Florida man arrested for attacking law enforcement during the Capitol Rebellion
A Florida man was arrested for attacking law enforcement during the Capitol Rebellion. The guy preferred to attack law enforcement officers with dangerous weapons. What he and those with him did was considered unacceptable. After the events, search warrants were issued to several people.
Barry Ramy of Plantation, Florida, has faced many different charges. The charges included attacking the police with a dangerous weapon, resisting the police, preventing them from carrying out their duties, engaging in civil unrest and physical violence.
Rami was captured in Plantation City. According to reports, his first trial will be held in the southern region of Florida. According to court records, Rami was among those who gathered illegally around the Capitol. But what they did was not limited to that.
The police were trying to prevent the rioters from going up from the bottom up. Rami was in the group trying to push the cops forward and up. On the other hand, the police had to make extra efforts to stop them.
Rami sprayed the policemen’s faces with orange pepper spray. Due to the spray effect from the police, they had visual impairment for a short time and were a little dumbfounded. The court requested additional information from the relevant authorities. It was decided that the FBI would conduct the investigation.
When the FBI expanded the scope of the investigation, it was revealed that Rami was the 329th wanted in connection with the events. All data collected in collaboration with the FBI Miami Field Office, the FBI in Washington, the Metropolitan Police Department, and the U.S. Capitol Police were carefully reviewed.
About 800 people were arrested in connection with the riots in the Capitol. Of these, 250 people have been accused of assaulting law enforcement and preventing them from doing their job. It is believed that the numbers could increase as all authorized institutions continue their investigations.
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