The men led the first wave through police barricades, then body-surfed to a Capitol entrance to cause more mayhem.
Though the full picture of how many were armed among the crowd is unclear, court records, trial testimony and accounts from police officers and rioters have supplied growing evidence that multiple people brought firearms to D.C. for Jan. 6.
The newly elected state delegate, and antiabortion activist, was quickly identified after he live-streamed himself going into the Capitol on Jan. 6.
The Otero County, N.M., commissioner said he merely went to the Capitol to pray with protesters
Caroline Edwards became for many the first police face to appear on a national stage to discuss the viciousness of the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
Many of the 21 points ordered by President Biden for federal law enforcement agencies, such as body cameras and banning no-knock warrants, have been adopted by large police agencies.
After the Virginia attorney general dismissed the state criminal case, members of Virginia’s congressional delegation and others are seeking reconsideration by the Justice Department.
The Alabama man had a variety of loaded guns in addition to Mason jars filled with both gas and styrofoam, which experts said would have a “napalm-like” effect.
The former Rocky Mount, Va., police officer agreed to testify against his fellow officer, who traveled to the Capitol with him on Jan. 6
After the Texas man was arrested in December, he didn’t have another hearing for nearly three months, causing prosecutors to quickly indict him on one count after he initially faced eight counts.