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FBI Probes Allegation Woman Stole Pelosi's Laptop During Capitol Riot​

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Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) speaks during a press conference at the U.S. Capitol on January 15, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Samuel Corum/Getty Images)

By Brian Freeman | Monday, 18 January 2021 09:21 AM


The FBI is looking into evidence that a Pennsylvania woman who took part in the Capitol insurrection stole from Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office a laptop or hard drive with the intent of selling it to Russians, Politico reported.

The allegation was included in an affidavit describing the criminal case against Riley June Williams, who was seen in footage from the riot in the part of the Capitol close to Pelosi's office.

According to the affidavit, which was signed Sunday and posted publicly, "It appears that Williams has fled. According to local law enforcement officers in Harrisburg, Williams’ mother stated that Williams packed a bag and left her home and told her mother she would be gone for a couple of weeks. Williams did not provide her mother any information about her intended destination."

It is not certain if a laptop or hard drive was actually taken from Pelosi’s office.

But, according to the affidavit, a witness told authorities he claimed to have seen a video of Williams "taking a laptop computer or hard drive from Speaker Pelosi’s office."

According to the witness, Williams "intended to send the computer device to a friend in Russia, who then planned to sell the device to SVR, Russia’s foreign intelligence service … [but] the transfer of the computer device to Russia fell through for unknown reasons and Williams still has the computer device or destroyed it."

Williams' mother last week filed a suspicious persons report against the witness in the affidavit, who is described as a former romantic partner of the suspect.

However, CNN reported that as of now Williams is not accused of theft.

Instead, she is charged with violent entry or disorderly conduct, and entering the restricted space of the Capitol, similar charges faced by many who participated in the siege that day.

 

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An apparent leader of Oath Keepers charged with planning and coordinating breach at US Capitol​

From CNN's Zachary Cohen and Katelyn Polantz

Prosecutors have levied the first significant conspiracy charge against an apparent leader in the extremist Oath Keepers movement, alleging the Virginia man was involved in "planning and coordinating" the breach, according to court documents.

The Justice Department charged Thomas Caldwell, a 65-year-old from Virginia with a leadership role in the paramilitary right-wing group, with four counts, including conspiracy to commit an offense, obstruction of an official proceeding and "Violent entry or disorderly conduct."

Caldwell interacted in the riot alongside a group of eight to 10 people wearing Oath Keeper-emblazoned gear, who according to a law enforcement affidavit, "moved in an organized and practiced fashion and forced their way to the front of the crowd gathered around a door to the US Capitol."

Prosecutors also describe his interactions with two other charged right-wing militants, Jessica Watkins and Donovan Crowl, who also allegedly sought to stop Congress from certifying the presidential election and were part of the siege.

"We are concerned that the arrests for the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol include some U.S. military reservists and veterans. Some right-wing extremist groups, particularly the anti-government Oath Keepers, have a long history of recruiting from current and former members of the military and law enforcement," Oren Segal, vice president of the Anti-Defamation League's Center on Extremism told CNN.

"Oath Keepers are part of the resurgent militia movement, which believes the federal government has been co-opted by a shadowy conspiracy that is trying to strip American citizens of their rights. Though the Oath Keepers will accept anyone as members, what differentiates them from other anti-government extremist groups is their explicit focus on recruiting current and former military, law enforcement and first responder personnel," he added.

CNN’s Mallory Simon contributed reporting to this post.
 

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Trump's influential supporters spoke of what was coming before riot​


Some of President Donald Trump's most influential supporters -- among them members of his inner circle who were in direct contact with the President -- spoke in ominous and violent terms about what was coming on January 6. CNN's Drew Griffin takes a look.

Former Trump campaign staffers worked on National Mall rally the day of the Capitol riot​

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Updated 11:53 AM ET, Tue January 19, 2021

 

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Capitol rioter plotted to sell stolen Pelosi laptop to Russian intelligence​

Riley June Williams was turned in to the FBI by former "romantic partner," according to court documents.

