Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-01-15 14:48:50 –
Since the riots in the Capitol, which killed five people on January 6, the Justice Department has charged a total of 46 people on suspicion of involvement.
On Friday, the Justice Department published a page on its website containing all those charged in connection with the Capitol riots. As of Friday afternoon, the page contains 46 names.
Defendants’ charges range from “intentionally entering or staying in restricted buildings or premises without legal access” to “assaulting federal law enforcement officers.”
Of the 46 indicted, federal officials confirmed that they came from 22 states across the country.
Robert Sanford, Pennsylvania and Mark Lefinwell, Washington, are facing assault charges in connection with the riots.
According to ABC News and The Wall Street Journal, Sanford has been accused of throwing a fire extinguisher at a group of police officers and sending them to a hospital.
According to KOMO-TV in Seattle, Lefinwell has been accused of hitting an officer while trying to enter the Capitol.
Also on the website are Jacob Charnsley (a man who allegedly broke the Capitol with a bare chest and wore a horned helmet), Christine Priola (a Cleveland public school employee who resigned shortly after his arrest), and Eric.・ Manchel (a man from Tennessee) was also posted. The person who carried the cable tie to the Parliament building).
On Tuesday, Justice Ministry officials reported that they had charged “about 70” suspects with their actions in the Capitol, but did not provide details. At that time, officials said they expected “hundreds” of criminal proceedings to be filed in the coming weeks.