The congressional intruders' plan was to kidnap and assassinate US officials

January 15, 2021
Arizona resident Jacob Chansley and a conspiracy theorist who has been widely reported pictured with fur on top of two horns. Arizona resident Jacob Chansley and a conspiracy theorist who has been widely reported pictured with fur on top of two horns.

Dubai United Arab Emirates:- Reuters quoted the US federal prosecutor as saying that the protests of the Trump supporters were not a rejection of the results of the US elections, but rather they were intent on “kidnapping and assassinating elected officials” in the US administration, during the siege and storming of Congress.

 

This came in a warrant submitted by the prosecution to the court, in which it also requested that an order be issued for the detention of Jacob Chansley, a resident of Arizona and a promoter of conspiracy theories, whose image has been widely circulated with the fur on his head pinned by two horns.

Chansley was spotted standing over Vice President Mike Pence's Senate office.

The memo, written by attorneys for the Arizona Department of Justice, went into more detail about the FBI's investigations into Chansley's affair, revealing that he had left a written note to Pence warning that "it's just a matter of time. Justice is coming," which implies a threat against Vice President who rebelled against his boss in recent days.

"Strong evidence, including the words and actions of Chansley himself on the Capitol (Congress), supports the notion that the rioters' intent was to capture and assassinate elected officials of the United States government," the prosecution memo said.

Prosecutors and federal agencies have begun directing more serious accusations related to the violence that occurred, including the disclosure of cases accusing retired firefighter Robert Sanford of throwing an extinguisher on a policeman's head, as well as accusing a person named Peter Steiger of beating another policeman with an American flag.

With regard to the Chansley case, the prosecution said the charges "include active participation in a rebellion that seeks to overthrow the United States government through violence," and warned that "the insurgency is still in place."

State law enforcement agencies are taking strict measures in anticipation of the possibility of further demonstrations and unrest in Washington and state capitals.

The prosecution also said that Chansley was a drug addict and mentally impaired, and the likelihood of him running away from justice was strong.

The Justice Department has filed more than 80 criminal cases related to the violence in Congress last week when Trump supporters stormed the building, ransacked offices and attacked police.

In the events, 5 people were killed and dozens of others were injured. The riots did not disrupt the congressional approval of Biden’s victory, but they did great damage to the US’s democratic image in front of the world.

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