Leading members of the far-right gang known as the Proud Boys are facing federal conspiracy charges in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Ahead of the riot, members of the group called for "war."
Four men described as leaders of the far-right Proud Boys have been charged in the U.S.
Police have arrested a Winston-Salem man for his alleged role in the insurrection at the U.S.
A federal court filing details how Ethan Nordean allegedly recruited members and raised money ahead of the Jan. 6 attack, which prosecutors say he helped coordinate and lead.
The Justice Department also announced said that two men associated with the Boogaloo Bois had been arrested in Kentucky for offenses there.
A Seattle judge on Monday ruled that Ethan Nordean could be released on bond but halted the decision, so the Justice Department could appeal. Nordean will stay in custody by order of another judge.
The record shows at least eight months of incendiary statements from then-President Trump and others close to him leading up to the insurrection at the Capitol.
After the president addressed the crowd gathered to protest President-elect Joe Biden's win, Trump supporters pushed past barriers onto the Capitol grounds.
Enrique Tarrio was arrested on Monday shortly after arriving in D.C., where Trump supporters are gathering to protest the official certification of the Electoral College ballots on Wednesday.