The Justice Department has charged at least 400 individuals in association with the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol. The 400 known respondents come from 43 states and Washington, DC.
The massive government request has included a few defendants about each day since the attack, and government prosecutors said in a recent court recording that they anticipate charging at least 500 people. There are hundreds of still-unidentified photos of agitators on the FBI's "most wanted" site, showing that the bounty of individuals who raged the Capitol hasn't been charged yet and that the unprecedented investigation proceeds.
The dangerous attack harmed more than 100 police officers, ended Congress' counting of the Electoral College votes for more than five hours. Which forced legislators into lockdown when pro-Trump rioters overran the US Capitol Police.
The Justice Department secured its first guilty plea from a rioter on April 16. A watershed moment within the probe when a heavy metal guitarist with ties to the Oath Keepers paramilitary organization pleaded guilty to two violations related to the Capitol insurrection.
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