According to charging papers, a man with links to the right-wing organization the Proud Boys was placed under arrest in Central Florida on federal charges as a result of his alleged ties to the assault on the Capitol building that happened in Washington, D.C. earlier this month.
The man’s arrest happened on Wednesday morning in the Middle District of Florida and is being tried in Orlando on federal charges. He is charged with obstruction of an official procedure, violation of a restricted building or property, as well as disorderly and violent conduct.
Per a federal affidavit, the man belongs to the Proud Boys and identifies himself as an organizer of some of the group’s activities. The affidavit also shows some photographs that are suspected by federal agents to represent the man at the protest and inside the Capitol.
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