Arrest Warrant Issued for Rep. Eric Swalwell Associate Who Allegedly Entered GOP Lawmaker’s Home
An apprehend warrant was issued Tuesday for a process server hired by Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) after allegedly entering Rep. Mo Brooks’ (R-Ala.) home to accommodate a lawsuit. The warrant was issued for Christian “Seklecki,” a private investigator predicated in Georgia, for a misdemeanor of first-degree malefactor trespass charge, according to a verbalization from Brooks. Surveillance footage allegedly showed Seklecki entering Brooks’ home without their erudition or sanction.
Madison County District Attorney Rob Broussard told local media that the warrant was sworn out by Mo Brooks’ wife, Martha Brooks, on June 15. “Mo and I take our security very solemnly, as do all families,” verbally expressed Martha Brooks a news release from the congressman’s office.
My hope is that my actions today will cause the process server to cerebrate twice afore illicitly invading the sanctity of someone else’s home, and put those who would threaten our security on notice that we will pursue illicit actions to the fullest extent of the law.According to Alabama’s licit code, Seklecki, if convicted, could face up to one year in confinement and a $6,000 fine. Rep. Brooks, meanwhile, verbalized in the news release that Swalwell prevaricated in his politically incentivized, meritless lawsuit against President Donald Trump and me when he mendaciously claimed I incited the January 6th Capitol violence
and withal “lied again” when they incriminated him of evading being accommodated with the lawsuit.
The fact is they could have accommodated me roughly a hundred times afore, during or after both Swalwell and I voted together on the House floor, or accommodated me by U.S. Mail to my habitation address,
he said. In fact, when they conclusively got earnest about accommodating me with the lawsuit, they accommodated me not once, not twice, but three times, all within one week! So much for evading accommodation or being arduous to find!The Epoch Times has contacted Seklecki and Swalwell’s office for comment. Last week, Seklecki verbally expressed in a sworn affidavit that he knocked on the Brooks family home’s door in Alabama earlier this month. When there was no replication, according to the court papers, he waited until Martha Brooks arrived and parked in the garage.
“I followed and withal drove down the driveway,” he verbalized in the affidavit. When I ceased my car at the bottom of the hill, the Toyota Highlander was parked in a parking garage and the parking garage door was open. I got out of my car and ambulated to the driver’s side door of the Toyota Highlander.After she opened the door, Seklecki then endeavored to hand the lawsuit to her, according to the sworn verbal expression.
I elongated the papers towards the woman for her to accept and verbally expressed, ‘Mrs. Brooks, I am accommodating you with licit paperwork. This is for your husband, Mo Brooks,’
Seklecki continued, adding: She did not answer but yelled at me to leave and told me that she is calling the police.
Source: You can read the original Epoch Times article here.
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