The Sacramento Bee reports:
Jorge Aaron Riley, the Republican activist who is one of three Sacramento-area residents facing charges in the Jan. 6 siege of the U.S. Capitol, was honored this week by the Sacramento Republican Assembly for his long service on the group’s board.
Riley, who won his release from custody last month in Washington, D.C., is featured in a Facebook post saying he was “honored by the Sacramento Republican Assembly (SRA) for serving 11 years on the executive board including being elected to 6 terms as president!”
Riley is pictured in the post by California Republican Assembly national committeeman Bill Cardoza holding a trophy and standing alongside other Republican activists at a meeting Tuesday evening at Perko’s Cafe Bradshaw.
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Jorge Riley was honored for his years of service to the Sacramento Republican Assembly. https://t.co/pwyxGbA1Oe
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