FBI reports woman intended to ship Pelosi's office computer to Russia

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By Tom Winter and Corky Siemaszko

A Pennsylvania woman accused of being one of the Capitol rioters told a former "romantic partner" she planned to steal a laptop computer from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office and sell it to Russian intelligence, court documents revealed Monday.

Riley June Williams was charged with disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds with the intent to disturb a session of Congress and other charges after her former flame turned her in.

William's ex, who was described in Special Agent Jonathan Lund's charging document as W 1 (witness one), called the FBI and told them she "intended to send the computer device to a friend in Russia, who then planned to sell the device to SVR, Russia’s foreign intelligence service.”


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"According to W1, the transfer of the computer device to Russia fell through for unknown reasons and Williams still has the computer device or destroyed it,” the document states.

Lund says the device and circumstances of what Williams was doing with it remain under investigation.

Pelosi deputy chief of staff, Drew Hammill, confirmed in a Tweet that Pelosi's laptop was stolen from the conference room on Jan. 6 but that it was “only used for presentations.”

The FBI said they spoke with Williams’ mother on Saturday and she allegedly said, “she recognized her daughter inside the U.S. Capitol Building and that her daughter had taken a sudden interest in President Trump’s politics and “far-right message boards.”
Williams, 22, lives with her mom in Harrisburg, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported.

An affidavit released by the authorities includes a link to a documentary about the Capitol riot that was filmed and produced by British broadcaster ITV News and in which a woman identified as Williams can be seen yelling "upstairs, upstairs, upstairs," and pushing people in the direction of Pelosi's office.
This woman, the reporter can be heard saying, was "disciplined, focused, with a sense of urgency, directing people up a staircase."

Williams' mother filed a suspicious person report on Jan. 11 with the police in Harrisburg, the FBI said. The suspicious person "was assumed" to be W 1.
"According to the Harrisburg officers, on January 16, 2021, they again spoke with WILLIAMS' mother who told them that a British media crew had come to her home the night before, asking to speak with WILLIAMS, who was not present," the affidavit states. "The news crew presented WILLIAMS' mother with one or more images taken at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. Her mother acknowledged that it was WILLIAMS in the image."

"It appears that WILLIAMS has fled," it says.



Revealed: ITV News identifies protester who stormed the Capitol | ITV News​


A woman who stormed the US Capitol last week wearing a t-shirt emblazoned with an alt-right slogan has been identified by ITV News as a 22-year-old care worker from Pennsylvania. Riley Williams, who was one of a small number of women to have illegally entered the buildings during the Washington DC siege, attracted attention after she was filmed seemingly directing rioters “up the stairs, up the stairs”.
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Harrisburg woman accused of participating in Capitol riot arrested​

Jan 19, 2021

The U.S. Department of Justice says a woman wanted by the FBI, accused of participating in the Capitol riot and possibly even stealing Nancy Pelosi’s laptop has been arrested.

FBI arrests woman wanted in search for Nancy Pelosi’s stolen laptop​

 

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Harrisburg woman accused of participating in Capitol riot arrested​

Jan 19, 2021

The U.S. Department of Justice says a woman wanted by the FBI, accused of participating in the Capitol riot and possibly even stealing Nancy Pelosi’s laptop has been arrested.

FBI arrests woman wanted in search for Nancy Pelosi’s stolen laptop​

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Judge releases woman accused of stealing Pelosi’s laptop during the Capitol riot​

From CNN's Sonia Moghe

Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg via Getty Images

The woman accused of stealing a laptop from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office during the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol will be released, a federal judge ruled Thursday.

Riley Williams, 22, of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, is charged with violent entry or disorderly conduct, entering the restricted space of the Capitol, obstructing of impeding an official proceeding as well as aiding and abetting the stealing of government property. She was arrested Monday.

US Magistrate Judge Martin C. Carlson approved a bail package agreed upon by prosecutors and Williams’ attorney, telling Williams that while she is presumed innocent of the charges, her alleged actions during the insurrection were "antithetical" to Constitutional values.

"We know now that the mob failed and the Constitution prevailed. The Constitution prevailed … because Congress, stepping over the wreckage of its Capitol, met and confirmed with the Vice President of the United States the vote of the electoral college, setting the stage for the latest peaceful transition of power yesterday," Carlson said.

