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Ali Alexander, the organizer of "Stop the Steal", appears before the federal jury

Conservative activist Ali Alexander behind the "Stop Stealing" movement appears on Friday, and a federal grand jury against Alexander's lawyer, the US Capitol1 We investigated the attackon the 6th of March. Check with ABC News.

Alexander provided about three hours of testimony to one of the grand juries in the US District Court in Washington, D.C., as part of the Justice Department's criminal investigation into the January 6 case. Paul Camener said.

Appeared six months after Alexander testified before the House Committee investigating the January 6 attack.

In a written statement on Friday, Alexander stated that he had received a grand jury subpoena from a US law firm a few months ago.

"I was convinced that I was not a target, but a witness of the facts," Alexander said in a statement. "I provided the requested documents and proposed to obtain a complete copy of my testimony from the Commission on January 6. They answered that they could not obtain those copies due to the separation of powers. So I had to repeat my testimony here today. "

Alexander, who organized a series of" anti-theft "meetings in the months leading up to January 6, said the United States during the attack. He was in the Capitol, but said he was only there until. His comments on the live stream, which escalated the conflictand led to rallies and riots, were out of context and misunderstood as promoting violence.

"I did not plan or participate in illegal activities. In fact, I begged protesters not to enter the Capitol," he said in a statement on Friday.

PHOTO: Stop the Steal organizer Ali Alexander, left, returns to a conference room for a deposition meeting on Capitol Hill with the House select committee investigating the January 6th attack, Dec. 9, 2021 in Washington, DC.

Stop Steel Organizer Ali Alexander, left, meeting for deposit Return to Room On December 9, 2021, a meeting at Capitol Hill with the House Select Commission investigating the January 6 attack in Washington, DC.

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On On December 9, Alexander spenteight hoursasked questions about everything from the January 6 House Committee to the organization's finances and communication with Republican officials. Alexander then described the tone of his question as "absolutely hostile," but he said it was "truth" to the Commission.

Later that month,ABC News reported, and Alexander had several Republicans and at least one before the January 6 rally and the Capitol riots. He told Congressional investigators that he had been in contact with lawmakers. A member of the inner circle of the Trump family. Alexander disclosed his correspondence in a proceeding that challenged the Panel from obtaining telephone records from Verizon.

Alexander disclosed his correspondence in a proceeding filed in a proceeding to prevent the Panel from obtaining telephone records from Verizon.

"I exercise her First Amendment right in court to pass my phone record and some signs to the illegal subpoena of the Election Commission to Verizon. I'm trying to fish through the phone record of one of my volunteers who was the only "crime". At the rally, sing a patriotic song and pray. "