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Politics Mom Of 'Zip-Tie Guy' in Capitol Mob Is Arrested In Nashville

12:05  17 january  2021
12:05  17 january  2021 Source:   huffingtonpost.com

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An arrest affidavit says Eisenhart and her son Eric Munchel, who was arrested Sunday, agreed to enter the U.S. Capitol without lawful authority at the time when She will appear before a U.S. Magistrate Judge in Nashville on Tuesday. Munchel was arrested Sunday, January 10 in Nashville

of carrying zip ties in the U.S. Capitol building last week was arrested Saturday in Tennessee for also allegedly entering the Capitol building. "The footage eventually shows officers run past [Eisenhart] and [Munchel]; several members of the mob give chase. Right after they pass, [Eisenhart]

FBI agents on Saturday arrested the mother of one of the men who became known as “zip-tie guy” after authorities said he was videotaped in camouflage swinging plastic handcuffs inside the Capitol when it was stormed by rioters.

a group of people sitting in a chair: A man in camouflage swinging plastic hand restraints, identified by law enforcement authorities as Eric Munchel, jumps among lawmakers' seats in the Capitol after it was stormed Jan. 6. © Win McNamee via Getty Images A man in camouflage swinging plastic hand restraints, identified by law enforcement authorities as Eric Munchel, jumps among lawmakers' seats in the Capitol after it was stormed Jan. 6.

Lisa Eisenhart, a nurse from Georgia, was taken into custody in Nashville, and charged with her son, 30-year-old one-time bartender Eric Munchel, with federal conspiracy offenses.

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Mother, 57, is arrested days after she and her Nashville bartender son, 30, attended the Captiol riot together and he was seen carrying a stash of zip - ties . Lawmakers were forced to go into hiding for several hours as Capitol police grappled to take back control while the mob defecated in the Senate

Last Update 5 mins ago. Capitol ' zip ties ' suspect's mother arrested in Tennessee, charged with conspiracy. FBI Director Christopher Wray said Thursday that more than 100 people have already been arrested for their involvement in the Capitol riot.

Mom and son had booked a hotel room in the District of Columbia and stormed the Capitol together Jan. 6, said federal law enforcement authorities. Both were captured on surveillance footage on the Senate floor after the assault on the building, officials said.

“As the Congress was engaged in the official business of certifying the electoral college vote, Eisenhart and Munchel knowingly and willfully joined a mob of individuals to forcibly enter the U.S. Capitol with the intent to cause a civil disturbance designed to impede, disrupt, and disturb the orderly conduct of business by the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate,” said the criminal complaint against them.

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Or the guy that needed his mom to drive him and pay for his meals and sleep in the same room, or the old ass mom who The officer led the mob away from them. Well the guy in this specific post did wear a mask. But he did put way too much incriminating information on the internet, and apparently

Zip Tie Guy ’s Mom Says They’re the Real Heroes of the Capitol Riot. FAMILY TIES. “We picked them up to prevent them falling into hands of bad actors.” Munchel is currently in custody in Nashville . He faces charges of unlawful entry on restricted property and violent entry and disorderly conduct on

The complaint said Eisenhart and Munchel held plastic hand restraints as they joined a mob inside the Capitol that was pursuing two fleeing police officers.

Eisenhart praised her son to the press last week after he was arrested in Nashville.

Eisenhart claimed she and her son had no violent intentions, even though both wore bulletproof vests the day of the Capitol attack. Police allegedly recovered several guns at Munchel’s home when he was arrested.

Munchel compared the storming of the Capitol to the American Revolution in an interview with the London Sunday Times. Eisenhart told the newspaper that she’d “rather die as a 57-year-old woman than live under oppression.”

Munchel was initially charged 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.

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Totally Lives in Mom 's basement LOLZ.

Tennessee man accused of being ' zip tie guy ' pictured at Capitol riot arrested in Nashville . Daniel Connolly Sarah Macaraeg Cassandra Stephenson Travis His arrest follows extensive online efforts to identify the two men in photos carrying hand restraints in the Senate – one masked, one unmasked.

The number of people arrested in the attack on the Capitol continues to climb. Far-right media personality “Baked Alaska” was also arrested by the FBI Saturday for his involvement in the Capitol attack, authorities told The Associated Press.

This article originally appeared on HuffPost.

Capitol mob members could face more serious charges, prison time, as investigation unfolds .
With nearly 100 arrests and more charges, prosecutors are building a sprawling investigation from the Capitol riot last week.Nearly 100 people have been arrested so far for their roles in the attack carried out by thousands of President Donald Trump’s supporters or in unrest surrounding the Capitol that day. Many currently face lesser charges such as unlawful entry, disorderly conduct and defacing public property. Only a few have been accused of more serious crimes such as felony violations of the Riot Act.

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