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HECTOR HERNANDEZ, San Clemente

Alan Hostetter claims the case against him is the result of “outrageous government conduct.” Truly outrageous conduct is the attempting to disrupt and overturn the results of a presidential election.

This was to be accomplished by breaking through barriers, attacking Capitol Police, breaking and entering the Capitol and taking Congress members hostage. Let’s not forget the gallows placed outside the Capitol, which were to be used to hang the Vice President for refusing to reject the results of certain states.

How sad that such behavior has been created by conspiracy theories, lies and an inability to accept truth.

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