국회 의사당 폭동과 관련하여 새로운 혐의에 직면 한 두 명의 FAA 직원 및 Snapchat 라이브 스 트리머

법무부는 두 명의 국회 의사당 폭동 혐의에 대한 새로운 형사 고발을 발표했습니다.

캘리포니아의 Kevin Strong은 공격과 관련된 세 가지 범죄로 기소되었습니다., including knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building without lawful authority, and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. He confessed to breaching the Capitol in an interview with investigators and was arrested on Friday, 법무부에 따르면. Strong told law enforcement he hadn’t done any damage or attacked law enforcement, 진술서에 따르면.
Strong works for the Federal Aviation Administration and is a follower of the QAnon conspiracy movement, 법원 문서에 따르면. A day after the insurrection, an employee in the FAA’s internal investigation branch contacted the FBI and reported Strong to law enforcement.
Prosecutors say a tipster told the FBI that Strong has beenstockpiling items and telling others to get ready for martial law.Based on that report, the FBI opened an investigation into Strong on December 30, 진술서에 따르면. The FBI says it searched Strong’s home on January 16 and seized two guns owned by Strong’s uncle and multiple digital devices, and that investigators found QAnon items during a search of his home.
    Andrew Ericson of Oklahoma, 23, was charged with two misdemeanors related to the attack. Prosecutors say he live-streamed himself entering the Capitol, walking into House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office and takingwhat appeared to be a beer out of a refrigerator in an office,” according to someone identified in court documents asWitness 1,who watched the footage and recognized Ericson from a previous professional relationship.
      Investigators say they tracked down Ericson after Witness 1 watched his livestream on Snapchat and provided his name to the FBI. Ericson was arrested Friday, according to an FBI affidavit and the Justice Department.
      Ericson was charged with unlawful entry on restricted buildings or grounds and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.

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