As a jury deliberates a verdict in J6 political prisoner Chris Albert’s case, his lawyer, Roger Roots, fired photographs on the litany of unprecedented Constitutional abuses arbitrated by the federal government and facilitated by judges presiding over J6 trials.
In each single January 6 case the judges enable the federal government to withhold details about the Confidential Human Sources that had been embedded within the crowd on January 6 and months prior among the many Proud Boys, The Oath Keepers and different Trump-supporting conservative teams, Roots informed The Gateway Pundit in an unique interview.
“The judges maintain denying inquiry into these informants and CHS points. They’ve denied all my motions,” Roots stated. “The Alberts trial does probably not contain numerous points with CHSs, however when an FBI agent was on the stand, I did ask the FBI agent something about CHSs and there was an objection by the federal government and the choose instantly sustained the objections in order that we couldn’t ask any questions.”
“And it appears to be that approach, from what I can inform, in each single January 6 case,” he continued. “These judges aren’t permitting anybody to ask these questions.”
Roots additionally represents Dominic Pezolla, a member of the Proud Boys, who faces seditious conspiracy costs. Pezolla took the stand for the primary time on Tuesday afternoon.
Proof exhibited in each the Proud Boys trial and the Alberts case overwhelmingly confirms authorities informants infiltrated the group with the intent to incriminate its members.
The Homeland Safety Investigation primarily recruits, deploys and embeds the CHSs and the magnitude of Massive Brothers’ scheme in opposition to its political opposition is far-reaching and the judiciary is taking part in a serious function within the coverup, Roots defined.
“HSI seems to be prefer it was a main participant on January 6,” he stated. “The extra we be taught, the extra we discover that the company that’s known as Homeland Safety Investigations — that’s the company that attempted to recruit Jeremy Brown, down in Tampa — the extra evidently that company was a serious participant in these informants.”
In accordance with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, “HSI investigates, disrupts, and dismantles transnational felony organizations and terrorist networks that threaten or search to use the customs and immigration legal guidelines of america.”
The federal government obfuscates proof that might expose the HSI throughout cross-examination by insisting that its CHSs aren’t FBI informants, Roots continued.
“The federal government has been capable of say, ‘Oh that individual just isn’t an FBI informant,’ ‘Ray Epps just isn’t an FBI informant.’ Once you ask questions they are saying, ‘The FBI doesn’t know something about this.’ They’re dodging the query, which is, ‘What about a few of these different federal businesses like HSI?’
“The Jeremy Brown case is definitely the important thing to unraveling this as a result of HSI, in December 2020 ,went to his home. I consider they’d a previous relationship with him due to his army [background], he had executed some intelligence work. They contacted him, they knew he was lively within the Oath Keepers, , he was a patriot. They usually tried to mainly provide to show him right into a paid informant. They provided him cash. He turned it down and filmed it. That video in the end went public.”
Because the HSI agent tried to bribe Brown into working as their spy hastened Brown to take the deal, he disclosed that he had over a dozen extra potential CHSs to recruit the identical day, Roots famous.
One of the crucial necessary issues about that dialog is that the HSI agent, the handler stated he had [approximately], “Nineteen extra stops to make immediately, so it’s good to decide.” He had nineteen extra stops to make, and possibly that was simply within the Florida space,” he stated. “It goes to indicate you — I’m simply studying between the traces — does that imply there have been 19 extra CHSs that he was dealing with or attempting to recruit? There are numerous questions that should be answered.”
GOVERNMENT: ‘TIP OF THE SPEAR’ OVER HERE, OVER THERE, EVERYWHERE
Not solely are judges presiding over J6 instances constantly ruling in favor of presidency prosecutors as they evade discovery into Confidential Human Sources.
The federal government is telling jurors totally different narratives about J6 in every trial, outright mendacity about who masterminded the “riot and intentionally flip-flopping about which defendants initiated the “major breach” into Capitol constructing, Roots warned:
The Proud Boys trial is totally totally different than the Alberts trial. Within the Proud Boys trial, they placed on the proof indicating that each one the ‘major breach,’ as much as the higher terrace of the Capitol, got here by means of that space the place Pezolla was. That space is contained in the scaffolding. We watched all these movies, time and again and over. Then I get to the Alberts trial they usually placed on proof of the stairway on the skin of the scaffold, Chris Alberts was going up the steps. They usually placed on the proof as if that was the ‘major breach.’
In every trial, they’re accusing the [defendant] of being the principle, major, ‘the tip of the spear,’ when, in actual fact, the judges gained’t permit you to level out that, ‘Wait a minute, the federal government simply argued in that different trial, two flooring down, that the ‘tip of the spear’ was by one other group in one other location.”
Let’s put it this manner, the federal government is stacking all the principles and proof of their favor.
The prosecutors will all the time argue that it’s irrelevant should you increase the truth that they made utterly totally different claims within the different trial — they’ll say that’s irrelevant.
Principally, in each trial they make they defendant in that trial seem like “the tip of the spear,” by some means. They stated the identical factor concerning the Oath Keepers. There have been three Oath Keeper trials. They stated that in every a type of trials, the defendants had been the tip of the spear, they had been the “masterminds of the storm on the Capitol. Then the Proud Boy trial comes they usually say that the Proud Boys had been the tip of the spear, the Proud Boys had been the masterminds.
Then the Chris Alberts trial begins they usually say Chris Alberts, who was strolling his approach up the steps in one other location on the opposite facet of the tarp, — they attempt to present simply his facet of the tarp, and say, ‘Properly, he was the stormer. He was the tip of the spear,’ whereas not prepared to indicate what was happening on the opposite facet of the tarp.
Alberts was accused of bringing a gun on Capitol grounds on January 6. He faces a number of felony costs, together with felony civil dysfunction and felony assaulting, resisting or impeding sure officers.
In distinction, legislation enforcement officers who murdered 5 folks in broad daylight in the course of the Capitol riot have been exonerated, awarded and offered particular housing by the federal government.
Alberts additionally captured footage in the course of the strife of a police officer pushing a Trump supporter off of a 30-foot wall.
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Decide Christopher R. Cooper prohibited Alberts’ attorneys from referencing and even mentioning “the Second Modification” all through his trial, which spanned for only one week and someday earlier than the jury started rendering a verdict.
“Decide Cooper truly orders the federal government to maneuver rapidly” on J6 instances, Roots stated. “[Alberts] is charged with gun costs, in contrast to the overwhelming majority of January 6ers.
“He was arrested on January 6 with a gun. He’s received numerous pretty critical gun costs. However we’re making a Second Modification protection. We consider that his is perhaps one of many first after the Bruen choice by the Supreme Court docket final yr. The choose has denied us the precise to say the Second Modification to the jury. We’re not even allowed to say it.”