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DIY-HP-LED

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Feds Charge Man Who Bragged to Mom as He Stormed Capitol in Gladiator Costume (yahoo.com)

Feds Charge Man Who Bragged to Mom as He Stormed Capitol in Gladiator Costume

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An Arizona man is facing charges after storming the U.S. Capitol in a Roman gladiator costume—and documenting the siege in a series of narrated videos for his mom, prosecutors allege.

Nathan Wayne Entrekin, from Cottonwood, has been charged with two misdemeanors, including violent entry on Capitol grounds, for his role in the Jan. 6 siege. Prosecutors allege that after driving 2,200 miles from Arizona to Washington D.C. to answer Trump’s call to fight against the results of the 2020 election, he stormed the Capitol in a gladiator costume he brought online—complete with a wooden dowl—and documented the siege in several videos.

“This is our house! Wow, Mom. I wish you were here with me. It’s really exciting in here. It’s joyful and it’s sad at the same time. We can’t let Biden...to be our president. We can’t...there’s no way,” Entrekin says in one video, according to a criminal complaint unsealed on Thursday. Entrekin’s arrest was first reported by HuffPost.


Capitol Rioter’s Lawyer Argues a Slap on the Wrist Would ‘Heal’ the Nation

The complaint says that Entrekin wore the costume to portray Captain Moroni, a figure from the Book of Mormon, a sacred text of the Latter Day Saint movement. In the text, Moroni “sought to defend the liberties of his people—the Nephites—from another group—the Amalickiahites—that wanted to overthrow democracy and install a king,” the complaint says.

In a February interview with the FBI, Entrekin admitted to police he entered the Capitol about an hour after the building was first breached and that he meticulously documented his experience inside in several videos.

Entrekin “appears to have made the videos for his mother—with whom he lives in Cottonwood, AZ—as he often speaks directly to her during the recording,” the complaint states.

“I’m here, Mom!” Entrekin said in one video, according to the complaint. “This is my flag!”
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hanimmal

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Feds Charge Man Who Bragged to Mom as He Stormed Capitol in Gladiator Costume (yahoo.com)

Feds Charge Man Who Bragged to Mom as He Stormed Capitol in Gladiator Costume

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An Arizona man is facing charges after storming the U.S. Capitol in a Roman gladiator costume—and documenting the siege in a series of narrated videos for his mom, prosecutors allege.

Nathan Wayne Entrekin, from Cottonwood, has been charged with two misdemeanors, including violent entry on Capitol grounds, for his role in the Jan. 6 siege. Prosecutors allege that after driving 2,200 miles from Arizona to Washington D.C. to answer Trump’s call to fight against the results of the 2020 election, he stormed the Capitol in a gladiator costume he brought online—complete with a wooden dowl—and documented the siege in several videos.

“This is our house! Wow, Mom. I wish you were here with me. It’s really exciting in here. It’s joyful and it’s sad at the same time. We can’t let Biden...to be our president. We can’t...there’s no way,” Entrekin says in one video, according to a criminal complaint unsealed on Thursday. Entrekin’s arrest was first reported by HuffPost.


Capitol Rioter’s Lawyer Argues a Slap on the Wrist Would ‘Heal’ the Nation

The complaint says that Entrekin wore the costume to portray Captain Moroni, a figure from the Book of Mormon, a sacred text of the Latter Day Saint movement. In the text, Moroni “sought to defend the liberties of his people—the Nephites—from another group—the Amalickiahites—that wanted to overthrow democracy and install a king,” the complaint says.

In a February interview with the FBI, Entrekin admitted to police he entered the Capitol about an hour after the building was first breached and that he meticulously documented his experience inside in several videos.

Entrekin “appears to have made the videos for his mother—with whom he lives in Cottonwood, AZ—as he often speaks directly to her during the recording,” the complaint states.

“I’m here, Mom!” Entrekin said in one video, according to the complaint. “This is my flag!”
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I can't help but think about all those people in life who take the fall for someone else taking advantage of them because they were left vulnerable by our society.

 

DIY-HP-LED

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Trump fan went to 'protest' Democratic event in rural Texas -- and almost immediately began assaulting people: police - Raw Story - Celebrating 17 Years of Independent Journalism

Trump fan went to 'protest' Democratic event in rural Texas -- and almost immediately began assaulting people: police

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On Monday, DailyTrib.com reported that a Trump supporter was arrested on charges of assault and resisting arrest following an incident at a rally for rural Democrats in Marble Falls, Texas, a small community northwest of Austin.


According to the report, the incident started when Reynol P. Gray came to the Turn Rural Texas Blue Rally to protest, and things escalated.

"The rally, hosted by local Democratic clubs, featured speeches by Democratic lieutenant governor candidate Mike Collier, state Democratic Party Chair Gilberto Hinojosa, and others," reported Brigid Cooley. "Police were called to the rally after Gray began yelling profanities at event speakers and made his way toward the pavilion stage."

