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LurkerNoMore:
Looking back, it probably wasn't the best idea to admit to and be photographed using illegal drugs on federal property.  Or filming yourself assaulting police officers.  But it wasn't like he exhibited much brain wattage that entire day....

"In the videos, Sandlin can be heard saying 'we made history guys. People are smoking weed in here. Please, may I please hit that...I am smoking weed. Thank you patriot."


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A Millington man is scheduled for sentencing in December after entering guilty pleas in relation to the Capitol riot in Washington, D.C. on January 6.

Ronald Sandlin, 35, pleaded guilty Friday to conspiracy to interfere with the peaceful transition of power and assaulting law enforcement officers. According to court documents, Sandlin posted to Facebook about his intent to caravan to Washington D.C. in late December and was seeking donations.

He is also alleged to have worked alongside two other men, Nathaniel DeGrave and Josiah Colt, and the three discussed shipping guns to Sandlin's home in Tennessee. Two days before the attack, Sandlin posted a picture of Colt holding a gun in bed to Facebook.

Sandlin watched the "Stop the Steal" rally at a restaurant near the Ellipse, before live-streaming a call-to-arms.

"Sandlin live-streamed a video in which he called on 'other patriots' to 'take the Capitol,'" a press release from the Department of Justice said. "In the video, Sandlin stated four times that 'freedom is paid for with blood.'"

According to the press release, the three men then went to the Capitol together, wearing face masks, helmets, and shin guards. Sandlin was alleged to be carrying a knife and DeGrave was alleged to be carrying bear spray. After climbing dismantled barricades, they entered through the upper west terrace door.

"While inside, Sandlin and DeGrave pushed against officers guarding an exterior door to the Capitol Rotunda, slowly forcing the door open and letting a mob stream inside. Sandlin shouted at the officers, 'You're going to die, get out of the way,' before later grabbing an officer's helmet," the press release said.

While in the Capitol, Sandlin stole a book from the desk of a Senate-side office, picked up an oil painting, and smoked weed in the Capitol Rotunda. The painting was eventually taken off his shoulder by other rioters.

The DOJ said Sandlin left the Capitol at about 3:16 p.m., about an hour after he and his partners entered.

Colt entered a guilty plea July 14, 2021, and DeGrave entered a guilty plea June 27, 2022. Sandlin was arrested January 28, 2021, and is slated to be sentenced on December 9 in Washington, D.C. He could face up to 28 years in prison for the charges, along with possible fines and court costs.
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LurkerNoMore:
Places the outcome of the election in God's hands.  The other guy wins.  Doesn't accept that this is God's Will.   ::)

God works in mysterious ways.  God has a plan for everyone.  God obviously must plan for this guy to go to jail. 

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FBI arrests Ohio pastor who shouted 'mission accomplished' at Capitol on Jan. 6.  Federal authorities arrested an Ohio pastor Wednesday for his role in the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection.

Bill Dunfee, 57, was arrested on felony charges of interfering with a law enforcement officer during a civil disorder and obstruction of an official proceeding, in addition to five misdemeanors. Dunfee serves as the pastor at the New Beginnings Ministries Warsaw and used the pulpit to express the baseless belief that President Biden stole the 2020 election.

The FBI stated it began its investigation into Dunfee in February 2021, the month after supporters of former President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol in an attempt to stop the formal counting of the electoral votes showing Biden won. They added that Dunfee confirmed his attendance to them in a March 2021 phone call and they received additional tips about his role over that summer.

Dunfee spoke about the election during a Dec. 27, 2020, sermon, saying, “The Government, the tyrants, the socialists, the Marxists, the progressives, the RINOs, they fear you. And they should. Our problem is we haven’t given them reason to fear us.”

Dunfee added, “As I said earlier in another previous sermon is this: They used to tell us, you know what, you settle your differences at the ballot. How did that work out for us? It’s not over.”

The Justice Department alleges that Dunfee illegally entered the Capitol grounds with a bullhorn which he used to say, “We are taking our house.” As some of the insurrectionists dispersed on the afternoon of Jan. 6, Dunfee told them, “Mission accomplished,” and replied “Hallelujah” to a fellow rioter who said, “We did it, we shut ‘em all down. We did our job.”

