•   
  •   

World Larry Rendall Brock, Capitol Rioter Holding Zip Ties, Arrested In Texas

13:20  11 january  2021
13:20  11 january  2021 Source:   newsweek.com

‘Rush the Police, Hog Tie Them’: Inside the Far-Right’s Zip-Tie Fetish

  ‘Rush the Police, Hog Tie Them’: Inside the Far-Right’s Zip-Tie Fetish The pictures of MAGA mob members toting zip ties and flex cuffs on the Senate floor sent chills down the country’s spine as Americans wondered what use the rioters had planned for them. It’s unclear why the men dressed in military-style gear were carrying the restraints—whether they planned to use them on members of Congress, police, or counterprotesters. Accused rioters Eric Munchel and Larry Rendall Brock Jr. will now have to answer to a federal court about why they were in the Senate bearing plastic cuffs.

Larry Rendall Brock is an Air Force vet from Texas who was on the Senate floor during the chaos. As for the zip ties , he said he found them in the building and was holding them to return to the cops. As we reported at least 2 men inside the Capitol had zip ties , which are substitutes for handcuffs.

Larry Rendall Brock , Jr., an Air Force Academy graduate and combat veteran from Texas , was seen in photos and videos roaming around the Capitol John Scott-Railton, a senior researcher at Citizen Lab, at the University of Toronto, tweeted Friday another rioter carrying zip - ties had been identified

Larry Rendall Brock Jr., a decorated Air Force combat veteran who was photographed holding zip ties in the Senate chamber during the riot at the U.S. Capitol this week, has been arrested and charged.

a group of people standing around a table: A man in tactical gear—identified by The New Yorker as retired Lieutenant Colonel Larry Rendall Brock Jr.—is seen holding cable ties on the floor of the Senate Chamber in Washington, DC. on January 06, 2021. © Getty/Win McNamee A man in tactical gear—identified by The New Yorker as retired Lieutenant Colonel Larry Rendall Brock Jr.—is seen holding cable ties on the floor of the Senate Chamber in Washington, DC. on January 06, 2021.

Brock, was arrested in Texas on Sunday and charged in federal court in the District of Columbia with one count of knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority and one count of violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds, according to the Department of Justice (DOJ).

The last time a mob stormed the Capitol was during the War of 1812. Here's what happened when the British invaded Washington.

  The last time a mob stormed the Capitol was during the War of 1812. Here's what happened when the British invaded Washington. A pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol building on Wednesday in a riot that left four people dead. It was the first mass breach of the Capitol since the War of 1812. On August 24, 1814, British forces invaded Washington, DC, and burned the Capitol and the White House. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Pro-Trump rioters stormed the US Capitol on Wednesday, forcing members of Congress to evacuate a joint session certifying the results of the 2020 presidential election.

Larry Rendell Brock , of Texas , was arrested with one count of knowingly entering a restricted building and one count of violent entry and disorderly Some rioters , for instance, were photographed carrying zip ties , a plastic version of handcuffs, and one man was arrested on suspicion of carrying a pistol on

Two men photographed in the Senate chamber holding zip ties have now been charged in connection with Wednesday’s attack on the U.S Larry Rendall Brock Jr., an Air Force veteran seen brandishing zip tie handcuffs during the pro-Trump siege at the U.S. Capitol , was arrested Sunday in Texas .

Brock was allegedly identified as one of the individuals who unlawfully entered the Capitol building on Wednesday "wearing a green helmet, green tactical vest with patches, black and camo jacket, and beige pants holding a white flex cuff, which is used by law enforcement to restrain and/or detain subjects," the DOJ said in a news release.

The Dallas Morning News reported that an arrest warrant affidavit said a caller who identified herself as Brock's ex-wife identified him in photos taken during Wednesday's riot. The affidavit said she had recognized his helmet, pants and patches from his military service.

Brock confirmed his involvement in breaching the Capitol to The New Yorker on Friday.

The magazine identified him thanks to the efforts of John Scott-Railton, a senior researcher at Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto's Munk School. Brock, a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel, told journalist Ronan Farrow that he regretted holding the zip ties, claiming he picked them off the floor and intended to give them to a police officer, but forgot.

