Appropriately named insurrectionist Jenny Cudd’s vacation request was granted by a judge appointed by… wait for it… Hair Füror:
WASHINGTON — A federal judge on Friday night approved a Texas woman’s request to travel to Mexico for a prepaid “work-related bonding retreat” after she was charged in the Jan. 6 insurrection at the US Capitol.
In a one-page order granting Jenny Cudd’s request to leave the country, US District Judge Trevor McFadden noted that prosecutors and the pretrial services office didn’t oppose the request.
“The Court also notes the Defendant has no criminal history and there is no evidence before the Court suggesting the Defendant is a flight risk or poses a danger to others,” McFadden wrote.
A participant in the violent attempt to overthrow the US gubmint is not dangerous, nor a flight risk. Got it.
Maybe she can find the other noted non-flight-risk Kyle Rittenhouse while she is on the lam in Mexico?
UPDATE 1: Scissorhead Skinny-D alerts us –
[The judge] That ok’d the Mexican vacation for the insurgent has had his wiki page altered.
“Trevor Neil McFadden (born June 28, 1978) is a traitor, attorney and jurist who serves as a United States District Judge of the [[United States District Court for the District of Columbia]]”