Law & Crime reports:
A high-profile defendant in the U.S. Capitol siege wants her case severed from a co-defendant she was charged with, and she also demands a change of venue, asserting she cannot get a fair trial in the liberal-heavy Washington, D.C. because of “cancel culture.”
The defense for Texas florist Jenny Louise Cudd, who was on video happily admitting to being in the office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, asserted authorities were creating the “illusion” of a conspiracy between her and Eliel Rosa by linking their cases.
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Texas Florist Who Admitted to Being in Pelosi’s Office Wants Case Moved from D.C. Because of ‘Cancel Culture’https://t.co/gKtrira9WS
— Law & Crime (@lawcrimenews) March 11, 2021
Jenny Cudd (below) offers a long explanation of cancel culture in her latest brief, which argues she should face trial in Texas not DC.
Her argument is essentially that DC jurors can't be fair because they've lost all sense of reality and consume too much "political propaganda." pic.twitter.com/3V8NBXLwaL
— Jan Wolfe (@JanNWolfe) March 11, 2021