American News Jan 15, 2021 5:27 PM EST

DOJ: Capitol Hill rioters had intent to 'capture and assassinate'

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has released a memo stating that evidence they have gathered points to many of the rioters having the intent to "capture and assassinate".

DOJ: Capitol Hill rioters had intent to 'capture and assassinate'
James Anthony The Post Millennial
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Evidence gathered by the Department of Justice (DOJ) indicates that the rioters who stormed Capitol Hill on Jan. 6 did so with the intention to "capture and assassinate," according to a recently released memo.

The FBI said that its agents are tracking more than 200 suspects at the moment, and many of those individuals have been arrested and charged in connection with the events of Jan. 6. However, there is one protestor in particular that has piqued their interest.

According to Axios, the man famous for his outrageous costume complete with buffalo horns is known as Jacob Chansley or sometimes Jake Angeli.

The photos of Chansley standing at the desk used by Mike Pence in the Senate chamber have gone viral by now, but what the public doesn't know is that Chansley allegedly also left a note for Pence. The note simply says "It's only a matter of time; justice is coming."

Chansley is from Phoenix and has appeared in more than one mass protest in the past year. He is frequently seen wearing a sign that says something like "Q sent me," which means he self-identifies as a member of the Q-Anon movement.

According to the FBI, they are far from done investigating, and further arrests and charges will be forthcoming for Chansley and many others.

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