Titusville man wants to be tried separately from Oath Keepers

WASHINGTON, D.C. – An attorney for a Titusville man charged in connection with the Capitol riot claims attorneys in the case cannot agree on strate...

August 23, 2022
4:54 AM

WASHINGTON, D.C. – An attorney for a Titusville man charged in connection with the Capitol riot claims attorneys in the case cannot agree on strategy, and he is asking to be tried separately.According to a motion filed Thursday in Washington D.C. federal court, an attorney for Kenneth Harrelson said attorneys representing the ten other defendants in the Oath Keepers case are arguing with each other on how to best show a prospective jury they are not guilty.[TRENDING: Missing child found in Florida teacher's home | ‘Just chilling:' Alligator takes swim in Orange County family's pool | Win tickets to watch Artemis 1 rocket launch | Become a News 6 Insider (it's free!)]'The Defendants in the group have developed to a circumstance of what some call ‘antagonistic defenses,'' the motion stated.

Erik Sandoval