Friday the 22nd
Sentencing begins soon in Jan 6 case of Moises Romero. Feds seek 11 months jail, arguing he "led a group that forcibly pushed through a makeshift police barricade at the Senate.."
Sunday the 17th
DOJ is seeking 11 months in federal prison for U.S. Capitol rioter Moises Romero, who pleaded guilty to a felony count of civil disorder in connection with his actions on Jan. 6.
Wednesday the 16th
Moises Romero, of Florida. He pleaded guilty to civil disorder earlier in front of Judge Chutkan. Sentencing set for July 22
Thursday the 7th
Florida man Moises Romero arrested in Jan. 6 attack. Feds say he was part of the mob that brawled with cops.
Tuesday the 12nd
2 South Floridians (Moises Romero and Nicholes Lentz) post photos, videos of themselves at U.S. Capitol riot
Wednesday the 6th
January 6th Washington D.C. Capitol Riot
Case Information: Justice.gov Case# 1:21-CR-677 - Moises Romero Status: GUILTY Charge: FELONY CIVIL DISORDER Sentence: 12 months and 1 day imprisonment, 12 months supervised release, 60 hours community service, $2,000 restitution. Docs: Timeline:
Originally filed as 1:21-mj-612.
Pleaded guilty 3/16/22.
Sentenced 7/22/22 to12 months and 1 day imprisonment, 12 months supervised release, 60 hours community service, $2,000 restitution.
Last Update: July 22, 2022 Summary: At front of crowd pushing against police at doors on the Senate side of the building Entered the Capitol Building at approximately 2:47 p.m. (via MongrelData) More Information: Hashtags:
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