Un uomo di New York accusato di assedio al Campidoglio ha detto che la considerava una "piccola avventura",’ dicono i federali

New York man charged in Capitol siege said he considered it a 'little adventure,' feds say

An upstate New York man who admitted to being part of the mob at the NOI. Campidoglio last week told investigators he took pictures in the building during the siege as part of what he called alittle adventure,” court papers show.

Albert Ciarpelli, a 65-year-old Syracuse man, era arrestato mercoledì and charged with knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted building and engaging in disorderly or disruptive conduct on Capitol grounds.

Ciarpelli was captured in news and surveillance photographs inside the Capitol during the Jan. 6 violazione, and photos of him were released by the FBI and police, according to the criminal complaint for his arrest.

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Albert Ciarpelli, as seen underneath a red arrow indicator (NOI. District Court for District of Columbia)

Albert Ciarpelli, as seen underneath a red arrow indicator (NOI. District Court for District of Columbia) ((NOI. District Court for District of Columbia))

His attorney did not respond to Fox News’ requests for comment.

Ciarpelli told federal agents several days ago he found a partially opened door at the Capitol building and told agentshe then did something that he knew he should not have and made his way into the building,” court papers state.

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“[Lui] took his time making his way through the building taking pictures and looking at the states,” court papers state. “He had never been in the building before and he was sight-seeing.

He characterized his more than 15 minutes walking through the building and taking pictures as alittle adventure.He thengot the feeling that he should not be there and decided to leave,” documenti del tribunale dichiarano ulteriormente.

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Ciarpelli told agentsthat he was out of his mind and had never done anything like that before,” documenti del tribunale mostrano.

An upstate New York judge released him following his Wednesday afternoon arraignment. He is scheduled to appear in Washington, D.C., court on Jan. 25, Assistente U.S. Attorney Richard Southwick detto The Post-Standard of Syracuse.

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