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Last 50 tweets from @MacFarlaneNews
Capitol riot defendants who are serving as their own defense lawyers continue to make....... interesting.... court filings

Response from court to Eric Bochene's reference to "Bishop of the Diocese of Syracuse" and "Vicar General & moderator of the Curia (New York)" ===>
 
The search warrant.... and the pressure on the Justice Dept

My latest reporting ====>
 
NEW: Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY):

"The country deserves a thorough and immediate explanation of what led to the events of Monday. Attorney General Garland and the Department of Justice should already have provided answers to the American people and must do so immediately”
 
Rep Scott Perry (R-PA): “This morning, while traveling with my family, 3 FBI agents visited me and seized my cell phone.”
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
As background: House Jan 6 Select Cmte accused Rep Perry of involvement in effort to orchestrate post-Election Day 2020 shakeup of US Justice Dept… and of seeking Presidential pardon in final days of Trump term (which Perry has denied)
 
Rep Scott Perry (R-PA): “This morning, while traveling with my family, 3 FBI agents visited me and seized my cell phone.”
 
Scott MacFarlane Retweeted ·  
Trump atty Lindsey Halligan, who was at Mar-a-Lago yesterday, tells @CBSNews the FBI targeted 3 rooms for the search - a bedroom, office and storage room. Search teams wore t-shirts, cargo pants, gloves and masks and brought 10-15 vehicles including a Ryder truck, per Halligan.
 
Per teammate @ArdenFarhi - Trump defense attorney says she saw 30-40 FBI personnel conducting search, a handful dressed in suits, but most in t-shirts, cargo pants, masks and gloves.  She estimates 10-15 FBI vehicles went in and out of the property including a Ryder truck.
 
Gov Larry Hogan (R-Maryland), a frequent Trump critic: “The American people deserve to know all the facts as soon as possible, and I call on the Biden Administration to release - at a minimum - the documents authorizing the FBI search”
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Feds: "Robertson was Fracker’s mentor, friend, and commanding officer at their police department & Robertson recruited him to participate in the criminal conduct. Fracker was late to cooperate in our investigation, which the govt. attributes in-part to the emotional challenge.."
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Prosecutors (more): "Fracker has not only provided considerable assistance to the government’s investigation and prosecution of Robertson, but he has also shown substantial remorse for his behavior..."
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Justice Dept: "Fracker’s substantial cooperation led directly to the conviction of his codefendant, Robertson. This came at great personal cost to Fracker, as Robertson was his friend & mentor; their relationship was so close that Fracker routinely referred to Robertson as “dad"
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Feds: "Robertson was Fracker’s mentor, friend, and commanding officer at their police department & Robertson recruited him to participate in the criminal conduct. Fracker was late to cooperate in our investigation, which the govt. attributes in-part to the emotional challenge.."
 
Justice Dept to seek 6-months probation & home confinement for former Rocky Mount, Virginia police officer Jacob Fracker in Jan 6 case. Feds say Fracker deserves leniency for serving as witness in fellow officer Thomas Robertson's trial

(MORE) pic.twitter.com/JeblMbfm8U
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Justice Dept: "Fracker’s substantial cooperation led directly to the conviction of his codefendant, Robertson. This came at great personal cost to Fracker, as Robertson was his friend & mentor; their relationship was so close that Fracker routinely referred to Robertson as “dad"
 
Justice Dept to seek 6-months probation & home confinement for former Rocky Mount, Virginia police officer Jacob Fracker in Jan 6 case. Feds say Fracker deserves leniency for serving as witness in fellow officer Thomas Robertson's trial

