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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Virginia man who took part in the storming of the U.S. Capitol wearing a sweatshirt that said “Camp Auschwitz” is among a number of people arrested by the FBI over the assault, multiple media outlets reported on Tuesday. Robert Keith Parker appeared in a virtual hearing in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia on charges of unlawful entry and violent entry and disorderly conduct. Media outlets reported that Parker was the man shown in many photographs of last Wednesday’s assault on the Capitol wearing a sweatshirt emblazoned with the words “Camp Auschwitz”. The sweatshirt also bore a skull and cross bones and the words “Work Brings Freedom” - echoing the slogan in German over the gates at Auschwitz. Many of those who have been arrested were captured on video and in photos, with some bragging about their actions.
Persons: Robert Keith Parker, Parker, Donald Trump, District of Columbia Michael Sherwin, Nancy Pelosi, Muriel Bowser Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S, Capitol, Auschwitz, FBI, Eastern, of, . Media, Justice Department, Attorney, District of Columbia, Capitol Police, Washington Locations: Virginia, Auschwitz ”, U.S, of Virginia, Auschwitz, Nazi, Washington ,, New York, Washington
The man wearing a "Camp Auschwitz" shirt who was photographed at last week's deadly pro-Trump riot at the U.S. Capitol, was arrested in Virginia on Wednesday, jail records showed. Robert Keith Packer, a 56-year-old Newport News resident, was booked into Western Tidewater Regional Jail by the U.S. Robert Keith Packer wears a "Camp Auschwitz" shirt during protests at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. Sydney Cohen, a Hampton, Virginia resident, said Packer owns the vacant lot near her home. She said the man pictured in the "Camp Auschwitz" shirt and defendant's mug shot listed in Western Tidewater Regional Jail records are the same person.
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ET Capitol Riot Live Updates: One Week From Inauguration, Officials Are Preparing for Potential Violence The fallout from last week’s violence at the Capitol continues as the House is poised to impeach Trump for a second time. Many tech companies have moved to curtail President Trump online since he urged on a violent mob of his supporters at the Capitol last week. YouTube said Mr. Trump would not be able to upload new content for at least seven days to his channel, which had about 2.8 million subscribers. Twitter followed suit by permanently barring Mr. Trump’s account on its service, depriving him of his favorite social media platform, where he had 88 million followers. Other sites such as Snapchat, Reddit and Twitch also curtailed Mr. Trump.
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ET Capitol Riot Live Updates: Acting Attorney General Vows Peaceful Transfer of Power in First Appearance Since Attack The fallout from last week’s violence at the Capitol continued as the Army secretary announced that the inauguration would be secured by armed National Guard members. Many tech companies have moved to curtail President Trump online since he urged on a violent mob of his supporters at the Capitol last week. YouTube said Mr. Trump would not be able to upload new content for at least seven days to his channel, which had about 2.8 million subscribers. Other sites such as Snapchat, Reddit and Twitch also curtailed Mr. Trump. Mr. Johnson, first elected in 2010, has not confirmed that he will seek a third term in 2022.
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ET Capitol Riot Live Updates: Trump Urges No Violence or Vandalism at Planned Demonstrations The fallout from last week’s attack on the Capitol continued as the Army secretary announced that the inauguration would be secured by armed National Guard members. “In lights of reports of more demonstrations, I urge that there must be NO violence, NO lawbreaking and NO vandalism of any kind,” Mr. Trump said. For President Trump, the past week has included a flurry of rebukes from businesses and once-loyal politicians. A majority of House members vote to impeach. Mayor Bill de Blasio said New York City is ending its contracts with the Trump Organization after the deadly riot incited by President Trump at the U.S. Capitol.
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New York (CNN) Etsy removed a "Camp Auschwitz" t-shirt from its website after a rioter was spotted wearing a shirt with the same message during the US Capitol siege. "Items that glorify hate or violence have no place on Etsy and we are committed to keeping our marketplace safe," the spokesperson said. offensive and hate-inciting item, saying, "@Etsy, Please remove this. The Auschwitz Memorial tweeted a photograph of theoffensive and hate-inciting item, saying, "@Etsy, Please remove this. It is painful to Survivors and disrespectful to the memory of all victims of Auschwitz."
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Amid the Rampage at the U.S. Capitol, a Sweatshirt Stirs Troubling Memories
  + stars: | 2021-01-08 | by ( Melissa Eddy | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.95   time to read: +1 min
BERLIN — Of all the upsetting images broadcast around the world as a violent mob overran the United States Capitol in Washington, the one that particularly distressed Dr. Eva Umlauf, 78, a pediatrician and psychotherapist who survived Auschwitz as a toddler, was of a bearded man wearing a black hoodie emblazoned with “Camp Auschwitz.”“I couldn’t believe what I was seeing,” Dr. Umlauf said. “It really broke a taboo. I never would have believed that was possible from Americans.”That image made its rounds through social media and was pointed out in newspapers from Britain to Germany to Poland as an example of who was in the mob that rampaged through the Capitol on Wednesday, and what they thought about a place considered by many as a symbol of a low point for humanity. It had particular resonance as anti-Semitism and far-right nationalism are on the rise worldwide. And for people who survived the Nazi death camp like Dr. Umlauf, there was added pain with the realization that later generations may not have learned the lessons of the Holocaust.
Persons: Eva Umlauf, Camp, , Umlauf Organizations: United States Capitol, Capitol Locations: Washington, Camp Auschwitz, Britain, Germany, Poland
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