The suspect’s name is Riley June Williams, a lady from Pennsylvania who witnesses said could be seen in footage of the January 6 storm. A testimony published Sunday night at 9 p.m. KST shows Williams escaped. According to Harrisburg police officers, Williams’ mother said she packed her bag after returning home and said she would be away for a few weeks. Additionally, the mother says she has not received any information on Williams’ destination.
It is not yet clear whether the laptop was actually stolen. However, another witness – who turns out to be an ex-partner of Williams – saw a laptop or hard drive slip into his bag in the Williams video image. The same witnesses say Williams was planning to send the computer to a friend in Russia. This friend would then sell the laptop to Russian intelligence services.
However, that plan appears to have failed, according to the ex, whose name is unknown. Additionally, this person states that Williams still has the computer or has destroyed the device.
Riley June Williams’ father says he received nothing more from the possible laptop theft. As if it was a family outing, he traveled with his daughter to Washington for the protests, after which Williams visited other friends upon his arrival. After the historic assault on the heart of democracy, the two reunited and returned home.
For now, the missing Williams will only have to rely on the currently proven charges of entering a prohibited building and disrupting public order.
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