FBI agents arrest Doobie Smoker, alleged agitator who smoked marijuana on Capitol Hill (PHOTO)

FBI Agents Arrest Capitol Agitator Nicknamed “Doobie Smoker” Eduardo Nicolas Alvear González was seen while allegedly smoking...

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  • FBI Agents Arrest Capitol Agitator Nicknamed “Doobie Smoker”
  • Eduardo Nicolas Alvear González was seen while allegedly smoking marijuana
  • Currently Senate votes in trial against Donald Trump for the events of January 6

As the Senate votes on trial against Donald Trump, agents of the FBI arrest a Capitol agitator, Eduardo Nicolas Alvear González, nicknamed “Doobie Smoker”, because he allegedly smoked marijuana during the seizure of the legislative headquarters, reported the AP news agency and the portal abcnews.

According to a complaint criminal, the man was seen the day of the assault on the legislative headquarters and it is indicated that he was seen on video while lighting a drug cigarette while shouting the phrase: “It’s time to smoke weed here.”

The police authorities issued a preliminary report in which they indicate that the alleged involved In the violent events he was arrested at an apartment in Virginia Beach, authorities said.

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The official report indicates that Eduardo Nicolas Alvear González, nicknamed “Doobie Smoker”, is the man from California who was seen wearing pants of the American flag on the day of the assault on the Capitol.

The situation for the man is not easy, since several witnesses, in addition to a relative, have managed to identify him, this for legal purposes.

The 32-year-old is currently in police custody at the Western Tidewater Regional Jail in Suffolk.

Through another video titled “The Capitol Rotunda Doobie Smoker explains why he did it,” González was questioned about the reasons for smoking weed in the Capitol and answered “freedom.”

The FBI authorities who arrest “Doobie Smoker”, agitator of the Capitol, do not know so far, why the man was in Virginia, since he is originally from California.

The alleged suspect was scheduled for a remote hearing on Friday at the United States District Court in Norfolk.

US senators are about to vote on whether Donald Trump was responsible for inciting the horrific assault on Capitol Hill after a swift impeachment trial that exposed the violence and danger they ran, as well as the fragility of the tradition of a peaceful transition.

Barely a month after the deadly assault, the final arguments of the historic trial of the former president are ready for when senators meet in an unusual session on Saturday, all under the supervision of the National Guard, which continues to guard the iconic building.

The outcome of the quick, raw and emotional process is expected to reflect a nation divided over the former president and over the future of his brand in US politics.

“The important thing about this trial is that it is directed at Donald Trump to a certain extent, it is more directed at a president we even know in 20 years,” said Maine independent senator Angus King, weighing the direction of his vote.

The process, which lasted almost a week, has provided a grim and graphic account of the January 6 riots and its consequences for the country in a way that senators, many of whom had to flee to safety that day, they recognize that they continue to face each other.

Trump is expected to be acquitted in a 50% -divided Senate, a verdict that could have a major impact not only on his political career but also on the senators who vowed to deliver impartial justice as jurors when casting their vote.

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House prosecutors have alleged that Trump’s rallying cry to go to the Capitol and “fight” for his presidency as Congress met to certify Joe Biden’s election victory was part of an orchestrated pattern of violent rhetoric and false allegations that unleashed the mob. Five people were killed, including a participant in the assault who was shot by a police officer.

Defense attorneys responded in a brief three-hour speech on Friday, claiming that Trump’s words were not intended to incite violence and that the impeachment is nothing more than a “witch hunt” designed to prevent a reoccupation. The charge.

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