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The jury reached the verdict on the six counts unanimously but was hung on a charge relating to aiding and abetting the theft of the laptop charge as well as an obstruction charge.

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Williams joined a mob's attack on the Capitol after attending the "Stop the Steal" rally, where then-President Donald Trump addressed thousands of supporters earlier that day.

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The Harrisburg native was found guilty on six of eight charges, including disorderly conduct, entering a restricted building, civil disorder, unlawful parading, resisting police, while the jury was reportedly deadlocked on two other charges, according to CBS News.

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The jury also failed to reach a unanimous verdict on whether Williams obstructed an official proceeding.

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U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson ordered Williams be taken into custody after the jury delivered its verdict.

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Riley June Williams was found guilty of six federal counts, including civil disorder.

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Before she left the Capitol, Williams joined other rioters in pushing against police officers trying to clear the building's Rotunda.

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The term "groyper" refers to followers of "America First" movement leader Nick Fuentes, who has used his online platform to spew antisemitic and white supremacist rhetoric.

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Entering Pelosi's office, she found a laptop on a table and told another rioter, "Dude, put on gloves," before someone with a black gloved hand removed the computer, according to prosecutors.

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Before she left the Capitol, Williams joined other rioters in pushing against police officers trying to clear the building's Rotunda.

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In December 2020, Williams attended at least two rallies protesting the outcome of the presidential election.

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Riley June Williams was found guilty of six federal counts, including civil disorder.

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Before her trial, Williams' attorneys questioned the relevance of her political activities and ideology.

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But the witness said Williams kept the device or destroyed it when the transfer fell through, according to an FBI agent's affidavit.

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Williams also faced misdemeanor charges, including disorderly or disruptive conduct.

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A witness described as a former romantic partner of Williams told the FBI that she intended to send the stolen laptop or hard drive to a friend in Russia who planned to sell it to Russia's foreign intelligence service.

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Both rallies featured speeches by Fuentes.

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She was charged with theft of government property, assaulting police and obstructing the joint session of Congress for certifying the Electoral College vote.

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Williams was wearing a shirt bearing the message, "I'm with groyper," when she entered the Capitol.

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Police body camera captured the confrontation, as Williams encouraged other rioters to "keep pushing," and "push, push, push."

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Williams was wearing a shirt bearing the message, "I'm with groyper," when she entered the Capitol.

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The term "groyper" refers to followers of "America First" movement leader Nick Fuentes, who has used his online platform to spew antisemitic and white supremacist rhetoric.

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Both rallies featured speeches by Fuentes.

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She claimed her ex-boyfriend "made up" the allegation, prosecutors said.

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She claimed her ex-boyfriend "made up" the allegation, prosecutors said.

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Williams denied stealing the laptop when the FBI questioned her.

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Other followers of Fuentes have been charged with Jan. 6-related crimes, including former UCLA student Christian Secor, 24, of Costa Mesa, California.

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Secor, who was waving an "America First" flag when he entered the Capitol, was sentenced last month to three years and six months in prison.

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Williams, a resident of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, was arrested less than two weeks after the riot.

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She was charged with theft of government property, assaulting police and obstructing the joint session of Congress for certifying the Electoral College vote.

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During the trial, multiple videos were played of Riley -- some of which she shared with people she knew online who gave them to law enforcement agents -- inside of Pelosi's offices allegedly yelling "take the f**king laptop" as well as pushing against officers in the Capitol with her back.

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Washington – A Pennsylvania woman linked to the far-right "Groyper" extremist movement was convicted Monday of several federal charges after prosecutors said she was part of a group that stormed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office during the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol.

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By MICHAEL KUNZELMAN - Associated Press

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A video recorded by a man charged in connection with the Jan. 6 attack at the U.S. Capitol shows rioters inside House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office during the insurrection.

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Williams will be sentenced on February 22 and, according to prosecutors, could face two to three years in prison, according to sentencing guidelines.

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Prosecutors say they are still determining whether to retry the case against Williams on the charges of obstruction and aiding and abetting in the laptop theft.

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Williams — a devotee of Nick Fuentes and a far-right, white nationalist movement she is affiliated with called the "Groypers" — has been charged with aiding and abetting the theft of a laptop that Pelosi, D-Calif., used for Zoom meetings.

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In urging jurors to acquit Williams of obstructing an official proceeding, Ulrich said in her closing argument last week that the law requires prosecutors to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Williams had an "intent" to commit that offense.

