I looked at the faces on social media of those arrested inside the Capitol Building in Washington, DC At least 50 people have been arrested inside the federal building according to law enforcement.
Some excavation work and I have identified several people who could face up to 10 years in prison if found guilty of storming a federal building.
Richard Barnett, 60, from Gravette, Arkansas, appeared on social media and presented him on a desk in the office of Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. According to the Washington Post, Barnett has criticized Pelosi on Facebook who is a supporter of President Trump and a gun rights advocate.
Jake Angeli, a 32-year-old part-time actor who lives in Phoenix, Arizona, was also inside the Capitol. He is known at political rallies in Arizona as QAnon Shaman. He wears body paint, a buffalo hood, and carries the American flag on a spear. He is also a supporter of Qunun. QAnon began in 2017 and is based on Trump’s unfounded theory to wage a covert war against the elite Satanists. He told a Capitol reporter that the police stopped blocking him and eventually told him to leave.
Right next to it, according to a local donut store, is its former employee Nicholas Rodyan. Rodyan is also a former employee of Navistar Direct Marketing in Frederick, Maryland. You can see the man’s NDM corporate ID hanging on his neck.
NDM is a printing company that provides direct mail to groups including political clients. Just hours ago, in a Facebook post, NDM said the employee had been fired for some reason.
Nick Ochs (OAKS), founder of Broad Boys Hawaii, also walked into the Capitol and took a selfie. He told CNN that he had just entered the building. Proud Boyz is a group of far-right men who have been seen in massive fighting against left-wing groups.
Finally, it was reported that a far-right activist, Tim Gionette, was streaming directly from inside the Capitol. His title? Alaska baked. He reportedly participated in the 2017 “Unite the Right” march in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The Director of the FBI in Washington, Christopher Ray, issued the following statement:
“The violence and property destruction in the US Capitol building yesterday demonstrated a blatant and horrific disregard for our government institutions and the orderly management of the democratic process. As we have consistently said, we do not tolerate violent agitators and extremists who use the veil of activity protected under the First Amendment to incite violence and cause havoc. Such behavior betrays values. Make no mistake: With our partners, we will hold those who participated in the siege of the Capitol building yesterday.
Let me assure the American people that the FBI has deployed our full investigative resources and is working closely with our federal, state and local partners to prosecute those involved in criminal activity during the events of January 6. Work through the night gathering evidence, sharing intelligence, and working with federal prosecutors to bring charges. Members of the public can help by providing tips, information, and videos of illegal activity at fbi.gov/USCapitol. We are determined to find those responsible and ensure that justice is done. “