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An accused Capitol rioter asked the judge for permission to leave the US for a vacation in Mexico



a group of people walking down a street: A photo shared by the FBI, which it says shows Jenny Cudd in the Capitol during the January 6 riot. Screenshot via DOJ.


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A photo shared by the FBI, which it says shows Jenny Cudd in the Capitol during the January 6 riot. Screenshot via DOJ.

  • A US Capitol rioter asked the court for permission to leave the US and take a vacation to Mexico.
  • Lawyers said Jenny Cudd “planned and prepaid for a weekend retreat with her employees in Riviera Maya.”
  • Cudd is charged with offences linked to unlawful entry and disorderly conduct at the Capitol.
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a woman wearing a hat and smiling at the camera: Jenny Louise Cudd plans her Mexican work retreat for four days in February


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Jenny Louise Cudd plans her Mexican work retreat for four days in February

Prosecutors have ‘no position’ on the request of a woman charged in the U.S. Capitol riot to travel to Mexico’s Riviera Maya for a ‘company retreat’ with employees at the business she owns, according to her attorneys. 

Jenny Louise Cudd, who runs Becky’s Flowers in Midland, Texas, on Monday requested court permission for the trip from February 18 to 21 while she is free on bail pending trial for misdemeanor charges of entering a restricted building and disorderly conduct.



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Woman charged in Capitol riot asks judge for permission to vacation in Mexico

Before storming the U.S. Capitol alongside other Trump supporters in what she later described as “the new revolution,” Jenny Cudd had been planning a four-day trip to Mexico.

Now the Midland, Texas, florist is facing federal charges, one of more than 100 people arrested by the FBI in a sweeping investigation of the violent Jan. 6 insurrection. But she still wants her vacation.

In a motion filed Monday in federal court, Cudd’s attorney asked a judge to let her travel this month to Riviera Maya with employees of her flower shop. The motion noted that the trip was prepaid.

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Jenny Cudd, charged in Capitol riot, asks to vacation to Mexico

In a motion filed Monday in federal court, Cudd’s attorney asked a judge to let her travel later this month to Riviera Maya with employees of her flower shop. The motion noted that the trip was prepaid.

“This is a work-related bonding retreat for employees and their spouses,” wrote attorney Farheena Siddiqui, who did not immediately respond to The Washington Post’s request for comment. “Ms. Cudd has appeared at her scheduled court appearance, remains in constant contact with her attorney, and has remained in contact with pretrial probation, as ordered.”

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Did Capitol Rioter Jenny Cudd Ask Judge for Permission To Vacation in Mexico?

Jenny Cudd, who was accused of being a part of the Jan. 6, 2021, riot at the U.S. Capitol and charged with two misdemeanors, asked a judge if she could go on a vacation to Mexico.

In a court filing from Feb. 1, 2021, Cudd’s attorney requested that the judge let Cudd travel later in the month to Riviera Maya with employees of her flower shop. The trip, she noted, was prepaid, and she would travel to Mexico on Feb. 18, and return four days later:

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Capitol Riot Suspect Who Complained She’s Been Canceled for Taking Part in Insurrection Wants Permission to Go on Vacation in Mexico

Earlier this month, Jenny Louise Cudd was one of the dozens of people charged for her role in the violent attack on the Capitol that left five people dead, having basically outed herself to law enforcement in a Facebook video in which she proclaimed, “I was here today on January 6th when the new revolution started at the Capitol.” Since then, Cudd, who claims she entered the building “completely legally” and “did not do anything to hurt anybody or destroy any property,” says her floral business has received 500 negative reviews from people clearly trying to take her down

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