A Chicago police officer, was arrested and charged on Friday for his alleged role in the January 6, the events at the U.S. Capitol, according to the city's chief of police.
According to him, the Chicago Police superintendent, David O. Brown, a 29-year-old employee of the Chicago Police Department, Carol J. McCarthy. Chvisyuk was arrested by the FBI, and the DPR at around 8 a.m. local time and charged with five misdemeanor violations of the law on Friday, including knowingly collect or stay in locked building, and the violence of the impact, or to disturb the peace of the Capitol.
Brown said the Chwesiuk was released by the police, on their authority, as of June 2, just for the federal government to inform the department on the investigation.
"The fact that a Chicago police officer has been accused of attacking American democracy, that makes my blood boil, makes me feel sick, and that the accusation is true, and it breaks my heart," Brown said.
"The participation of the Capitol, the siege, and, if anything, was a betrayal of everything that we stand for," Brown said. "Trust is hard to earn and easy to lose."
Prosecutors allege that the crime, which argues that Karl Chwisiuk, was among a group of people who were buried and damaged the offices of u.s. Senator Jeff Merkley, Democrat of Oregon.United states Attorney for the District of Columbia
Of the Grace of god, a lawyer for the Chwisyuk, and immediately asked for a response from NBC News for comment.
At a press conference on Friday, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, condemned the rioters.
"What happened to the 6th of January and it shocked me, because this is the place to be in the holy land, "Lightfoot said the Capitol, accusing the former President of the Donald Trump for inspiring" the lies," not to admit that he was defeated."
"CPDs should be, and will always hold the officers accountable for their actions, both on-and off-duty, this time will be different," Lightfoot said.
According to the criminal complaint, the Chvesyuk the expected role of each is determined that the use of the mobile Internet, records, and as part of a "trial period"."
After some Google-account was pinged from the Capitol on January 6, federal investigators concluded, " in a web search for open resources has identified the defendant, an employee of the Chicago Police department."
The note contained an e-mail from the organizers to Stop the Stealing, geolocation data, which show that car travel, Chicago and Washington, dc, and the observed physical location indicate that the suspect was at the Capitol with the insurgents.
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Report, there were selfies are said to have taken the Choesyuk inside the Capitol. He was said to have been about 36 of the messages and photos, while on the inside of the property.