What were Nicholas Ochs and Nicholas DeCarlo up to? A pair from “Murder the Media” admits to taking part in the Capitol attack on January 6.

In a federal courtroom on September 9, 2021, Nicholas DeCarlo and Nicholas Ochs both of them who smashed into the Capitol on January 6, 2021, and then took a photo after destroying a door using a magical marker, which read “Murder the Media,’ pleaded guilty to their crime. Nicholas Ochs and Nicholas DeCarlo were accused of one count each of malicious destruction and assault of property owned by the government.

According to reports, Nicholas Ochs and Nicholas DeCarlo are the people responsible for the creation of the social media platform called “Murder the Media,” which is where they often live stream films to the site.

Two people who worked for an online social media platform were arrested and accused of interfering in the certification of ballots at the Capitol. They are accused of interfering with the process.

Nicholas DeCarlo and Nicholas Ochs were charged with obstruction of an official procedure that was scheduled to take place at the Capitol according to the statement released this Friday, by the District Attorney of District Attorney for the District of Columbia.

The statement read:

“Today two mentions of them the one who established The Hawaii section of Proud Boys — pleaded guilty to a felony charge over their actions during the break-in that occurred at the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021. One of them was the person who started the Hawaii section of the Proud Boys. In the wake of their actions, as well as the actions of other members an assembly of Congress that was called to decide and count the votes cast in this presidential race was tampered with.

Before attempting to strike the Capitol in the first place, President Trump Proud Boy Leader along with his co-workers attended to hear Trump address the rally.

On the 5th of January 2021 Nicholas Ochs, age 36 who was the creator of the Hawaii chapter of the Proud Boys, a right-wing group widely regarded as a hate-based organization was brought to Washington after a trip to Honolulu.

It is believed that the Proud Boys are a right-wing group widely viewed as a hate-based group. There are reports that he lived in contact with Nicholas DeCarlo, a 32-year-old friend from Texas who often live streams their films on the social media platform Murder the Media. DeCarlo is well-known as a controversial video maker.

The next day, as per reports in The Los Angeles Times, the two people held interviews with Trump-supporting fanatics at a Trump rally, and later accompanied them up to United States Capitol.

Nicholas Ochs and Nicholas DeCarlo pleaded guilty for their role in the insurrection on Jan. 6 at the U.S. Capitol. - Honolulu Civil Beat

In an interview in The Los Angeles Times, which occurred just a few days following the incident at the United States Capitol, Nicholas Ochs and Nicholas DeCarlo said that he was stopped by police before entering the Capitol however, he was allowed to go on after declaring that he was an official reporter.

In a discussion over the line with the representative of their website said the following assertion:

“One did ask us when we were going to leave, and we answered that we’ll go when we’re done reporting on it — when we’ve got our scoop,” said the reporter. On the 6th of January, a video was released showing two people throwing smoke bombs at a police line as the officers tried to stop spectators from moving into the stage area.

On Twitter, the user goes by the name of twit-creek public and shed the video which was originally shared by a different user.

After throwing dangerous items at police officers, Decarlo and Ochs entered the building in violation of The Senate Wing Doors and filmed their smokesmokingrettes in. Following that, they took a selfie and wrote their name on their Facebook channels on an article of paper.

The two men also sifted in the backpack belonging to the police officer and removed the handcuffs made of plastic from the bag.

Nicholas DeCarlo and Nicholas Ochs were detained for their involvement in violence that occurred at Capitol Hill on January 6

The two people Nicholas Ochs were able to be identified and detained through the video which was posted through their social media platforms and then shared on the internet.

The two unknowingly claimed to be responsible for the violence through a short video whichthatposted in the aftermath of the incident, to attract more followers.

Due to our attack on the Capitol, VG in Congress was stopped. We’ve been repeating it all dayloday long came here to put an end to the theft.”

On the 8th of January 2021, Nicholas Ochs was taken into custody in Honolulu following his arrest earlier in the day. Following his arrest the, account on Twitter was shut down for security reasons. DeCarlo however, on her was not able to stop talking about his role in this uprising until the time he was arrested in Ineson, Texas, on January 26, 2021.

Hawaii Proud Boys Founder Pleads Guilty To Role In Jan. 6 Riot - Honolulu Civil Beat

Nicholas Ochs and Nicholas DeCarlo will receive their sentences on the 9th of December 2022 as per the information provided in the official announcement. They could face the maximum penalty of 20 years year sail if found guilty.

In the wake of Joshua Pruitt’s verdict on August 20, 2022, the trio has admitted guilt to the charges they were charged with. Pruitt is an active member of the Proud Boys who was inducted into the group following a riot on Capitol Hill and smashed a significant sign inside the building, throwing the sign across the room, and was sentenced to four years in prison. Pruitt was inducted as an official part of the Proud Boys following the incident.


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