FBI Arrests Capitol Rioter With The Help Of The ‘F**k You’ Tattoo On His Middle Finger

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Justin Jersey, better known as “Fingerman”, was one of the initial suspects sought by online investigators investigating a Trump supporter who attacked police.

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Capitol rioter known as “Fingerman” was arrested in Michigan on Thursday.
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NS FBI is arrested Donald Trump Michigan supporter Joe was captured on video attacking law enforcement officers at the US Capitol on January 6 and whose identity was confirmed with the help of a “Fuck You” tattoo on the middle finger of his left hand.


Justin Jersey of Michigan, who was number 106 on the FBI’s Capital Wanted page and known online as “sedition hunters”, was indicted for his role in the Capitol attack. The authorities arrested him on Thursday and he is being kept for hearing before the DC judge. At the moment, a court-appointed attorney in Detroit is representing him.

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One of the civilian officers who helped identify Jersey reported that his identity was sent to the FBI in August, when the bureau circulated a video of officers attacking Jersey and asked the public to help identify him. asked for

Jersey was friends with another Capitol riot defendant, Trevor Brown, and Jersey’s girlfriend publicly tagged the two men in a post on Jan. Facebook, Online investigators found an Instagram image of Jersey showing what appeared to be a “Fuck You” tattoo on his left middle finger – which can also be seen in his images swinging a stick at officers – about the identity Eliminating any doubts.

According to a court filing, Jersey is accused of using dangerous weapons, assaulting, resisting or obstructing certain officers; civil disorder; entering and living in a restricted building or grounds; disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building or grounds; engaging in physical violence in a restricted building or grounds; and violent entry into the Capitol Building or grounds and disorderly conduct. Jersey’s arrest was first reported by Detroit News,

Jersey was indicted in an encroachment indictment that names January 6 defendants who have already been charged: Logan James Barnhart; Michael John Lopatik Sr.; Ronald Colton Maccabi; Clayton Ray Mullins; Jeffrey Sabol; Peter Francis Stager, and Jack Wade Whitten, along with another defendant, whose name has been modified.

The FBI has made more than 675 arrests in connection with the January 6 attack, representing nearly one-quarter of the total number of people involved in chargeable criminal activity that day, either by entering or outside the US Capitol. are involved in.


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