EXCELLENT: Prosecutors Are Mining Data From Phones Of Inauguration Day Rioters

The left wing idiots who rioted on inauguration day are in a world of trouble. To make matters worse for them and other people who participated, prosecutors are mining their phones for data.

The DCist reported:

Prosecutors Are Mining Data From The Cellphones Of Inauguration Day Arrestees

Prosecutors said they’ve been mining the data from the more than 100 phones confiscated from people arrested in D.C. on Inauguration Day, according to court documents filed this week.

The cell phones were seized and searched for evidence when 230 people were arrested by D.C. Police during protests on Inauguration Day, including journalists and legal observers. Ultimately, 214 of them were charged with felony rioting. Lawyers familiar with the District say that the mass felony charges are a departure from previous policy.

If convicted, the charge comes with a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and a $25,000 fine.

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While most of the protests in D.C. on Inauguration Day were peaceful, police and demonstrators clashed in downtown D.C. after some protesters smashed windows and set fires. The filing calls it a “violent riot” that caused more than $100,000 in damages to buildings, property, and vehicles. Six officers faced minor injuries.

Let’s hope the prosecutors make an example out of these folks by throwing the book at them.

They deserve it.

 

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