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Four members of the far-right group Proud Boys, including its leader Enrique Tarrio, have been found guilty of seditious conspiracy in relation to the January 6th Capitol Riot.

A fifth member, Dominic Pezzola, was convicted of other felony charges but acquitted of seditious conspiracy.

The US Justice Department’s prosecution of the January 6th attack received a critical win with the verdict.

In a separate development, Special Counsel Jack Smith is reportedly intensifying efforts to uncover classified documents hidden by former President Trump.

The New York Times reports that prosecutors have obtained confidential cooperation from a person who has worked for Trump at Mar-a-Lago, which could be a significant step in the investigation.

The news comes just days before President Biden’s meeting with congressional leaders about the debt ceiling, with warnings from top intelligence officials about the potential consequences of a US default.

In another development, ProPublica has reported that Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s grandnephew’s private school tuition was paid for by wealthy Republican donor Harlan Crow.

The identity of the insider witness in the Trump investigation has not been disclosed.

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