May 17, 2022

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Attack on the Capitol | Arrest of rioters in “Auschwitz” t-shirt

Attack on the Capitol |  Arrest of rioters in "Auschwitz" t-shirt

(Washington) The U.S. Federal Police (FBI) on Wednesday announced the arrest of rioters on Capitol Hill wearing a “Camp Auschwitz” T-shirt in reference to a Nazi extermination camp set up in Poland, whose images shocked the American Jewish community in the U.S. Congress after the violent intrusion.

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The FBI in Virginia has arrested Robert Keith Packer, who lives in Newport News in the neighboring state of Washington.

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Allegations of rioting, rioting and intrusion into the capital were leveled at the court, according to court documents.

Pictures of Robert Packer and his T-shirt, also read “Work may be free”, are a translation of a German phrase that transcends the doors of the Auschwitz concentration camp, provoking anger and resentment in society. Jewish community.

Auschwitz belonged to the vast concentration and concentration camp network set up by the Nazis to administer Adolf Hitler’s “Final Solution”. In Auschwitz alone, 1.1 million people were killed.

The FBI announced Wednesday that Douglas Allen Sweet, head of the Grimstead headquarters in Virginia, has arrested another suspect in the Jan. 6 attack on Capitol.

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