On Wednesday, Ronald Colton McAbee, a former deputy-in-training with the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO), was found guilty of five felonies in a Washington D.C. court for his actions on January 6.
Video footage shows that Mr. McAbee rendered life-saving aid to Rosanne Boyland and helped police officers as she was pushed, gassed, piled upon and beaten over thirty times before her death.
Despite this act of heroism, the jury ultimately decided against him.
The Tennessee Sheriff’s Deputy McAbee desperately works on the body of fellow protestor Rosanne Boyland after she was gassed and seen beaten by Police Officer Lila Morris. Boyland died.
despite the prosecution admitting he was assisting the officers around him, and despite the evidence of Rosanne Boyland being beaten by Metropolitan Police Officer Lila Morris, with Colton trying to save her, only to tragically lose her life.
— Sarah McAbee (@TheRealJ6Sarah) October 11, 2023
Unfortunately, Colton was not a federal or FBI agent, thus he was not charged with a misdemeanor that day.
Video footage shows Ronald McAbee attempting to rescue Rosanne Boyland from the police officers who used gas and batons against her while she remained motionless on the Capitol steps.
Colton McAbee is like many: a husband, son, brother, and patriot. However, he is not just any patriot – he is a January 6th patriot who has fiercely stood in the gap for all of us to protect our freedoms and the Constitution.
Prayers are that all J6 patriots and their families will be safeguarded and that truth prevails.
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Williamson – The News reported on today’s jury verdict.
On Wednesday, a former Williamson County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) deputy-in-training was convicted of five felonies stemming from the Jan. 6 insurrection following a week-long jury trial.
29-year-old Ronald Colton “Colt” McAbee, of Unionville, was found guilty of assaulting, resisting, or impeding certain officers; civil disorder; entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds with a deadly or dangerous weapon; disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building or grounds with a deadly or dangerous weapon; and engaging in physical violence in a restricted building or grounds with a deadly or dangerous weapon.
As previously reported, in Sept. McAbee also pleaded guilty to an additional count of assaulting, resisting, or impeding an officer and act of physical violence on the Capitol grounds related to the insurrection.
McAbee was a deputy-in-training in WCSO’s detention division from Nov 9, 2020, to March 23, 2021, and was arrested in Nashville in Aug. 2021.