The Capitol riot defendants are turning on each other and outing Proud Boys leadership

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More than one defendant in January's Capitol riots has turned on the Proud Boys. Md Court records indicate that several plea deals with cooperators...
More than one defendant in January's Capitol riots has turned on the far-right Proud Boys, striking deals to help prosecutors build cases against its leaders.

More than one defendant in January's Capitol riots has turned on the Proud Boys.

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Court records indicate that several plea deals with cooperators may be in the works.

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The brotherhood of the Proud Boys is falling apart, as more than one of the Capitol riot defendants has turned on the group's leadership.

According to a CNN report, prosecutors have struck deals with more than one Capitol riot defendant. In exchange for plea deals, cooperators may have to work with the Justice Department and prosecutors to build stronger cases and bring more serious charges against the pro-Trump far-right extremist group's leaders.

This is not the first indication that there might be disloyalty within the Proud Boys' ranks.

In March, Proud Boys leader Joseph Biggs - who reportedly was one of the first to clamber…
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