this antifa terrorist traitor gets 40 years for trying to overthrow our republic.
I'm sure his fellow inmates will be glad to greet this genius and make his years in the federal pen enjoyable...
.
Can't wait to see how many years antifa traitor Stubert Roads gets...


R.
 Quoting: Reality420


Burn him at the stake.
Interesting that fellow officers/the system didn't cover for this instigator
 Quoting: The Ocho


I see you have a lot of abusive post violations you obviously must cuss people out and threaten people a lot!
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Re: Jan 6 Off-Duty Police Officer Found Guilty by Jury of Felony Charges
Another disguised antifa traitor is found guilty.

[link to www.justice.gov (secure)]
"An off-duty police officer from Virginia was found guilty today by a federal jury of charges for his actions during and after the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
...
Thomas Robertson, 49, of Ferrum, Virginia, was found guilty of a total of six charges following a trial in the District of Columbia. The jury found him guilty of five felonies: obstruction of an official proceeding, civil disorder, entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds while carrying a dangerous weapon, disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building while carrying a dangerous weapon, and tampering with a document or proceedings.
...
...and then headed to the Capitol, where a mob was gathering. Both donned gas masks and approached the Lower West Terrace of the Capitol, where they joined an advancing mob of rioters. Robertson carried a large wooden stick and confronted members of the Metropolitan Police Department,...
...
Robertson will be sentenced at a date to be set later by the Court. The charges of obstruction of an official proceeding and tampering with a document or official proceeding each carry statutory maximums of 20 years in prison. The charges of entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds while carrying a dangerous weapon and disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building while carrying a dangerous weapon each carry statutory maximums of 10 years in prison. ..."

.
Let's hope this antifa terrorist traitor gets 40 years for trying to overthrow our republic.
I'm sure his fellow inmates will be glad to greet this genius and make his years in the federal pen enjoyable...
.
Can't wait to see how many years antifa traitor Stubert Roads gets...


R.
 Quoting: Reality420


Burn him at the stake.
Interesting that fellow officers/the system didn't cover for this instigator
 Quoting: The Ocho


I see you have a lot of abusive post violations you obviously must cuss people out and threaten people a lot!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82710891


there are certain threads in here where people report everything they dont agree with, and somehow that works.

if you cuss and threaten people they would probably give red karma instead, with a personal message (instead of reporting as abusive).
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Re: Jan 6 Off-Duty Police Officer Found Guilty by Jury of Felony Charges
Lt Byrd was a hero tho amirite?
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Re: Jan 6 Off-Duty Police Officer Found Guilty by Jury of Felony Charges
Another disguised antifa traitor is found guilty.

 Quoting: Reality420


GOOD that he was convicted, But DAMN, OP, you're fucking STUPID!!!


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