Supreme Court Hands Major Victory to Jan 6 Defendants Over Corrupt DOJ


In a historic ruling, the Supreme Court has overturned the Department of Justice’s use of a provision of the United States Code, which addresses obstruction of an official proceeding, in prosecuting participants of the January 6th Capitol riot, marking a major victory for January 6th defendants and a substantial defeat for the DOJ.

Key Details:

  • The Supreme Court ruled, 6-3, that 18 U.S.C. §1512(c)(2) applies only to actions that impair the integrity or availability of evidence in an official proceeding, limiting its scope and overturning its use in January 6th prosecutions.

  • This ruling means the DOJ has unlawfully prosecuted over 350 Americans on felony charges for their participation in January 6th, using a misapplied statute to criminalize political dissent and protest against Biden’s election.

  • The decision is viewed as a massive victory for January 6th political prisoners and a rebuke to the Biden administration’s DOJ, highlighting a flagrant abuse of the law.

In a groundbreaking decision, the Supreme Court has significantly curtailed the Department of Justice’s ability to prosecute participants in the January 6 Capitol riot under 18 U.S.C. §1512(c)(2). The case, Fischer v. United States (No. 23-5572), arose from the prosecution of Joseph Fischer, who was charged with obstructing an official proceeding by participating in the Capitol breach. Fischer argued that the obstruction statute only criminalizes actions related to evidence tampering.

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act’s provision, §1512(c), consists of two subsections. Subsection (c)(1) specifically targets actions like altering, destroying, or concealing records to impair their use in an official proceeding. Subsection (c)(2) extends to those who “otherwise obstruct, influence, or impede any official proceeding.” Fischer contended that the “otherwise” clause should be interpreted narrowly, in line with the specific acts listed in (c)(1).

The Supreme Court, in a 6-3 decision authored by Chief Justice Roberts, agreed with Fischer, stating that the “otherwise” clause in subsection (c)(2) must be read in context with the specific acts enumerated in subsection (c)(1). The Court applied interpretive principles, concluding that a broad reading of (c)(2) would render the specific examples in (c)(1) redundant. Therefore, the scope of (c)(2) is limited to actions involving the impairment of evidence.

Justice Jackson, concurring, emphasized that the legislative history supports this narrower interpretation. She noted that Congress aimed to close loopholes related to evidence tampering, not to create a broad obstruction statute.

In her dissent, Justice Barrett, joined by Justices Sotomayor and Kagan, argued that the broad language of (c)(2) was intended to cover various forms of obstructive conduct, including the actions of January 6 participants.

Julie Kelly, a prominent commentator, tweeted: “In a massive victory for J6 political prisoners and an unprecedented defeat for the corrupt Biden/Garland/Monaco/Graves DOJ, SCOTUS has overturned the DOJ’s use of 1512(c)(2), obstruction of an official proceeding, in J6 cases.”

This ruling implies that the DOJ has unlawfully prosecuted over 350 Americans using a misapplied statute, representing a flagrant abuse of the law to punish those who protested Biden’s election and to criminalize political dissent. The decision is a major victory for January 6th defendants, highlighting the need for lawful and fair application of justice in politically charged cases.


The focus of the weaponized FBI and DOJ is to target the people designated by the DNC and the Biden regime. They are no longer in the business of law enforcement.  Now, they engage in violating civil libertiessuppressing evidence of Biden family crimes, destroying exculpatory evidence, targeting Catholicssuppressing free speech, encouraging citizens to turn in their “extremist” relativesviolating the right to privacy, and rounding up dissidents.

Dems facilitated and supported 18 months of Antifa and BLM rampages across the country committing arson, murder, assault, and vandalism of property, including the attack on the White House in June of 2020.  The Dems bailed out arrested rioters. They encourage mob violence on their behalf and justify it by saying it’s ‘essential’ for change.

They even set fire to the FBI’s main territory in DC. None of them were tracked down and hauled off to Biden’s Gulag. The Feds refuse to prosecute.

More than 60 Secret service agents were injured during the BLM riots outside the White House.

After Trump’s 2017 inauguration, lefties rioted though D.C. injuring cops and causing causing tens of thousands of dollars in property damage. The Feds dropped all charges against the thugs.

The FBI has yet to make any arrests in the arson of St. John’s Episcopal Church, which was set ablaze during a left-wing riot in Lafayette Square in 2020.

In contrast, American political prisoners have been held for more than a year in solitary confinement in 7X10 cells for 23 hours a day. These people have not been convicted of any crimes, they are being held in “pretrial detention” for trespassing the capitol halls of corruption on 6 January 2021. Their trials have not been set. They have been denied bail. They are not allowed to meet with lawyers in private. They have one hour a day for “exercise”, showers, and phone calls. They have been denied due process.  The jailed protesters have been beaten and isolated by the guards.  Lawyers for one, a man called Ryan Samsel, say he was beaten so badly he has a skull fracture and is now blind in one eye. One of them died awaiting trial.

Remember their names: Matthew Perna, Jord Meachum, Mark Aungst, and Chris Stanton — the J6 defendants committed suicide following the merciless harassment by the government.

Murdered by capitol cops: Benjamin Phillips, Kevin Greeson, Roseanne Boyland, and Ashli Babbitt, who were killed at the hands of  Lila Morris, Harry Dunn, Aquilino Gonell,  and Michael Leroy Byrd.  None of them were charged.

Dems have a nasty habit of siding with radicals who share their views. Bill Clinton pardoned the Dem terrorists who literally bombed the Capitol in 1983. Susan Rosenberg was one of the culprits and now sits on the board of Black Lives Matter.

Stephen Colbert’s mob unlawfully entered the capitol to harass Republican members of Congress.  Merrick Garland refuses to prosecute.  But his jackboots sent a 70 year old woman with cancer to jail for protesting.

Unhinged lefties parade outside Judge Kavanaugh’s home, in violation of federal law, threatening him and his neighbors.  Leftwing domestic terrorists offered cash to thugs who tracked down and harassed SCOTUS judges in public.

Meanwhile, the DOJ targets people who simply stood outside the capitol and a grandma who stepped inside for 15 minutes.

Not a fucking peep out of Garland.



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