The gold-medal-winning Olympic swimmer and famed Californian doctor protesting against blocking and vaccination as demons were among the people who attacked City Hall on Wednesday.
Klete Keller, 38, won gold twice as Michael Phelps’ relay teammate and was easily identified during the rampage.
The 6-foot-6 ‘swimmer tower above other buildings brawl with riot police beneath Capitol Rotunda, in the photo taken by Townhall journalist Julio Rosas.
He is also wearing a Team USA swim shirt.
Simone Gold was also able to identify after she held a press conference on the Supreme Court procedure in July with America̵7;s Frontline doctors, a group she formed last year to speak against government efforts to control the corona. virus
Gold’s video promoting hydroxychloroquine has been removed. But not in time for millions of people to see
Klete Keller circled in the Capitol on Wednesday.
The 38-year-old from Las Vegas is in the mob. But didn’t see the police attacking
Keller, wearing a Team USA swim jacket and standing 6’6 ‘tall, was easily spotted.
At least dozens of people in the swim said Keller after examining videos and screenshots of the riot, which showed Keller was ambushed among the crowd. But does not engage in violent behavior
Now, the Las Vegas born swimmer works as a real estate broker.
A woman who answered the phone for the Colorado and Ohio real estate agency, where Keller works, told Reuters: ‘We are not commenting anything right now,’ she hung up.
Keller is a five-time Olympic medalist, holding Australian great Ian Thorpe on the brackets of the 4x200m freestyle relay at the 2004 Athens Games to win gold for the United States.
He swam in the 2000, 2004 and 2008 Olympics.
He won two bronze, one silver and two gold medals, both of which he received as part of the 800m freestyle relay in 2004 and 2008.
He also set the American record for the 400 meter freestyle running in 2004 and the world record for the 800 meter relay in 2007, both records have been broken.
Keller is pictured collecting his bronze medal for the 400m freestyle at the 2004 Olympics.
Keller won the 4 x 200m freestyle relay swimming at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
(L-R) Klete Keller, Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte and Peter Vanderkaay of the United States showed after a new victory and world record in the men’s 4 x 200m freestyle final during the XII FINA World Championships. In Melbourne, Australia
Keller is pictured with his gold medal after the men’s 200m freestyle at the 2006 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships.
Keller tries to adjust to life after the post-2008 Olympics, according to the SwimSwam website.
He told the Olympic Channel podcast that Swimming had set high expectations for his success that gave him a ‘right’ at work and a poor worker.
Keller was part of the 2008 Olympic team.
‘I honestly say I am not a good employee for the longest time because I expect everything to come to me as easily as swimming,’ said Keller.
‘As things started going south, I lost that enthusiasm.’
In 2014 he and his wife divorced after about 10 months of being out of the car.
In an interview with USA Swimming, Keller explained that he was ineligible to visit his children for four years.
‘It was taking away the responsibility that was slowly dodged and let the little things slide every day.
‘Eventually it created the critical mass and when it created the critical mass it was the last straw to betray the camel,’ Keller told the Olympic Channel, according to SwimSwam.
He said his outlook on life was ‘steadily declining’ but he was rescued by his sister Kalyn Keller, 35, a professional swimmer who represented the United States at the Olympics. Year 2004
He worked during this time teaching swimming lessons and opened a swimming clinic.
According to the New York Times, Keller has deleted his social media accounts, many of which indicate pro-Trump messages have been sent in recent years.
Gold, 55, was one of the images in the FBI announcement released Friday.
Simone Gold, founder of America’s Frontline Doctors campaign, is at the Capitol.
Gould used the horn to shout her theories about the dangerous COVID vaccine.
The gold (circle) can be seen inside the City Hall during Wednesday’s uprising in which five people were killed.
Gold is at the center, along with other doctors protesting the COVID shutdown in the summer of 2020.
She confirmed to the Washington Post that she was the person in the picture holding a bison in the town hall grounds. But said she thought the building was open and intended to go there to give a speech.
Gould said she was concerned that photographs of her inside City Hall would distract from her support work with America’s top doctors.
‘I’m sorry to be there,’ said Gold.
In a video on social media, it was evident that Gould was making a speech during the riots. She told the newspaper that it was the same speech she made at a rally the day before the riots, in which she referred to the coronavirus vaccine as a ‘Experimental biological agent deceptively named vaccine’
Trump incited thousands of supporters to march in the town hall on Wednesday, sparking chaos where crowds raided the building and forced evacuation of both the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives.
The group took over state police departments shortly after Trump urged them to ‘fight’ on his behalf.
Police tried to suppress protesters who had been pushing into a gate at the town hall on Wednesday.
Trump supporters, who were motivated by the president, seized the City Hall on Wednesday.
Most of the maskless crowd flooded the town hall’s halls with little resistance from the police.
Congressional police officers pointed their guns at the destroyed door in the House of Commons during a joint session of Congress.
Prosecutors said the charges were just the start, with 170 cases opened.
Five people, including a police officer, died as a result of the rampage.
So far 20 people have been arrested on charges of the federal government, with prosecutors saying the numbers are rising rapidly.
Authorities have opened more than 170 subject files about people identified as potential crimes at City Hall.
The Justice Department has already charged 70 charges, and those arrested may face more serious crimes.
The FBI is tracking money, records of travel, people’s movement and communication in addition to public advice and footage and photos from the Jan. 6 scene.
Federal Attorney General Michael Sherwin in Washington, D.C., said he expected hundreds of people to be charged after the attack, and that the investigation could take months to fully understand.
Sherwin said on Tuesday that the Justice Department was focused on looking for rioters to take part in. ‘Open fights’ with police during violations
A clearer picture of what happened inside the Sherwin City Hall, namely ‘Coming into laser focus, I think in the weeks and days to come, and I think people will be in awe of the serious contact that is taking place within government agencies.’
On Sunday, he said they were investigating the respective organizations.
‘I wouldn’t be surprised if we found the loosely interconnectedness of organized and planned groups in existence,’ said Sherwin.
‘We saw some of these people we identified – they almost look like soldiers, right? You have a uniform, you have communication, you have all paraphernalia.
‘These represent relevance and command and control. So I believe we will find those strengths. ‘