"You are being released today because the Constitution has prevailed. Because your counsel has fulfilled her Constitutional obligation. And because the United States is fulfilling its Constitutional duty to strike hard blows, but fair blows, in the pursuit of justice," Carlson continued. "So, I share that thought with you as you leave here today that your freedom – conditioned as it is by the orders that I’ve entered – is a result of the prevailing of the Constitution. The Constitution prevails here today. And the Constitution will always prevail in this country."

Williams will remain in home confinement with electronic monitoring and travel restrictions. She has been ordered not to communicate with possible co-defendants.

Prosecutors initially recommended Williams be kept in custody, in part, because they believed she had attempted to flee, after leaving her home and changing her phone number. But Williams’ attorney Lori Ulrich said in court Thursday that her client changed her number at the recommendation of local police after being threatened by an abusive ex-boyfriend. Ulrich said the ex-boyfriend is listed in court filings as the witness who made allegations including that Williams was at the Capitol.

"It is regrettable that Ms. Williams took the President’s bait and went inside the Capitol. However, based on our initial investigation and preparation for today, it is our position that the allegations surrounding the theft of Speaker Pelosi’s computer came in part from a former abusive boyfriend," Ulrich said. "He has threatened Ms. Williams in a number of ways…His accusations are overstated."

In an amended court filing, prosecutors allege that Williams appears to have filmed a gloved hand lifting a laptop off a table in the Capitol on Jan. 6.

"There is text across the video clip that reads: ‘they got the laptop.’ Given how loud Williams’ voice is, it seems likely that she was the one holding the cell phone camera," law enforcement wrote in an affidavit.
 

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Lawyer for 'QAnon Shaman' says Capitol rioter regrets being 'duped' by Trump​

Jacob Chansley's attorney said former President Trump "invited" his supporters to storm the Capitol.​


By Vandana Rambaran | Fox News


Rep. Stewart on publishers being pressured to ban Trump staff memoirs: ‘Un-American’

The lawyer for the so-called "QAnon Shaman" who stormed the U.S. Capitol shirtless and wearing a horned bearskin headdress said his client regrets being "duped" by former President Donald Trump, and that the former president "invited" his client and thousands of other supporters to the Capitol on Jan. 6.

Albert Watkins, the attorney for Jacob Anthony Chansley, did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment Saturday but told KSDK-TV that his client "regrets very, very much having not just been duped by the President, but by being in a position where he allowed that duping to put him in a position to make decisions he should not have made."

CAPITOL RIOTER ALLEGEDLY DRAGGED COP DOWN STAIRS, ATTEMPTED SUICIDE
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Watkins argued that Chansley was practically "invited" by Trump to the Capitol to protest the results of the presidential election and goaded by Trump's rhetoric to take extreme action to "Stop the Steal."

"Let's roll the tape. Let's roll the months of lies, and misrepresentations and horrific innuendo and hyperbolic speech by our president designed to inflame, enrage, motivate," Watkins told the news outlet.

"What's really curious is the reality that our president, as a matter of public record, invited these individuals, as President, to walk down to the Capitol with him," he added.

In the hours before the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol that left five people -- including a Capitol police officer -- dead, Trump held a "Stop the Steal" rally, encouraging his supporters to "fight" for the "stolen election."

MAN ACCUSED OF CARRYING TASER DURING CAPITOL ATTACK APPEARS IN COURT

Shortly after, insurrectionists stormed into the Capitol building and disrupted a joint session of Congress to certify the results of the election for now-President Biden.

Following the violent event, the FBI opened a massive investigation to round up participants in the siege.

Chansley is being held in an Arizona prison awaiting charges of disorderly conduct, violent entry and illegally being on restricted spaces within the Capitol grounds in Washington, D.C., according to authorities.

Watkins had previously pled with former President Trump to pardon Chansley before leaving office.

'QANON SHAMAN' CAPITOL RIOTER WANTS PARDON FROM TRUMP

Despite issuing dozens of pardons to his political allies and even to rapper Lil Wayne, Trump did not pardon anyone who stormed the Capitol earlier this month.

