Prosecutors rest case against man in 1st Capitol riot trial


Closing arguments are on tap today in the trial for a Texas man accused of storming the US capitol armed with a gun in the January sixth insurrection the prosecution's wrapped up its case against guy wrapped it the first person to be tried on criminal charges related to the deadly attack on the U. S. capitol after calling two capitol police officers who tried to push back ref it while he was outside the building prosecutors allege rapid a member of a group called the Texas three percenters was also carrying zip tie handcuffs wearing body armor and it bragged about the militia style assault on the capital the jury also heard from his nineteen year old son who testified his father told him and his sister they would be traders if they reported him to authorities and said traders get shot hi Jackie Quinn

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