Feds Arrest 5 Members of Same Texas Family For Walking Through Capitol on Jan. 6 – Leaving Behind One Minor Child Alone and Parentless
Feds arrested five members of the same family, a father, mother and their three children on Tuesday for their participation in the January 6 Capitol protest.
Kristi Munn, Tom Munn, Dawn Munn, Josh Munn and Kayli Munn, described by federal prosecutors as a “nuclear family from Borger, Texas” are now each facing four federal charges for entering the Capitol building through a broken window.
The family brought a minor child with them into the Capitol, who is not being charged.
The unidentified minor is now without a family – no parents and no siblings because of a radicalized DOJ arresting and holding political prisoners.
According to the 34-page complaint filed Tuesday, the entire Munn family entered the Capitol through a broken window, took a brief tour, destroyed NOTHING and didn’t harm anyone.
The family literally touched nothing inside the Capitol but the feds arrested and charged them anyway.
The FBI says they received a tip that Kristi Munn was inside the Capitol from a person who took screenshots of the woman’s Facebook and Snapchat accounts.
The FBI also interviewed three of the Munn children’s teachers and obtained some of the private Facebook messages the Munn family had with their friends.
“The only damage to the capital building was several windows and sets of doors,” the father, Tom Munn wrote on Facebook. “Nothing inside the capital was damaged. I can tell you, patriots NEVER made it to the chamber. There was no violence in the capital building, the crowd was NOT out of control … they were ANGRY!!!”
According to ABC News, none of the members of the Munn family have entered plea deals.