PHILADELPHIA-Joshua Macias and Antonio LaMotta didn’t actually do anything on Nov. 5, their attorneys said. Speaking during a virtual court hearing Thursday, the attorneys argued Philadelphia officials should drop all charges against their clients.
Since January 2020, Pennsylvania consumers filed almost 14,000 COVID-related complaints and victims lost $21.8 million. The median loss was $444.
A Pennsylvania lawyer threatened to kill Democrats in the US Senate and was on his way to Washington, D.C., with firearms and a “large amount of ammunition” when he was stopped by state police.
A Pennsylvania woman was charged with helping to storm the U.S. Capitol, with federal authorities saying she is the person in a pink hat shown in video directing others through a bullhorn.
Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar will leave her post after an error will delay a proposed Pennsylvania state constitutional amendment for two years.
Jason Moorehead was suspended for attending the rally on Jan. 6. He says he did not go to the Capitol when it was attacked.
A judge increased the $750,000 bail previously set for both men.