No Shot at a Fair Trial for January 6 Defendants in the Swamp
Julie Kelly, American Greatness
In any other situation, requests to move a trial out of a jurisdiction that not only holds deep
antipathy toward the defendants but has been blanketed with nonstop negative news coverage about the accused would be a no-brainer. A jury of peers for January 6 defendants, a Constitutional right, clearly is unattainable. How D.C. judges rule on the question will say more about the prejudice of the D.C. judicial system than any poll ever could.