A detention hearing for “Cody from Rochester” gets underway at 2:30 in the Western District of New York. There’s no public dial-in, but ⁦@WillCleveland13⁩ will have coverage. huffpost.com/entry/cody-mat…
Cody’s grandfather claims Cody didn’t go past the barricades. Here’s his grandson ripping a barricade away. #fencesnatcher
In addition to the photo of Cody Mattice spraying cops, feds have the “I maced a cop” admission. #FenceSnatcher
Also shows preplanning between Mault and Mattice:
“We went there to stop the count and that’s what we did.”

Great reporting from @WillCleveland13 here:
“We took the capital, bro...I yanked the gates from the cops. I also maced a cop… Trump told us to because of the fraud.” 13wham.com/news/local/det…
“He is the best family man.” rochesterfirst.com/crime/hilton-m…

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13 Oct
NEW: The complaint against Cody Mattice and James Mault has now been unsealed. The role of open-source research is pretty clear here. (Thread) huffpost.com/entry/cody-mat…
“Cody from Rochester" was a pretty good lead. ImageImage
Tips about James Mault came in pretty early. Image
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13 Oct
Remember the New Jersey guy who contacted a FBI special agent whether there would be “Any fallout u think I should be aware of” for his decision to storm the Capitol?

The one who said he “air quotes, broke into” the Capitol?

A peak behind the scenes of his artistic methods:
He snuck in seconds before police regained control of the entrance from the mob.
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12 Oct
“I did not want to go pro se, I think it’s a stupid decision,” says Brandon Fellows of his decision to represent himself.
Brandon Fellows isn’t getting out of jail before trial.

Judge: “I gave you a chance… You’ve had chance after change.”

"You are charged with a federal felony, this is not some sort of community college where we give people pats on the back."
Judge Trevor McFadden’s community college comments were in reference to Brandon Fellows’ stated preference for positive reinforcement from law enforcement authorities.
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12 Oct
NEW: Feds say Capitol defendant Tommy Smith claimed he had a pistol in his pocket during the Jan. 6 attack.
Tommy Smith and Donnie Wren were arrested last week, as first reported by HuffPost: huffpost.com/entry/trump-ca…
DOJ: "In addition, in a private message sent after the riot, Smith claimed that he had a pistol in his pocket during the riot on Jan. 6.”

The docket was unsealed in D.C. today.

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12 Oct
NEW: Dona Bissey sentenced to two weeks incarceration by Judge Tanya Chutkan. Government had asked for three years probation.
It’s the second time in as many weeks that Judge Tanya Chutkan sentenced a Jan. 6 riot defendant to jail when the government hadn’t requested it. huffpost.com/entry/capitol-…
Judge Tanya Chutkan will allow Dona Bissey to turn herself in so she can get her affairs in order.

Chutkan tells Bissey she has many resources that other defendants don't, and that she’s not the worst thing she’s ever done.
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12 Oct
Sentencing hearing is now underway for Dona Bissey, an Indiana hairdresser with an interest in QAnon who entered the Capitol on Jan. 6.

One of her clients, Anna Morgan-Lloyd, was the first Jan. 6 defendant to be sentenced (she got probation).
The feds have asked for three years probation under these conditions: storage.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.usco…
Bissey’s lawyers have asked for no more than 18 months probation.

Her lawyer said she had a "lack of understanding of what occurred that historic day” and was caught up in the moment.
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