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In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Graham says "I think President Trump is going to push through this. The Dept of Justice has a heavy burden here"
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Asked if he regrets making the calls to GA Sec of State Raffensperger... He says "read my brief".. "this weaponization of the law needs to stop. I will use the courts and we'll go as far as we need to go and do whatever needs to be done, so that people like me can do our job"
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Graham says he's talked to Trump twice today
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Graham says "I think President Trump is going to push through this. The Dept of Justice has a heavy burden here"
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Graham says there's an "unending desire" to destroy Trump Graham says he talks to Trump twice a day. He says tells Trump "There are legal systems in this country, avail yourself of it"
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Graham says he's talked to Trump twice today
 
At news conference just now, Sen Lindsey Graham (R-SC) describes FBI search of Mar-a-Lago as "unnerving"

Then responding to question about on-line chatter of violence ... "We need to go to the ballot box to take out our frustrations
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Graham says there's an "unending desire" to destroy Trump Graham says he talks to Trump twice a day. He says tells Trump "There are legal systems in this country, avail yourself of it"
 
At news conference just now, Sen Lindsey Graham (R-SC) describes FBI search of Mar-a-Lago as "unnerving"

Then responding to question about on-line chatter of violence ... "We need to go to the ballot box to take out our frustrations
 
FLASH: House Ways and Means Committee says it expects to begin receiving Trump tax returns and audit files "immediately."
BREAKING: Former President Trump's tax returns can be released to a House committee, a federal appeals court ruled. cbsn.ws/3SFQbHd
 
