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Court grants accused Capitol rioter permission to travel to Mexico

Court grants accused Capitol rioter permission to travel to Mexico

A federal judge granted permission for a woman charged in the riot at the Capitol to take a work-related four-day trip to Mexico. The judge also noted that Jenny Cudd had no criminal history and said there was no evidence she was a flight risk or posed a danger to others. Cudd was seen in a Facebook video during the riot saying, ’We did break down’ House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s door.

David
David
Sidney
Sidney 3 weeks

The judge should have given her an airline ticket to another country as a gift for her insurrection of the capital. Should have also given her bonus miles.

Delterra
Delterra 3 weeks

Yeah the justice system totally gives minorities misdemeanor criminals vacations in mexico during a pandemic

Canna
Canna 3 weeks

Totally expect to see from her again...

O.T.Q.D
O.T.Q.D 3 weeks

What a mucking joke

Doug Star
Doug Star 3 weeks

color that KRA KRA Gone!

Matt
Matt 3 weeks

From my understanding all she is being charged with is misdemeanors anyway

Cameron
Cameron 3 weeks

Dichotomous justice in full effect. Send her to prison, and make her work off her debt to society with hard labor. That little insurrection was expensive. I wouldn't want that were it not for this stunt. This is the definition of a terrible person.

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