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John Earle Sullivan

John Earle Sullivan (born July 18, 1994), also known as Jayden X, or Activist John, is a political activist, alleged agitator at the January 6 Capitol riot, and photojournalist from…


Jeffrey P. Sabol

Sabol is accused of assaulting a Capitol Police Officer along with other individuals. However, it is possible these individuals were acting in self-defense….


Thomas Patrick Hamner

Hamner and others are accused of pushing a sign towards a line of police. Police in this area were harming civilians. Hamner is also seen taking a photo of police,…


Joseph Randall Biggs

Joseph Biggs holds a leadership position in the Florida Proud Boys chapter. He went to D.C along with Ethan Nordean, Zachary Rehl, and Charles Donohoe (all Proud Boy Members from…


Joshua Matthew Black

Black was pictured inside the Senate Chamber, bleeding from his left cheek apparently from some sort of projectile that was shot at him. Black admitted to having a knife, which…


Joshua Dillon Haynes

Haynes is accused of damaging abandoned media equipment left in an outdoor media stating area. He is also accused of assisting two individuals who removed an air conditioning unit from…


Ethan Nordean

Nordean attended the event with friends who are part of a fraternal organization known as the Proud Boys. He was near the front of the police line next to others…


Ronnie Bryan Presley

Presley can be seen getting into a light physical altercation with US Capitol Police, attempting to grab the top of the officer’s riot shield. It is unclear when exactly he…


Jonathan Daniel Carlton

Danny Carlton and Bradley Weeks are pictured inside the Crypt of the U.S Capitol. Carlton states that he was forced inside by an unruly crowd, even getting threatened (and his…


Jacob Anthony Chansley

Chansley, a Native American faith healer, entered the Capitol building with an American flag, dressed in a bearskin headdress with his face painted red, white, and blue. In the news…


Nathaniel J. Degrave

Video surveillance shows DeGrave inside the Capitol on Jan. 6th. However, there is no detailed evidence that he engaged in violence on the grounds that day.