Federal prosecutors have obtained a conspiracy indictment against 6 men who self identify as “Three Percenters” or “California Patriots” over the riot on January 6.
Only one out of the six men is accused of entering the Capitol building (through a broken window) on January 6.
The other five men remained outside on the Capitol’s upper west terrace.
The indictment (8 counts total) was returned by a grand jury in Washington this week and made public on Thursday.
The charges include conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding, obstruction of an official proceeding and aiding and abetting, obstruction of law enforcement during civil disorder and aiding and abetting, entering and remaining in restricted building or grounds.
Two of the men indicted, Alan Hostetter and Russell Taylor, of Orange County were admonished for organizing a Virginia for Trump rally held outside the Supreme Court on Jan.5.
The indictment also suggested Hostetter was dangerous because he founded the American Phoenix Project