He Attacked Cops At The Capitol Riot. Then He Went To Air Force Basic Training.

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Aiden Bilyard, known to online sleuths as #HarvardSweats, smashed a window in the Capitol and attacked law enforcement.

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Online spies known as Aiden Bilyard #HarvardSweats.
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NS FBI A supporter of the former president was arrested Donald Trump Who sprayed pepper spray on police, broke a window and entered the US Capitol before leaving for basic training for the US Air Force.


According to court records, Aiden Bilyard was arrested in Raleigh, North Carolina. He faces a number of charges, including felony civil disorder, assaulting officers with a dangerous weapon, destroying government property, entering and living in a prohibited building with a deadly or dangerous weapon, and having a deadly or dangerous weapon. with disorderly conduct, and many others. misconduct.

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after being recognized by Online Spies Working Under the Banner “Sedition Hunters” Who gave them the nickname #HarvardSweats, Bilyard was interviewed by the FBI back in August at Lackland Air Force Base near San Antonio, Texas.

“At the time, Billyard was attending basic training for the United States Air Force, but has since separated from the Air Force and moved back home to Carey, North Carolina,” the FBI special agent said in an affidavit. Wrote in an affidavit on Tuesday.

the FBI relied on the public Facebook Billiard’s mother’s post showing her wearing the same Harvard sweatshirt she wore to the Capital to help seal her case against Billiard. So did online spies, who noted their posts about Billyard enlisting in the US Air Force.

Billiard is not the first person with alleged military ties in connection with the Capital riot, nor the first person to enlist in the US military after participating in the January 6 attack. James Mault re-enlisted in the US Army Even after he was interviewed by the FBI, even after participating in the January 6 attack. In Billyard’s case, he left the Air Force in August following his FBI interview.

The FBI has made more than 650 arrests in connection with the January 6 attacks, roughly one fourth Out of the total number of persons engaged in chargeable criminal conduct on that day. The FBI is still looking for more than 350 individuals involved in the violence, including more than 250 members of the pro-Trump mob that attacked police.


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