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Riot Panel Subpoenas Security Guard Who Protected Alex Jones on Jan. 6

Riot Panel Subpoenas Security Guard Who Protected Alex Jones on Jan. 6

- Daily Beast
The House panel investigating the Capitol riot seems to have a new area of interest—the people who were closest to Alex Jones on Jan. 6. In a court filing reported by Politico late Tuesday, it was revealed that the security guard who escorted Jones from the White House’s Ellipse to the Capitol that day has been told to hand over his phone records to House investigators. Timothy Enlow, who has protected Jones since 2018, was reportedly told by AT&T on Feb. 9 that the committee...

More than a year after slaying of Yale grad student, suspect Qinxuan Pan’s case winds on

More than a year after slaying of Yale grad student, suspect Qinxuan Pan’s case winds on

- New Haven Register
More than a year after Yale graduate student Kevin Jiang was shot dead in New Haven, the case of slaying suspect Qinxuan Pan was continued again Wednesday, according to clerks at the New Haven Judicial District courthouse.
Pan, who has not yet entered a plea, now is scheduled to appear March 3.
His attorney, Norm Pattis, previously asked for more time to review evidence in the matter in December.
Pattis Wednesday evening told the Register that both he and Pan recently had...

Jan. 6 panel requested phone records from Alex Jones's security employee

Jan. 6 panel requested phone records from Alex Jones's security employee

- The Hill
The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol requested the phone records of a security employee working for far-right radio host Alex Jones.
The investigative panel issued a subpoena to AT&T for phone records belonging to Timothy Enlow, the security operations manager of Free Speech Systems, LLC, a media company owned by Jones. The committee requested records of phone calls and text messages Enlow made between Nov. 1, 2020, and Jan. 31, 2021.
The...

Alex Jones Employee's Phone Records Subpoenaed by January 6 Committee

Alex Jones Employee's Phone Records Subpoenaed by January 6 Committee

- Newsweek
The House committee investigating last year's U.S. Capitol riot is seeking phone records and other communications made by one of Alex Jones' employees.
The panel subpoenaed phone records for Timothy Enlow, the security operations manager of Free Speech Systems, a media company owned by Jones, a conservative radio host. The request was made for text messages and phone calls placed between November 1, 2020, and January 31, 2021, The Hill reported.
Enlow had accompanied Jones to...

New Britain mayor describes alleged pressure from Diamantis to hire company that employed his daughter

New Britain mayor describes alleged pressure from Diamantis to hire company that employed his daughter

- CT Insider
Sometime in 2019, New Britain officials embarked on a new school construction project and realized they had a dozen previous jobs that were done but weren’t fully closed out with the state — leaving millions of dollars in reimbursements up in the air.
Mayor Erin Stewart, frustrated by the delays, arranged a meeting with Konstantinos “Kosta” Diamantis, then director of the school construction finance unit for the state. She brought the school facilities...

Jan. 6 panel seeks phone records of security official employed by Alex Jones

Jan. 6 panel seeks phone records of security official employed by Alex Jones

- Politico
The Jan. 6 select committee has issued a subpoena for the phone records of a security guard for pro-Trump broadcaster Alex Jones, a sign of the panel’s deepening interest in Jones’ contacts related to his involvement in Donald Trump’s Jan. 6 rally, which preceded the violent attack on the Capitol.
In a court filing late Tuesday, Jones revealed that Timothy Enlow, a security official employed by Jones’ firm Free Speech Systems LLC, was notified by AT&T on Feb. 9...

Records: A former Connecticut official’s daughter landed a job as a firm was awarded no-bid contracts

Records: A former Connecticut official’s daughter landed a job as a firm was awarded no-bid contracts

- Hartford Courant
A construction management firm at the center of a federal grand jury probe into school construction grants got two no-bid contracts worth a combined $530,000 to oversee the building of a new elementary school in Tolland — during the same period of time it hired the daughter of Konstantinos Diamantis.
The elder Diamantis had been the director of the state Office of School Construction Grants and Review until he resigned Oct. 28.
Tolland officials hired Construction Advocacy...

New Haven, police union grapple over cop’s firing in use-of-force case

New Haven, police union grapple over cop’s firing in use-of-force case

- New Haven Register
Attorneys representing the New Haven police union and the city have submitted arguments for and against vacating a decision upholding the firing of former Officer Jason Santiago, who was found to have used excessive force during a December 2019 arrest, as a court case on the issue continues.
Santiago, dismissed by the Board of Police Commissioners through a 4-2 vote, struck a man, allegedly kicked him in the groin while he was handcuffed on the ground and then pulled the man to his feet...

Emergency Saturday Broadcast: The American Dystopia Has Arrived

Emergency Saturday Broadcast: The American Dystopia Has Arrived

- InfoWars
On this emergency Saturday transmission, Alex Jones is joined by constitutional attorney Norm Pattis and Revolver News founder Darren J. Beattie to analyze the Deep State Justice Department’s latest moves to paint all Trump supporters as terrorists and use Big Tech to censor anyone who opposes the Biden regime.
OAN has been taken off satellite, MyPillow has been de-banked, and the Justice department has declared that all Trump supporters are terrorists. TUNE IN to the most...

‘Journalist’ Alex Jones Sues to Fight Jan. 6 Committee Subpoena, Claims Liz Cheney Is Only ‘Purportedly a Republican’

‘Journalist’ Alex Jones Sues to Fight Jan. 6 Committee Subpoena, Claims Liz Cheney Is Only ‘Purportedly a Republican’

- Law & Crime
InfoWars host Alex Jones has sued the Jan. 6 Committee and a number of associated politicians. The lawsuit is an attempt to push back against a since-postponed deposition of Jones that the lawsuit indicates was originally scheduled for Dec. 18.
“Jones has offered to submit documents and answer written questions with written responses,” the lawsuit says. “The Select Committee has refused to accept that offer and insists that he appear in person for a deposition in...

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