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Former Marine, Former NYPD Officer, and Insurrectionist who was found guilty of assaulting officers during the Jan 6 Capitol Riots
- Location: NY
- Military: Marines
- Law Enforcement: Retired
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Monday the 2nd
Insurrectionist Thomas Webster found guilty on all charges at trial, including assaulting officers, sentenced to 10 years
Thursday the 28th
January 6 defendant claims self-defense in police assault case In the sixth Capitol riot trial, a January 6 defendant's hope for an acquittal seemingly rests on the jury believing he tackled a DC police officer in self-defense.
Wednesday the 27th
D.C. cop testifies he struggled to breathe as former NYPD officer (Thomas Webster) attacked him on Jan. 6 Officer Noah Rathbun said he "struggled" to get former NYPD officer Thomas Webster off him at the Capitol. “That’s not a position that anyone wants to be in."
Tuesday the 26th
Ex-cop who swung flagpole (Thomas Webster), tackled officer on Jan. 6 claims he showed 'restraint' An attorney for Thomas Webster alleged that a Metropolitan Police Department officer protecting the U.S. Capitol "started this whole thing."Trial Begins for Former N.Y.P.D. Officer (Thomas Webster) on Jan. 6 Charges A onetime member of Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s security detail is accused of assaulting a Washington police officer during the Capitol riot.
Friday the 3rd
Veteran NYPD officer (Thomas Webster) intends to claim self-defense against charges he repeatedly beat DC Police
Thursday the 25th
Thomas WEBSTER - eye-gouger a retired NYPD officer and former Marine United States Capitol Police and Metropolitan Police Department historical summary You might find this previous article (written in early February) helpful to better understand what the US Capitol Police (USCP) and Metropolitan Police Departments (MPPD) endured during the hours long hand to hand combat. A day after the Jan 6th Insurrection- I tweeted a lengthy thread and posted an affidavit filed in the
Tuesday the 23rd
Prosecutors say retired NYPD officer (Thomas Webster) beat police officer with metal pole during US Capitol riot Federal prosecutors have charged Thomas Webster, a former Marine and retired New York Police Department officer, with allegedly using an aluminum pole to assault a police officer during the Capitol riot on January 6.
Friday the 19th
Wednesday the 6th
January 6th Washington D.C. Capitol Riot
Case Information: Justice.gov Case# 1:21-CR-208 - Thomas Webster Status: GUILTY Charge: ASSAULTING, RESISTING, OR IMPEDING CERTAIN OFFICERS USING A DANGEROUS WEAPON; CIVIL DISORDER; ENTERING AND REMAINING IN A RESTRICTED BUILDING OR GROUNDS WITH A DEADLY OR DANGEROUS WEAPON; DISORDERLY AND DISRUPTIVE CONDUCT IN A RESTRICTED BUILDING OR GROUNDS WITH A DEADLY OR DANGEROUS WEAPON; ENGAGING IN PHYSICAL VIOLENCE IN A RESTRICTED BUILDING OR GROUNDS WITH A DEADLY OR DANGEROUS WEAPON; DISORDERLY CONDUCT WITHIN THE CAPITOL GROUNDS OR BUILDINGS; ACT OF PHYSICAL VIOLENCE WITHIN THE CAPITOL GROUNDS OR BUILDINGS Sentence: 10 years in prison, three years of supervised release, $2,060 in restitution. Docs: Timeline:
Arrested 2/22/21. Initial appearance held 2/23/2021.
Indicted 3/12. Arraigned 4/9/21 and pleaded not guilty to counts 1-7.
Superseding indictment filed 11/10/2021.
Found guilty of all charges on 5/2/22.
Sentenced 9/1/22 to 10 years in prison, three years of supervised release, $2,060 in restitution.
Last Update: September 1, 2022 Summary: Berates and attacks an officer with a flag pole on the West Plaza. Tackles the officer and attempts to remove his face mask. #BullhornLady is right next to him during gouging (via MongrelData) More Information: Hashtags:
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