AUSA Bond says there's a cooperating witness against Freddie Klein they'll only ID if it goes to trial. They've extended a plea offer, but no response from Klein.
Klein's lawyer says they haven't gotten anything pertaining to Klein's cellphone.
Klein's lawyer says the offer made "is not very reasonable given the circumstances."
Bond says Klein has gotten entire contents of his cell phone.
AUSA explaining more about all the new discovery that Klein has gotten. "That is brand new."
Things are getting fairly contentious in this hearing and we're not even talking about his pre-trial release violation yet.
Klein's lawyer is asking for a list of all the officers in the Tunnel, with access to the video from their body worn cameras.
The debate going on is actually fairly interesting: Should DOJ have to put together files of all the video on every defendant and hand over that video.
Bates: You may have an uphill battle to convince me that any video shot that happens to capture Mr. Klein not doing what the govt alleged he did is Brady.
PTS wants Klein on home incarceration.
Freddie Klein is going to Mass 6X a week.
"We know the response [to PTS] was filed under seal, we weren't aware it was filed ex parte."

Prosecutor reminds that they raised concerns abt the seriousness that Klein would take court orders.
Bates: Mr Klein did something that is wholly inconsistent with his release conditions.
PTS weighs in to note that Freddie had a violation within the first 17 days of being on location monitoring.
Oh. Freddie went out and had enough to drink that he called PTS and asked if he could stay overnight. PTS said he could not, but extended curfew.
Bates gives him another chance--he'll remain on home detention.

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11 Jun
I love defendants who write down on paper all the security steps they're going to take on magic online services. This is Zach Alam, who broke the window through which alleged "protestor" Ashli Babbitt jumped through.

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The arrest affidavit for Chicago cop Karol Chwiesiuk has a nice map of where he was on Jan 5, walking right up to the barriers still up protecting the Capitol.

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Going back to the Chicago cop who got arrested today (for Jan 6, not JUST for being a Chicago cop), he appears to have confessed to have assaulted someone the night before the insurrection. Image
Now back to the cop. He apparently texted a buddy, "[N-word], don't snitch," which I guess is perfect Chicago cop-speak.
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AUSA notes that Kenneth Harrelson (whom Jason Dolan was with) was taking pictures at the Capitol on Jan 5, which he suspects was surveillance in advance of the attack.
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[AUSA makes clear that the pic was not taken by the Oath Keepers.]

"They were looking for Nancy Pelosi."
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This is my post about the Three Percenter conspiracy indictment revealed last night (h/t @SeamusHughes).

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In March, prosecutors revealed there were 60 people on the Boots on the Ground Telegram that the Proud Boys had. At that time, just 23 were IDed (add about 5 to that number now).
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In a reply arguing he should be released pre-trial, Oath Keeper Jason Dolan says he's not as bad as (eg) Kelly Meggs bc he didn't go to weapons training last fall.

He, himself, was a marksmanship instructor in the Marines.

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The lawyer he shares with the former President has backed off his claim to have cut ties with the Oath Keepers entirely, without acknowledging he did so.
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Now reading the III-Percenter Jan 6 conspiracy indictment (h/t @SeamusHughes), which is going to fuck up my table. Does this plan look familiar?

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@SeamusHughes The FBI thanks you for your self-identification. Image
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