Stewart Rhodes, the head of the far-right group Oath Keepers and one of the protagonists of the attack on the Capitol of the United States of America on January 6, 2021, received the most serious sentence for the event in which just Donald Trump’s supporters conspired. to keep the republic in power.
The far-right leader of the militia Oath Keepers, Stewart Rhodes, was sentenced this Thursday, May 25, to 18 years in prison for orchestrating the plot that ended in the attack on the Capitol of the United States, on January 6, 2011, in President Joe Biden from the House They are trying to save the Whites after the 2020 election.
The founder of the extremist group received the most severe sentence for targeting hundreds of people who illegally entered the Capitol, an attack that left five dead and more than 140 police officers wounded.
Rhodes was the first person to be charged on January 6, 2021 to be convicted of seditious conspiracy and his cause will be another milestone in the Department of Justice’s most extensive investigation on February 6, in which thousands of supporters of Donald Trump wanted to fight, as the tycoon in power despite losing the election.
He laments the far-right leader before whom he considers the sentence “exaggerated.”
“Die” for the United States of America