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Prosecutors pinned the blame on her for ratcheting up the chaos and weaponizing a largely directionless crowd.

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FILE - This booking photo provided by the Dauphin County, Pa., Prison, shows Riley June Williams.

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A District of Columbia jury has found a Mechanicsburg woman accused of aiding in the theft of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's laptop guilty on some charges related to the Jan. 6 insurrection.

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"F---," Williams appeared to mouth to the man.

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The shelter in place was lifted around one hour later as police said the incident was "an isolated, targeted attack" posing "no imminent threat to the community at large".

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A federal jury in Washington began deliberating Wednesday in the trial of an accused rioter who authorities say urged an unidentified man to steal a laptop computer from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office during the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol.

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In a trial that began Nov. 8 in U.S. District Court, jurors were shown video of Williams exhorting rioters to push past security lines of police and climb stairs to the House speaker's suite of offices.

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The video, shown to jurors in the trial of Riley Williams, was shot by Kevin Lyons, another Jan. 6 defendant who faces six charges in connection with the Capitol attack and is set to go to trial in February.

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Prosecutors showed video evidence not only showing Williams telling rioters to steal Pelosi's laptop but also instructing them to use gloves when doing so.

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Dalke and Gordon showed the jury many of Williams's post-riot digital messages to friends that amounted to a narration of her offenses that day, the two prosecutors said.

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Republicans are on the cusp of retaking control of the House, just one victory shy of the 218 seats the party needs to secure a majority.

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Former President Donald Trump is preparing to launch his third campaign for the White House.

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NATO's chief and the president of Poland say there are no indications that a missile that fell on Polish farmland and killed two people was a deliberate attack.

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Tom Rice, Brian Steiner and Daniel Wood, the three men cited in the case, have previously filed at least four cases with similar claims to the Arizona Supreme Court since 2021 in an attempt to throw out the state's 2020 election results.

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The pardon applies to Oregon convictions for possession of an ounce or less of marijuana in cases before 2016 where the person involved was 21 or older, as long as possession was the only charge and there were no other victims.

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Latah County Coroner Cathy Mabbutt confirmed that each victim was stabbed multiple times with a "large knife", describing their wounds as "pretty extensive" and revealing that they bled out inside their student home.

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Pelosi's decision Thursday comes after Democrats lost the House majority to Republicans in the midterm elections and after the brutal attack on her husband, Paul, by an intruder at their San Francisco home.

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In reality, Lisa lost a whopping 50 pounds, and Terrance had no idea of his wife's stunning transformation After Lisa reached out to the Rachael Ray Show to ask for dieting tips, Rachael and the staff heard her story and decided to do her one better.

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Other video - apparently shot from a nearby tower block - shows the column of black smoke pouring out of a central section of the warehouse, with flames visible through facing windows.

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he Supreme Court just declined to hear an appeal by Black and Hispanic Texas voters who were accusing the Republican-led legislators of redrawing state Senate districts to intentionally diminish their voting power, according to Reuters.

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At the time, local officials said the fire began after a patron apparently fired a flare gun inside the building, leading to the roof collapsing.

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Williams later bragged online that she stole Pelosi's gavel, laptop and hard drives and that she "gave the electronic devices, or attempted to give them, to unspecified Russian individuals," prosecutors said in a June 2022 court filing.

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Williams later bragged online that she stole Pelosi's gavel, laptop and hard drives and that she "gave the electronic devices, or attempted to give them, to unspecified Russian individuals," prosecutors said in a June 2022 court filing.

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"There is a legitimate risk that jurors will judge Ms. Williams merely for the unpopular and extreme ideologies she has embraced in the past, rather than for the actual crimes with which she is charged."

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"There is no evidence linking her beliefs and actions prior to January 6 with her actions that day," they wrote.

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"To date, neither the laptop nor the gavel has been recovered," they added.

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"And the danger is so much worse when someone … is focusing the power of that mob."

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Ulrich told the jury that what her client did on January 6 "was wrong," but said she was young and simply "a girl wanting to be a somebody."

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"When the opportunity to enter the Capitol arose, she took it, Gordon said."

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"She smiled and thanked her defense attorney, Lori Ulrich, who called to her, You won, as she was led away — a reference to the two stalled counts."

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"In what was likely its final hearing, the committee issued a surprise subpoena seeking testimony from former president Donald Trump a guide to the biggest hearing moments so far."