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US: Sturm on the US capitol: Leaders of right-wing extremist militia convicted

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A jury is guilty as the founder of the "Oath Keepers" because of "rebellious conspiracy" because he wanted to prevent Trump's change of power to bidges.

Stewart Rhodes ist Gründer und Anführer der © Susan Walsh/AP Stewart Rhodes is the founder and leader of the leader right-wing extremist militia convicted

The leader of the right-wing extremist militia "Oath Keepers" has been condemned almost two years after the storming of the US capital. As the US media reported on Tuesday from the court in the US capital Washington, a jury jury Stewart Rhodes found guilty for "rebellious conspiracy"-a criminal offense that is very rare in the country's history.

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Rhodes was accused together with co -accused of having forged a plot - with the aim of preventing the change of power after the Presidential election in 2020. After three-day consultations, the jury found the 56-year-old Rhodes from Texas guilty in three charges, including the disability of an official procedure and manipulation of documents. Another defendant, Kelly Meggs, was found guilty of accusation of sedition. However, three other defendants were acquitted of this indictment.

maximum penalty of up to 20 years in prison

The US Justice Ministry had charged Rhodes and other participants in the Kapitol attack at the beginning of the year. Among other things, they had planned the journey to Washington on January 6, 2021 and organized weapons, paramilitary equipment and in advance training for combat techniques, it said. Several of the accused had entered the Capitol themselves, others had taken care of further coordination outside the congress seat and partly outside the city. A maximum penalty of up to 20 years in prison can be imposed for "rebellious conspiracy", the Ministry of Justice said. The sentence for Rhodes is determined at a later date.

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The blame is an important victory for the Ministry of Justice in his efforts to hold individuals for the storm on the Capitol. Followers of the then elected President Donald Trump stormed Parliament's building in Washington on January 6, 2021 to prevent the election victory of the Democrat Joe Biden from November 2020. In connection with this, five people were killed. 140 police officers were attacked and there was damage of more than two million dollars on the building.

attack on the heart of US democracy

The attack on the heart of US democracy shook the country. Trump had previously spoke to his supporters in a speech. During the trial, Rhodes claimed that he had no plans for an attack on the US capital. "Our democracy was attacked on January 6th," said deputy US prosecutor Kathryn Rakoczy in her final place. "For these defendants it was 'everything we trained for'," quotes the Bloomberg news agency.

US militia founder for Capitol storms of the "rebellious conspiracy" guilty

 US militia founder for Capitol storms of the The founder of the right-wing extremist US militia Oath Keepers, Stewart Rhodes, was guilty of the "rebellious conspiracy" because of the Capitol storm of January 2021. A jury of the capital Washington owed the 57-year-old and another leader of the Oath Keepers on Tuesday this particularly serious indictment. They face up to 20 years in prison, the sentence is announced at a later date.

Anhänger von US-Präsident Donald Trump stürmten am 6. Januar 2021 das Kapitol in Washington D.C. © Essdras M. Suarez/dpa supporters of US President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol in Washington D.C.

During the trial, the accused said that they had no bad intentions and traveled to Washington to protect prominent people at Pro-Trump events. They also claimed that the so -called fast intervention force, which was equipped with firearms, was only intended for an emergency, for example for an attack by left activists or in case that Trump would refer to a law that they believed that it would Giving them the authority to act as a militia, said Bloomberg.

two more processes for rebellious conspiracy are currently still underway, which are about the "Oath Keepers" and another right -wing extremist group called "Proud Boys".

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