Law & Crime reports:
A man seen wearing a “Trust the Plan,” “Q,” and “Where We Go One We Go All” shirt on the front lines of a mob that chased Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman inside the Capitol on Jan. 6 is seeking to be released from pretrial detention, claiming he was “a victim” of nefarious false conspiracy theories he no longer believes.
According to the attorney for Doug Jensen, Jensen did not travel to Washington, D.C. on Jan. 6 to partake in a violent insurrection, but merely “to observe what he thought was going to be ‘The Storm,’” described as the culmination of all the far-right conspiracy theories about the election being stolen from Donald Trump.
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Capitol Invader Pictured with QAnon Shirt Now Says He Was a ‘Victim’ of Conspiracy Theories Spawned by ‘Very Clever People’https://t.co/1DY0Vuqdda
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