The Birmingham Herald reports:
U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks said Wednesday his wife has sworn out an arrest warrant for the man who served a lawsuit at their Huntsville home on June 6.
The Brooks have said they would seek the warrant for misdemeanor criminal trespassing after the process server entered the garage as his wife was returning home. Brooks’ wife, Martha, filed a police report immediately after the incident.
An attorney for Democratic California Congressman Eric Swalwell, who named Brooks as a defendant the lawsuit being served, has said there was nothing illegal or inappropriate about the service.
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The real story here is that a sitting member of Congress went to extremes to avoid being served with a lawsuit, as if he’s afraid @RepSwalwell will ask him to account for his role on Jan 6. https://t.co/bKZUC3XVLo
— Joyce Alene (@JoyceWhiteVance) June 16, 2021