HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – A Hollywood man has been indicted on multiple charges in connection with the Jan. 6 insurrection in Washington, D.C., News 6 partner Local 10 News reports.
According to his detention order, Richard Harris, 40, was “on the leading edge of a group that successfully breached a manned barrier inside the Capitol building.”
Prosecutors said they have multiple photos of Harris as evidence, including one where he is unmasked with his arm raised while speaking to a police officer. In another, he is holding a telephone inside the Capitol.
According to the detention order, Harris told the officer in the first photo that police were outnumbered and that there are “a (expletive) million of us out there,” and that they were “listening to Trump.”
Prosecutors said the officer feared for his safety and stepped aside, allowing the mob to enter the Capitol.
Prosecutors said Harris was captured on video inside the Capitol asking where Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi was and saying, “We’re coming for you, you (expletive).”