Dallas (AP) – A federal On Friday, the judge allowed a west Texas The flower shop owner accused him of traveling to a four-day Mexico-related work in riots in the US Capitol last month.
US District Judge Trevor McFadden, in an order granting a request for a visit to Jenny Cudd later this month, said that neither her pretrial services officer nor prosecutors opposed the request. He also stated that he had no criminal history and said there was no evidence that he was a flight risk or a danger to others.
Kud was initially charged last month for entering a prohibited building and disorderly conduct. He was released on a personal recognizance bond.
On Wednesday, a federal grand jury indicted them on two of those charges and three additional charges: obstructing an official proceeding, parade, disorderly conduct in the Capitol as well as parading, demonstrating, or staging a building.
“We broke up” the door of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, she said in a Facebook video during the American Capitol riots. But a former Midland mayoral candidate, Kad, later said she did not personally go to Pelosi’s office or see people breaking the door and said that when she said “we”, she meant everyone in the Capitol . He said that he did not do anything violent or destroy any property.
Following the riots in the Capitol, Cudd’s Midland Shop, Becky’s Flowers, was filled with dozens of one-star reviews calling him a traitor and a domestic terrorist with photographs inside the Capitol.
In seeking permission for the trip, Cudd’s lawyers said the trip to Mexico’s Caribbean coast was a “work-related relationship retreat” with his colleagues and his spouse. He said the trip was prepaid and planned before the capital riot.
On January 6, crowds of supporters of former President Donald Trump barged into the Capitol to disrupt the vote count. Five people, including a Capitol police officer, died.
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