On January 6, two police officers on duty in Virginia were charged with a fatal violation of the U.S. Capitol.
Rocky Mountain police officers Jacob Fracker and Thomas Robertson were arrested for being shot in the Capitol and making obscene gestures before the US Attorney’s Office John Stark regulations. Announce.
The photos are included as an exhibition Criminal complaint Photos released by the authorities show that these men raised their fingers and posed in front of the statue.
Robertson said in the social media post included in the complaint: “CNN and the left are just crazy because we actually attacked the government where the problem lies, not some random small businesses… the right took it within a day- ̵
He also stated that he is “proud” of the photos in the Instagram posts shared to Facebook because he is “willing to use his skin in the game.”
Fracker said in another Facebook post: “Laugh out loud to everyone who might be worried about my photos… I’m sorry, do I hate freedom?… It’s not like I’ve done anything illegal… You all follow your own wishes Do it.” The post has since been deleted, but it is also an exhibition of criminal complaints.
According to the complaint, Robertson admitted in Newsweek that he and Fracker sent the photo to colleagues in the police department and posted it to their Facebook page after the photo was leaked.
The complaint also stated that Robertson claimed that he had not violated the law and was accompanied by the police “even though his previous position was that he “attacked the government” and “chosen the Capitol”.
Both men were charged with one count of deliberately entering or staying in any restricted building or venue without legal authority, and one count of violent entry and wrongdoing under the grounds of the Capitol.
The U.S. District Attorney’s Office has sued More than 70 cases After the incident that killed five people after the attack on the US Capitol, the FBI has launched an investigation into more than 170 people.