A federal prosecutor offered a judicial deal to a Fleetwood man charged with attacking three police officers and members of the press during a January 6 riot in the U.S. Capitol, the judge said Wednesday. Was told to.
Without providing details, US Federal Attorney General Anita Eve told Judge Randolph Moss of the US District Court that the judicial transaction had been extended to Alan Byerley. 54-year-old entered innocence plea in September Assault federal police officers, obstruct law enforcement during civil turmoil, enter restricted buildings, and show chaotic behavior in restricted buildings.
“In a sense, Ball is in the defense court to return to the government on the proposed plea recognition,” Eve told the judge in a brief hearing, and all evidence against Buyerley defended. Was shared with.
Federal lawyer James McHugh, appointed as Byerly’s agent, said he met with his clients last week to discuss the judicial deal, but it took more time to consider it. He said he had some questions about the evidence provided by the prosecutor. And it will be submitted by him shortly.
McHugh requested another hearing within 30 days. Upon request, the judge set up a hearing on November 29th.
According to the billing document:
Byerly was in a riot crowd gathered near a row of bicycle racks set up by police to keep the crowd away.
The video shows a bailey just behind a bike rack holding something that looks like a taser. Activate the taser by lifting it in the air with your right hand. Byary then accused the police, including “Tasser! Taser! Taser!” To warn their fellow officers.
Within seconds, the officers were able to knock out the Taser gun from Buyer Lee’s hand. However, he charged the officer, beat him, and kept pushing. At some point, he tried to steal the baton from the officer and, in the process, slammed the officer into the ground.
Officers were finally able to curb Byerly. However, he was able to escape from the scene with the help of a fellow mob.
The attack on police officers was the second assault involving Byerly on January 6.
Early that afternoon, Byerly was caught in a video posted by the media. It showed that he had been pulled down the stairs flight, pushed to the ground, and participated in the Associated Press photographer’s assault dragged towards a swarm of protesters.
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