We talked to Angel Harrelson, wife of J6 defendant Kenneth Harrelson*. Like many wives she had to suffer the consequences of the DOJ’s attack on J6ers – breadwinner in jail and unable to provide for his family, media lies, lawyer fees, pain of being separated from the man she loves. Yet she is strong and wants to help J6ers. She asked for prayers and added: “We the People need to speak out and speak up loudly, don’t give up!”
She hosts a space on twitter every morning called J6Morning Coffee.
Pray for Angel and her husband Ken. Pray for all unjustly punished J6ers.
Angel’s new site. (You must register in order to access its content and it is free.)
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It is important to bear in mind that jury trials in DC have consistently produced guilty verdicts, likely due to the strong political leaning of the population (92% of whom vote democrat).
On November 29, 2022, Ken was convicted by a jury for obstruction of an official proceeding, conspiracy to prevent an officer from discharging duties, and tampering with documents or proceedings. Ken and Jessica Watkins are scheduled to be sentenced on May 26, 2023.
While the charge of obstruction of an official proceeding (1512) was dropped by Judge Nichols for other defendants, it has been appealed by the government. The court of appeal’s decision is still pending. If the court upholds Judge Nichols’s decision to drop the charge, over 200 plea agreements or verdicts of other individuals involved in the January 6th events may be affected.