‘Spill’ of potentially classified messages upends Proud Boys trial
The spreadsheet was sent to defense attorneys in November, but it wasn’t until the last week when attorney Nicholas Smith, representing Washington state Proud Boy leader Ethan Nordean, said he’d discovered thousands of hidden rows in the document
An inadvertent “spill” of thousands of potentially classified messages between FBI agents upended the ongoing seditious conspiracy trial of five Proud Boys on Thursday as the Justice Department asked for time to conduct a review of the newly discovered materials on national security grounds.
The messages were discovered by defense counsel while preparing for their cross-examination of FBI Special Agent Nicole Miller.
Miller has been a key witness for the prosecution, which questioned her about the five Proud Boys’ alleged use of “tools” – other members of the group and non-members they referred to as “normies” – to incite some of the first assaults on police lines on Jan. 6.
Miller spent two days on the stand this week describing videos showing Proud Boys marching to the Capitol, pushing through police lines and, in the case of defendant Dominic Pezzola, using a police riot shield to bash in the window that created the first breach of the U.S. Capitol Building.
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