In a recent development in the aftermath of the January 6th Capitol riot, Kellye SoRelle, the woman who claimed to be the general counsel for the far-right Oath Keepers militia, will be held in federal custody for mental health treatment. SoRelle is facing multiple charges, including obstruction, related to her alleged involvement in the riot. Despite pleading not guilty to all charges, a District of Columbia district judge has decided to postpone her trial to ensure she receives necessary mental health treatment.
The decision to hold SoRelle in federal custody for mental health treatment stems from concerns about her. . .