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It's almost better that guys like ^^^ that haven't been arrested yet.  They know they've been identified and have to stew and sweat out the consequences.  The business he owns has been outed. The stress must be huge.  He knows its only a matter of time before he hears the knock at the door.

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2 hours ago, EmirOfShmo said:

^^^Who would of guessed?

 

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God these people are such worthless hypocrites. Maybe when he's arrested he'll try the Trump defense and say obviously he was "jokingly" or "ironically" attacking the cop with a fire extinguisher.

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Rep. Zoe Lofgren's Report Bares Lawmakers' Posts Bashing Election Before Capitol Riot

 

Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) issued a massive 2,000-page report on Friday exposing thousands of social media posts by GOP lawmakers attacking the presidential election and spreading lies before and after the deadly storming of the U.S. Capitol by Donald Trump supporters seeking to overturn the results.

Lofgren, chair of the House Administration Committee, indicated that the information could be used to oust — or criminally charge — lawmakers who illegally fomented insurrection against the very government they’ve taken a vow to serve.

The exposure of posts in Lofgren’s “Social Media Review” followed a report last week in The Intercept that the FBI has already collected “thousands of phone and electronic records” of people who were at the Capitol on Jan. 6. Investigators are targeting communications between members of Congress or their staffs, and the pro-Trump insurrectionists, CNN reported, seeking any indication of conspiracies to overthrow the government.

Lofgren’s report targets messages by Republican lawmakers who voted to challenge the presidential election results and who continued to peddle lies and conspiracy theories about the November vote even after the Capitol insurrection, which FBI Director Christopher Wray has characterized as domestic terrorism.

Some of Trump’s staunchest supporters in the House posted more than 100 messages each casting doubt on the presidential election results in less than three months, according to the collected messages.

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The report by Lofgren’s staff is the first publicly available compilation of Facebook and Twitter posts from Nov. 3, 2020, to Jan. 31, 2021, by the 147 House Republicans who voted to challenge state-certified Electoral College votes in an attempt to stop Joe Biden from taking office.

“Statements which are readily available in the public arena may be part of any consideration of Congress’ constitutional prerogatives and responsibilities,” Lofgren noted.

 

https://www.yahoo.com/huffpost/zoe-lofgren-social-media-post-report-capitol-riot-041724981.html

 

Information in the report broken down by state (with pdf download): https://lofgren.house.gov/socialreview

 

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Scared Straight, Trump Edition.

 

‘I was wrong’: Milton man, 18, held in Capitol riot appeals to judge for release

 

Bruno Joseph Cua, the Milton 18-year-old charged in connection with the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, wants to go home to his parents.

 

In a letter to U.S. District Court Judge Randolph D. Moss on Thursday, Cua begged to be reunited with his family as he awaits trial, promising “not to step one foot out of line.” Cua has been in custody since his arrest on Feb. 5, and has appealed an earlier court ruling denying him bond.

 

“I will never be the same person, jail has had its full effect me (sic), I am completely humbled, deeply remoursefull (sic) and regretful!” Cua wrote. “After all, thats (sic) what jail is for right? Teaching people a lesson? Lesson fully received, your Honor.”

 

Cua is the youngest of the more than 300 supporters of former President Donald Trump accused in the breach of the Capitol and, among Georgians charged, faces the most serious crimes. He is among just a handful of rioters who gained access to either the House or Senate chambers.

 

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Knock-Knock: How the FBI Scares Off Would-Be Capitol Bombers

 

he FBI-Homeland Security intelligence bulletin that circulated midnight Tuesday is ominous, but entirely predictable, given widely published reports of far-right chatter over the past several weeks: It alerts local law enforcement officials that extremists may try to breach the U.S. Capitol Thursday and attack Democratic lawmakers.

 

The warning is based on a malevolent fantasy spread by followers of QAnon, the cultish pro-Trump movement—that Donald Trump will reemerge to take power as the rightful president on March 4, which was Inauguration Day until 1933.  Preposterous, but the FBI has learned not to dismiss any threat, no matter how irrational.

 

“It does not take an armed takeover” by an organized group to do a lot of damage, says Tom O’Connor, an FBI agent who investigated suspected domestic terrorists for 23 years. “It takes one person who believes they need to act. How possible is that, I ask you?”

 

Dead easy, as the FBI knows from the many cases in which lone actors or a couple or three angry people unleashed spectacular destruction, including Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh, Olympic Park bomber Eric Rudolph, Unabomber Ted Kaczynski, Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof, and, most recently, Nashville bomber Tony Warner.

 

The FBI’s ability to surveil American citizens and build domestic terrorism dossiers on them is tightly restricted by laws and regulations enacted in the post-Watergate era.

 

That is why the FBI has developed alternative tools and techniques for finding and discouraging people who might be thinking of escalating from radical anti-government speech, which is protected by the First Amendment, to violent action, which is a crime.

 

FBI agents are currently deploying, among other strategies, preemptive interviews, also known as “knock and talk,” as a tactic for dealing with potential troublemakers when there’s insufficient evidence to file criminal charges—for instance, people who have been out bragging in bars or “****-posting” online about their determination to come to Washington to help restore Trump to the White House, disrupt Congress or the Biden administration or intimidate lawmakers.

