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LEGOGATE: Robert Morss is a 27-year-old Army Ranger charged with civil disorder and obstruction for his alleged participation in the January 6th protest in Washington, D.C., but his most egregious offense may have been his purchase of a U.S. Capitol Lego set.
Now these overpriced plastic bricks may seal his doom: the Department of Justice stated in filed court documents in July that they had recovered a "fully constructed U.S. Capitol Lego set" from Morss' home in the aftermath, leading many preinclined pundits to presume it was part of a larger, more sinister plan. In the real world, however, the Capitol set had never been built, and the box had never even been opened.
Meanwhile, the elite soldier with three tours of duty under his belt apparently remains incarcerated where he has enjoyed strip searches, assault, a Critical Race Theory re-education, and watching the value of his mint-condition impounded Lego set rise to $267.