World Yogi-Turned-‘Stop the Steal’ Protest Organizer Indicted on Conspiracy Charges
‘Vanilla Kind of Guy’: Lawyer Roasts Capitol Rioter in Bid to Keep Him From Jail
A California man accused of coordinating a group of “armed fighters” to stop the electoral certification of President Joe Biden on Jan. 6 is just a “vanilla kind of guy” who was simply angry at having to wear a mask, his lawyers claimed Tuesday. Russell Taylor, a 40-year-old from Ladera Ranch, is among six men federally indicted last week on a slew of charges, including conspiracy, for their role in the Capitol riot. Prosecutors allege the group, which contained at least four Three Percenters militia group members, arrived in D.C. armed with weapons, bear spray, and two-way radios in preparation for the siege.
A California police-chief-turned-yoga-instructor-turned-“Stop the Steal”-organizer has been indicted on conspiracy charges by a D.C. grand jury—along with five other alleged Capitol rioters—for their role in the events of Jan. 6.
Alan Hostetter was indicted on four charges, along with fellow Californians Russell Taylor, Erik Scott Warner, Felipe Antonio “Tony” Martinez, Derek Kinnison and Ronald Mele.
Hostetter, a 56-year-old Orange County, California law enforcement veteran who has, is accused of traveling cross-country with his co-defendants to attempt to disrupt the certification of now-President Joe Biden’s 2020 electoral win.
Lori Vallow, Chad Daybell 'doomsday' murders: A timeline of events
Chad Daybell and Lori Vallow Daybell were indicted earlier this month on murder and conspiracy charges, among others, in connection with the deaths of several people, including Lori’s two children, officials have said. The Daybells are at the center of a tangled case that involve several suspicious deaths as well as a bizarre apocalyptic religious belief that prosecutors claim the couple designed to justify the murders of 7-year-old Joshua "JJ" Vallow, 17-year-old Tylee Ryan and 49-year-old Tammy Daybell.
The men are members of the, the indictment states, and brought two-way radios, bear spray, knives, stun batons, bulletproof vests, and a range of other weaponry to use in storming the Capitol.
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CARCASSONNE: a military indicted after the accidental death of another soldier .
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