September 18, 2023 – DOJ gives Ray Epps the James Wolfe treatment – charged with one misdemeanor count; Judge Boasberg presides

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Ray Epps whispers in Ryan Samsel’s ear who then carries out a breach of the police barricades on January 6, 2021. (Credit: public domain)

The man who was seen on multiple video tapes urging the January 6th crowd to storm the Capitol building, the previously well-known agent provocateur Ray Epps, has been charged by the DOJ with one misdemeanor count of “Disorderly or Disruptive Conduct.”

Worse still, the announcement from Main Justice comes via the format of an “information” {SEE HERE} which implies a plea deal was already reached as the charge was made public.  Now the DOJ can say they ‘arrested‘ the guy, and simultaneously flip the narrative as evidence he wasn’t a confidential human source.

This velvet glove arrangement bears striking similarity to the DOJ approach when Senate Intelligence Committee head of security, James Wolfe, leaked the Top-Secret Carter Page FISA application, and was only charged with one count of lying to the FBI about it. {Go DeepBut wait… it gets better.  The pre-selected DC judge is none other than, James Boasberg. {Go Deep}  You just can’t make this stuff up folks.

WASHINGTON — Ray Epps, a Jan. 6 participant whose removal from the FBI’s Capitol Violence webpage sparked conspiracy theories that he was a federal informant, was charged in connection with the Capitol attack on Tuesday.

Epps is charged with one misdemeanor count, disorderly or disruptive conduct on restricted grounds. He was charged by information, suggesting that he plans to enter a plea deal. Not long after he was charged, a virtual plea agreement hearing was set for Wednesday, Sept. 20 before Chief Judge James Boasberg. (read more)

He doesn’t even have to show up in court for the DOJ to have Judge Boasberg rubber stamp the issue.

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