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WATCH: Jan 6th Attorneys Claim They’re Looking Into Dozens Of ‘Suspicious Actors’

This shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone closely following the events of the last several years. …

According to reports, attorneys for the January 6th defendants have examined video footage from that day and identified 80 ‘suspicious actors’. …

These are individuals that the lawyers allege are causing an outsized amount of trouble, who do not seem to fit in or are placed in seemingly strategic places around the Capitol.

The implication here, of course, is that these 80 individuals are potentially professional agitators, FBI informants, or other undercover law enforcement assets.

Though it was not widely reported at the time, it has become public knowledge that a majority of the people involved in the Governor Whitmer kidnapping plot were government informants. …

Why would the January 6th protests be any different? Why would these entrapment tactics not apply here?

vast majority of conservatives and libertarians believe that one individual, in particular, was an FBI informant. …

Ray Epps was captured on multiple pieces of footage, independently shot, from multiple angles that all show him calling for protestors to storm the Capitol, among other forms of agitation and calls to action.

His recent appearance on CBS News’ 60 Minutes only further inflamed those rumors and the speculation surrounding his alleged role in the January 6th protests.

Here’s what we currently know about the ongoing investigation into potential FBI informants and professional agitators present at the January 6th demonstrations:

According to The Epoch Times:

Geyer, who represents Oath Keepers defendant Kenneth Harrelson, is seeking a court order from U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta compelling federal prosecutors to help identify the individuals and disclose whether they were working for law enforcement or any government agency on January 6.

Geyer wrote that the information is exculpatory, which compels the government to produce it. Other Oath Keepers defendants are expected to join in the motion.

The May 5 filing comes on the heels of an April 12 Oath Keepers motion that alleged at least 20 “assets” from the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) were embedded in the crowds on January 6.


The Federalist dissected Epps’ recent 60 Minutes appearance:

Whitaker also asked Epps about a text message to a nephew following the riot.

“I was in front with a few others,” Epps had written. “I also orchestrated it.”

“Explain this to me,” Whitaker asked.

Epps’ response hardly put to rest the so-called “conspiracy theories” about his possible role as an undercover provocateur.

Epps claimed the text message was merely “boasting to my nephew.”

“I helped get people there, I was directing people to the Capitol that morning,” Epps said.


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