In an affidavit filed in federal court, a special agent with the US Capitol Police says that John Lallos was identified by a police officer from the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority when Ronald Reagan in the afternoon of January 8 from a Delta flight to Lolos in Washington Was kicked. National Airport. According to the crew, the crew had decided to move around while driving the taxi, as Lolos was “constantly screaming Trump 2020!”
According to the affidavit, the police officer, identified only as Officer Braddock, observed that Lolos had been rescued from the flight.
The affidavit states that Officer Braddock was alert to LOLOS’s activity and saw him returning to the gate by airplane, but did not detain or arrest LOLOS upon his return to the gate. “Delta booked a subsequent flight to LOLOS for its destination and LOLOS continued to wait at the gate.”
The affidavit states that Braddock was scrolling on his Instagram feed about 45 minutes later, when he saw a video showing rioters inside the Capitol Building. The agent said the video showed a man walking out of the Capitol door, and Braddock identified him as the same person he saw flying.
“During the video LOLOS can be seen exiting the US Capitol doorway, the same shirt he was wearing at the airport (at the same time) and a red ‘Trump 2020 Keep American Great Great’ flag in the United States. The flag was shouting together with the flag, shouting “We did, yes!” The agent wrote. According to the affidavit, the flags the agent saw in the video during the arrest were of Lolos’ property.
Braddock informed officers of the Capital Police Dignitory Protection Division – who were already at the airport on other assignments – about Lolos. He then contacted Lolos according to the affidavit, and, “informed Lolos that he was being detained and was not free to leave at that time.”
According to the affidavit, the special agent of the US Capitol Police arrested him.
Lolos has since been charged with knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted building without legal authority and making violent entry and disorderly conduct on the grounds of the Capitol on 6 January.
An attorney for Lolos was not listed in federal court records and CNN has been unable to contact Lolos for comment. CNN also reached out to Delta for comment, but has not yet received a response.