The FBI is keeping a close eye on far-right groups like Proud Boys, Three Percenters, and the Oath Keepers as it determines whether extremist groups planned the Capitol siege in advance

  The FBI is keeping a close eye on far-right groups like Proud Boys, Three Percenters, and the Oath Keepers as it determines whether extremist groups planned the Capitol siege in advance Law enforcement are taking a closer look at how extremist groups may have organised violence ahead of the Capitol insurrection. Members of the Proud Boys, Three Percenters, and The Oath Keepers are among those who have been arrested on charges that they participated in the riots. The US Attorney for DC said that that determining the level of planning done by groups like these is a top priority for investigators. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

A rioter photographed holding zip - tie handcuffs during the US Capitol siege has been identified as a decorated Air Force veteran from Texas , the New The man is Larry Rendall Brock Jr., a retired lieutenant colonel who had grown increasingly radical in recent years, according to the magazine.

Brock was arrested Sunday in Texas and faces the same charges. Federal authorities have arrested and charged several participants in the storming of the Capitol who featured prominently in the news last week—including a man photographed shirtless with a painted face and buffalo horns, a

According to the report, Brock graduated from the Air Force Academy in 1989 and was was attached to the 706th Fighter Squadron.

He retired in 2014 and worked for Hillwood Airways, a Texas-based luxury charter airline launched by businessman Ross Perot Jr.

Hillwood Airways confirmed to the Dallas Morning News that Brock no longer works at the company, but declined to elaborate on why he was no longer employed. The company has been contacted for additional comment.

In his interview with The New Yorker, Brock cited baseless claims of voter fraud in the 2020 election and told Farrow he went to Washington, D.C. to protest peacefully because "the President asked for his supporters to be there to attend, and I felt like it was important, because of how much I love this country, to actually be there."

He claimed he wore tactical gear because he "didn't want to get stabbed or hurt" by "BLM or Antifa."

Larry King, 87, 'is in Los Angeles hospital with COVID-19'

  Larry King, 87, 'is in Los Angeles hospital with COVID-19' Larry King, the 87-year-old broadcasting legend best known for his long-running guest interview show on CNN, has been diagnosed with COVID-19, it has been reported. The former Larry King Live host has been hospitalized in Los Angeles, according to Roger Friedman’s Showbiz 411. DailyMail.com has sought comment from King's publicist. Southern California has been the site of one of the country’s worst coronavirus case surges.

Larry Rendall Brock Jr., an Air Force veteran seen brandishing zip tie handcuffs during the pro-Trump siege at the U.S. Capitol , was arrested Sunday As investigators seek to identify rioters who stormed the U.S. Capitol , police departments in Virginia and Washington state have placed officers on leave

Retired Lieutenant Colonel Larry Rendall Brock Jr., was among the violent mob of Donald Trump supporters who stormed the US Capitol Wednesday in a riot that left five including one police officer dead.

Brock also claimed he had found the zip ties he was pictured holding on the floor, and said he regretting holding them.

"I wish I had not picked those up," he told Farrow. "My thought process there was I would pick them up and give them to an officer when I see one."

He added: "I didn't do that because I had put them in my coat, and I honestly forgot about them."

Brock denied entering House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office. Footage from U.K. broadcaster ITV News showed Brock standing by a wall near Pelosi's office and also captured a moment where he appeared to exit her office.

But he said he had "stopped five to ten feet ahead of the sign" showing Pelosi's name.

Eric Gavelek Munchel, of Tennessee, photographed with plastic restraints inside the Capitol, was also arrested by the FBI on Sunday.

Related Articles

  • Larry Rendall Brock Jr., Senate Rioter in Tactical Gear, Says He Regrets Holding Zip Ties
  • West Virginia Delegate Who Joined D.C. Capitol Riot Resigns Amid Pressure, Federal Charges
  • Adam Johnson, Seen With Nancy Pelosi's Lectern in Capitol Riot, Arrested in Florida
  • Jake Angeli, Shirtless Horned-Hat Rioter, Tells FBI He Joined Capitol Riot 'at the Request of the President'

Start your unlimited Newsweek trial

Axe Body Spray Condemns Capitol Rioters—We're Only One Week into 2021 .
The trash left behind by the Capitol rioters on Wednesday included a single can of AXE Marine body spray.On Wednesday, a violent mob made up of supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol building in an attempt to overthrow the 2020 election results.

usr: 3
This is interesting!