'I am not a domestic terrorist': Two Tenn. men released from custody after Capitol riots

'I am not a domestic terrorist': Two Tenn. men released from custody after Capitol riots | WFLI (chattanoogacw.com)

Note: I know this guy as Juan Bibiano. He is a journalist in the Liberty Movement and therefore a dissident. Essentially, they're jailing dissidents.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — Three mid-state people suspected in relation to the riots at the U.S. Capitol made their initial appearance in federal court Tuesday. Two men were released from jail by the judge while a woman remains in custody.

Blake Reed and Jack Jesse Griffith, also known as Juan Bibiano, were both released with restrictions, including wearing ankle monitors and not traveling without approval.

FOX 17 News caught up with the men as they were released. Reed declined to comment while Griffith, donning a homemade MAGA jacket, shared his side of the story.

“I’m not a domestic terrorist,” Griffith said. “For all the people slandering, libeling, mislabeling my name, I’m a citizen I had nothing to do with any violence, vandalism, and I love all my fellow citizens.”

Griffith went on to promote his social media handles and Trump video game.

“Have an exuberant evening,” he said, as he hopped in a car to leave.

A third suspect, Lisa Eisenhart, didn’t get to walk out those doors with them. Arresting documents say she’s the mother of the suspected ‘zip tie guy,’ Eric Munchel. Court records show the two were seen together in the Capitol during the riots.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office says Eisenhart’s charges are more serious and carry harsher penalty than Reed and Griffith, so they’re keeping her in custody as she awaits her next court date.

Munchel made his first appearance in court last week—and also remains in custody.

The three suspects who appeared today are scheduled to appear in court again on Monday.

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