A 41-year-old Iowa man was arrested Saturday on fees he was a part of Trump-supporting mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol constructing Wednesday.
Doug Jensen of Des Moines seems to be the person who was on the entrance of a crowd that entered the Capitol and chased a black police officer up a flight of stairs in a number of movies of the riot, together with one posted by HuffPost reporter Igor Bobic.
Jensen was sporting a black Q-Anon T-shirt and black cap as he pursued the officer up the steps and right into a lobby, the place different officers joined in confronting the intruders. His face appeared in a photograph array launched by the FBI on Thursday.
In a now-deleted TikTok video, posted Thursday below the username @dougjensen, a person who seems to be Jensen recommended he was being made a “poster boy” for what occurred and ends by saying, “Don’t imagine the information,” The Related Press reported.
He was booked early Saturday on 5 federal fees, together with trespassing and disorderly conduct counts, in line with a information releases from the FBI’s subject workplace in Omaha, Nebraska and the Polk County sheriff’s workplace.
Jensen posted a number of pictures of himself collaborating within the invasion, in line with the Des Moines Register. He additionally posted pictures replying to different accounts related to the Q-Anon conspiracy neighborhood on social media, asking in the event that they appreciated his shirt.
Jensen was amongst a number of different rioters arrested within the final two days.