Capitol Riot Defendant’s Obstruction Charges Challenged in Supreme Court Hearing

Washington, D.C. – Joseph Fischer, a defendant in the January 6 Capitol riot case, faces charges of assaulting a police officer and entering a restricted building. He also faces a charge of obstructing an official proceeding, which falls under Title 18, Section 1512(c)(2) of the U.S. Code. This law criminalizes any effort to obstruct, influence, or impede an official proceeding, with a possible prison sentence of up to 20 years. The government has charged approximately …

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Eagles’ ‘Hotel California’ Lyrics Case Ends in Shocking Turnabout: Defendants Cleared of Charges

New York, NY – In a surprising turn of events, New York prosecutors dropped a case against three collectibles experts accused of conspiring to withhold and sell hand-drafted lyrics to Eagles songs, including “Hotel California.” The case revolved around a cache of legal-pad pages that Don Henley, Eagles co-founder, claimed were stolen artifacts of the band’s creative process. The dismissal came after prosecutors provided defense lawyers with 6,000 pages of communications involving Henley and his …

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