Savannah-area activist charged in Jan. 6 riot after nearly two years

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A man who livestreamed his push inside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, and later gave an interview for an HBO documentary now faces federal charges nearly two years after the riot.

Dominic Box, a QAnon activist and election conspiracy theorist known for his activism in the Savannah area, made his initial court appearance on Thursday via teleconference in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., where he was charged with four misdemeanors related to his entry into the Capitol. Box currently lives in the Jacksonville area but works in Georgia.

Box’s Dec. 15 arrest, first reported by The Current, came 708 days after the Capitol riot and after federal investigators had arrested nearly 900 other defendants, many of whom were identified by online sleuths piecing together photos and social media posts to reveal accused rioters’ identities. Box provided no such challenge.

In court records supporting Box’s arrest, the FBI agent assigned to the case said Box’s participation was documented by “countless open source posts, photographs, and videos, including Box’s own Facebook livestreams of the events” which show him approaching the Capitol and his path inside.

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