Virginia enterprise operator charged in Capitol attack

VIRGINIA Seashore, Va. — A Virginia Beach male has been charged and is now wanted for his alleged job in the January 6 Capitol riot.

According to court paperwork, the FBI has charged Jacob G. Hiles, a Virginia Beach front constitution captain for Matador Sport Fishing, with knowingly getting into or remaining in any restricted constructing or grounds with out lawful authority, knowingly, with intent to impede federal government organization or official features, participating in disorderly carry out on capitol grounds, and parading demonstrating, or picketing in the Capitol properties.

Court docket files say several pictures and movies were being posted to a Facebook account in the identify Jake Hiles that confirmed the male afterwards determined as Hiles participating in the unlawful riot.

The photos and videos involve “selfies” with some which includes geo-tags pinpointing the site of the article as “Capitol Hill” or “United States Capitol,” court files say.

The pics and films show a particular person, who the FBI has determined as Hiles, donning a ‘F*** Antifa’ sweatshirt on. The FBI interviewed a witness who claims they have regarded Hiles for over five many years, in accordance to courtroom paperwork.

On January 6, courtroom paperwork say one particular of the images posted on Fb was captioned, “Feelin cute…might commence a revolution later on, IDK – in Capitol Hill.”

According to a article to the Fb account, Hiles was tear gassed for an hour, then entered the U.S. Capitol Constructing, then adopted a trail of blood as he exited the U.S. Capitol Creating.

The expenses have been filed on Friday.

The riots, carried out by Trump supporters as Congress took ways to certify president-elect Joe Biden’s gain in the 2020 general election, still left five people today dead, like a Capitol law enforcement officer.