February 4th – A woman who participated in the congressional riots in the United States applied for bail to the court for a trip to Mexico, and the federal judge has agreed.
The Assistant Judge of the Federal Court for the District of Columbia has granted the request to allow Jenny Card to Mexico for four days, comprehensive USA Today and NBC reports.
However, under the bail provisions, Card is prohibited from going to Washington, D.C. unless he appears in court or meets with lawyers and pre-trial sheriffs.
On February 1, Card’s lawyer filed a motion to the District Court for the District of Washington, D.C., asking for permission to travel to Mexico.
The motion said that the accusation was preceded by the plan of Kader to travel to Maya Riviera, Mexico, for a holiday with employees from February 18 to February 21, and paid in advance.
This is a communication activity for employees and their spouses.
Card is the owner of a small business in Texas and was a candidate for mayor.
Card was accused of disturbing the peace and violently breaking into the Capitol building. She also broadcast live on the Capitol that day.
Card claimed on Facebook to be one of the crowds who forcibly entered the Capitol. The report said that the indictment quoted a video statement on Card on Facebook, who had claimed that she was “proud of her behavior”.
On January 8, Card said in an interview that she would “absolutely” do so again if she had the opportunity.