Marble Falls Police Sgt. Cory Munoz, who responded to the incident, wrote in an affidavit that when he arrived on the scene, he saw Gray covered in "Trump attire" and in conflict with a man whom he described as "defending himself." "
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schuylaar

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Feds Charge Man Who Bragged to Mom as He Stormed Capitol in Gladiator Costume (yahoo.com)

Feds Charge Man Who Bragged to Mom as He Stormed Capitol in Gladiator Costume

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An Arizona man is facing charges after storming the U.S. Capitol in a Roman gladiator costume—and documenting the siege in a series of narrated videos for his mom, prosecutors allege.

Nathan Wayne Entrekin, from Cottonwood, has been charged with two misdemeanors, including violent entry on Capitol grounds, for his role in the Jan. 6 siege. Prosecutors allege that after driving 2,200 miles from Arizona to Washington D.C. to answer Trump’s call to fight against the results of the 2020 election, he stormed the Capitol in a gladiator costume he brought online—complete with a wooden dowl—and documented the siege in several videos.

“This is our house! Wow, Mom. I wish you were here with me. It’s really exciting in here. It’s joyful and it’s sad at the same time. We can’t let Biden...to be our president. We can’t...there’s no way,” Entrekin says in one video, according to a criminal complaint unsealed on Thursday. Entrekin’s arrest was first reported by HuffPost.


Capitol Rioter’s Lawyer Argues a Slap on the Wrist Would ‘Heal’ the Nation

The complaint says that Entrekin wore the costume to portray Captain Moroni, a figure from the Book of Mormon, a sacred text of the Latter Day Saint movement. In the text, Moroni “sought to defend the liberties of his people—the Nephites—from another group—the Amalickiahites—that wanted to overthrow democracy and install a king,” the complaint says.

In a February interview with the FBI, Entrekin admitted to police he entered the Capitol about an hour after the building was first breached and that he meticulously documented his experience inside in several videos.

Entrekin “appears to have made the videos for his mother—with whom he lives in Cottonwood, AZ—as he often speaks directly to her during the recording,” the complaint states.

“I’m here, Mom!” Entrekin said in one video, according to the complaint. “This is my flag!”
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there will be more.
 

mooray

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Anyone else notice how many of these incels still live with their parents or are unemployed with a working wife.
They've created this machine where, destroying the american dream via corporate favoritism, is profitable and also gains an intense loyalty via desperation.
 

hanimmal

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Anyone else notice how many of these incels still live with their parents or are unemployed with a working wife.
It is pretty weird when you really think about it.

Isn't the goal of middle class lifestyle to have one person be able to support their families?

If you consider that half the population is women, it would make sense that as our society gets more equitable that more men would be the ones that makes the most sense to stay home and June Cleaver it up. It is just hard for guys to admit it after, shit, all human existence I would bet.

They've created this machine where, destroying the american dream via corporate favoritism, is profitable and also gains an intense loyalty via desperation.
Is it only/mainly desperation? Couldn't it basically be any emotional strings that someone could find out about someone and then tug the shit out of them.
 

mooray

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Yeah no doubt there are many paths to crazytown. All you gotta do is play on the hate/fear...they're killing babies, coming for your guns, forced you to blow that teenage transient in the walmart bathroom yesterday, all your basic republican storylines.
 

DIY-HP-LED

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The Russians build good fighters, but how many can a country with an economy smaller than Italy's build? They tend to overhype and oversell their weapons systems, they even post YouTube GGI videos of scary fantasy systems, that are just concepts without substance.

 

HGCC

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I can't help but think about all those people in life who take the fall for someone else taking advantage of them because they were left vulnerable by our society.

Jeeze captain buzzkill, can't we just mock trumpers in peace. bongsmilie:rolleyes:

Incels are a crazy weird dangerous group, I sure like to make fun of them though.
 

rkymtnman

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dude on the left will make friends in prison fast
 

DIY-HP-LED

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Bumble match turns in January 6 suspect who allegedly whipped police
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Yet another US Capitol suspect was caught this week, all thanks to his Bumble match.

Prosecutors say Andrew Taake of Texas used the dating app Bumble while in Washington on January 6. The match asked if he was near the Capitol and he said he was there “from the very beginning.” He sent several selfies and claimed that he spent 30 minutes in the building.

Within days, the match turned him in to the FBI, prosecutors said Friday in new court filings.

Screenshots of their Bumble chat show that Taake told the match he was “peacefully standing there” at the Capitol. But prosecutors say he was involved in two violent attacks against police who were defending the building. Footage from the front lines shows Taake using pepper spray against the police line and later striking police with a metal whip, according to court filings.

He has been charged with several federal crimes, including felony assault on a police officer, civil disorder and obstruction of congressional proceedings. He hasn’t yet entered a plea.

He’s now the second known Capitol defendant who was arrested because of online dating gone awry. A man from New York was charged in April after a Bumble match turned him in.

Taake’s dating profile said he’s the owner of a power washing company in Houston, according to one of the screenshots.
 
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