Proud Boys organizer Joe Biggs charged in Capital Riot


The complaint states, “Biggs informed the interviewing agent that the Capitol’s doors were open when he entered the building.” “Biggs denied having any knowledge of any pre-plan to storm the Capitol and did not know who had planned it.”

In one of the videos reviewed by the FBI, Biggs replies, “This is awesome!” After the complaint someone asked him what he had to say as people entered the Capitol. The agent, whose name was remade, also noted that Biggs showed a walkie-talkie style device, along with several other suspected Proud Boys members.

Biggs faces charges of obstructing, influencing or obstructing official proceedings; Intentionally entering a legitimate building without legal authority; To deliberately and deliberately engage in disorderly conduct to disrupt the Congress session.

He will appear in court tomorrow. It is not clear whether Biggs retained a lawyer.

Proud Boys leader Enrique Tario was arrested on January 4 and detained last month in a historic Black Church in Washington, DC, on suspicion of destruction of property to destroy a Black Lives Matter sign. It was set on fire after being signed. One of the oldest black churches in the city, Asbury United Methodist Church fell down.

Tario was arrested on entering the city just before March in support of President Donald Trump, which led to a mob attack on the Capitol. Tario received two high-capacity magazines and faced an additional gun charge.

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