Insurrection Consequences Give Former Green Beret And CIA Contractor Turned Terrorist The Sadz :(


I wrote a diary about this dishonorable POS (called AF0#215 by the Feds and #GeorgiaCross by the Sedition Hunters) back in March

Yesterday, he was back in court seeking pre-trial release… again.

Raw Story

An attorney representing alleged MAGA rioter Jeff McKellop is arguing that their client did not plan to take part in violence at the United States Capitol building even though he wore tactical gear to the riot that included a gas mask.


McKellop, a former member of the United States Special Forces, was captured on camera assaulting police, first by trying to disarm them of their riot control spray, then by throwing a flag pole at an officer who suffered a facial laceration as a result.

MacFarlane also reports that McKellop’s lawyer, in addition to arguing that their client did not come to the riot to commit acts of violence, also detailed how emotionally distressed he has been after being arrested and held in detention for several months.

“This is a person who’s never been incarcerated in his life,” said the lawyer, who added that McKellop has regularly been “crying” and emphasized that “it’s had a significant impact on him.”

I’ve got to wonder if that impact is anything like getting hit in the face by a flagpole…


At one point, McKellop allegedly breached the line of officers near the bottom of the scaffolding at the U.S. Capitol. Investigators said McKellop pushed officers out of his way and eventually became involved in a confrontation with an officer.

In the confrontation, the FBI investigator said the officer positioned himself with riot-control spray aimed toward McKellop and the crowd, when McKellop, who was wearing a gas mask, picked up a flag pole from the ground and shoved it into the face of the officer, then throwing the flagpole, in a fashion similar to throwing a spear.


In some pictures, McKellop is carrying a flagpole that has at least two different flags attached: a Blue Line National Flag and a 13-star Betsy Ross flag with the words ‘Trump. Keep America Great’ printed on it.

In addition, footage from the U.S. Capitol security cameras appears to show the Fishersville man outside of the Capitol within the crowd.

He went to Washington dressed for war, but in a peaceful non-violent sorta way….

Army Times

McKellop, who left the service in 2010, worked as recently as 2018 for the CIA and the State Department, prosecutors said in recent court filings. A person familiar with his case previously said McKellop worked as a contractor in Iraq.


Greg Hunter and Seth Peritz, two defense attorneys for McKellop, cited his 22 years in uniform and his three Bronze Star medals as they argued in favor of his release from jail until trial.


“The defendant received extensive military and combat training — including close-quarters combat training — dating back to the 1990′s,” the U.S. attorneys wrote. “He has deployed overseas as recently as 2018 as a contractor working for the Central Intelligence Agency and Department of State.”


“It is concerning that the defendant kept a ‘go bag’ that included a firearm in his car,” the U.S. attorneys’ filing reads. “The defendant clearly came to the Capitol prepared for violent action on January 6, and the evidence recovered in his vehicle indicates that he remained prepared for whatever he may want to do next, including potential flight.”


The FBI continues to seek the public’s assistance in identifying individuals who participated in unlawful or violent conduct during the Capitol Insurrection

If you have information about individuals who participated in unlawful actions at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th, call 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-‪800-225-5324) or leave a tip online. You may also submit relevant photos and videos to the FBI here.

If you just can’t get enough information about the terrorists who tried to usurp our democracy, then these links are for you…

Department of Justice Capitol Breach Cases

FBI US Capitol Violence Most Wanted

Insider Searchable Table

George Washington University Spreadsheet Updated Daily

NPR Updated Database

ProPublica Capitol Riot videos lifted from Parler

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