Texas-based Garret Miller faces five criminal charges arising from the Capitol Rebellion, including entering into crime and death threats. Miller allegedly tweeted “Assassinate AOC” according to court documents.
Prosecutors said in newly released court documents that before and during the attack, Miller posted extensively on social media that a “civil war may begin” and “the next time we bring the guns”.
According to the Justice Department, he was arrested on Wednesday. The federal prosecutor is asking a judge to keep him in jail pending trial, and a hearing is scheduled for Monday.
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