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Is Brooklyn Supreme Court Judge’s Son Arrested: Aaron Mostofsky Biography, Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Family, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Fast Facts

Aaron Mostofsky Biography — Wiki

Aaron Mostofsky is identified as the son of Brooklyn Supreme Court judge Shlomo Mostofsky who was pictured Wednesday walking down the stairs outside the Senate Chamber dressed in fur pelts and a bullet-proof vest and carrying a wooden walking stick, Gothamist reports.

Mostofsky was seen walking just ahead of a man carrying the confederate flag.

He told The New York Post: ‘The election was stolen.’ He had refused to give the paper his name but said he found the riot shield on the floor. 

Aaron Mostofsky Age

Aaron Mostofsky’s age is still unknown.

Aaron Mostofsky booked during rioting in Capitol

Aaron Mostofsky, of New York City, has been named as one of the hundreds of rioters who ransacked the US Capitol in a deadly siege on Wednesday. His brother, Nachman Mostofsky, who also attended the rally but said he did not enter the Capitol building said his brother ‘did nothing illegal’ and ‘was pushed inside’.  

Dressed in fur pelts and a bulletproof vest, Mostofsky joined protesters who swarmed the halls of Congress, according to the Gothamist. He was pictured in widely circulated photographs while walking down the stairs outside the Senate Chamber in the bizarre outfit while also carrying a walking stick.

His brother, Nachman Mostofsky, is vice president of the South Brooklyn Conservative Club, and an elected district leader in the borough. He also attended the rally but said he left before the group entered the Capitol building.

What we know so far about Aaron Mostofsky

Aaron Mostofsky, who told the NY Post Wednesday he’d come to protest a “stolen election,” was holding a police riot shield as a mob of rioters swarmed the building Wednesday.

“We were cheated. I don’t think 75 million people voted for Trump — I think it was close to 85 million,” Mostofsky told the Post.

“I think certain states that have been red for a long time turned blue and were stolen, like New York.”

Shlomo Mostofsky couldn’t immediately be reached for comment Thursday.

But his sibling, Nachman Mostofsky, told the outlet: “My brother did nothing illegal…He definitely was not part of the riot.”

Like the vast majority of those who breached the capitol, Mostofsky was permitted to leave without arrest.

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