Arrest Warrant Issued for Swalwell Team Member Who Entered Mo Brooks’ Home

An arrest warrant has been issued for Congressman Eric Swalwell’s team member who trespassed and entered into Republican Congressman Mo Brooks’ house trying to serve Brooks a lawsuit.

As we previously reported, “Candidate for U.S. Senate Mo Brooks, alleges that Democratic Representative Eric Swalwell’s team (CA) illegally broke into Brooks’ Alabama home. Brooks claimed in a tweet that, “HORRIBLE Swalwell’s team committed a CRIME by unlawfully sneaking INTO MY HOUSE & accosting my wife! Alabama Code 13A-7-2: 1st degree criminal trespass. Year in jail. $6000 fine. More to come!”

Swalwell’s legal team has been attempting to serve Brooks with a lawsuit to hold him ‘accountable’ for the January 6th “insurrection”. Swalwell is suing former President Donald Trump, Donald Trump Jr., Rudy Giuliani, and Brooks under claims that they broke Washington, D.C. laws, committed terroristic acts, incited a riot, aided and abetted violent rioters, and inflicted emotional distress on members of Congress. Swalwell’s lawsuit alleges this against Brooks: “Brooks-acting in his personal capacity- conspired with the other Defendants to undermine the election results by alleging, without evidence, that the election had been rigged and by pressuring elected officials, courts, and ultimately Congress to reject the results.”

The Swalwell team claimed that they had been trying to serve Rep. Brooks with the lawsuit but Brooks was nearly impossible to get in contact with. Starting in May, Swalwell allegedly called the congressmen’s office multiple times and even sent a formal letter to Brooks notifying him he was being sued. Due to this, Federal Judge Amit Mehta informed Swalwell legal team that they had only 60 more days to serve the lawsuit to Brooks. The judge also denied requests that a U.S. marshal deliver the lawsuit “due to separation of powers concerns”.

Because of this, the Swalwell team decided to hire a private investigator to expedite the process. The P.I. met with two separate staffers under Brooks twice and, “each time was promised a return call that never came.” Brooks’s attorney expressed his frustration on CNN this week saying, “The problem here is that Mo Brooks’ door is under lock and key … There was just no access to the primary place that he was for much of the day. It just takes persistence and luck sometimes. We’re not claiming Brooks is hiding in a bunker somewhere. But it takes a lot of effort.”

Rep. Brooks has been fighting back claiming that the man trespassed his and his wife’s property and accosted his wife Martha Brooks. He pointed out how if this happened to a Democrat by a Republican this would be much bigger news and swift action would be taken.

“Eric Swalwell’s team illegally trespassed on our property and accosted my wife, Martha. These unhinged Democrats get away with so much! Not this time… Chip in now to help us fight back against these attacks.”

“.@ericswalwell’s lying attorney falsely claimed that the process server never entered my house (aka trespassed). If so, why do I have this video showing the man chasing my wife into my home?”

Congressman Brooks released a statement today saying, “Tuesday, a warrant was issued for the arrest of Congressman Eric Swalwell teammate Christian Seklecki of Georgia for the Class A misdemeanor of 1st Degree Criminal Trespass. Christian Seklecki illegally entered Congressman Mo Brooks’ (AL-05) home and accosted his wife, Martha Brooks, on June 6, 2021.”

Now justice will hopefully be served as the private investigator who allegedly harassed Brooks’ wife and clearly trespassed on their property will be held accountable. Congressman Swalwell needs to also be held accountable in our view, for hiring a private investigator to trespass on someone else’s property.

Stay tuned to Media Right News for more updates.

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