Trump supporters were arrested after a member of the Church’s Prayer Group sent the FBI a text showing him inside the Capitol building on January 6.

Two photos of Glenn Brooks.  One is a shirt and jacket, and the other is a

Glenn Brooks, a parliamentary riot defendant, as depicted in the FBI’s criminal accusation. Federal Bureau of Investigation, Ministry of Justice

  • Glen Allen Brooks was arrested Friday on January 6 on suspicion of being involved in a parliamentary riot.

  • Brooks sent a text message of his selfie in the Capitol to a chat group full of church prayer members.

  • Later, one of the group members provided information to the FBI.

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The FBI arrested a Californian man after receiving hints from members of a church prayer group about his involvement in the January 6 Parliamentary riots.

Glen Allen Brooks was “proud of his active participation” in the riot and “sent a photo of his attendance” to a text chat group full of church prayer members. Criminal accusation To tell.

Brooks was arrested Thursday after members of a group not identified in the complaint provided the information to the FBI.

On the day of the riot, Brooks sent a text message to the group, “a self-portrait of myself in the Capitol,” a complaint dated July 27 said. A few weeks later, an unnamed group member handed it over to officials investigating the riot.

The FBI has charged Brooks with “entering restricted buildings or grounds, remaining chaotic and destructive,” and “chaotic acts and parades, demonstrations or picketing in Parliament buildings.”

So far, at least 599 people were indicted In connection with the parliamentary riots.

Parliamentary riots left five people, including one Police officer, death.Members of Proud Boys, classified as a hatred group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, reportedly attended...

The organizer Bold by the urge of former President Donald Trump Despite winning the Democratic Joe Biden election, he protests with him the outcome of the 2020 election.Supporters while members of Parliament meet on Parliament Building Day to prove the results and confirm Biden’s presidency Attempted coup And it attacked the Parliament building.

Rebels at the beginning of February this year Scramble to delete photos and social media posts Prove your participation in the Parliament riots. Some broke mobile phones, scrubbed social media accounts, and tried to wipe hard drives that may contain photos and other evidence of involvement.

However, other Brag about their involvement, Makes it easier for the FBI to catch and charge them.

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