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In footage from Capitol Police and provided to the FBI, Courtright (in the black and yellow hat) can be seen carrying a sign from the Capitol building during the riot on Jan. 6, 2021. Photo from the federal affidavit detailing Courtrights charges.

‘Idk what treason is’: Univ. of Kentucky student federally charged for participation in Capitol riot

Natalie Parks January 17, 2021

Update on Jan. 19, 2021: Courtright had her first hearing in federal court in Charleston, West Virginia, according to the magistrate's docket.According to an affidavit filed in the District of Columbia,...

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‘Infamy is just as good as fame’: UK student among crowd that mobbed Capitol building

Natalie Parks January 7, 2021

Jan. 17, 2020 update: A federal affidavit supporting criminal charges against Courtright was filed in D.C. court on Jan. 16, 2020, showing new evidence of Courtright in the Capitol and supporting probable...

Lexingtonians viewed Edward Melcarths Rape of Sabines in the UK Art Museum on Thursday, January 18, 2018. Rape of the Sabines is part of the UK Art Museums exhibition EDWARD MELCARTH: Points of View which will be on display until April 8. Photo by Arden Barnes | Staff

FBI-blacklisted, Louisville artist makes his long-deserved debut at UK Art Museum

Arden Barnes January 19, 2018

Gay, Jewish, Communist, FBI-blacklisted and Kentucky-born.On Thursday, Jan. 18, several hundred people came to the UK Art Museum to be introduced to Louisville artist Edward Melcarth’s work.“I think...

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