Stewart Rhodes: how his arrest signals a new chapter in January 6 inquiry

Oath Keepers leader is one of the most high-profile arrests yet in the year-long investigation into the insurrection

The arrest this week of Stewart Rhodes, the founder and leader of the Oath Keepers militia, marks one of the most significant moments thus far in the federal investigation into the January 6 Capitol attack.

Rhodes, along with ten other associates, is charged with seditious conspiracy for plotting to violently overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election – the first sedition charges prosecutors have brought related to the insurrection.

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