DC Appeals Court Sides with Corrupt DOJ – Says It’s OK to Charge Jan 6ers with Obstruction Who Did Not Obstruct
(Above – flash grenades are unleashed on Jan 6 protesters outside the Capitol unannounced and unnecessarily)
There will be no justice for those who protested the stolen election of 2020 on Jan 6 – per the recent ruling of the DC appellate court.
Around 1,000 men and women have been charged with “crimes” on Jan 6. One example is Daniel Goodwynn, who entered the Capitol for less than a minute as seen on video, and for that faced 20+ years in prison.
“Jan. 6 I Think Is Probably Second Only to the 2020 Election as the Biggest Scam in My Lifetime” – Tucker During Interview with Jan 6 “Political Hostage” Daniel Goodwyn
Men and women who want free and fair elections, and who protested the 2020 Election, which was not free or fair, have been rounded up and persecuted by the corrupt Biden DOJ.
These Americans have been overly charged with crimes that they did not commit. One example is the obstruction charge placed on hundreds of individuals who obstructed nothing on Jan 6.
Innocent Americans are being charged with this crime by the corrupt DOJ and yet they obstructed nothing. The DC court, full of Obama and compromised judges, is pushing through this charge to conviction. Yet, many if not all never obstructed a thing on Jan 6.
One Trump judge ruled that this charge did not apply to innocent Americans in his court and the DOJ appealed the ruling. Yesterday, it was reported that the DC Appellate Court ruled that these innocent people did indeed obstruct by being present on Jan 6.
A federal appeals court sided Friday with the Justice Department in a case that could have upended hundreds of charges brought in the Capitol riot investigation.
The decision, however, leaves open the possibility of further challenges to the charge of obstruction of Congress, which has been brought against more than 300 defendants in the massive federal prosecutions following the Jan. 6, 2021, riot.
In a 2-1 ruling, a three judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit said a lower court judge was wrong in dismissing the charge in three cases in which the judge concluded it didn’t cover the defendants’ conduct. Those
Source: The Gateway Pundit