Dunfee spoke about his experience during a May 2021 sermon, saying, “We show up January 6th at the Capitol Building right? To let it be known that we are not going to stand back and let an election be stolen. That we are going to hold our legislators accountable, and so on and so forth? And what did that get us? Huh? We are all deemed what? Huh? Bunch of terrorists, right?”

“I can tell you, having been there [at the Capitol], that um, we were surrounded by patriots,” Dunfee added. “Many, many, many, many patriots. And I thank God they showed up to just to let it be known, that you know, what the bottom line is this, that you are not stealing this election. You’re not going to rob us, deprive us of a democracy, of a republic, without us being heard.”

Dunfee was expected to make his first appearance in court in the Southern District of Ohio on Wednesday.

Nearly 900 individuals have been arrested for their roles in the events of Jan. 6. The House committee investigating Jan. 6 was planning to have an additional hearing last week but postponed it due to Hurricane Ian. Members of the far-right Oath Keepers militia are currently being tried on a number of charges, including seditious conspiracy.

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LurkerNoMore:
He's going to be the Belle of the Bubba's once he goes to prison.  If the title of the books he appears for are any indication, he won't


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Jan. 6 cases: Romance novel cover model pleads guilty to dragging cop down Capitol stairs.  When former President Donald Trump called on supporters who believed his lies about the 2020 election to come to Washington on Jan. 6, 2021, a Michigan bodybuilder-turned-construction worker responded with enthusiasm.

“I’ll be there,” Logan Barnhart wrote in response to a @realDonaldTrump tweet.

When he arrived at the U.S. Capitol, he now admits, he battled police and helped drag an officer down the stairs on the western front, where some of the most barbaric violence of the day took place. Barnhart pleaded guilty Wednesday to assaulting, resisting or impeding certain officers using a dangerous weapon before U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan.

Barnhart, 41, admitted that he grabbed an officer by the vest on the back of the neck and helped drag the officer "in a prone position" down the stairs and into the crowd and that he later pushed officers and struck at them with a flagpole.

“Yes, sir,” responded Barnhart, who took the plea from his car at work. He said everything in the agreed-upon statement of offense was “100% true.”

Barnhart was included in a superseding indictment along with eight other men. Barnhart, the indictment alleged, assaulted a Washington police officer identified by the initials B.M. and engaged in felony civil disorder, as well as committed four misdemeanor offenses.

Depending on how his sentencing guidelines fall and what a judge ultimately decides, he could spend around three to five years in federal prison.

In a previous court filing, prosecutors said B.M. “remembered having his baton grabbed and he was pulled into the crowd” and “being struck in the helmet multiple times with objects.”

Among Barnhart's co-defendants are Jack Wade Whitton and Justin Jersey, who both recently pleaded guilty, as well as Michael Lopatic Sr., who died over the summer. Whitton, who was wearing a Trump hat as he assaulted law enforcement officers, bragged that he "fed" an officer to the mob and later told officers that they were "gonna die tonight."

Internet sleuths investigating the Capitol attack identified Barnhart with the help of facial recognition technology. They had given him the nickname "Catsweat," because he was wearing a Caterpillar brand sweatshirt on Jan. 6. Barnhart kept his sunglasses on for most of the time he was at the Capitol. But earlier in the day, while he was at Trump's "Stop the Steal" event near the White House, a YouTuber panned past his face, which gave sleuths a good image to run.

A facial recognition search then pulled up photos of Barnhart from his modeling career. The sleuths said that to confirm the match, they were able to find Instagram posts showing Barnhart wearing the same sweatshirt and hat he wore on Jan. 6.

Barnhart appeared on the cover of romance novels like “Stepbrother UnSEALed: A Bad Boy Military Romance” and “Lighter,” a book with the slogan “wrong never felt so right.”

An assistant U.S. attorney said during Barnhart's plea hearing Wednesday that the case included evidence from both Barnhart's Google account and his Instagram account.

Barnhart isn't the only model to have been arrested in connection with the Capitol attack. On Tuesday, a jury convicted John Strand, an underwear model, on several charges, including felony obstruction of an official proceeding.

