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Derrick Evans

Photo and video footage shows Evans present at the Capitol on Jan. 6th. He approaches a police officer before entering and says, “We still respect you, all right.” In addition,…

Frank J. Scavo

Scavo admitted to the FBI he was inside the Capitol from approximately 2:42 p.m. to 2:50 p.m. on January 6. There is no detail of any violence committed by him….

Ronald Mele

Mele and three other men from California sent group text messages planning a cross-country trip to attend President Trump’s rally. After the event, they entered the Upper West Terrace of…

Erik Scott Warner

Warner and a group of men from California attended the Trump rally and were texting back and forth before the event. He brought an earpiece so he could communicate with…

Devin Steiner

Steiner entered the Capitol with his brother-in-law, Adam Miller. The two men walked through several hallways with the crowd but did not appear to act violently.

Donald John Smith

Donald Smith worked at a UPS branch in Lawnside, NJ. He is pictured inside the U.S Capitol, however there is no detail of violence of any kind committed by Smith….

Kenneth Rader

Rader entered the Capitol Building around 2:14. He was inside the building for approximately 3 minutes. There is no detail of any violence committed by Rader….

Isaac Steve Sturgeon

Sturgeon was accused of pushing a metal police barricade into officers during the Capitol breach. He had been staying in Kenya since January — but was deported into the waiting…

Jon Thomas Mott

Mott appears on surveillance inside the Capitol. He told a police officer: “Don’t touch me” and “If you don’t touch me, I won’t touch you.”…

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…