DOJ charges 11 people involved in Capitol riots

According to the indictment issued by the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., on the 13th local time. The U.S. Justice Department has charged 11 people involved in the riots at the U.S. Capitol on January 6 last year with “incitement to conspiracy.” Among them was Oath Keeper founder Stuart Rhodes.

The indictment states that Rhodes and his co-conspirators. Oppose the legal transfer of presidential power by force. Laws that prevent, hinder or delay the enforcement of “transfer of power”.

U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland said in a speech on the 6th of this month to commemorate the riots at the Capitol. The Justice Department is committed to pursuing all perpetrators of the Jan. 6 Capitol riots. Regardless of their level, regardless of whether they were present that day.

The Oath Keepers is a far-right militia group in the United States. The organization consists of active and retired U.S. military personnel, police officers, and first responders (the individuals, groups, or organizations that first arrive at the scene of a disaster for emergency response).

The FBI designated the Oath Keepers as a “paramilitary organization,” a large but loosely organized militia collective. “Oath Keeper” argues that the US federal government is controlled by a conspiracy government that seeks to disenfranchise the United States.

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