Doug Jensen, man seen chasing Capitol Hill cop, charged with federal crimes



An Iowa man, accused of chasing after a Capitol police officer through the lethal pro-Trump riots final week, has been charged with federal crimes, according to court documents.

Doug Jensen of Des Moines seems to be the person seen in movies posted to social media main a pack of Trump supporters chasing the cop up a flight of stairs.

In one video, posted to Twitter by Huffington Publish reporter Igor Bobic, Jensen may be seen sporting a black QAnon shirt and black cap as he ran after the cops by way of the Capitol halls, and finally operating into different law enforcement officials.

The 41-year-old Jensen has been charged with six federal crimes together with civil dysfunction, assaulting, resisting or impeding sure officers, coming into and remaining in a restricted constructing, disorderly and disruptive conduct, violent entry and disorderly conduct, in addition to parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol constructing.

On Thursday, the FBI released dozens of photos of President Trump supporters who invaded the US Capitol throughout a protest on Wednesday, which killed 5 individuals, together with a Capitol police officer and an Air Drive veteran.

Michael Sherwin, the U.S. legal professional for the District of Columbia, mentioned at a press convention Tuesday investigators have recognized a minimum of 170 individuals they consider have performed a job within the rebellion. Greater than 70 individuals have been charged and that quantity is anticipated to be increased, Sherwin mentioned.