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U.S. law enforcement continues to search for congressional protesters and 82 people have been arrested.

U.S. law enforcement continues to search for congressional protesters and 82 people have been arrested.

According to the Washington Post, federal prosecutors for the District of Columbia filed charges against the two people involved in the congressional riots on the 9th.

One of them was Adam Johnson, who broke into the office of Speaker of the House of Representatives Pelosi, and he was charged with access to restricted areas without legal authorization, theft of government property and security.

The other is Jack Angeli, a man in a horn hat and red, white and blue on his face.

Jack Angeli is reportedly from Arizona and a zealous Trump supporter and a believer of Cannon’s conspiracy theory. Photos of him breaking into the Capitol are widely circulated on the Internet, so they have attracted the attention of law enforcement.

Angeli called the FBI on the 7th to confirm that he was the person in the photo, and the police arrested him on the 9th. He said that he went to Washington from Arizona to Washington at the request of President Trump and all the “patriots”.

Jack Angeli is accused of entering restricted areas without legal authority, violently breaking into Congress and obstructing the law.

Jack Angeli, a Trump supporter from Arizona, was arrested on the 9th.

U.S. media pointed out that federal law enforcement officials rely heavily on public photos from the media and social networking sites to identify suspects. According to the Los Angeles Times, at least 82 people have been arrested for the six-day congressional riots.

The most frequently charged charges are violations of curfew, followed by intrusion and illegal possession of firearms.

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