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Friday, January 15, 2021

UPDATED / FEDS ROUNDING UP RIOTERS ONE BY ONE


OMG, I’m going to be famous. Maybe.
Speaking of lost causes, the US Civil War ended in 1865 with the secessionist states surrendering. The South lost the war. That’s a fact. Anyone out of diapers knows that. Maybe. Another fact is the confederate flag has until Jan. 6, 2021 has never flown in the US Capitol—not even during the civil war. Temptation is to reveal the name of the flag waver in this photo, especially after his arrest this week for his part in the invasion of the Capitol. Knowing that he’s been arrested and charged is good enough. No need to give this disrespectful lout any more attention. Other internet sources have outed him. He’s a lucky man to be living in such a free and forgiving nation. And, breaking the law to enter the Capitol to wave the rebel flag is not protected by the first amendment. Lock him up.


Oh, that podium?
 

Alleged US Capitol building looter identified as Adam Johnson, 36 was arrested and booked in Pinellas County Florida on three federal charges, including one count of knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority; one count of theft of government property; and one count of violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. Before he was arrested he removed his beard and address numbers from front of his house. But the ghosting outline of the address was still visible to arresting officers. 



Why are the looters so darn handsome? 

The pictured individual, who was part of the mob breaking into the US Capitol has been ID-ed by authorities as Jacob Chansley of Phoenix, Arizona and is currently in federal custody charged with his involvement in the riots of Jan. 6, 2021. Gofundme confirmed Chansley had a fundraiser to help pay his way to the Trump rally in Washington DC. Gofundme shut down the fundraiser noting that it had raised $10 to date. Click here for Justice Dept. press release on the arrest. 


Before 
Staircase Stalker. 

In a photo (below) provided by Polk County (Iowa) shows Douglas Jensen, who allegedly took part in the riots at the US Capitol. Local police and the FBI took Jensen into custody at his Des Moines home. National videos repeated on the news captured Jensen taking the lead in chasing a Capitol policeman up the stairs of the Capitol building, while the officer was trying singlehandedly to thwart the crowd. On Jan. 6, 2021, an AP photo (shown above), shows Jensen appears wearing a QAnon T-shirt over a hooded sweatshirt and wearing a stocking cap. Meanwhile back at

After
home, Jensen’s employer a masonry company fired him stating that the firm doesn’t agree with his actions, said KCCI-TV. Click here for KCCI coverage. 




What a Pair. 

Two Chicagoland men, who were at the US Capitol riots on Jan. 6, 2021 claim they did not participate in entering the hallowed building. Nevertheless, a CEO of a marketing company Bradley "What was I thinking" Rukstales, 52, was arrested by Capitol police and charged. Upon returning to the Chicago area the CEO was fired from his job.  


Also arrested was 48-year-old David "I have no regrets" Fitzgerald, who now has been banned by authorities from DC and he will appear in court later this month.



Takes the Cake.


Next time you illegally crash a federal building during a riot, be sure to wear your company ID on a lanyard. It must have worked because so far this smartie hasn’t shown up on federal arrest rosters. What did happen was his boss like the entire country saw this rioter’s hijinx on TV and fired the dude for cause on the spot.





Ties that bind. 

USA Today
and the New Yorker magazine reported an Air Force combat veteran has been fired after he was reportedly identified as one of the Capitol rioters carrying zip-tie handcuffs on the Senate floor Wednesday. Texas-based Hillwood Airways confirmed to USA TODAY Saturday that retired Lt. Col. Larry Rendall Brock, Jr. that the pilot no longer worked for the airline. Brock told the magazine that he was the man in the photos and videos seen standing in the Senate chamber holding zip ties. He told the New Yorker that he found them on the floor. "I wish I had not picked those up," he told the magazine. 

Another US Capitol rioter (left, photo) arrested for possessing zip tie restraints was Eric Munchel, a bartender from Nashville TN.



Taking an alleged pee


While we’re online searching for disgusting rioters at last Wednesday US Capitol coup attempt let’s pitch in an find who the guy pissing on the Capitol wall happens to be (lower right of above photo).

Mr. Sensitivity. 
A rioter who stormed the US Capitol Wednesday wearing a sweatshirt emblazoned with the phrase "Camp Auschwitz" has been identified as Robert Keith Packer, a felon from Virginia, according to three sources who spoke with CNN. An image of
Packer (left) inside the Capitol, whose sweatshirt bore the name of the Nazi concentration camp where about 1.1 million people were killed during World War II, has evoked shock and disbelief on social media. The bottom of his shirt stated, "Work brings freedom," which is the rough translation of the phrase "Arbeit macht frei" that was on the concentration camp's gates. As of 1-12-2021 Packer has not been arrested for illegal entry into the US Capitol as so many others have.


Whatcha got there, Lonnie? 

Authorities have released an image of Lonnie Coffman (left), who was arrested Jan. 6, 2021 in Washington DC in possession of weapons, ammunition and Molotov cocktails in his truck. The truck was two blocks from the US Capitol. Here are evidence photos released by federal prosecutors. Click here. 




Fur Ball. 

