Frisco actual property agent Jenna Ryan pleads responsible of misdemeanor prices within the Capitol Riots
DALLAS – A Frisco real estate agent was in federal court again Thursday on charges of being one of the Trump supporters mobs that attacked the Capitol on Jan. 6.
Jenna Ryan and others flew from Denton to Washington DC and threatened to storm the Capitol in a social media post. She posted photos and videos of herself during the uprising.
A video posted on her Facebook profile on the day of the riot showed her speaking in a mirror and saying, “We’re going to go down and storm the Capitol. We’re going to do it. So wish me luck. “
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In March, Ryan pleaded not guilty of entering and staying in a restricted building, disorderly and disruptive behavior in a restricted building, forcing himself into and out of a US Capitol, and showing, demonstrating or striking in a US Capitol.
She changed her pleading in court Thursday after accepting a deal. The details of this plea are not yet known.
Ryan will be convicted on November 4th on charges of violent intrusion and misconduct within the Capitol grounds; Parade, demonstration or picket in a Capitol building.
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