DALLAS – A real estate agent from Frisco returned to federal court Thursday on charges that he was one of the mob of Trump supporters who attacked the Capitol on Jan. 6.
Jenna Ryan and others flew from Denton to Washington DC and in a post on social media threatened to rush to the Capitol. He posted photos and videos of himself during the riot.
A video posted on the day of the riot on his Facebook profile showed him speaking into a mirror and saying, “We’re going to go down and attack the Capitol. They’re here now and that’s why we came and that’s why what we’re going to do. So I hope I’m lucky. “
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In March, Ryan pleaded not guilty to charges of entering and staying in a restricted building, disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building, violent entry and habitual conduct in a Capitol building and parade , showing up, or picketing at a Capitol building.
He changed his plea to the court Thursday after accepting an agreement. Details of that plea bargain have not yet been released.
Ryan will be convicted Nov. 4 for a number of misdemeanors of violent entry and conduct on Capitol ground; parking, displaying or picking up a Capitol building.