Little Rock, Ark-Federal Judge on Friday said he would not allow a man in Arkansas to be arrested after being photographed sitting at the desk of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s office. January 6 U.S. Capitol Riot Travel for a classic car exchange.
Judge Christopher R. Cooper of the U.S. District Court refused request Defendant Richard Barnett relaxes restrictions on the distance he can travel while waiting for a trial.
Burnett can only travel up to 50 miles from his home while awaiting trial and under house arrest. Burnett’s lawyer said men in Gravette, Arkansas, need to be able to travel to make a living and buy and sell. Classic car..
Petitjean Mountain, Car show It is held and is 200 miles (320 km) from Gravette.
“The court has not been persuaded that the defendant cannot pursue paid employment within a 50-mile radius of his home, as permitted in the current situation,” Cooper’s order said.
61-year-old Burnett was one of the supporters of President Donald Trump. Attacked the Parliament building Congressmen gathered to prove Joe Biden’s victory over Trump.Prosecutor says Burnett He had a stun gun when he entered the building.
A federal prosecutor opposed Burnett’s request, saying his actions while awaiting trial (including an interview with Russian state television) indicated that more conditions were needed. ..
Judge: No Classic Car Show Trip for Men Arrested in Capitol Riot
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