A Jan.6 'Capitol Rioter' Is Being Hailed As A Hero In Belarus, Where He's Hiding From The FBI
Appearing on CNN on Friday morning, the attorney for a New Jersey gym owner who was sentenced to 41 months in prison for punching a Capitol police officer during the January 6th insurrection said that not only was his client's jail term excessive but he deserved "a little tenderness" for admitting he was wrong to take part in the riot that day.
A U.S. Capitol rioter accused of assaulting a police officer wants to testify but complains that he can't get the D.C. jail to help him sit down with congressional investigators.
The rioter “described knowledge of contacts between GOP officials in a key state Trump lost” and Trump’s allies.
Former President Donald Trump in an interview earlier this year defended Jan. 6 Capitol rioters who chanted about hanging his vice president, Mike Pence.
Accountability must travel upward.
Officials say a Florida man affiliated with the far-right Oath Keepers militia group has been arrested on charges related to storming the U.S. Capitol during the Jan. 6 insurrection
Though reports of rioters charged with carrying firearms have been limited, the number has been steadily climbing.
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/Photos by Getty/DLiveA notorious U.S. Capitol riot suspect and white supremacist livestreamer who goes by the alias “Baked Alaska” faces new charges in Arizona after allegedly defacing a Hanukkah display at the state capitol.On Nov. 3, prosecutors in Maricopa County charged the right-wing social media personality, whose legal name is Anthime Gionet, with two misdemeanor charges for criminal damage and attempted criminal damage. In the complaint, obtained by
A federal judge told a Jan. 6 defendant, "You were a pawn in a game directed and played by people who should know better."
Judge Royce Lamberth issued the sentence after raising concerns about whether Scavo had sought to downplay his behavior even as late as the day of his sentencing.
“They’re not going to do a real review of the Capitol Police,” the person said in an interview after a 90-minute sit down with committee investigators.