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Stewart Rhodes, the founder of right-wing militia group Oath Keepers, along with 10 others, have been charged for seditious conspiracy in their alleged roles in the Capitol assault. Now Rhodes’ ex-wife is speaking out, saying he’s a dangerous man. “He’s a complete sociopath,” Tasha Adams said in an interview with CNN’s Dan Berman. She believes her ex acted cowardly on Jan. 6. "I think he planned for himself to not get arrested, by seemingly staying out of the Capitol himself." Adams said.
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