FLorida Court Finds Jeremy Brown Innocent on 4 of 10 Charges – FBI Likely Planted Evidence in the Case – Brian Lupo Reporting from Tampa Trial (Audio)

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The trial of January 6 protester Jeremy Brown took place at the Middle District Court in Tampa, FL this week.

The Gateway Pundit reporter Brian Lupo attended the trial.

Jeremy has been locked up since September 2021, for over 450 days, after FBI agents raided his home.

Jeremy was approached to work as an operative for the FBI in December 2020 at the January 6 protests in Washington DC. He refused the FBI and spoke out about their proposal.  So, seven months later the FBI arrested Jeremy at his home in Florida.

The attorney for Jeremy Brown, Mr. Roger Futerman,  alleged on Wednesday that the FBI “planted” evidence in this case during his opening statements.

As The Gateway Pundit reporter Brian Lupo earlier reported — The accusation is understandable when the chain of custody and documentation of evidence presented at the trial was so atrocious.

The military-grade M67 grenades found in Brown’s RV during the raid can only be tracked by lot number and where they’ve been, not the dates that they were there.

They also found human hair, dog hair, and textile fibers stuck to the tape on the grenades that had allegedly been in Brown’s possession for months, since Jan. 6, 2021, but none of the hairs or fibers matched Brown, Brown’s dog, or the carpet samples taken from his RV nor his girlfriend’s home.

The DNA found on the tape of one of the grenades was of two males but neither of the samples belonged to Jeremy Brown.

Brown maintains that the two illegal firearms are, in fact, his (more on that Friday) but the plate carrier (body armor) and grenades were planted.

On Monday the Tampa jury found Jeremy Brown guilty of six of the ten counts.

** You can support Jeremy Brown’s fundraising effort here.  

The jury found Jeremy Brown guilty of the first two counts of holding a sawed-off shotgun at his house. The gun was a family heirloom and Jeremy’s brother sawed it off before his death.

The jury found Jeremy Brown guilty of having a grenade at his house, this counted for counts three, four and five.

On charges 6, 7, 8, and 9, Jeremy Brown was found not guilty. The jury agreed with the defense team that the CD was planted by the FBI and was not Brown’s. The only logical explanation is that the jury did not believe the CD was Jeremy Brown’.

On Count 10 Jeremy Brown was found guilty for holding a document that did not hold any classified information.

According to Jeremy’s family they will appeal.

The FBI found their “evidence” against Brown after they raided his home.

** You can support Jeremy Brown’s fundraising effort here.  

Jeremy Brown is an innocent man.

Brian Lupo called The Gateway Pundit

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