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Oathkeeper found Stewart Rhodes sentenced to 18 years in prison.

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Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for seditious conspiracy in the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol. He was sentenced Thursday after a landmark verdict convicting him of spearheading a weekslong plot to keep former President Donald Trump in power. He’s the first of the Jan. 6 defendants convicted of seditious conspiracy to receive his punishment. Rhodes’ sentencing...


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To be added to the “You miss all the shots you don’t take” Hall of Fame:



Defense lawyer Phillip Linder told the judge that prosecutors were unfairly trying to make Rhodes “the face” of Jan. 6, adding that Rhodes could have had many more Oath Keepers come to the Capitol “if he really wanted to” disrupt Congress’ certification of the Electoral College vote.


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35 minutes ago, Kal-El814 said:

To be added to the “You miss all the shots you don’t take” Hall of Fame:





Pretty sure this is the same case where the defense team argued that all the good work Rhodes did for a volunteer organization should count towards his good character that deserved leniency from the court.


That volunteer organization was the Oath Keepers.


Judge: Mr. Rhodes, you attempted to violently overthrow the American government that has persisted for nearly 250 years. Before your sentence is carried out do you have anything to say for yourself?


Rhodes: You're welcome.

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