DOJ adds four defendants to Oath Keepers conspiracy case

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has added four defendants to its conspiracy case against the Oath Keepers related to the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, CNN reported on Sunday, citing a new indictment made public in D.C. District Court.

The new defendants were identified as Florida residents Joseph Hackett, Jason Dolan and William Isaacs. A fourth person’s name and alleged actions were redacted, CNN reports.

The DOJ has been building its case against the far-right extremist group since a group of supporters of former President Trump breached the Capitol in an attempt to stop Congress from certifying President Biden‘s Electoral College victory. At least a dozen people allegedly associated with the Oath Keepers face charges alleging they not only took part in the attack but coordinated their actions beforehand and communicated during the event.



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