Watkins said he and Chansley were not "holding their breath" for a pardon but thought Trump would grant one as recognition for the loyalty of his supporters.

"The request was of extraordinary value in that it accorded Trump an opportunity to do what his followers believed would have been the 'honorable' thing to do," Watkins said.

"It would be appropriate and honorable for the president to pardon Mr. Chansley and other like-minded, peaceful individuals who accepted the president’s invitation with honorable intentions," he added.

Chansley's mother, Marth Chansley, told Fox News she has "no comment" at this time.

 

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Lawyer for 'QAnon Shaman' says Capitol rioter regrets being 'duped' by Trump​

Jacob Chansley's attorney said former President Trump "invited" his supporters to storm the Capitol.​


By Vandana Rambaran | Fox News


Rep. Stewart on publishers being pressured to ban Trump staff memoirs: ‘Un-American’

The lawyer for the so-called "QAnon Shaman" who stormed the U.S. Capitol shirtless and wearing a horned bearskin headdress said his client regrets being "duped" by former President Donald Trump, and that the former president "invited" his client and thousands of other supporters to the Capitol on Jan. 6.

Albert Watkins, the attorney for Jacob Anthony Chansley, did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment Saturday but told KSDK-TV that his client "regrets very, very much having not just been duped by the President, but by being in a position where he allowed that duping to put him in a position to make decisions he should not have made."

CAPITOL RIOTER ALLEGEDLY DRAGGED COP DOWN STAIRS, ATTEMPTED SUICIDE
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Watkins argued that Chansley was practically "invited" by Trump to the Capitol to protest the results of the presidential election and goaded by Trump's rhetoric to take extreme action to "Stop the Steal."

"Let's roll the tape. Let's roll the months of lies, and misrepresentations and horrific innuendo and hyperbolic speech by our president designed to inflame, enrage, motivate," Watkins told the news outlet.

"What's really curious is the reality that our president, as a matter of public record, invited these individuals, as President, to walk down to the Capitol with him," he added.

In the hours before the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol that left five people -- including a Capitol police officer -- dead, Trump held a "Stop the Steal" rally, encouraging his supporters to "fight" for the "stolen election."

MAN ACCUSED OF CARRYING TASER DURING CAPITOL ATTACK APPEARS IN COURT

Shortly after, insurrectionists stormed into the Capitol building and disrupted a joint session of Congress to certify the results of the election for now-President Biden.

Following the violent event, the FBI opened a massive investigation to round up participants in the siege.

Chansley is being held in an Arizona prison awaiting charges of disorderly conduct, violent entry and illegally being on restricted spaces within the Capitol grounds in Washington, D.C., according to authorities.

Watkins had previously pled with former President Trump to pardon Chansley before leaving office.

'QANON SHAMAN' CAPITOL RIOTER WANTS PARDON FROM TRUMP

Despite issuing dozens of pardons to his political allies and even to rapper Lil Wayne, Trump did not pardon anyone who stormed the Capitol earlier this month.

Watkins said he and Chansley were not "holding their breath" for a pardon but thought Trump would grant one as recognition for the loyalty of his supporters.

"The request was of extraordinary value in that it accorded Trump an opportunity to do what his followers believed would have been the 'honorable' thing to do," Watkins said.

"It would be appropriate and honorable for the president to pardon Mr. Chansley and other like-minded, peaceful individuals who accepted the president’s invitation with honorable intentions," he added.

Chansley's mother, Marth Chansley, told Fox News she has "no comment" at this time.


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彭斯的保安特勤应该是全副武装的,暴徒们如果没有枪,应该不会把他怎么样。但那对峙应该很精彩……
我也很想看热闹,川粉怎么绑架神棍。

最讨厌那个黑人警察
 

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Capitol Hill rioter 'QAnon Shaman' wants to testify against Trump, says lawyer​

Lawyer compares Trump mob to 'high school students being jazzed up by their coach before a big game'
CBC Radio · Posted: Jan 29, 2021 6:37 PM ET | Last Updated: 2 hours ago
 
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