Law & Crime reports:
A Virginia man is facing several criminal charges after he allegedly admitted to an undercover federal agent that he stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 while dressed to look like an anti-fascist activist and discussed details about his own nascent militia group that had been casing Congress in the months following the riot, according to federal court documents.
In a criminal complaint unsealed Tuesday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, federal authorities revealed that an undercover FBI operative had developed a relationship with defendant Fi Duong following the Capitol siege, embedding himself in Duong’s militia-like group for several months.
Several pages of the FBI’s affidavit detail Duong’s alleged interest in Molotov cocktails, a phrase that appears more than a dozen times in the document.
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Man Who Joined ‘Fight for Trump’ Crowd at Capitol Siege Posed as Antifa, Discussed Molotov Cocktails With His Self-Styled Militia: Fedshttps://t.co/rSjnr5ch5h
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