US Capitol Hill Riots: Members of Right-wing Militia Oath Keepers Found Guilty of Sedition
Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes, charged with seditious conspiracy following a two-month trial and has been found guilty of plotting to stop US President Joe Biden following his victory in the 2020 election
Right-wing Oath Keepers founder convicted of sedition in U.S. Capitol attack plot
By Sarah N. Lynch WASHINGTON - A jury reached a verdict on Tuesday in the criminal trial of Stewart Rhodes, founder of the right-wing Oath Keepers militia group, and four associates, all facing seditious conspiracy charges arising from last year's U.S. Capitol attack by then-President Donald Trump's supporters, a lawyer for Rhodes said. Rhodes, a Yale Law School-educated former U.S.
Oath Keepers leader and associates convicted of multiple charges in seditious conspiracy case
A Washington, DC, jury on Tuesday convicted Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes and associate Kelly Meggs of seditious conspiracy for their role around the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol.