'Stop the Steal' organizer Ali Alexander told Jan. 6 committee about contacts with Republican lawmakers

Ali Alexander met with the House committee on Dec. 9.


By Benjamin Siegel
Photo: Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images

movement, recently told congressional investigators that he had communicated with several House Republican lawmakers ahead of the Jan. 6 rally and Capitol riot, along with at least one member of the Trump family's inner circle.

Alexander disclosed his communications -- and the relevant materials turned over to the Jan. 6 House select committee -- in a new lawsuit challenging the panel from obtaining his phone records from Verizon.

"Alexander received a notice from Verizon that the Select Committee had subpoenaed Verizon for nine categories of information associated with Alexander's personal cell phone number, including IP addresses, devices, billing addresses, account changes, a list of contacts, call session times, and dozens to hundreds of other data points or metadata from November 1, 2020 ... to January 31, 2021," according to a Friday complaint filed against lawmakers on the committee and Verizon.

Publish : 2021-12-19 13:17:00

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