Transcript for Nationwide manhunt underway for those involved in Capitol breach
There is now a nationwide manhunt under way for every rioter breaching the capitol building. Authorities making arrests. The FBI going through photos and videos. Many posted by the rioters themselves, allegedly showing them in the act. Many of their faces shown around the world. Hoo here's Kenneth Moton. Reporter: Tonight, new arrests for that mob of pro-trump rioters at the capitol. Jacob chansley, aka Jake Angeli, allegedly seen roaming the halls of the capitol with war paint, horns and a headdress, carrying a spear, taken into federal custody in Arizona. Charged with knowingly entering a restricted building, violent entry, and disorderly conduct. Adam Johnson of Florida charged with theft of government property after he was allegedly spotted carrying house speaker Nancy Pelosi's lectern. And Richard Barnett, who posed for pictures with his feet propped up on Pelosi's desk, turning himself in to authorities in Arkansas. Federal prosecutors charging him with theft of public money, property or records. The activities of those involved in the siege of our capitol were violent. They were destructive. Those actions cannot be tolerated, and those people must be held accountable. Reporter: Douglas Jensen from Des Moines also in custody, charged with picketing the capitol and obstructing a law enforcement officer during a civil disorder. According to local reports, he's the man front and center in this viral video of the crowd face-to-face with a capitol police officer. Trump! Trump! Reporter: Even a state lawmaker is in trouble. Derrick Evans is in the capitol! Reporter: A criminal complaint alleges newly elected West Virginia state delegate Derrick Evans was live-streaming as he entered the capitol. Tonight, Evans resigning, saying he takes full responsibility for his actions. Some rioters facing even more serious charges for the violent and deadly attack. Authorities still looking for this pipe bomb suspect. Alabama resident Lonnie Coffman, arrested Friday. D.C. Police say he was armed with a military-style semi-automatic rifle and 11 molotov cocktails. According to a complaint, Coffman later denied knowing anything about the bombs. Before the chaos, Donald Trump Jr. Posting this new deleted behind the scenes video of the trump rally watching the crowd. We fight like hell. If you don't fight like hell, you're not going to have a country anymore. Reporter: That rallying cry to supporters from president trump, his family, and allies like Rudy Guiliani. Let's have trial by combat! Reporter: Tonight, a senior justice department official says no incitement charges are expected against any of those speakers. Kenneth Moton joins us now from Washington. Kenneth, I know you have some new reporting on how members of congress will now be traveling because of what has occurred since the siege on the capital with senators and representatives being harassed and threatens? Reporter: We have learned capitol police will be teaming up with other authorities, including U.S. Air marshalls to provide protection for members of congress. The move coming after lawmakers like GOP senator Lindsey graham were confronted by screaming trump supporters at local airports, angry that congress certified Joe Biden's win after that siege. Tom? Kenneth Moton reporting from Washington. Great to have you on the show tonight.
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