Florence, South Carolina 2021-10-25 11:28:56 –
Columbia, South Carolina (WCBD) – A South Carolina man was charged with assaulting law enforcement on January 6NS Riot in the US Capitol.
The US Capitol was defeated in early January in an attempt to thwart the joint session of the United States Congress, which counted voters in the presidential election.
Among those charged were Georgia Mosteny III, 35, in Anderson, South Carolina. M., Federal Attorney for South Carolina. According to RhettDehart, Tenney was charged with three felony charges, including assault, resistance or obstruction of certain officers, civil confusion, and obstruction of six misdemeanor public proceedings.
Tenney was arrested on June 29, 2021 after a criminal complaint was filed. He will be prosecuted another day.
Prior to January 6, according to court documentsNS, Tenney wrote on Facebook: [sic] When [C]If the elector’s vote is unsuccessful, it will proceed. We are planning all scenarios. “
According to Dehart’s office, Tenny of Cleveland, Texas, and another man, Darrell Youngers, 32, were captured in a video traveling with the US Capitol on January 6.
“Tenny and Younger eventually headed to East Rotunda Door. While there, Tenney tried to force the door open from the inside, despite police efforts to keep it closed. I helped the rioters gathered outside enter the building, “said Dehart. “He also grabbed an employee of the House of Commons guard, locked the U.S. Capitol police officer and weapons, and pushed another Capitol police officer. Tenney and Youngers eventually withdrew to Rotanda. bottom.”
Young people were charged with related charges.
The case is being investigated by the FBI’s Greenville, South Carolina Residence, Houston Field Office, and Metropolitan Police Department. Important support was provided by the US Capitol Police Department.
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