Law & Crime reports:
After hearing complaints by prosecutors and defense attorneys that the Jan. 6 Committee complicated their work, a federal judge “reluctantly” agreed to postpone the Proud Boys’ seditious conspiracy trial until December 2022.
The Department of Justice has long complained that the Jan. 6 Committee refused to immediately turn over all transcripts of their interviews. Those include files relevant to the prosecution of Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio and members Joseph Biggs, Ethan Nordean and Zachary Rehl.
Observing that trial delay was a rare issue on which prosecutors and Proud Boys’ attorneys largely agreed, Judge Kelly postponed the trial until Dec. 12, 2022.
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Judge ‘Reluctantly’ Agrees to Postpone Proud Boys Trial After They Featured ‘Prominently’ in ‘Primetime’ Jan. 6 Committee Hearinghttps://t.co/9XF64UszNt
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