Three Active Duty Marines Arrested For Taking Part In January 6…

Three active-duty marines were detained for their participation in the January 6 protests. Almost 1,000 people have been charged in connection with the events of January 6, many of whom have military backgrounds.

The young men were arrested as a result of an FBI investigation aided by Verizon and Facebook. Cpl. Micah Coomer, Sgts. Joshua Abate and Dodge Dale Hellonen are active-duty Marines accused of breaking into the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021.

They are both facing multiple charges, including illegal entry and disorderly conduct.

Despite the fact that three men who have dedicated their lives to defending our country will now face charges, January 6 provocateur Ray Epps remains free. Epps texted a nephew that he orchestrated J6, and he is seen agitating the crowd and lifting a Trump sign over capitol police in several videos.

According to reports, one of the young men implied on social media that the 2020 election was rigged. This is a belief shared by a large number of Republicans and Democrats who have expressed concern about election integrity.

DC Draino recently made a post:

“They kept saying it was the most safe and secure election in history and it turns out the DOJ never investigated any election fraud. So secure that no judge would review any of the evidence. So safe that anyone calling out the fraud was banned off social media. Tyranny is here.”

While investigators have largely ignored claims of documented election fraud, FBI agents used surveillance camera footage and open-source materials to identify the young men who entered the capitol from the crowd. The men are accused of staying in the building for just over 50 minutes.

During a security clearance interview on June 22, Sgt. Abate reportedly stated that he entered the United States Capitol building with two friends and “walked around and tried not to get hit with tear gas.” He also allegedly decided to remain silent about his visit to the Capitol on January 6 after learning that the protests and events of the day were being portrayed negatively.

Many of those arrested on January 6 already have been imprisoned for nearly two years and have yet to face a trial. One Twitter user demanded a more public response to the abuse of American citizens, as well as the impeachment of presiding judge Emmitt Sullivan. “I demand that Emmitt Sullivan be impeached,” he said.

This man is not thinking about the Constitution. The January 6 prisoners are entitled to a trial or bail. Many of these people have been serving time without being convicted of a crime for nearly two years. That is not how our country operates. Folks, we need to speak up more.”

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has promised to release the footage from January 6, which has been kept secret for the past two years.

“I believe the American people should see everything that happened rather than a report written for political purposes,” he said. It is past time for the truth about what happened that day to be revealed, and for any American who suffered unfair treatment to be compensated for their suffering.