Law & Crime reports:
A Texas woman and florist accepted a plea deal on Wednesday over her participation on the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Jenny Louise Cudd originally made headlines when she requested a bail accommodation from the court in order to travel to Mexico for a pre-planned business trip. That request was eventually granted.
Per the terms of the deal, Cudd is likely to face zero to six months in jail. The government reserves the right to seek a higher sentence—known as an “upward departure”—on a terrorism enhancement at the time of sentencing, but the defense said they will oppose any such argument. The defendant is currently slated to be sentenced on March 18, 2022.
Read the full article. In April, Cudd demanded that her trial be moved to Texas due to all the “cancel culture” in Washington DC.
Texas Florist Who Bragged About Storming Pelosi’s Office Pleads Guilty to Misdemeanorhttps://t.co/SErAPsE65m
— Law & Crime (@lawcrimenews) October 14, 2021
Jenny Cudd of Texas today became the 100th Capitol rioter to plead guilty. Her defiant “patriot” Facebook livestream made her one of the higher-profile defendants; her misdemeanor plea deal meant the govt dropped a felony count for obstructing Congress https://t.co/tqsEZ9WeqX
— Zoe Tillman (@ZoeTillman) October 13, 2021
Jenny Cudd’s Pre- and Post-Riot Endorsement of a Revolutionhttps://t.co/PLZnLwK5hu
— emptywheel (@emptywheel) October 14, 2021
[UPDATE] Jenny Cudd has pleaded guilty to a single misdemeanor count of “Entering a Restricted Building or Grounds” and faces up to one year in prison (sentencing rage is 0-6 months). https://t.co/IuBZXs5pQo #SeditionTrack #SeditionHasConsequences
— Sedition Track (@seditiontrack) October 13, 2021