According to Washington, the U.S. Department of Justice said on the 9th local time that three suspects in connection with the attack on the Washington Capitol earlier this week have been prosecuted in a federal court.
Among them, the report said that these people included Jacob Anthony Chansley, who used the alias Jack Angeli, an Arizonan, whose image at the time of the riots on the 6th spread all over the world.
The U.S. Department of Justice said in a statement that Chansley stood in a crowd in strange clothes, red, white and blue oil paint on his face and a spear carrying the American flag in his hand.
He was accused of illegal entry and disorderly behavior.
Adam Johnson was reportedly arrested by police before, and he faced additional theft charges in addition to illegal entry and violent intrusion.
The statement said that Johnson was suspected of stealing the Speaker’s podium.
According to the report, a widely circulated photo showed a man carrying Pelosi’s podium and waving to the camera.
The third suspect to be arrested was Derek Evans, a member of the West Virginia State House of Representatives.
Prosecutors said Evans broadcast a video of his invasion of Capitol Hill live on his Facebook page.