Man wearing 'Camp Auschwitz' shirt is arrested after he was photographed at US Capitol riots

The rioter is among more than 100 people who have been arrested in relation to the violent demonstrations.

14/01/2021 2:08:00 AM

A man wearing a 'Camp Auschwitz' t-shirt is among more than 100 people who have been arrested in relation to last week's riot at the US Capitol.

The rioter is among more than 100 people who have been arrested in relation to the violent demonstrations.

Share on TwitterA man wearing a"Camp Auschwitz" t-shirt is among more than 100 people who have been arrested in relation to last week's riot at the US Capitol.The count by the Associated Press resulted from a US-wide review of court records and announcements of arrests issued by law enforcement agencies.

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The charges range from misdemeanour curfew violations in the District of Columbia to federal felonies related to the assault of law enforcement officers, theft of government property and possessing firearms and explosives.READ MOREThe hidden meanings behind the far-right hate symbols on display during the US Capitol riot

The FBI Norfolk Joint Terrorism Task Force arrested Robert Keith Packer of Newport News, Virginia, they confirmed.Packer was seen wearing a"Camp Auschwitz" t-shirt taunting Jews over the Nazi death camp was arrested Wednesday, the FBI said.He was charged with violent or disorderly conduct on the Capitol grounds and illegally entering the Capitol building, according to court documents. headtopics.com

READ MOREPictures of Packer wearing the T-shirt sparked anger and dismay throughout the Jewish community. Auschwitz was part of a vast network of death and concentration camps across Europe set up as part of Adolf Hitler's"Final Solution" of genocide targeting millions of European Jews.

The Nazis killed 1.1 million people at the Auschwitz camp alone. Read more: SBS News »

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This is some of the comments on Parler before it was taken down. They're absolute psychopaths Don't you wish you were wearing masks now? They're spelling it wrong. It should be PaidRiot! Silly man. He should have been wearing a BLM/Antifa shirt, and looted nearby businesses! He would have been hailed a hero by the media for protesting in peace! 🤷‍♂️

pretty obvious why he has that enormous beard For anyone who thinks this isn’t about white supremacy 🤔 I hope they get whoever killed that officer What a fine example of superior race - whiteness - he is! (sarcasm font) Some 'Patriot'🤨