FBI Arrests Another January 6th Protestor

(PresidentialInsider.com)- The FBI has detained a Marine Corps veteran suspected of attacking two policemen at the Capitol on January 6, 2021, and assisting rally-goers in breaching the Capitol’s doors.

According to reports, twenty-six-year-old Kaleb Dillard was arrested on felony counts of assaulting, obstructing, or hindering police enforcement authorities and interfering with a law enforcement officer during a civil disorder. Dillard was charged with six misdemeanors as well.

The Department of Justice claimed Dillard made his first appearance in the Northern District of Alabama U.S. District Court. Reports show the FBI identified Dillard as the man who allegedly threw a Capitol Police officer to the ground. During the Capitol turmoil, Dillard allegedly pushed another officer in the chest.

According to news reports, web sleuths identified Dillard upon reviewing the TV video from that day, and an unsealed FBI document indicated Dillard’s identity had been confirmed through Instagram.

An Instagram user recently asked Dillard if he was the man in a photograph from Jan. 6 allegedly showing Dillard inside the Capitol that day. According to court filings, Dillard responded, “Sure is.” In December 2021, federal investigators got data from Dillard’s Instagram account, including that specific Instagram conversation.

According to an official military photo of Dillard meeting with actor Mark Wahlberg in 2017, Dillard served as a combat cameraman with the Marines.

The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 turmoil is comprised of seven Democrats and two lame-duck Republicans, Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Rep. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois. They claim that then-President Donald Trump promoted an insurgency.

On the contrary, there are videos showing Trump encouraging voters to demonstrate “peacefully and patriotically” outside the Capitol.

No matter what happens with Kaleb Dillard, there is one party who will forever appear guilty to the public. And that is the FBI. And with good reason.