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A Sandy guy named John Sullivan took part in a U.S. pro-Trump protest. Capitol, which turned into a violent assault, was convicted that day for his suspected involvement.
John Earle Sullivan was charged federally on Wednesday with being on the restricted ground, civil disturbance, and “violent entry or disorderly conduct,” according to a lawsuit filed in the U.S. In the District of Columbia, District Court.
He is 25 years old.
Sullivan, who was picked up by police in Tooele County on Thursday and booked into the Tooele County Jail, was also given an arrest warrant.
Sullivan, a member of Insurgency USA, a social justice organization that considers itself anti-fascist and opposes police brutality, participated in a rally held outside the U.S. on Jan. 6 in Washington, D.C., by supporters of President Donald Trump. That Capitol. According to charging documents, the group “expressly stated that their purpose was to stop or disrupt” the certification of the Electoral College vote in the 2020 presidential election.
Sullivan is charged with accessing a limited building or location, “civil disorders,” and aggressive entry or disorderly activity.
An affidavit of probable cause for the arrest of Sullivan includes screen grabs from a video he shared online showing his whole trip from inside the Capitol building from inside the crowd of supporters of President Donald Trump. In part, the affidavit states:
After the crowd broke through the last barricade, and as SULLIVAN and the others approach the Capitol Building, SULLIVAN can be heard in the video saying at various points: ‘There are so many people. Let’s go. This s— is ours! F— yeah,’ ‘We accomplished this s—. We did this together. F— yeah! We are all a part of this history,’ and ‘Let’s burn this s— down.’
John Earle Sullivan Complai… by Alyssa Roberts