Justice Department Unveils Further Charges in Capitol Riot
The Department of Justice said that the case was in Washington by US Attorney Michael R. Is part of the strike force created by Sherwin. Mr Sherwin said at a recent news conference that attacking journalists was “the height of hypocrisy”, invoking the First Amendment to justify illegal entry into the Capitol.
Mr DeCarlo was also seen in photographs taken inside the Capitol during the riots wearing shirts and hats that “MT Media” said investigators called “Murder Media.”
Prosecutors say Mr. Nordian, carrying a bullhorn, led a crowd of 100 people and entered the Capitol with another top-ranked Proud Boys leader, Joseph Biggs, who was also charged in connection with the attack Is facing
In a criminal complaint against Mr. Nordian, prosecutors said he and the other Proud Boy “were planning in advance to mobilize a group that would attempt to suppress police barricades and enter the Capitol.”
The 21-page complaint also states that, before marching on the building, Mr. Nordian had a brief exchange with another man charged in the assault with Robert Gisevin of Woodland Park in Colo. He has been accused of being a member. Right-to-left militia The Three Percenters.
Prosecutors said Mr. Nordian, a 30-year-old from Auburn, Wash., Was in front of a crowd of rioters who encountered a barricade detachment of Capitol police officers on 6 January. Prosecution officials proceeded, saying he and other members of the Proud Boys were forced to go into the building.
Prior to the attack on the Capitol, Mr Nordian “intends to mobilize a group that intends to join the conflict”, according to a news release issued Wednesday by the US Attorney’s office in Washington.