Wednesday the 13rd
Ex-felon cousins (Robert Bauer and Edward Hemenway) get 45 days in jail for storming US Capitol Two cousins with extensive criminal records were sentenced Wednesday to 45 days in jail for storming the US Capitol during the pro-Trump insurrection on January 6.
Thursday the 1st
Kentucky man (Robert L. Bauer) pleads guilty in U.S. Capitol riot, faces maximum of 6 months in prison Robert L. Bauer admitted he went into the U.S. Capitol He said he was motivated by Trump’s words.
Friday the 12nd
Friday the 15th
Wednesday the 6th
January 6th Washington D.C. Capitol Riot
Edward E Hemenway II
Insurrectionist who accepted plea deal and was sentenced to 45 days in jail, 60 hours community service, and $500 for taking part in the Jan 6 Capitol Riots Case Information: Justice.gov Case# 1:21-CR-49 - Robert L Bauer Status: GUILTY Charge: PARADING, DEMONSTRATING OR PICKETING IN A CAPITOL BUILDING Sentence: 45 days incarceration, 60 hours community service and $500 restitution. Docs: Timeline:
Arrested on 1/15/21. Initial appearance 1/21/21.
Charged via criminal information on 1/22/21. Arraigned 2/12/21 andpleaded not guilty to all counts.
Plea agreement enteredon 6/28/21 and pleaded guilty to count 4.
Sentenced 10/13 to 45 days incarceration, 60 hours community service and $500 restitution.
Last Update: October 13, 2021 Summary: Entered Capitol building through unmanned door. Attended with Edward Hemenway (cousin) & his wife, Jenna Bauer. Jenna did not enter Capitol. (via MongrelData) More Information: Hashtags:
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