(Sketch by Bill Hennessy)

Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes was found guilty by a Washington, D.C. jury on Tuesday of seditious conspiracy for orchestrating a sweeping plan to halt the peaceful transfer of power following the defeat of former President Donald Trump facing Joe Biden in the 2020 election.

The sentencing is a victory for the Justice Department, which argued that the attack on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021 was more than just a political protest spiraling out of control – but rather a violent attack on the seat of democracy. American. and an effort to keep Biden out of the Oval Office by any means necessary.

Four other defendants have also been charged.

Here’s a full rundown of the verdict:

Count 1: seditious plot

Stewart Rhodes: GUILTY

Kelly Meggs: GUILTY

Kenneth Harrelson: NOT GUILTY

Jessica Watkins: NOT GUILTY

Thomas Caldwell: NOT GUILTY

Count 2: Conspiracy to Obstruct Official Proceedings

Stewart Rhodes: NOT GUILTY

Kelly Meggs: GUILTY

Kenneth Harrelson: NOT GUILTY

Jessica Watkins: GUILTY

Thomas Caldwell: NOT GUILTY

Count 3: Obstruction of Due Process

Stewart Rhodes: GUILTY

Kelly Meggs: GUILTY

Kenneth Harrelson: GUILTY

Jessica Watkins: GUILTY

Thomas Caldwell: GUILTY

Count 4: Conspiracy to prevent an officer from carrying out his duties

Stewart Rhodes: NOT GUILTY

Kelly Meggs: GUILTY

Kenneth Harrelson: GUILTY

Jessica Watkins: GUILTY

Thomas Caldwell: NOT GUILTY

Count 5: Destruction of public property and complicity

Kelly Meggs: NOT GUILTY

Kenneth Harrelson: NOT GUILTY

Jessica Watkins: NOT GUILTY

Count 6: Civil Disorder and Complicity

Jessica Watkins: GUILTY

Count 7: Falsification of documents

Stewart Rhodes: GUILTY

Count 8: Falsification of documents

Kelly Meggs: GUILTY

Count 9: Falsification of documents

Kenneth Harrelson: GUILTY

Count 13: Falsification of documents

Thomas Caldwell: GUILTY

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