Prosecution without Defense: Jan. 6 Protester Guy Reffitt Found Guilty on All Five Felony Charges After FBI Wired His Kid to Record Him in His Own Home

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January 6 protesters Guy Reffitt was found guilty on all five felony charges he faced today in a Washington DC court.

Reffitt’s attorney called no witnesses to the stand in his defense.  Reffitt did not testify in his own defense.

He was charged with bringing a gun to the US Capitol after his son recorded him in their home wearing an FBI wire.

Cara Castronuova was in the courtroom today for the verdict.

The charges include.

** Civil disorder.
** Obstruction of an official proceeding and aiding and abetting.
** Entering and Remaining in a Restricted Building or Grounds.
** Entering and Remaining in a Restricted Building or Grounds with a Deadly or Dangerous Weapon.
** Obstruction of Justice: hindering communication through physical force or threat of physical force

Reffitt had not seen his son for a year when his teenage son came into the courtroom and testified against him.
Good Lord!

This is like something from the Soviet Union or Communist Cuba.
How horrible.

From our earlier report.

The Department of Justice prosecutors manipulatively walked back their decision to subpoena another child of January 6th defendant Guy Reffitt to the stand after using his teenage son against him this past Friday as a witness.

The DOJ had planned to also use Reffitt’s minor daughter as a prosecution witness before realizing their diabolical plan was going to backfire at the last minute.

DOJ Prosecutor Jeffrey Nestler of the US Attorney’s Office pointing at J6 Defendant Guy Reffitt.

We reported yesterday that the Biden Regime had coaxed a teenage boy (Jackson Reffitt) to record his father in the family home for eight days before turning him over to the FBI. The DOJ also intended to call his younger 17 year old sister Peyton to the stand today but got spooked and threw her off their elite roster. (That A-List included an abundance of Capitol Police Officers, FBI Special Agents and Reffitt’s fellow militia member turned snitch Rocky Hardie who traded his testimony for his own immunity.)

“I never felt threatened by my Father,” Peyton Reffitt (the teen daughter of the defendant) told us outside the courthouse in Washington DC. “It hurts me so much that they are saying that. My Dad has never touched us once in our lives. The only way he disciplined us was through yelling and sometimes even pretending he was mad. He was beaten by his Dad as a kid and is against that- he would never hurt us.”

Please donate and help Reffitt family with legal costs and send prayers to them HERE.

 

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