January 6 Rioter Jenny Cudd Sentenced On Wednesday

 

WASHINGTON, D.C.– Jenny Cudd, who was involved in the January 6 insurrection at the Capitol in last year, has been sentenced.  

Cudd has been sentenced to two months probation and was fined $5,000.00. Judge Trevor McFadden handed out the sentencing.

Jenny Cudd pleaded guilty to entering a federal building without permission and engaged in disorderly conduct. While this is a misdemeanor charge, she faced federal charges of obstruction of an official proceeding remaining in a restricted building or grounds and parading, demonstrating, or picketing in the Capitol.

Cudd’s team said that she was treated harsher than the Kavanaugh and Portland protesters and she did not deserve jail time.

Nonetheless, Cudd did take fire at the government saying, “I believe that the Biden administration has weaponized the Department of Justice and that has been shown over and over and not just against January 6 defendants.”

The Department of Justice recommended a 75-day sentence.

Cudd was in San Angelo last month at the 2022 Republican Woman County Judge Candidate Forum. and invited people to support the January 6 "Political Prisoners".

To read more on the Jenny Cudd saga, CLICK HERE.

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