REPIBLIKEN yo tankou GNBIS yo ann AYITI,yo pa ka genyen ELEKSYON vremen LIB.
Sou PLAN NASYONAL OZETAZINI ,yo pa p ka jwenn plis ke mwatye POPILASYON an ki vote pou yo.Sa ap de plizanpli DIFISIL.
Pou premye fwa DRAPO REBEL KONFEDERASYON an te lan yon BATIMAN FEDERAL lan WASHINGTON jou ki te 6 JANVYE an.
Mesyedam PATIZAN TRUMP yo PISE ak KAKA lan BIRO DEPITE yo.
Pou GE SIVIL,pa mande pou sa;denye GE SIVIL ki te fet OZETAZINI ant 1860-65,te gen 1 MILYON MOUN ki te mouri sou yon POPILASYON de 36 MILYON.
Se DESANDAN moun ki te pedi GE SIVIL lan,ki te anvayi KAPITOL lan le 6 JANVYE.
Pou MOUN ki pa konnen e ki dwe konnen;DRAPO KONFEDERASYON an reprezente pou AMERIKEN NWA sa KWA GAME te REPREZANTE pou JWIF
A man who carried a Confederate flag into the Capitol has been arrested.
Jan. 14, 2021, 11:38 a.m. ET3 hours ago
3 hours ago
By Giulia McDonnell Nieto del Rio, Adam Goldman and Katie Benner
Kevin Seefried has been identified as having carried a Confederate flag into the Capitol during the siege last week.
Kevin Seefried has been identified as having carried a Confederate flag into the Capitol during the siege last week.Credit...Erin Schaff/The New York Times
A man who was photographed holding a Confederate battle flag inside the U.S. Capitol last week during the riot was arrested Thursday in Delaware, two law enforcement officials said. The man, Kevin Seefried, was wanted by the F.B.I., which had sought help from the public to identify him and had widely circulated a dispatch plastered with images of him.
In a bulletin, the agency said that it was looking for assistance to identify individuals “who made unlawful entry” into the Capitol, including the man with the Confederate flag, now identified by The New York Times as Mr. Seefried.
According to court documents, Mr. Seefried and his son, Hunter Seefried, were identified after the F.B.I. received a report from a co-worker of Hunter Seefried that said that the man had bragged about being in the Capitol with his father on January 6.
Mr. Seefried’s son was also charged.
The F.B.I. had received more than 126,000 photographic and video tips as of earlier this week, as agents also scrubbed airline passenger manifests and video of air travelers to and from Washington to find potential suspects. The top federal prosecutor in Washington said this week that he expected the number of people charged with crimes tied to the Capitol riot to rise into the hundreds.
On Wednesday, federal agents made more arrests in New York, Maryland, Texas and Florida, among them a firefighter from the town of Sanford, near Orlando.
A retired firefighter from Chester, Pa., was also arrested on Thursday after he was identified as the man seen in a video throwing a fire extinguisher at police officers during the riot. The man, Robert Sanford, is charged with assaulting a law enforcement officer engaged in the performance of official duties and civil disorder among other crimes.
Mr. Sanford went to the Capitol following “the president’s instructions,” a complaining witness told the F.B.I.
Giulia McDonnell Nieto del Rio is a national reporting fellow. She previously reported in her hometown of Los Angeles, as well as in New York City and Washington. @GiuliaMcDonnell
Adam Goldman reports on the F.B.I. from Washington and is a two-time Pulitzer