NBC News reports:
Christopher Worrell, a Florida Proud Boy convicted on seven counts stemming from his actions during the Jan. 6 riot, was scheduled to be sentenced today in Washington, D.C, federal court but is now missing, according to a spokeswoman from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia.
“We are interested in any information the public may have about his whereabouts,” spokeswoman Patricia Hartman told NBC News. A lawyer for Worrell declined to comment. As part of his conditions of release, Worrell surrendered his passport and was subject to GPS monitoring.
Judge Lamberth convicted Worrell on all seven charges he was facing following a five-day bench trial in May. Those charges included obstruction of an official proceeding, assaulting officers and engaging in violence on Capitol grounds.
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You may recall that Worrel had sought pre-trial release because he loves Jesus and because he caught COVID in the DC jail.
A money beg on the Christian site GiveSendGo has raised over $62,000 for “political prisoner” Worrell.
— Ryan J. Reilly (@ryanjreilly) August 18, 2023
In his FBI interview, high-level Jan 6 defendant Christopher Worrell said he was offended by how the media characterize the Proud Boys, blamed BLM and Antifa for storming the Capitol.. then became quite emotional .. per court filing in his case ===> pic.twitter.com/6mULCCU3oE
— Scott MacFarlane (@MacFarlaneNews) November 3, 2021
In J6 case, judge calls claims by PBoy insurrectionist Christopher Worrell “completely incredible” & a “false narrative”: “The defense’s preposterous contention is that Mr. Worrell sprayed the pepper gel at Antifa, or some other members of the crowd.”https://t.co/fZcGY6hkIF pic.twitter.com/Aeox2oI9Ih
— Ken Cox (@kencoxca on Threads.net) 🇨🇦 (@KenCox) May 12, 2023