Judge Says Former Army Ranger Used His Training in Capitol Hill Protest

A federal judge on Tuesday said a former Army Ranger who stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 used his training or experience to organize the other rioters, which made their actions “more effective, more forceful and more violent.”

CNN reported that Robert Morss, an alleged Capitol rioter who is facing nine charges in connection to the attack, was ordered to remain in jail before his trial after a federal judge ruled that he was too dangerous to be released. . .

Magistrate Judge Michael Harvey said Morss was “willing to use his training or experience to organize with the rioters on January 6 … thereby making their actions more effective, more forceful and more violent,” according to CNN.

He continued, contending that the rioters “appeared disorganized” until Morss, who was “in his element” because of his background as an Army Ranger, began giving instructions.

Morss reportedly served in the Army from 2011 and 2015, when he was deployed to Afghanistan three times. When he retired from the military, he was a specialist. (Read more from “Judge Says Former Army Ranger Used His Training in Capitol Hill Protest” HERE)

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