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Sep 12, 2023

Marine now at Camp Lejeune sentenced in J6 riot

WASHINGTON (AP) — One of three active-duty Marines who stormed the U.S. Capitol together has been sentenced to probation instead of prison time. U.S. District Judge Ana Reyes also on Monday ordered Dodge Hellonen to perform 279 hours of community service. She said that's one hour for every Marine who was killed or wounded fighting in the Civil War. The judge told Hellonen that she can't fathom w[...]

Sep 11, 2023

Judge convicts activist’s son in J6 riot

The son of a prominent conservative activist has been convicted of charges that he stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, bashed in a window, chased a police officer, invaded the Senate floor and helped a mob disrupt the certification of Democrat Joe Biden's presidential election victory.cLeo Brent Bozell IV, 44, of Palmyra, Pennsylvania, was found guilty Friday of 10 charges, including five fe[...]

Mar 16, 2023

North Carolina Senate advances House riot penalties bill

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Legislation that would toughen punishments for violent protests — a response to 2020 demonstrations over racial injustice that at times turned into tumult — advanced in the North Carolina Senate on Tuesday. The Senate Judiciary Committee’s vote to recommend the House bill brings the General Assembly closer to a potential veto […]

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