USA The FBI examines the 25,000 soldiers of the National Guard in Washington for fear of "an attack from within"
Capitol Nancy Pelosi hints that there were "accomplices" in the assault among members of Congress
Assault The mob that took the Capitol wanted to "capture and assassinate" the legislators
A young woman who participated in the invasion of the United States Congress on January 6
stole a laptop belonging to the top Democratic legislator
of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, and hoped to sell it to a Russian spy agency, according to a
criminal complaint from the FBI
The lawsuit, filed Sunday night in United States District Court in Washington, seeks the arrest
of Pennsylvania resident
Riley June Williams
on grounds including
"violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds
seat of Congress in Washington.
For the moment, the authorities do not
know his whereabouts
Based on several photos and videos of the chaotic disturbances in the Capitol,
an FBI agent claimed that Williams was seen near the office of Pelosi
, the speaker of the House of Representatives.
A witness, identified in the court document only as
but who claimed to be "Riley June Williams's sentimental ex-partner," alleged that Riley June Williams
planned to send the laptop to a friend in Russia to sell to the foreign intelligence agency SVR
That sale "failed for unknown reasons, and Williams still has the computing device or destroyed it," the affidavit said.
It was unclear if a laptop belonging to Pelosi was actually stolen.
The FBI said it was continuing to investigate the matter
A crowd of supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump, encouraged by him, marched to the Capitol in Washington and invaded it when Congress was to certify the electoral victory of Democrat Joe Biden.
In the place there were violent clashes and
, including a policeman
, for which today Donald Trump faces a second impeachment trial in Congress for "inciting insurrection."
Congress remains closed before the
inauguration on Wednesday of Democrat Joe Biden
as president of the United States, an event that police say some far-right rioters threaten to prevent.
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