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Two policemen in the United States were arrested for violently breaking into Congress. They were photographed in front of the statue.

Two policemen in the United States were arrested for violently breaking into Congress. They were photographed in front of the statue.

January 14th – On the 13th local time, two policemen from Virginia were arrested for violently breaking into the Capitol.

According to the New York Post, a criminal indictment from U.S. prosecutors said that Rocky Mountain City policemen Jacob Fracker and Thomas Robertson were not on duty that day. They were photographed standing in the Capitol.

Take a group photo in front of the statue. They were accused of illegally using violence to enter the restricted area of the Capitol.

The photo of the two police officers has been circulating inside the police station, and has since been posted on the social platform Facebook. Robertson said in an interview: “I don’t want to keep it a secret.

I’m not afraid of being posted my pictures because I’ve done nothing wrong.” The Rocky Mountain City Police Department has given two police officers administrative leave.

According to the report, on the 13th, a Houston policeman was also asked for administrative leave for participating in the congressional riots.

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