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Boston ‘Straight Pride Parade' organizer, facing charges in connection to Capitol siege, ordered to stay away from Massachusetts State House

Posted On: Mar 7, 2021   |   Posted By: Boston Herald

A lead organizer of Boston's “Straight Pride Parade,” facing charges in connection with the deadly Jan. 6 siege of the U.S. Capitol, has been ordered to stay away from the Massachusetts State House as a judge allowed him to be released on Thursday.
Mark Sahady, 46, of Malden, a supporter of former President Donald Trump, was arrested by FBI agents on Tuesday after authorities said photos on social media showed him inside the Capitol when the pro-Trump mob stormed the building. He's facing charges of disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds and entering or remaining in the U.S. Capitol building unlawfully.
Sahady was held in federal prison until Thursday's detention hearing when a judge in Boston imposed several conditions and allowed him to be released. Sahady and his attorney initially rejected some of the conditions, but eventually agreed to them.
Those orders include staying away from the State House in Boston. He's also banned from attending or organizing any public rallies without prior permission from...

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