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Aaron Mostofsky, dressed in fur pelts and a bullet proof vest, stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6
Prosecutors clarified the timeline of James' alleged movements before and after the attack
Officials say Ralph Joseph Celetano III of Broad Channel pushed an officer off a ledge with a "football-type tackle" during the riots in Washington, D.C.
Manhattan DA Cy Vance said that the conspiracy to cover up the truth of the civil rights leader's murder went all the way to J. Edgar Hoover.
The FBI descended on the Lower Manhattan office of the NYPD union on Tuesday morning as part of an "ongoing investigation," according to an agency spokesperson.
The report found the state's rising 2020 homicide rate of 4.2 per 100,000, up from 2.9, coincided with an upward trajectory across the country.
The plumber shared photos and videos from inside the U.S. Capitol building on Instagram, according to prosecutors.
The journalist, who is from Iran, said she would continue with her writing that is critical of the Iranian government.
Angel Pereda allegedly forged ownership papers to prove the authenticity of several pieces of art by Haring and Basquiat which he hoped to sell for millions of dollars, law enforcement said.
An undercover police officer at the time confessed he took part in the conspiracy.
Christopher Ortiz, 27, was arrested at his parents home in Huntington, Long Island after allegedly filming his participation in the January 6th insurrection.
"They can't arrest us all man," Samuel Fisher wrote before storming the U.S. Capitol on January 6th, according to the federal affidavit.
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