On a Twitter account named after him, Jensen recognized himself in photos circulating online after riots and riots twice.
Jensen, wearing a QAnon T-shirt, can also be seen in the Associated Press photo taken by Manuel Balce Ceneta, an Associated Press reporter, he is facing another Capitol Hill police gesturing.
In a video shot by Igor Bobic of the Huffington Post, Jensen (wearing the same QAnon T-shirt) was seen chasing the unidentified officer and There was a riot behind him. Once the police officer reached the top of a set of stairs, he glanced at the doorway leading to the Senate floor on his left, then moved toward the door and towards the camera, moving the mob away from the Senate floor.
Jensen posted on Twitter on November 1
The FBI and local authorities in Iowa state that Jensen, 41, was arrested for participating in a violent break into the Capitol. Local authorities were not asked to assist in the arrest, and FBI officials handed Jensen to the Polk County Jail for processing on Saturday. He was scheduled to go to jail at around 1 am Central Time.
According to the FBI and Polk County Sheriff’s Office, Jensen faces five federal charges-illegally entering the Capitol, disrupting government business, entering violently, marching in the Capitol, and preventing law enforcement during riots.
CNN also contacted the Polk County Jail to try to get in touch with Jensen’s lawyers and defer them to federal officials. At the time of publication by the Department of Justice, there was no further information on the Jansen case.
KCCI reported that Jensen was subsequently fired from his job at Forrest & Associate Masonry. The company’s president and CEO Richard Felice told the radio station that the company did not agree with Jensen’s actions.
Kristin Wilson contributed to this story.