Law & Crime reports:
If former President Richard Nixon’s top officials could get a fair trial in Washington, D.C. during the time of Watergate, so can a Texas florist who taped herself boasting about entering the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6th.
That is the argument put forward by federal prosecutors against Jenny Cudd, whose defense team recently painted the nation’s capital as a hotbed of “cancel culture” in an attempt to have her client’s case transferred to the Lone Star State.
Cudd recorded herself inside the Capitol, and she then admitted her involvement on the record with the press. Prosecutors note that Cudd granted that interview to a local television station in Midland, Texas, “the very place she seeks to be tried.”
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Citing Watergate, Prosecutors Tell Judge D.C. Isn’t Too Liberal to Give Capitol-Storming Texas Florist a Fair Trialhttps://t.co/Eh5rBeH5tW
— Law & Crime (@lawcrimenews) April 2, 2021
Meet Jenny Cudd from Midland Texas “WE did break down @SpeakerPelosi‘s office door and somebody stole her gavel and I took a picture sitting in the chair flipping off the camera and that was on Fox News” @FBI pic.twitter.com/3s3aWgOJ9G
— Cleavon MD (@Cleavon_MD) January 8, 2021
Feds go with the Watergate deep cut legal citation in opposing motion from Capitol defendant Jenny Cudd (of Mexico trip fame) that sought to have her case moved out of D.C. https://t.co/LcWTwff5Mv pic.twitter.com/1Smh5pN5B1
— Ryan J. Reilly (@ryanjreilly) April 2, 2021
Earlier this week, media inaccurately reported that Jenny Cudd, arrested for breaching the Capitol, was allowed by a judge to go to Mexico.
Tonight, it’s true. Cudd, who is considered too dangerous to travel to DC, was just ok’d to vacation in Mexico. https://t.co/pFXObBwaXL
— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) February 6, 2021