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Who is Capitol Hill Looter (Pelosi’s lectern): Adam Johnson Biography, Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Family, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Fast Facts

Adam Johnson Biography — Wiki

Adam Johnson is identified as the looter who smiled for a photo as he made off with a lectern – a psychology graduate turned furniture maker from Bradenton, Florida. He is a stay-at-home dad to five children; his wife is a doctor, according to The Bradenton Herald.

Johnson has previously faced possession of marijuana and violation of probation charges, the paper reports.

Adam Johnson Age

Adam Johnson is 36 years old.

Adam Johnson booked after stealing Pelosi’s lectern in Capitol

Photos on his now-deleted social media accounts show him posing next to a sign reading ‘closed to all tours’ inside the building.  Johnson who was pictured inside the Capitol making off with a lectern appears to have removed his social media platforms in the aftermath of the siege.

Dozens of other Trump supporters involved in the violent siege that has resulted in the deaths of four people are yet to be identified.

Outside the chaos in the capital, another vocal Trump supporter Leigh Ann Luck, dressed up as the Statue of Liberty as she shouted in protest against Biden’s victory.

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What we know so far

The Capitol invader pictured dressed in fur pelts and a bulletproof vest Wednesday has been unmasked as a Brooklyn Supreme Court judge’s son while the rioter who stole Nancy Pelosi’s lectern is married to a doctor.

Dozens of those involved in the violent siege, labeled as ‘great patriots’ by the president are yet to be identified and the FBI is now asking for the helping in finding them, tweeting they are ‘accepting tips & digital media depicting rioting & violence in the U.S. Capitol Building & surrounding area on January 6, 2021.’

But some of those who took part have already been identified online as members of far-right groups, white nationalists, Neo-Nazis and supporters of conspiracy theory QAnon. Others who have also been named are from middle-class backgrounds.

They are from states all over the country including Arizona, Michigan, Georgia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Oregon.

At least 68 people were arrested and four died when the violent pro-Trump mob stormed the US Capitol. Most of those already arrested have been accused of curfew violations. Others face charges of carrying a pistol without a license.

Acting Attorney General Jeffery Rosen said: ‘The Department of Justice is committed to ensuring that those responsible for this attack on our Government and the rule of law face the full consequences of their actions under the law.’

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