Oath Keepers Leader Pushes To Testify Publicly Before J6 Panel

Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes is pushing to publicly testify before the House's J6 committee

  • Rhodes is incarcerated and awaiting trial on seditious conspiracy charges that carry up to 20 years in prison
  • “He’s willing to speak directly with the January 6 Select Committee. He has a few what I consider to be extremely reasonable conditions to be met,” said attorney James Lee Bright
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