A person who lifted his blouse all the way through the Capitol revolt has been arrested after investigators known his unique “KING JAMES” stomach tattoo, which took place to compare an outdated police reserving photograph.
James Burton McGrew used to be arrested Sunday in Glendale, Arizona, on fees that come with getting into limited grounds with out lawful authority, impeding executive trade, enticing in violence on limited grounds and obstructing regulation enforcement.
McGrew will also be noticed in social media and police frame digicam movies of the Jan. 6 rebellion each inside and outside the Capitol, together with within the Rotunda, an FBI agent asserted in an affidavit filed last week supporting a warrant for McGrew’s arrest.
In a single police bodycam video, McGrew lifted his blouse to wipe his eyes, striking the tummy tattoo on show, government mentioned. The “KING JAMES” stomach ink used to be on record from a reserving photograph from a 2012 arrest on unspecified fees.
McGrew aggressively faced law enforcement officials all the way through the Trump mob violence, shouting, “We’re coming in right here, whether or not you find it irresistible or no longer,” and “Battle with us, no longer in opposition to us,” the affidavit mentioned.
Within the Rotunda, McGrew lunged to strike a police officer all the way through the mob’s clashes with regulation enforcement, pictures incorporated within the FBI affidavit display. He’s accused of hanging police two times and seeking to take an officer’s baton.
A tipster known McGrew to the FBI an afternoon after the revolt. That particular person mentioned McGrew published he deliberate to go back and forth to Washington on Jan. 6 to “protest” the “stolen vote.” A 2nd particular person additionally contacted government after seeing McGrew in pictures, in step with the affidavit.
Greater than 400 defendants had been charged within the months following the Capitol assault. Masses extra arrests are most likely as government pore over guidelines and photographs from the revolt.
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