An Iowa man accused of participating in the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol may end up back in jail because he wanted to watch MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell’s “cyber symposium.”
Doug Jensen of Des Moines, Iowa, violated a condition of his home-monitoring release which prohibited him from from using the internet so he could watch online content promoting unfounded fraud allegations about the 2020 election, Iowa Starting Line reported, citing federal court documents. Jensen was released from jail in Washington, D.C., July 13, into his wife’s custody only to be discovered watching content on the video streaming site Rumble Aug. 13, according to a court filing.
Jensen is accused by prosecutors of leading a mob after Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman on Jan. 6 while carrying a knife in his pocket.
Jensen admitted to the court officer that he’d spent two days watching Lindell’s symposium, at which Lindell promised to deliver evidence that the 2020 election had been rigged against former President Donald Trump by actors from China and elsewhere in the world. (Read more from “Accused Capitol Rioter May Go Back to Jail for Watching Mike Lindell” HERE)
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