Kirschner: Trump’s Immediate Criminal Liability, Felony Murder (videos)


It is necessary to appoint a Grand Jury to charge Donald Trump and his family and all who were there with him.

The Capitol Police officer was killed, as evidence thus far indicates, by a lead pipe such as those carried by Proud Boys and Oathkeepers.

Charges as cited by Glen Kirchner.  These are detailed legal arguments that will stand up in court.

Kirchner makes the specific case for Trump and his family, along with top GOP leaders, how they lied to the crowd and sent them to commit crimes, which now include felony murder of a police officer.

Donald Trump is criminally responsible for everything that happened at the US Capitol on January 6.

  • Felony Murder
  • Aiding and abetting


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  1. they’ve completed preparations. Usually having whatever signed into law. But, certainly not limited to that. Must be big, they don’t bother with this stuff much anymore.

  2. Glen Kirchner does a very good job of explaining the law is plain, understandable language. Everyone that was inside the Capital should be charged with felony murder. As Glen Kirchner explained, if you are committing a felony and a death occurs, you have committed felony murder. They were clearly involved in breaking and entering, which is a felony, and at least two preventable deaths occurred. (the “medical” deaths could possibly be considered but are less clear and not really necessary to prove the case) Precedent has been set that even if a police officer kills a suspect during a crime, the others committing the crime can be convicted of murder, the theory being that the death would not have occurred unless a crime was being committed. The death of the Capitol police officer is even more straight forward. So far, the terrorists have not been charged with B&E as far as I know but the videos clearly show them committing B&E. Perhaps the D.C. prosecutors will “investigate” until after Jan. 20 before filling charges to prevent a pardon of the terrorists. A probably unintended part of the pardon provision gives the president pardon powers for all crimes in D.C. because it is a federal jurisdiction and not part of any state. Thus all laws are federal laws and subject to presidential pardons.

  3. A huge challenge for most people, who are new to politics and discerning media, is understanding subtlety. This form of communication is common in many places, and certainly in organized crime such as the type Donald does. He is good at it. But not excellent. Many times he has had to excuse later what he said, by saying he was joking, or simply did not mean what he he said. He did and he does, and the combined library of what has been gathered and the results should be enough to prosecute. He speaks, they act, he excuses the action, and the result was a crime. He rides the fringe of allowable behavior. This situation is often the core of the crux of any sheriff, who has a perp that is harming people, everyone knows, but proof according to law is lacking. The sheriff of good standing throughout history may just take care of it. Today , we try not to do that, due to obvious potential for misuse. Now, the Lawyers must do it. The precedent must be set. The best thing for this country is to jail a president. I care not which, but if I had my druthers, Bush and Cheney would have been the first. Trump would not have happened in that case.

  4. I find it difficult believe that Trump or any president be sent to jail, world banksters will not allow that and they have enough tentacles everywhere to do that. Why?? because would set a terrible precedent for them . How they might get the collusion of any president in future if they can’t will be able to protect him from sent to jail ??

  5. This all may have to be prosecuted by the office of District of Columbia AG, Karl Racine, and not DoJ, if Trump moves to preemptively pardon all involved, including himself.

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