Firefighters who took part in the Capitol riot had a picture of a Democrat with a shooting target on her body, the FBI says.


Andrew Williams, a firefighter in Sanford, Florida, pleaded guilty in November for misdemeanors associated with the Capitol riots.

Andrew Williams, a firefighter in Sanford, Florida, has pleaded guilty to misdemeanors associated with the Capitol riots.US District Court for the District of Columbia

  • Andrew Williams pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor related to the Capitol riots on January 6, 2021.

  • At home, the FBI found a photo of a Democrat with a shooting target.

  • In a memorandum of judgment, a federal prosecutor demanded that he be sentenced to 30 days in prison.

According to federal prosecutors, the FBI found a photo of a member of the House of Representatives with a shooting target on her body at the home of a riot defendant in the Capitol.

In November, Andrew Williams, a firefighter in Sanford, Florida, pleaded guilty to a parade, demonstration, or picketing misdemeanor inside the Capitol building.

After Williams Arrested Following the January 6 riots, the FBI searched his home and found a photo of an unnamed Democrat, according to an insider’s memorandum of understanding filed on Friday.

A beret with a hammer and mallet symbol was on the head of the councilor, along with a shooting target layered on her body.

In a pre-judgment interview with law enforcement agencies, Williams said the target was a “secret Santa” gift from a colleague, the memo said.

The agent also referred to QAnon’s conspiracy theory and said he found a roll of “Q” stickers at Williams’s house.

In a memorandum, the prosecutor sentenced Williams to 30 days in prison, two years of probation, 60 hours of community service, and a $ 500 reparations split.

Williams was identified as a participant in the Capitol riots after seeing Sanford law enforcement officers post their photos online to the Capitol.

In a video later taken by the FBI during a riot, Williams suspected he might be arrested.

“How are they going to arrest each one?” Williams said in a video shot inside the Capitol, according to an FBI affidavit seen by insiders.

“We’re attacking the Capitol! Yeah, baby!” According to the affidavit, Williams said in another video.

In an interview with law enforcement agencies before the ruling, Williams said he regretted his actions and did not feel like a riot at the time.

is more than 760 people Arrested for an attack on the Houses of Parliament. 170 people pleaded guilty..

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