Law & Crime reports:
Federal authorities on Thursday unsealed a criminal case against a defendant accused of playing a role in the Jan. 6, 2021 siege on the U.S. Capitol Complex — exactly one year to the day after the fateful event. James Wayne Brooks of Knoxville, Tenn., is accused of four counts.
A warrant indicates that Brooks was arrested Jan. 5, 2022. His Facebook page contained anti-Biden, anti-vaccine, anti-mask, anti–transgender, pro-Ashli Babbitt, and pro-Second Amendment material.
On June 27, 2021, he posted a picture of a hat which read, “I could shit a better president.” He also posted a statement suggesting Nancy Pelosi could face “the death penalty.”
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Man Who Served in U.S. Military, Praised Ashli Babbitt Online Now Faces Charges for Storming the Capitol on Jan. 6https://t.co/O2HGQoZDIE
— Law & Crime (@lawcrimenews) January 7, 2022
And another 1/6 case unsealed — James Wayne Brooks arrested in Tennessee yesterday. Wore a military-style vest to the insurrection with a comms radio on it. pic.twitter.com/vGyL1nx93V
— Alex Mallin (@alex_mallin) January 6, 2022