Another Jan. 6 defendant who participated in the assault on the western front of the Capitol was sentenced to more than seven years in federal prison Tuesday. Kyle Young, who brought his 16-year-old son along as he joined the mob in the lower west tunnel on Jan. 6, was charged with handing another rioter a stun gun and grabbing former Officer Mike Fanone as he was dragged into the mob on Jan. 6. Fanone told Young that he hopes he suffers behind bar, saying Young's actions had deprived him of his career in law enforcement.

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Coach is Back!:

--- Quote from: LurkerNoMore on October 05, 2022, 01:08:59 PM ---He's going to be the Belle of the Bubba's once he goes to prison.  If the title of the books he appears for are any indication, he won't


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Jan. 6 cases: Romance novel cover model pleads guilty to dragging cop down Capitol stairs.  When former President Donald Trump called on supporters who believed his lies about the 2020 election to come to Washington on Jan. 6, 2021, a Michigan bodybuilder-turned-construction worker responded with enthusiasm.

“I’ll be there,” Logan Barnhart wrote in response to a @realDonaldTrump tweet.

When he arrived at the U.S. Capitol, he now admits, he battled police and helped drag an officer down the stairs on the western front, where some of the most barbaric violence of the day took place. Barnhart pleaded guilty Wednesday to assaulting, resisting or impeding certain officers using a dangerous weapon before U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan.

Barnhart, 41, admitted that he grabbed an officer by the vest on the back of the neck and helped drag the officer "in a prone position" down the stairs and into the crowd and that he later pushed officers and struck at them with a flagpole.

“Yes, sir,” responded Barnhart, who took the plea from his car at work. He said everything in the agreed-upon statement of offense was “100% true.”

Barnhart was included in a superseding indictment along with eight other men. Barnhart, the indictment alleged, assaulted a Washington police officer identified by the initials B.M. and engaged in felony civil disorder, as well as committed four misdemeanor offenses.

Depending on how his sentencing guidelines fall and what a judge ultimately decides, he could spend around three to five years in federal prison.

In a previous court filing, prosecutors said B.M. “remembered having his baton grabbed and he was pulled into the crowd” and “being struck in the helmet multiple times with objects.”

Among Barnhart's co-defendants are Jack Wade Whitton and Justin Jersey, who both recently pleaded guilty, as well as Michael Lopatic Sr., who died over the summer. Whitton, who was wearing a Trump hat as he assaulted law enforcement officers, bragged that he "fed" an officer to the mob and later told officers that they were "gonna die tonight."

Internet sleuths investigating the Capitol attack identified Barnhart with the help of facial recognition technology. They had given him the nickname "Catsweat," because he was wearing a Caterpillar brand sweatshirt on Jan. 6. Barnhart kept his sunglasses on for most of the time he was at the Capitol. But earlier in the day, while he was at Trump's "Stop the Steal" event near the White House, a YouTuber panned past his face, which gave sleuths a good image to run.

A facial recognition search then pulled up photos of Barnhart from his modeling career. The sleuths said that to confirm the match, they were able to find Instagram posts showing Barnhart wearing the same sweatshirt and hat he wore on Jan. 6.

Barnhart appeared on the cover of romance novels like “Stepbrother UnSEALed: A Bad Boy Military Romance” and “Lighter,” a book with the slogan “wrong never felt so right.”

An assistant U.S. attorney said during Barnhart's plea hearing Wednesday that the case included evidence from both Barnhart's Google account and his Instagram account.

Barnhart isn't the only model to have been arrested in connection with the Capitol attack. On Tuesday, a jury convicted John Strand, an underwear model, on several charges, including felony obstruction of an official proceeding.

Another Jan. 6 defendant who participated in the assault on the western front of the Capitol was sentenced to more than seven years in federal prison Tuesday. Kyle Young, who brought his 16-year-old son along as he joined the mob in the lower west tunnel on Jan. 6, was charged with handing another rioter a stun gun and grabbing former Officer Mike Fanone as he was dragged into the mob on Jan. 6. Fanone told Young that he hopes he suffers behind bar, saying Young's actions had deprived him of his career in law enforcement.

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How come you never post links to these fake fallacies and accusations?

LurkerNoMore:

--- Quote from: Coach is Back! on October 05, 2022, 02:00:20 PM ---How come you never post links to these fake fallacies and accusations?

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Because they are not fake.

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