Washington DC’s CBS affiliate reports:
A federal judge denied a Jan. 6 defendant’s third motion to be released from pretrial custody on Tuesday – saying he found no violations of constitutional rights at the D.C. Jail that would warrant his release. Last month, Christopher Quaglin – a New Jersey electrician the Justice Department says is a member of the Proud Boys – filed a renewed motion for release while he prepares for his trial scheduled next month.
Quaglin was one of nine men in a multi-defendant indictment field in 2021 stemming from an hours-long assault on police who were defending the U.S. Capitol Building’s Lower West Terrace Tunnel on Jan. 6, 2021. Quaglin faces felony charges of assaulting police with a dangerous weapon and inflicting bodily injury on officers for allegedly attacking police with a stolen riot shield and pepper spray.
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U.S. District Judge Trevor McFadden, a former AUSA and 2017 Trump appointee, told Christopher Quaglin’s attorney that in 10 years he’s never seen defendants given tablets to view their discovery at a jail. But Jan. 6 detainees at the D.C. Jail get that. https://t.co/pTv9eaPs3q
— Jordan Fischer (@JordanOnRecord) March 14, 2023
🚨Hey Tucker, we don’t need J6 footage, the #MAGA cult documented it. Christopher Quaglin, who googled “how to flee” and told his wife, “I’m going to war” was denied release again. Quaglin VIOLENTLY assaulted police. #TrumpisaNationalDisgrace #NeverForgetJanuary6th #VoteBlue pic.twitter.com/I4wR3w1VIw
— Laurie🪶 (@Laurieluvsmolly) March 14, 2023
A Capitol rioter has been charged with attacking police, spraying them with chemicals, and stealing their riot shields.
Prosecutors quote N.J. man Christopher Quaglin shouting: “You don’t want this fight. You do not want this f****** fight. You are on the wrong f****** side.”
— Adam Klasfeld (@KlasfeldReports) April 7, 2021
A federal judge denied Christopher Quaglin’s motion for release from custody, saying many of the issues his attorney raised were of Quaglin’s making. https://t.co/wcoeZZ86a2
— WUSA9 (@wusa9) March 14, 2023
New Jersey Proud Boy and insurrectionist Christopher Quaglin, also the person who painted over the BLM mural in Manhattan with Dion Cini, not looking too good on this indictment https://t.co/jchX4VZ2MJ
— 🏴 (@corncommunist) June 16, 2021