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Federal prosecutors announced charges on Friday against six people affiliated with the right-wing paramilitary group Oath Keepers for their roles in the Capitol riot last month.
All six were arrested this week in Florida, North Carolina and Ohio.
Graydon Young, 54; Kelly Meggs, 52; and Connie Meggs, 59, were arrested in Florida this week.
According to the prosecutors, Watkins had been awaiting ‘activation’ from former President TrumpDonald TrumpThune: Trump allies partaking in ‘cancel culture’ by punishing senators who voted to convict Biden administration open to restarting nuclear talks with Iran Trump-McConnell rift divides GOP donors MORE in the weeks after the election.
Kelly Meggs, allegedly a member of a Florida Oath Keepers chapter, sent a Facebook message in late December saying “Trump said It’s gonna be wild!!!!!!! At the same time, according to the prosecutors, Young, who’s also said to be a member of the same Florida chapter, allegedly arranged for a group to receive instruction from a Florida company that specializes in combat and firearms training.
The Justice Department pointed to messages from people in the group that appeared to suggest they were willing to go into the Capitol unarmed on January 6 because they would have a “heavy QRF 10 Min out,’ a military acronym for quick reaction force, which are typically units capable of rapid deployment.