Chief of the ‘Proud Boys’ group Enrique Tarrio was sentenced to a complete of 300 days in jail for bringing a loaded rifle journal into Washington, DC and setting a Black Lives Matter banner on fireplace outdoors a church.
Tarrio was given 240 days in jail – 90 of them suspended – and a effective for the illegal possession of the journal, and one other 60 days for destroying the banner. Choose Harold L. Cushenberry Jr. of DC Superior Courtroom handed down the sentence on Monday.
HAPPENING NOW: Sentencing in case of accused Proud Boy Enrique Tarrio
Tarrio was arrested earlier than Jan 6 (given keep away order) for stealing, burning Black Lives Matter banner from church, carrying illegal ammo journal w/ Proud Boy brand
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He’s anticipated to report back to the identical DC jail the place the lots of of individuals charged within the January 6 riot on the US Capitol are at present being held.
“This courtroom should respect the proper of any citizen to peacefully assemble, protest, and make his or her views identified on points,” Cushenberry stated on the sentencing, based on CNN.
“However Mr. Tarrio’s conduct in these felony circumstances vindicate none of those democratic values. As a substitute, Mr. Tarrio’s actions betrayed them.”
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