Former president Donald Trump has been indicted on 91 charges–so far–on both the state and federal level. These charges include conspiracy, obstruction, willful retention of national defense information, and more.
Pauline Bauer of Kane accosted officers who were trying to secure the Capitol Rotunda, shoving one of them, and yelled at police to “bring them out or we’re coming in,” according to federal prosecutors.
Zachary Rehl could face more than 20 years in prison after being convicted of attempting to overthrow the government by participating in the attack that was a desperate bid to keep Donald Trump in power after the 2020 election.
Following the Capitol riot, Riley Williams, 23, bragged online about stealing then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s gavel, laptop, and hard drives, and her intent to sell the laptop and hard drives to Russian individuals.
During a Senate State Government Committee meeting, Dush ruled Democrat Amanda Cappelletti out of order for referring to the attack on the US Capitol as an insurrection, on the grounds that no one has yet specifically been charged with that offense.