During the court trial last Thursday of Dominic Pezzola, one of the defendants of the January 6, 2021, Capitol breach, it was learned that exculpatory evidence was withheld by the government – raw video footage that Tucker Carlson aired on Monday. Much worse, however, was the discovery that communications between FBI agents casually discussing altering a document and destroying hundreds of pieces of potentially exculpatory evidence.
The findings were revealed during the testimony of FBI special agent Nicole Miller, who was involved in the agency’s investigations of the January 6th defendants.
During the cross-examination of Miller, Nick Smith, an attorney representing Proud Boys member (and Pezzola’s co-defendant) Ethan Nordean, revealed classified FBI emails that were hidden in a tab in an Excel spreadsheet. Based on the inexcusable actions of the FBI, a motion to dismiss was filed by the Pezzola’s attorney. Also contained in the motion is the allegation that the FBI was monitoring communications between Nordean and his lawyer, a clear violation of the Sixth Amendment.
Read the motion for full details, filed on March 9, 2023:
Additional allegations of government/FBI misconduct is contained in the filing by co-defendant Ethan Nordeen as detailed here:
The weaponization of the FBI and the DoJ to “set up” patriots involved in a peaceful demonstration on January 6, 2021 is rapidly being proven.