‘Praying Grandma’ Who Walked In Capitol On J6 Found Guilty By DC Jury

On Thursday afternoon, a Colorado grandmother who briefly entered the Capitol Building on January 6, after praying on the grounds with a group for over an hour, was found guilty on four misdemeanor charges.

Multiple sources close to the case confirmed to The Post Millennial that she had been found guilty this afternoon by a DC jury. She could be sentenced to a year in prison and fines exceeding $200,000.

The jury deliberated for nearly 26 hours before finding Lavrenz guilty. She is 71-years-old and owns a bed and breakfast in Colorado Springs.

Rebecca Lavrenz had been charged with entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds, disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building or grounds, disorderly conduct in a Capitol Building, and parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol Building.

Lavrenze testified in her own defense for five hours on Monday, and the jury began deliberations on the same day, stretching all the way to Thursday. “The deliberation was good because obviously at least one person on the jury was fighting for me, and many people have been convicted in the first hour,” she said.