I will be testifying at the January 6th Committee Hearings in Washington DC, giving a historical overview of the Oath Keepers and violent militias later this month
We also speak with local attorney Rebecca Lynn Urquhart with a breakdown of the alleged Colorado Open Meetings laws broken by the Estes Park School District Board of Education
The House committee that has for close to a year been investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol and the events that led up to it will hold a public hearing on Thursday evening to begin setting out its findings.
Over the last 11 months, the committee has interviewed hundreds of witnesses, including myself two times, once off the record via Zoom and the second time in Washington DC on the record. The committee has thousands of hours of video footage and more than 100,000 pages of documents. I have been asked to give a historical overview of the Oath Keepers and violent militias later this month
The hearing, which will be televised during prime time, is the first in a series that will run throughout June.
My Attorneys have told me that I am expected to give my testimony on Tuesday the 22nd of this month.
The committee will begin the live televised sessions at 8 p.m. Eastern time this Thursday.
I also interview local attorney Rebecca Lynn Urquhart with a breakdown of the alleged Colorado Open Meetings laws broken by the Estes Park School District Board of Education.
Rebecca has 43 years of experience and is admitted to practice law in the Colorado Supreme Court.
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