Via a tipster, here’s terrifying video pulled from Infowars that shows the attempted murder of D.C. Metropolitan Police Officer Mike Fanone.
It is obscured by a Blue Lives Matter flag.
Replying to @radleybalko: That flag obscures a lot of things.
The attorney defending a retired firefighter who has been arrested and accused of throwing a fire extinguisher that hit three officers at the Capitol, defends his client, calling it a "micro-mistake" and saying he "he got caught up in the moment" and "regrets it."
Some of these insurrectionists appear to be following in the steps of their leader and hiring lawyers off the TV. This guy does a bunch of legal commentary in the Philadelphia market. It’s... not necessarily the best strategy.
“I would like a pardon from the President of the United States.”
Dallas area realtor Jenna Ryan is the 2nd D.C. riot participant to ask for one. She flew on a private jet to D.C. to “stop the steal.” FBI arrested her today. She says: I feel persecuted.
“I think everyone deserves a pardon,” she says of a crowd that murdered a police officer.
You’ve seen images of Ofc Hodges crushed in the doorway during the insurrection at the US Capitol. Now we need your help finding the suspect who used a police shield to pin him against the door jam.
Have info? Call the FBI’s Tipline at 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324)
Here’s high quality video of the suspect coming out of the tunnel as reinforcements flood in to attack.
BREAKING: Magistrate judge plans to release man who sat at Pelosi office desk while allegedly having stun-gun on his hip. Court will require "very, very restrictive" conditions on Richard Barnett as he awaits trial....More to come
UPDATE: Prosecutors asking for 3-day stay, say colleagues in DC want to appeal release order. Judge taking stay under advisement.
NOW: A judge has ordered Jacob Chansley, known as the "QAnon shaman," held in custody while his case goes forward, agreeing with the gov't that he is a flight risk and a danger.
"He will take the law into his own hands and will not respect the United States' law."
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