Federal judge says Christopher Worrell posted multiple apparent threats against FBI tipsters prior to his arrest.
WASHINGTON — A federal judge once again Wednesday rejected a Proud Boy’s requests for pretrial release on Capitol riot charges, finding that alleged threats against witnesses in the case warranted keeping him in custody.
In a 30-page opinion, U.S. District Court Judge Royce C. Lamberth shot down arguments from Christopher Worrell, who says he suffers from non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and has not been able to receive proper medical treatment in the D.C. Jail, where he and dozens of other Capitol riot defendants have been housed since their arrests.
Worrell was taken into custody in March…