NEW: Judge sentences Jan 6 defendant Jason Hyland of Texas to 7 days jail. Feds had sought 30 days. Hyland said he was sorry, no longer believes what he believed on Jan 6.. then slammed FOX NEWS as “sad” and one-sided
TODAY: Feds to seek 30-day jail sentence in Jan 6 case of Jason Hyland of Texas, who's accused of recording himself by Capitol saying "I just entered this f***ing house because I own part of it. We’re not gonna quit; you can’t steal elections from us.” pic.twitter.com/dnpaZWtNPR
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Judge to Hyland: “You had an opportunity to be a leader. Not a follower” on Jan 6. Judge says Hyland will serve prison time, citing the fact that Hyland returned to hotel after Ellipse rally, heard Fox News and saw texts reporting chaos at Capitol.. then went to Capitol anyhow
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Judge sentences Jason Hyland of Texas to *7 days* in jail. Below the 30 days requested by Justice Dept. And $4000 fine
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Judge Christopher Cooper is issuing sentence. And says Jan 6 has done “damage to our democratic institutions” He says Hyland is at the “very low end of culpability” and appears to show remorse
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Judge to Hyland: “You had an opportunity to be a leader. Not a follower” on Jan 6. Judge says Hyland will serve prison time, citing the fact that Hyland returned to hotel after Ellipse rally, heard Fox News and saw texts reporting chaos at Capitol.. then went to Capitol anyhow
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Hyland: “I love this country. I never saw myself falling into believing something I did that day” (“Falling into” is a phrase a variant of which we’ve heard before in Jan 6 sentencing hearings)
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Judge Christopher Cooper is issuing sentence. And says Jan 6 has done “damage to our democratic institutions” He says Hyland is at the “very low end of culpability” and appears to show remorse
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Hyland: Jan 6 “is not a day I’m proud of. I don’t know how to answer my children’s questions. I made a mistake”
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Hyland: “I love this country. I never saw myself falling into believing something I did that day” (“Falling into” is a phrase a variant of which we’ve heard before in Jan 6 sentencing hearings)
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Hyland: “If you watch FOX NEWS, you’re not going to see the other side. And that’s sad”
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Hyland: Jan 6 “is not a day I’m proud of. I don’t know how to answer my children’s questions. I made a mistake”
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Hyland tells judge: “it was my decision. I made it.” About his election fraud beliefs: “I don’t believe what I believed that day” He said he was at Capitol to support Trump. But Hyland isn’t criticizing Trump by name in this hearing
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Hyland: “If you watch FOX NEWS, you’re not going to see the other side. And that’s sad”
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Hyland is asking for leniency Cites troubles to his business (“I’ve had employees quit. People won’t work us”). He says “If you Google me.. I have to explain it” Jan 6 defendants frequently cite their Google problem
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Hyland tells judge: “it was my decision. I made it.” About his election fraud beliefs: “I don’t believe what I believed that day” He said he was at Capitol to support Trump. But Hyland isn’t criticizing Trump by name in this hearing
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Hyland is accused of standing by and witnessing the destruction of media equipment by the mob (Other defendants are specifically accused of targeting media on the Capitol grounds Jan 6)
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Hyland is asking for leniency Cites troubles to his business (“I’ve had employees quit. People won’t work us”). He says “If you Google me.. I have to explain it” Jan 6 defendants frequently cite their Google problem
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Defense: “He came to the Capitol to support his President” “He went to the Ellipse. They left the Ellipse. They went to the Capitol….” (It’s common at Jan 6 hearings for defense to ascribe actions to the overall mob)
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Hyland is accused of standing by and witnessing the destruction of media equipment by the mob (Other defendants are specifically accused of targeting media on the Capitol grounds Jan 6)
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Defense says Hyland thought election was stolen and “wanted to see a different outcome” Let’s see if judge asks Hyland about this directly before hearing ends. And whether it dovetails into conversation about federal search at Mar-a-lago or possible Trump 2024 run
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Defense: “He came to the Capitol to support his President” “He went to the Ellipse. They left the Ellipse. They went to the Capitol….” (It’s common at Jan 6 hearings for defense to ascribe actions to the overall mob)
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Defense: Hyland asked about whether Trump had “invoked the Insurrection Act” on Jan 6, when he learned Natl Guard was deployed. Defense is arguing Hyland wasn’t “supporting” the invocation of Insurrection Act, but simply asking about it
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Defense says Hyland thought election was stolen and “wanted to see a different outcome” Let’s see if judge asks Hyland about this directly before hearing ends. And whether it dovetails into conversation about federal search at Mar-a-lago or possible Trump 2024 run
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Defense begins: “There is no doubt .. he should’ve turned around and left. He knew it within days .. weeks.. that he shouldn’t have been there” (Noting defense’s timeframe for Hyland’s remorse. Feds argue he defended/celebrated participation in days after Jan 6)
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Defense: Hyland asked about whether Trump had “invoked the Insurrection Act” on Jan 6, when he learned Natl Guard was deployed. Defense is arguing Hyland wasn’t “supporting” the invocation of Insurrection Act, but simply asking about it
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Long discussion between prosecutor and Judge Christopher Cooper about “remorse” by defendants in Jan 6 cases Judge: “I’ve seen contrite defendants go outside to the courthouse steps or to news media and say the opposite. Difficult to differentiate btw crocodile tears & remorse”
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Defense begins: “There is no doubt .. he should’ve turned around and left. He knew it within days .. weeks.. that he shouldn’t have been there” (Noting defense’s timeframe for Hyland’s remorse. Feds argue he defended/celebrated participation in days after Jan 6)
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Asst US Attorney continues her argument, saying Hyland’s companions “celebrated” after riot. She says Hyland also was amid mob that “verbally confronted police… called them traitors”
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Long discussion between prosecutor and Judge Christopher Cooper about “remorse” by defendants in Jan 6 cases Judge: “I’ve seen contrite defendants go outside to the courthouse steps or to news media and say the opposite. Difficult to differentiate btw crocodile tears & remorse”
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Asst US Attorney continues her argument, saying Hyland’s companions “celebrated” after riot. She says Hyland also was amid mob that “verbally confronted police… called them traitors”
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Prosecutor say Hyland was further inflaming the mob. And she says he later sent messages claiming “he did nothing wrong” and that property wasn’t destroyed
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Waiting to hear what judge says, in particular, during this sentencing. Often times, federal judges give opinions on state of Jan 6 investigation, Trump’s ongoing election denialism, and impact of Trump on supporters. Very interested if judge mentions Mar-a-Lago search impact
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Asst US Attorney continues her argument, saying Hyland’s companions “celebrated” after riot. She says Hyland also was amid mob that “verbally confronted police… called them traitors”
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Prosecutor: Ahead of Jan 6, “(Hyland) exchanged messages about how to protect himself once he arrived in Washington” “He talked about bringing weapons… concerned that he and his companions needed to be protected”
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Waiting to hear what judge says, in particular, during this sentencing. Often times, federal judges give opinions on state of Jan 6 investigation, Trump’s ongoing election denialism, and impact of Trump on supporters. Very interested if judge mentions Mar-a-Lago search impact
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
We are underway in sentencing of Jason Hyland. Prosecutors argue Hyland “had a mission to defend the former President” “He was seeking redress for grievances shared by the crowd. But he prepared for more..”
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Prosecutor: Ahead of Jan 6, “(Hyland) exchanged messages about how to protect himself once he arrived in Washington” “He talked about bringing weapons… concerned that he and his companions needed to be protected”
 
