A judge ordered the rearrest of Doug Jensen, one of the protesters charged with entering the Capitol on January 6, after “pretrial services officers” made an unannounced visit to his home in Des Moines, Iowa, and found him watching an online discussion featuring MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell.
Jensen, who is charged with seven counts, including aggravated assault, obstruction of a law enforcement officer during a civil disorder, unlawfully entering a restricted building while carrying a dangerous weapon, and disorderly conduct, was jailed for six months while he awaited trial. Authorities said he was carrying a knife when he was arrested.
On July 13, U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Kelly released Jensen, with strict conditions, including the prohibition of using the Internet and his cell phone.
The judge said he released Jensen after the man told him he had had an epiphany and no longer believe in the controversial QAnon