Oath Keepers founder swapped calls with members during Capitol attack

Oath Keepers founder swapped calls with members during Capitol attack

The Guardian

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Stewart Rhodes made numerous calls with three members of the far-right group, prosecutors say in new indictment

The founder of far-right group the Oath Keepers, Stewart Rhodes, his lieutenant, and three members of the militia who guarded Donald Trump ally Roger Stone swapped numerous phone calls in a three-hour period on 6 January when the Capitol was attacked by a mob, prosecutors said Thursday.

These exchanges coincided with the initial assault on police barricades outside Congress, and continued into when the three guards breached the US Capitol building, according to the Washington Post.

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