Alleged Militia Member Seeks Permission To Move To Texas: Employers Are “More Sympathetic” To Me There

Law & Crime reports:

A California man indicted for allegedly conspiring with other members of an extremist militia to obstruct the certification of Joe Biden’s victory asked a federal judge for permission to move to Texas because employers there are “more sympathetic” to the charges he’s facing in connection with the Jan. 6 siege.

Ronald Mele is believed to be a member of the “Three Percenter” extremist militia group and a part of the so-called “DC Brigade” that allegedly planned and prepared to use military gear and weapons at the Capitol.

Mele is also a defendant in the lawsuit against Donald Trump, Roger Stone, and various members of the Proud Boys, Oath Keepers, and others by law enforcement officers who were assaulted during the Capitol riots.

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