The lady who was arrested for stealing Nancy Pelosi‘s laptop computer throughout the U.S. Capitol home terrorist assault on Jan. 6 has been charged.
On Thursday, Riley June Williams, 22, was charged with stealing and promoting or disposing of Home Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s laptop laptop computer from Pelosi’s workplace on Jan. 6. Williams was additionally charged with resisting arrest, CNN stories.
The FBI says Williams took a video throughout the home terrorist assault, exhibiting Pelosi’s HP laptop computer on her desk in her workplace. Within the video, an official says Williams might be heard saying, “Dude, put on gloves.” A gloved hand then takes the laptop computer off the desk. The FBI says “Riley,” which is Williams’ identify on social media, gloated on social media that she’d taken Pelosi’s “hard drives.”
A tip supplied to prosecutors claimed Williams deliberate to ship the laptop computer to Russia. Williams claims the allegations “came in part from a former abusive boyfriend” who has “threatened” her.