Brian Christopher Mock

Mock allegedly shoved and assaulted police officers after breaking through a police line. However, there is evidence to suggest protesters were “subject to brutalities” by police in this area.

Mock supposedly shouted for police to leave after an altercation took place. He and his girlfriend (who attended the event) stated they were pepper sprayed by police with others in the crowd. Mock said he was “ashamed of the blue that harmed everyone there to stand for the cause.”

Please keep in mind that in the United States, every citizen charged with a crime is presumed innocent until proven guilty.


Assaulting, Resisting or Impeding Certain Officers (1) Knowingly Entering or Remaining in any Restricted Building or Grounds without Lawful Authority (2) Disorderly and Disruptive Conduct in a Restricted Building or Grounds (3) Obstruction of Law Enforcement During Civil Disorder (4) Acts of Physical Violence in any of the Capitol Buildings or Grounds (5)

Case Status

Mock was arrested on 6/11/21 and appeared in court the same day. He pleaded not guilty to counts 1-9. Brian Mock's next status conference took place on 3/30 at 10 am. Jury Trial set for May 16, 2022 is vacated and reset to a date to be determined. Status Conference set for 5/16/2022 at 02:00 PM in Telephonic/VTC before Judge James E. Boasberg. Defendant remains committed.

USA Attorney

Amanda Jawad
Amanda Jawad DOJ-USAO 211 W. Fort ST, #2001 Detroit, MI 48226 313 226 9116 [email protected] ATTORNEY-ATTORNEY TO BE NOTICED Designation: US Assistant Attorney

Prison Name

Brian Christopher Mock Inmate# 378527 Correctional Treatment Facility DC-CTF 1901 D St. SE Washington DC 20003

Please note: Prisoner mail is reviewed by guards. Please keep messages of encouragement to a general and/or religious nature. For example, do not mention the events of Jan. 6th or other current events under criminal investigation.

Information on Writing/Encouragement

Mock states he is a proud father of 4 boys and owns landscaping and snow removal businesses. His family shared they are selling their home in order to pay for an attorney. Mock was working with a public defender but decided to represent himself to insure his interests were honored.

Case Documents

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