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Stop Theft Leader Collaborates with Department of Justice investigation of capitol riot

He first prominent figure in confirm cooperation in in governmentexpanding criminal probe.

In a statement published through one of Alexander told his lawyers that “the subpoena says that I’m not a goal, but I want information about “Women for America First, March to Save America. event that preceded the rebellion.

“I don’t believe that I have information it will be useful to them, but I cooperate as best I can reiterate that I’m not the target because I didn’t do anything. wrong,” he said.

Alexander continued: “I condemn anyone who planned to undermine my permission event and other permitted events of that day on The Capitol provides grounds for any counterproductive action.”

Alexander is the central figure for investigators trying to understand how rallies on January 6 were financed, organized and promoted and eventually culminated in attack in the Capitol intended to stop certification of selective votes for presidency of Joe Biden.

Alexander in December awarded over to the House Select Committee to Investigate January 6, Thousands of text messages and communication records that include his interaction with members of Congress and former President Donald Trump’s inner circle leading up to riots, according to a court document filed at the time.

Revelations came from his challenge to the committee’s efforts to obtain records of his telephone conversations directly from your telecommunications provider.

“Alexander received notice from Verizon that a special committee has subpoenaed Verizon. for nine categories of information connected with Alexander’s personal mobile phone number, the statement said. “The requested data is not relevant to the investigation and cleanup. up privileged connections between Alexander and the clergy, Alexander and people he spiritually advises Alexander and his respective attorneys.”

move came after Alexander sat down for some hours of testimony with the committee.

“I am going to go in there and cooperate where I can, where I cannot, I will invoke my constitutional rights. We have tons of certificate for them,” Alexander said, before turning to testimony behind closed doors.

“We have given the committee with thousands of records, hundreds of pages,” he said. — And you know, unfortunately, I think that this committee is gone way too much in our privacy, way too much in my First Amendment. But I admit they have a legislature duty hold it, so we’re here to cooperate.”

This story was updated with additional details.


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