Frisco real estate agent Jenna Ryan pleads guilty to criminal acts for role in Capitol riots | MCUTimes

Frisco real estate agent Jenna Ryan pleads guilty to criminal acts for role in Capitol riots

A real estate agent from Frisco was back in federal court Thursday on charges that she was one of the crowd of Trump supporters who attacked the Capitol on Jan. 6.

Jenna Ryan and others flew from Denton to Washington DC and posed in a post on social media threats to storm the Capitol. She posted pictures and video of herself during riots.

A video posted on the riot day on her Facebook profile showed her speaking in a mirror and saying, “We’re going down and storming the Capitol. They’re down there right now, and that’s why we came, and that’s what it’s. we have to do that. So wish me luck. “

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In March, Ryan pleaded not guilty to charges of entering and remaining in a restricted building, disorderly and disruptive behavior in a restricted building, violent entry and disorder in a Capitol building and parade, demonstrate or picket in a Capitol building.

She changed her plea in court Thursday after accepting an agreement. The details of this debate have not yet been made public.

Ryan will be convicted on Nov. 4 of a case of misdemeanor of violent entry and disorder on Capitol grounds; parades, demonstrates or pickets in a Capitol building.

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