The winner of the Neanderthal look alike contest among US Capitol rioters goes to Brooklyn’s Aaron Mostofsky, (near left), who is facing several federal charges, including  theft of government property and participation in an unlawful, deadly insurrection. In the photo, Mostofsky, 34 is seen wearing animal pelts; a police vest and carrying a police riot shield. Climbing down the stairs with him is Kevin Seefried, the rioter who appeared in photos around the world waving the confederate flat inside the US Capitol.  Mostofsky appeared in court wearing Yoda pajamas and released on $100,000 bail.  Seefried was also arrested for similar charges.

Ex-Fireman assaults police. 

A retired Chester PA firefighter participating in the firestorm riot last week, has been arrested for (among other charges) throwing a fire extinguisher that hit three US Capitol policemen causing bodily injury. Robert Sanford, 55 is facing felony charges for his assault. Lucky for Mr. Sanford that authorities had video showing the fire extinguisher that he threw at the officers was not the same extinguisher that killed police officer Brian Sicknick. His attorney said Mr. Sanford was not part of any extremist group. That might be true had FBI agents searching his home not found a well-known militia t-shirt in his possession.


Hotter water, now. 

Hey, participating in the recent US Capitol riot is better use of time than living out of your car, especially in his home state of Colorado. Just ask Klete Keller, an US Olympic gold medalist, who was charged this week for his alleged role in Capitol riots. The ex-homeless guy and now ex-real estate freelancer, says CNN Keller was charged with knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority, violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds, and obstructing law enforcement engaged in official duties incident to civil disorder, according to documents filed in US District Court in Washington, DC. Yep, he’s in hot water now.


Wildman rioter beats fallen DC cop with US Flag: Arrested.

Self alleged patriot Peter Stager has been arrested at his home in Conway after reportedly beating a police officer with an American flag during the Capitol riot on Jan. 6. According to a federal affidavit, the officer was from the Washington D.C. Police Department and was guarding the entrance to the Capitol when a mob pulled him down the stairs and attacked him. There is a video on social media of Stager allegedly saying "death is the only remedy for what's in that building," referring to the United States Capitol. The documents also source a confidential source who said they recognized Stager from a Twitter thread that showed a video of a man, assumed to be Stager, beating the officer (who is not identified in public documents due to privacy) with a flag pole with the American flag attached to it. After comparing Stager's driver's license photo with the videos taken of Stager on Jan. 6 during the Capitol riot, law enforcement said they believe him to be the man in the videos.


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Lock 'Em Up

Below is a full list of people arrested by DC Capitol Police and charged with federal crimes in connection with the rioting: 

Cleveland Meredith was charged on Jan. 7, 2021, with making interstate threats to Speaker Nancy Pelosi. 

Richard Barnett, of Arkansas, was charged on Jan. 7, 2021, with knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful entry; violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds; and theft of public money, property, or records. Barnett allegedly entered a restricted are of the Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. 

Lonnie Coffman, of Alabama, was charged on Jan. 7, 2021, with possession of an unregistered firearm (destructive device) and carrying a pistol without a license. It is alleged that Coffman’s vehicle contained 11 explosive devices known as Molotov cocktails and firearms. It is further alleged he was in possession of two firearms. Coffman was arrested and is currently being held. His detention hearing is scheduled for Jan. 12, 2021. 

Mark Leffingwell, was charged on Jan. 7, 2021, with knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority; assault on a federal law enforcement officer; and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. Leffingwell allegedly entered the Senate side of the Capitol and when stopped by law enforcement, struck an officer in the helmet and chest. Leffingwell is currently being held and has a detention hearing in district court today. 

Christopher Alberts, of Maryland, was charged on Jan. 7, 2021, with carrying or having readily accessible, on the grounds of the United States Capitol Building, a firearm and ammunition. Specifically a Taurus G2C, 9mm handgun and 9mm caliber ammunition. The defendant appeared in district court and was released. He has a preliminary hearing scheduled for Jan. 28, 2021. 

Joshua Pruitt, was charged on Jan. 7, 2021, with knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority. The defendant appeared in district court and was released. He has a preliminary hearing scheduled for Jan. 28, 2021. 

Matthew Council, of Florida, was charged on Jan. 7, 2021, with knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. Council allegedly unlawfully entered the Capitol building, and when stopped by law enforcement, he pushed the officer. 

Cindy Fitchett, of Virginia, was charged on Jan. 7, 2021, with knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority; or knowingly, with intent to impede government business or official functions, engaging in disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds; and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. 

Michael Curzio, of Florida, was charged on Jan. 7, 2021, with knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority; or knowingly, with intent to impede government business or official functions, engaging in disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds; and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. 

Douglas Sweet, of Florida, was charged on Jan. 7, 2021, with knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority; or knowingly, with intent to impede government business or official functions, engaging in disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds; and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. 

Bradley Ruskelas, of Illinois, was charged on Jan. 7, 2021, with knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority; or knowingly, with intent to impede government business or official functions, engaging in disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds; and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. 

Terry Brown, of Pennsylvania, was charged on Jan. 7, 2021, with knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority; or knowingly, with intent to impede government business or official functions, engaging in disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds; and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. 

Thomas Gallagher was charged on Jan. 7, 2021, with knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority; or knowingly, with intent to impede government business or official functions, engaging in disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds; and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.

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