 

The knock-and-talk drill is powerful, requires no intrusive technology and no warrant. It goes like this: FBI agents, sometimes with local police partners, knock on doors of people of interest and ask to interview them. The mere appearance of courteous but unsmiling and obviously well-informed badge-carriers, armed with notebooks and a long list of very specific questions, is often enough to chill someone from carrying out a half-baked scheme.

 

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Niceville man arrested in connection to U.S. Capitol riot

 

28-year-old Andrew William Griswold of Niceville, Fla., turned himself in to authorities on charges relating to the siege and riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.

 

Griswold was in court Friday, March 5, for an initial appearance. He faces charges of knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority; violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds; obstruction of justice/Congress; and knowingly engaging in disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building.

 

Griswold will not be detained while he awaits trial. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia will prosecute the case.

 

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Fourth Houston-area suspect arrested in connection with Capitol riot

 

A fourth Houston-area resident was arrested in connection with the Jan. 6 breach of the U.S. Capitol, the FBI announced Friday.

 

FBI agents arrested Shane Leedon Jenkins at his home in northwest Houston Friday morning on several charges.

 

According to court documents, Jenkins is charged with:

-Assault on a federal officer
-Obstruction of law enforcement during civil disorder
-Damage to federal property
-Knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted  building or ground without lawful authority
-Disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building or grounds
-Knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority.

 

According to an affidavit, the FBI received a tip from someone who did not know Jenkins but based on internet research, was able to determine that Jenkins was shown in publicly available video footage of the Capitol riots. The witness provided them with a screen shot of the video. In the video, Jenkins could be seen pulling a small crowbar out of his bag and smashing a window to the left tunnel in the Lower West Terrace area of the Capitol.

 

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19 hours ago, LD0506 said:

May be an image of 1 person and text that says 'IT'M IT'S JAKE FROM STATE PEN @SanchoComedy'

 

"What are you wearing, Jake from State Pen?"

 

"Uh, khakis.  Also, bison horns and red,white, and blue face paint.  But an orange jumpsuit soon..."

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Damn, that's a shame...

 

A Trump appointee who was arrested over the Capitol riot asked a judge if he could be transferred to a cell with no ****roaches

  • A former State Department aide arrested over the Capitol riot has complained of his cell conditions.
  • The former aide, Federico Klein, told a judge he felt "****roaches crawling" all over him.
  • Klein is believed to be the first Trump appointee arrested in connection to the Capitol riot.

A former Trump-appointed aide arrested in connection to the US Capitol riot has complained to a judge about the conditions in his jail cell - including ****roaches.

Authorities arrested Federico Klein, a former staff assistant at the State Department, on Thursday, saying in an affidavit that he was seen attacking police officers during the January 6 insurrection.

The affidavit also said he was seen on video "physically and verbally" engaging with police officers. Klein was spotted in a MAGA hat and described in the affidavit as "resisting officers, attempting to take items from officers, and assaulting officers with a riot shield."

 

https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-appointee-arrested-participating-capitol-154723319.html

 

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Here's Shane Leeroy Jenkins from Houston,

17 hours ago, China said:

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Fourth Houston-area suspect arrested in connection with Capitol riot

 

A fourth Houston-area resident was arrested in connection with the Jan. 6 breach of the U.S. Capitol, the FBI announced Friday.

 

FBI agents arrested Shane Leedon Jenkins at his home in northwest Houston Friday morning on several charges.

 

According to court documents, Jenkins is charged with:

-Assault on a federal officer
-Obstruction of law enforcement during civil disorder
-Damage to federal property
-Knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted  building or ground without lawful authority
-Disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building or grounds
-Knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority.

 

 

 

Shane Leedon Jenkins

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Here is exclusive video of Jenkins' actions in the storming of the Capitol (some language):

 

 

Edited by Dan T.
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8 hours ago, visionary said:

 

 

Jacob ‘QAnon Shaman’ Chansley Kept Behind Bars as Reagan-Appointed Judge Hammers His Lawyer for ‘Publicity Stunt’ Interview on ‘60 Minutes’

 

Jacob Chansley, who became known as the so-called “QAnon Shaman” after being seen at the Capitol in a horned and coyote-fur headdress and face paint, was denied pre-trial release on Monday after a federal judge berated his lawyer for squandering an opportunity to communicate with his client before trial on a “media publicity stunt” interview with 60 Minutes+, which wound up harming their defense.

 

“Such media appearances are undoubtedly conducive to defense counsel’s fame. But they are not at all conducive to an argument that the only way defense counsel could privately communicate with his client is if defendant were temporarily released,” Senior Judge Royce Lamberth, a Ronald Reagan appointee, wrote in a scathing 32-page opinion. “Given defense counsel’s decision to use what could have been a confidential videoconference on a media publicity stunt, that argument is so frivolous as to insult the court’s intelligence.”

 

“Moreover, the fact that defendant attributes his actions on January 6th to President Trump does little to persuade the Court that defendant will not act in the same or similar ways again,” Lamberth wrote. “In fact, in his interview with 60 Minutes+, defendant stated that he does not regret his loyalty to former President Trump.”

 

The network also interviewed Martha Chansley, the accused rioter’s mother, whose dubious remarks that her son “walked through open doors” and was “escorted into the Senate” did her son no favors.

 

“The Court is not persuaded that defendant’s mother will ensure his compliance with any conditions of release imposed, and defendant identifies no other custodian,” Lamberth wrote.

 

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