Jury returns with split decision in Gov. Whitmer kidnap plot trial

According to Fox News:

The verdicts against Daniel Harris and Brandon Caserta were read in the federal court in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Jurors said they couldn’t agree on verdicts against Adam Fox and Barry Croft Jr. Prosecutors described Fox as a ringleader of an anti-government group.

Earlier in the day, the jurors said that there are several counts which the deliberative body were deadlocked on. Testimony began on March 9.

“It is not unusual to come back somewhere along the line of deliberations and say ‘we tried, but couldn’t get there,'” U.S. District Judge Robert Jonker said, according to Detroit News. “At least not on everything.”

This combination of photos provided by the Kent County Sheriff and the Delaware Department of Justice shows, top row from left, Brandon Caserta and Barry Croft; and bottom row from left, Adam Dean Fox and Daniel Harris. The four members of anti-government groups are facing trial in March 2022 on federal charges accusing them in a plot to abduct Michigan’s Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in 2020. (Kent County Sheriff, Delaware Department of Justice via AP File)

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4 Responses to Jury returns with split decision in Gov. Whitmer kidnap plot trial

  1. Pa Hermit says:

    They look like real winners!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. texan59 says:

    Funny how this works when the Feds infiltrate and get thing started. People are finally waking up. Unless you work for the Secret Service. Apparently there are some there with issues. 😉

    Liked by 3 people

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