Federal authorities are continuing to charge rioters who took part in the siege on Capitol Hill. The FBI and ATF field offices in Washington have also increased the reward to $75,000 for information leading to the arrest of the person suspected of planting pipe bombs outside the Democratic National Committee and Republican National Committee on Jan. 6. Here’s the latest: Man seen chasing officer Goodman during Capitol riot detained Douglas Jensen, the man seen in a viral video wearing a distinctive “Q” T-shirt and chasing Capitol Police officer Eugene Goodman through the Capitol halls, was detained Jan. 9 pending further proceedings in his case. A federal judge in Washington stepped in to overrule an Iowa district court judge’s decision that would have released Jensen from government custody. According to an emergency motion filed Jan. 8 in D.C. by the Justice Department, Jensen was in possession of a knife while he was chasing Officer Goodman, though never pulled it out. New Jersey gym owner who allegedly punched cop Scott Fairlamb, a New Jersey gym owner, was arrested Jan. 22 for allegedly shoving and punching a Capitol Police officer during the riot. He faces several charges, including assaulting a federal officer and… Read full this story
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