TODAY: Feds to seek 30-day jail sentence in Jan 6 case of Jason Hyland of Texas, who's accused of recording himself by Capitol saying "I just entered this f***ing house because I own part of it. We’re not gonna quit; you can’t steal elections from us.” pic.twitter.com/dnpaZWtNPR
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
We are underway in sentencing of Jason Hyland. Prosecutors argue Hyland “had a mission to defend the former President” “He was seeking redress for grievances shared by the crowd. But he prepared for more..”
 
TODAY: Feds to seek 30-day jail sentence in Jan 6 case of Jason Hyland of Texas, who's accused of recording himself by Capitol saying "I just entered this f***ing house because I own part of it. We’re not gonna quit; you can’t steal elections from us.”
 
Back in court Thursday ... in Contempt of Congress case ===>
 
After investigations begin, no one knows exactly where they’ll lead. Just filed to @CBSNews
CBS News’ @MacFarlaneNews reports on the search warrant executed on fmr. Pres. Trump's Mar-a-Lago home, related to the National Archives investigation.

“Investigations by federal law enforcement tend to sprawl. They tend to grow. This search warrant is going to be key.” pic.twitter.com/MoLOYkW8Jn
 
Scott MacFarlane Retweeted ·  
"This is without precedent in American history, a former President of the United States now subject to a search of his primary residence by the FBI" - @MajorCBS @CBSEveningNews
 
Per multiple sources speaking with CBS News, the search at Mar-a-Lago is related to the missing White House documents
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Federal search warrants are often sealed. I’m not seeing the relevant search warrant unsealed in federal court records in Florida
 
Per multiple sources speaking with CBS News, the search at Mar-a-Lago is related to the missing White House documents
 
In reply to @MacFarlaneNews
Trump statement (More): “After working and cooperating with the relevant government agencies, this unannounced raid on my home was not necessary or appropriate.”
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Trump statement (More): “They even broke into my safe!”
 
FLASH: In statement, former President Trump says FBI is raiding Mar-a-Lago pic.twitter.com/KDcSm4OTDv
Replying to @MacFarlaneNews
Trump statement (More): “After working and cooperating with the relevant government agencies, this unannounced raid on my home was not necessary or appropriate.”
 
FLASH: In statement, former President Trump says FBI is raiding Mar-a-Lago
 
Just filed to @CBSEveningNews ===>
Senate Democrats are celebrating following the passage of a multi-billion dollar spending bill that’s focused on healthcare, climate change and taxes. @MacFarlaneNews has more on how and when you might feel the impact of this new bill. pic.twitter.com/4LlC1sPJ2L
 
 
Scott MacFarlane Retweeted ·  
We caught up with @MacFarlaneNews, who told us about the "Beautiful Lives Project,” a non-profit traveling the country and organizing baseball games for people with disabilities.
 
 
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