Published: Wed, January 13, 2021

'Camp Auschwitz' Hoodie Guy Arrested Over Capitol Riot

'Camp Auschwitz' Hoodie Guy Arrested Over Capitol Riot

Robert Keith Packer, a resident of Virginia, became a figure of public infamy after he was spotted in the Capitol mob wearing a sweatshirt emblazoned with "Camp Auschwitz". The bottom of the sweatshirt also said "Work brings freedom", which is a translation of the phrase that was on concentration camp's gates. The official spoke on the condition of anonymity because the person was not authorized to release details of the case. "With Social media, issues are turned to psychological weapons and used to gather hatred in support of one side or the other".

"After arriving in Washington, D.C., the defendant sent a text that stated, 'I may wander over to the Mayor's office and put a 5.56 in her skull, FKG [expletive]", prosecutors wrote in a court filing seeking Meredith's detention pending trial.

A federal judge said Packer would be released promptly on a personal recognizance bond.

During his initial court appearance he was read his charges.

These charges were filed against Andrew Williams in the District of Columbia, according to an online court docket.

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Law enforcement has made a number of arrests in connection with the unrest at the Capitol, with numerous rioters having traveled from across the country to protest the electoral vote count that ultimately affirmed President-elect Joe Biden's victory.

The younger Mostofsky, before being identified as the judge's son, told the New York Post on Wednesday that he had stormed the Capitol because "the election was stolen".

According to court records, the Federal Bureau of Investigation issued the warrant Tuesday and Packer was arrested Wednesday.

Court records for Sweet show he faces similar counts as Packer does, including violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.

The criminal complaint against Sweet and five others described a scene in which a crowd of several dozen people were "making loud noises, and kicking chairs, throwing an unknown liquid substance at officers, and spraying an unknown substance at officers".


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