A QAnon adherent who stormed Capitol on Jan. 6 has been ordered by a judge to back to jail to await his trial after he was caught watching MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell’s “cyber symposium,” which was a violation of the terms of his release, Law&Crime reports.
Doug Jenson’s bail was revoked this Thursday, sending him back to the slammer.
“Mr. Jensen’s conduct appears to have violated his conditions of release” in multiple ways, U.S. District Judge Timothy Kelly found during a telephone conference.
Jenson was asked to refrain from using the internet as a condition from his pre-trial release, with the intention of keeping away from accessing QAnon content. When court officials made an unannounced visit to check on Jensen at his home last month, they found him in his garage watching a right-wing news outlet.
Jensen later admitted to the court that he watched Lindell’s event, where the MyPillow CEO claimed he would reveal irrefutable evidence of mass voter fraud in the 2020 election.