Un uomo del Maryland si dichiara non colpevole di aver portato la pistola carica all'insurrezione del Campidoglio

Giorni dopo a Republican senator said the US Capitol attack wasn’t an “insurrezione armata,” un uomo del Maryland si è dichiarato non colpevole di portare una pistola carica sul terreno del Campidoglio il giorno dell'attacco.

Christopher Alberts, uno di the first men charged in the insurrection, pleaded not guilty in DC federal court on Thursday.
Secondo i documenti del tribunale, Alberts was arrested after he tried to flee police officers while leaving the Capitol grounds. Investigators said that three officers tackled him and found he was carrying a loaded 9mm handgun, 25 rounds of ammunition, a gas mask, pocket-knife, first aid kit and one military meal.
Alberts faces four federal charges: carrying a gun at the Capitol, unlawful entry onto restricted grounds, carrying a gun without a license, and possessing a large capacity ammunition feeding device. Albertslawyer declined to comment on the charges.
    His charges undercut GOP attempts to downplay the attack.
    Suo. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin said last week thatwhen you hear the word ‘armed,’ don’t you think of firearms? Here’s the questions I would have liked to ask: How many firearms were confiscated?”
    Based on a review of court documents, Alberts appears to be the only person charged with carrying a loaded gun on the Capitol grounds. But many of the rioters had weapons with them at the Capitol, including members of paramilitary organizations.
      Some of the weapons used include a baseball bat, un estintore, una mazza di legno, una lancia, stampelle, un pennone, bear spray, mace, chemical irritants, scudi della polizia rubati, una trave di legno, a hockey stick, a stun gun and knives.
      To call that an armed insurrection, it was the most pitiful armed insurrection anybody could ever possibly imagine,” Johnson ha detto.

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