Search Results for: Robin Meriweather

Marissa A. Suarez

Though there are images of both Todisco and Suarez inside the U.S. Capitol, account of their activity before the entry and any violence on their behalf is not included in…


Jennifer Heinl

Heinl allegedly entered the Capitol and was walking with a cell phone. She states that she drove to the rally alone and returned to Pittsburgh the same dya.


Peter J. Harding

Harding allegedly lit a media member’s camera on fire and filmed the events of that day with his own. He is seen inside the building recording the actions that took…


Laura Steele

Steele sent an email on January 3rd regarding joining the Oath Keepers. This was a couple weeks after her brother, Graydon Young also sent an email requesting admission. Steele is…


Landon Kenneth Copeland

Copeland allegedly pushed another protester into an officer and the officer fell. He took the officer’s fallen riot shield and pushed back against the police line. When police pepper sprayed…


Cole Andrew Temple

Cole Temple and his mother entered the Capitol and took photographs and videos along with the crowd. They said they were invited into the building by police.


John Douglas Wright

In Wright’s Statements of Facts, you’ll see that Wright reveals his premeditated intent to assault law enforcement officers, breach the US Capitol Building, commit violence on members of Congress, and…


Justin Mcauliffe

Mcauliffe admits to being inside one of the offices in the Capitol Building. He stated that USCP officers did not forcefully make them leave. There is no evidence of any…


Matthew Carl Mazzocco

Mazzocco took a video while inside the Capitol. He is seen and heard on the video telling others not to take or destroy anything, and that they were probably going…


Abram Markofski

Video surveillance footage and GPS monitoring (obtained via warrant) identified Markofski inside the Capitol on Jan. 6th. There is no written or verbal information showing he engaged in violent acts.


Robert Anthony Lyon

Lyon was seen on surveillance inside the Capitol walking among the crowd. He was stopped by Capitol Police afterwards on the corner of S Capitol Street and C St, SW…


Kevin Loftus

Loftus admitted to walking on what he thought was the top floor of the U.S. Capitol where he took several photos while he was inside the building walking around. There…


Nicholes J. Lentz

Lentz made a 52 second Facebook live video inside the Capitol. He stated he was there because “the people give the power, and we’re here to take it back.” At…


Elijah Yazdani

Although there are no images or text in the Statements of Facts, Yazdani is charged with a violent entry into the Capitol Building. There are multiple photos depicting Yazdani walking…


Landon Bryce Mitchell

Mitchell and a friend entered the Capitol and walked through the Rotunda to the Senate chamber. He was there for approximately 5 minutes, taking pictures. It doesn’t appear he engaged…


Donald Hazard

Hazard allegedly posted videos showing himself at the Capitol. He also appeared in a video taken by the Washington Post. He and others in the crowd yelled at police officers…


Nicholas Languerand

Languerand is pictured throwing stick like objects and a traffic barrier at U.S Capitol Police just outside of the Capitol Building. He is also seen holding a Capitol Police riot…


Jacob Travis Clark

Jacob Clark is pictured inside the Capitol often times accompanying the first dozen or so individuals who were the first inside the building. Video evidence captures him yelling at Police,…