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Evan Neumann, a January 6th suspect who is wanted on six criminal charges, has run to Belarus seeking political asylum.
A suspect wanted by the FBI for crimes during the January 6 incursion at the U.S. Capitol is seeking asylum in Belarus. Evan Neumann denies the charges and claims he is a victim of “political persecution.”
“It’s terrible,” Neumann, originally from Mill Valley, California, told a state-run television station in Belarus on Monday. “It is a political persecution, not a criminal investigation, but political persecution.”
“I do not consider myself having inflicted any harm,” he said. “One of the charges was particularly insulting, namely that I hit a police officer. This has no grounds at all.”
NBC reported that according to a March 23 filing in the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., Neumann is wanted on six criminal charges.
Neumann, who according to the court filing is from Mill Valley, California, said in the interview that his attorney had advised him to travel to Europe for business. Neumann said he traveled to Italy in March and then made his way to Ukraine. After some months there, he said, Ukrainian security officials started to follow him, prompting him to walk over the border into Belarus, where he was detained by border guards.
The Belarusian Foreign Ministry did not immediately respond to requests for comment about whether the government plans to grant asylum to Neumann.
The Justice Department has laid out charges against hundreds of people from nearly every state, while the House committee investigating the attack has interviewed more than 150 people and issued subpoenas to several former Trump associates.
The treatment of Jan 6th prisoners has come under serious question.
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